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February 28, 2015 - April 28, 2015

  

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Centrally Controlled Classrooms Assigned & Schedule of Classes Changes Accepted (2157) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

During this period:

1) Centrally controlled classroom assignments are posted in ISIS, and a printout is emailed to departments. Review assignments carefully. If you were not assigned a classroom, contact Academic Scheduling immediately.

2) You may contact Academic Scheduling to request changes to the Fall 2015 Schedule of Classes. A Course Term Update Form is not required, because the shopping cart is not viewable.
Genders’ Future Tense two-day conference showcases emerging work (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 5:30 PM

Genders’ Future Tense two-day conference showcases emerging work

Genders’ Future Tense conference features four 45-minute addresses on each of two days, followed by roundtable discussions, film screenings, and performances. The conference seeks to address the pasts and possible futures of “genders” as an analytical tool in itself, as well as one that invariably finds expression through a labile nexus of allied categories. The conference is scheduled to coincide with the relaunching of the respected journal GENDERS that was started by Ann Kibbey in 1987, and which will now be co-edited by Karen Jacobs and Judith Roof. The new GENDERS aims to revitalize the discussion of genders inside and outside of the academy. It will showcase new and emerging work on genders in animal studies; disability studies; literature and the arts; new materialisms; political philosophy; popular culture and cultural studies; postcolonial studies and transnationalism; race, class, and ethnicity; science studies; and sexuality studies. 

Event Information and Schedule

February 27-28 2015
Norlin Library, M549
(Cancelled) Environmental Engineering Seminar (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 12:00 PM

Title: Environmental Sustainability: The Role of Fuel Type on Soot Oxidation and Potential Health Implications.

This week's speaker will be JoAnn Lighty, CBET Director, NSF and University of Utah
Event Image CUBASGA Graduate Student Conference
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

The annual CUBASGA conference is a two-day event (Feb 27-28) that brings together graduate students from Boulder and other schools to share graduate-level research on various aspects of East Asian Civilizations. Two key note speakers, Professor Ding Xiang Warner from Cornell and Professor Michael Emmerich from UCLA, will be present through all panels.
Event Image Lessons From Abroad: Free Study Abroad Reentry Conference
9:00 AM - 4:45 PM

You've just returned from studying abroad, and you're probably trying to figure out what's next. Join other study abroad returnees from all over the Rocky Mountain region for a day of discussion and workshops to learn how to apply your overseas experience now that you're back. Saturday, February 28, 2015 Regis University - Denver, Colorado - 9:00 am - 4:45 pm
http://www.lessonsfromabroad.org/rockymountain/ 
Event Image Family Engineering Day!
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Our second annual Family Engineering Day Benefit event is approaching! Bring the kids and join us as we celebrate Engineering Week. This open-house event will feature hands-on engineering design stations and a sneak peek at some of our 2015 summer camps! Although this event is free, we are suggesting a $10 donation per family to support our summer camp scholarship fund. As an added bonus,Etai’s Bakery Cafe, formerly known as Udi’s, will be selling select breakfast/lunch items. Join us for a fun-filled day!
Event Image Genders' Future Tense
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Genders’ Future Tense conference features four 45-minute addresses on each of two days, followed by roundtable discussions, film screenings, and performances. The conference seeks to address the pasts and possible futures of “genders” as an analytical tool in itself, as well as one that invariably finds expression through a labile nexus of allied categories. The conference is scheduled to coincide with the relaunching of the respected journal GENDERS that was started by Ann Kibbey in 1987, and which will now be co-edited by Karen Jacobs and Judith Roof. The new GENDERS aims to revitalize the discussion of genders inside and outside of the academy. It will showcase new and emerging work on genders in animal studies; disability studies; literature and the arts; new materialisms; political philosophy; popular culture and cultural studies; postcolonial studies and transnationalism; race, class, and ethnicity; science studies; and sexuality studies.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image CU on the Weekend: Healthy Aging, Optimal Longevity and Cardiovascular Health
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Join Douglas Seals, director of the Integrative Physiology of Aging Laboratory, and Thomas LaRocca, instructor of integrative physiology, for a discussion about aging in Colorado and beyond. Together, they will focus on the concept that defines optimization of physiological function throughout the lifespan as a major emphasis of contemporary biomedical policy to combat global aging. Seals and LaRocca will explain the importance of adopting healthy lifestyle behaviors to improve arterial health and combat cardiovascular disease and aging.
Event Image Middle School and High School Honor Bands
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

  
Event Image SASA Show 2015
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

South Asian Student Association Presents:
The 8th Annual SASA Show

Hosted By:
Left Right Tim

Featuring a night of cultural performances, comedy, and food!

Rec Center Lower Gym on Sat. Feb 28 2015 @ 5:30 p.m.

SASA Show is a student led cultural program featuring South Asian foods and performances to promote South Asian culture on the CU Campus.

Event Image Extreme Bowling Saturday Nights
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Friday & Saturday Nights
7 pm - Close

Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It's the ONLY Extreme Bowling you'll find in Boulder - and it's fun for everyone!

Win prizes for Color Head Pin Strikes!! Note: must tell the Connection Staff before bowling.

2015 DATES:
Fridays and Saturdays
Closed March 27

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Event Image Frank Fainer, baritone, undergraduate recital
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Rossini, Schubert, Donaudy and Copland

Event Image Giant Musical Fantasia
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

New concert by the Boulder Laptop Orchestra (BLOrk)

 

7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28

ATLAS Black Box theater, basement level B2

Free and open to the public

 

Enjoy musical works spanning centuries. Featuring 12th century composer Hildegard of Bingen, contemporary pieces, a traditional Turkish folk song and German work. Instruments include: oboe, viola da gamba, clarinet, saxophone, guitars, laptops and iPads.

 

Event Image The Sieve of all Parts
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Traversing the inner landscape.

In this solo performance, MFA Dance candidate Mandy Greenlee explores her inner physical landscape to unveil a world of characters that emerge from her heart, ovaries and other organs to illuminate ideas of separation — from the self, the body and one another. Juxtaposing humor and intensity, sacred and profane, the piece calls dancer and audience into a heightened relationship to the body.

Sunday, March 01, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Centrally Controlled Classrooms Assigned & Schedule of Classes Changes Accepted (2157) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

During this period:

1) Centrally controlled classroom assignments are posted in ISIS, and a printout is emailed to departments. Review assignments carefully. If you were not assigned a classroom, contact Academic Scheduling immediately.

2) You may contact Academic Scheduling to request changes to the Fall 2015 Schedule of Classes. A Course Term Update Form is not required, because the shopping cart is not viewable.
Event Image Important Financial Aid & Scholarship Deadlines
All Day

CU-Boulder Scholarship Application Deadline
The 2015-2016 CU-Boulder Scholarship Application closes at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 1. For more information about this scholarship application, visit http://www.colorado.edu/scholarships/cuboulder-scholarship-app.

If you are applying for need-based scholarships, you should submit your FAFSA by March 1 too!

2015-2016 FAFSA Priority Consideration Deadline
March 1 is the recommended deadline to complete the FAFSA application (www.fafsa.ed.gov) for priority consideration. CU-Boulder will continue to offer financial aid after March 1, if it is available.

Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Brianne Borden, trumpet, graduate recital
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Stephenson, Vivaldi, Gregson, Haydn and Bellstedt 
Event Image Guest Recital: Lawrence Power, viola and Simon Crawford-Phillips, piano
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Bowen, Schumann, Schostakovich, Borisovsky, Britten and Prokofiev
Event Image BM Senior Recital: Danielle Heath, violin
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Sibelius, Chopin and Prokofiev
Event Image Master class: Lawrence Power, viola
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

  
Event Image Sunday Bowling Leagues
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Early & Late Bowling Leagues
Get your team together and sign up for a league! You need 4 team members for the Early League and only 2 team members for the Late League.

SIGN UP IN JANUARY 
to start February 8th. This is a fantastic value! Lots of fun and a great way to stay connected with friends or meet new people.

Sunday Early League: 6pm - 8:30pm
Sunday Late League: 8:30pm - 10:30pm

2015 DATES:

Leagues run Sundays, February 8 - April 26, 2015
(No leagues on March 22 and March 29)

Click here for the league packet with details and forms.

Questions? Email or call us at theconnection@colorado.edu or 303.735.BOWL (2695)
Event Image BME/BM Junior Recital: Mason Jackson, trombone and Brandon Bird, trombone
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Lassen, Bozza, Naulais, Sanders and White

Monday, March 02, 2015

CU Breaking Club open practice


Free open practice session for any CU Students interested in learning how to Breakdance. All levels welcome! Block 1750: 1750 30th St, Boulder.
Check for unposted Feb journals
All Day

Correct, approve or delete
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Centrally Controlled Classrooms Assigned & Schedule of Classes Changes Accepted (2157) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

During this period:

1) Centrally controlled classroom assignments are posted in ISIS, and a printout is emailed to departments. Review assignments carefully. If you were not assigned a classroom, contact Academic Scheduling immediately.

2) You may contact Academic Scheduling to request changes to the Fall 2015 Schedule of Classes. A Course Term Update Form is not required, because the shopping cart is not viewable.
Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Colorado Press Association
All Day

The Denver Foundation and the Colorado Press Association award $1,500 scholarships to Colorado high school seniors who have been active and held leadership positions in their high school's newspaper, media club, or yearbook.

Applicants must submit a resume, transcripts, essays, three writing samples and a reference.

For more information and to apply visit: https://denverfoundation.academicworks.com/opportunities/8

Deadline to apply: March 2, 2015

Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Glenn Miller Scholarship Competition
All Day

The Glenn Miller Birthplace Society awards multiple $1,000 to $4,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors and first year college students who intend to make music a central part of their future.

Applicants must submit an application, audition CD, and an essay

For more information and to apply email gmbs@glennmiller.org for an application.

Deadline to apply: March 2, 2015

Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Journalism/Media Scholarship
All Day

The Denver Foundation and the Colorado Press Association awards several $2,500 scholarships to undergraduate journalism and media studies students who will be juniors or seniors next year.

Applicants must submit a resume, transcripts, essays, three writing samples and references.

For more information and to apply visit: http://www.denverfoundation.org/grants/page/scholarships-for-college-students

Deadline to apply: March 2, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Cognitive Lunch Series
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

MUEN E214
12:00 - 1:00 PM

Speaker: Andrew Reineberg, CU Boulder

Topic: TBA
Event Image Reflections on Jewish Renewal in the Post-Zalman Era: Public Colloquium with Shaul Magid
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Join the Program in Jewish Studies for a special public colloquium with renowned scholar, Shaul Magid.

Reflections on Jewish Renewal in the Post-Zalman Era

Public Colloquium with Shaul Magid

Monday, March 2 @ 12:00PM - 1:30PM

Free and open to the public

Space is limited. Please RSVP to CUJewishStudies@colorado.edu for location and pre-circulated reading.

In the present moment, as we mourn the recent passing of Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi and reflect back on his brilliant contributions to the Jewish Renewal movement, we are also looking forward and wondering what the future holds. Will the revolutionary qualities of Jewish Renewal prove vibrant and lasting, or will this attempt to make a seismic break from the past eventually sink into an abyss of disappointment, as have so many other attempts to usher in radical transformation? A hundred years from now, what will historians see as Jewish Renewal’s lasting contribution to the revival of Judaism in the twenty-first century? Will it be seen merely as an umbrella movement that grew out of the Chavurah movement in the early 1970s, when Judaism met the New Age in the generation of the counterculture? What can maximize the success of this attempt to jump ahead of history, to view our world as containing the possibility of a leap forward, a paradigm shift?

In this colloquium, Shaul Magid will discuss the future of Jewish Renewal in light of its paradigm-shifting, radically new approach to Jewish metaphysics.

Shaul Magid is a professor in the Department of Religious Studies and the Jay and Jeannie Schottenstein Chair, Jewish Studies in Modern Judaism at Indiana University, Bloomington. His teaching focuses primarily on Kabbala, Hasidism, Judaism and gender, Israel/Palestine, and American Jewish thought and culture. His areas of interest and research include sixteenth century Kabbala, Hasidism, American Judaism, and contemporary conceptions of Jewish religiosity.

Magid is the editor of God's Voice from the Void: Old and New Essays on Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav (SUNY Press, 2001), co-editor of Beginning Again: Toward a Hermeneutic of Jewish Texts (Seven Bridges Press, 2002) and author of Hasidism on the Margin: Reconciliation, Antinomianism, and Messianism in Izbica and Radzin Hasidism (University of Wisconsin Press, 2003) and American Post-Judaism: Identity and Renewal in a Postethnic Society (Indiana University Press, 2013). His book From Metaphysics to Midrash: Myth, History, and The Interpretation of Scripture in Lurianic Kabbala (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2008) was awarded the 2008 American Academy of Religion Award for best book in religion in the textual studies category. His most recent book is entitled Hasidism Incarnate: Hasidism, Christianity, and the Construction of Judaism (Stanford University Press, 2014). Magid is the series editor for "Post-Rabbinic Judaisms" for Academic Studies Press, and a regular contributor to Tikkun MagazineZeek MagazineReligion Dispatches, and Occasional Religion.

Swedish 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Swedish 2020
Event Image I Love Mondays
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Join us every Monday for a free activity that will be sure to cure your case of the Mondays. Activities include tie-dye, cookie decorating, a live dj, pumpkin painting, build-a-bear workshops, and more! The event is always free and a great way to get your week started.

To learn each week's activity, visit www.colorado.edu/umc/mondays 
Event Image Master class: Simon Crawford-Phillips, piano
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

  
Event Image Musicology Colloquium: Kris Shaffer, University of Colorado
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Kris Shaffer, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

"The Public Intellectual: Maintaining an Online Scholarly Presence"
Event Image Master class: Lawrence Power, viola
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

  
Event Image Menken Distinguished Lecture
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

“Four Billion More People but Fewer Children: The Peculiar Demography of the 21st Century and its Economic Implications” presentation by Dr, David Lam Professor of Economics Population Studies Center University of Michigan The second annual Jane Menken Distinguished Lecture presented by the CU Population Center and the Institute of Behavioral Science.

Abstract: According to U.N. projections, world population will increase by 4 billion people – from 7 billion to 11 billion – between 2010 and 2100. Can the world support another 4 billion people? To answer this question it is useful to look back at the period 1960-2010, when the world also added 4 billion people. There are important demographic differences between 21st-century population growth and 20th-century population growth. One of the most intriguing is that the number of children age 0-4 in 2100 is projected to be smaller than the number of children in 2010, in spite of the additional 4 billion people. While 20th-century population growth was dominated by growth in the number of children, 21st-century population growth will be dominated by growth of older age groups. This lecture will discuss how it is possible to add 4 billion people to the world without adding any more children. It will also discuss the economic implications of this unusual pattern of population growth. While earlier population growth led to increased demand for schools and put pressure on youth unemployment, 21st century population growth will put pressure on the labor market for older workers and on support systems for the elderly. The lecture will also look at large regional differences in these patterns. While population growth will slow dramatically in most regions, sub-Saharan Africa will continue to experience rapid population growth and increasing numbers of children and youth. Africa will also experience an increase in the proportion of its population in working ages, however, potentially an important positive factor in African economic growth.
Event Image Department Colloquium
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Colloquium
 
Monday, March 2nd
 
Muenzinger Psychology Building
 
Room E214 - 4pm
 
Zoe Donaldson
Talk title:  Functional variation in neuromodulatory genes as a source of behavioral diversity

Abstract: Evolutionarily ancient neuromodulatory systems play an important role in mood and behavior. Variation in these systems is thought to contribute to inter- and intra-species behavioral diversity and differences in susceptibility to mental illness in humans. In order to elucidate the contribution of genetic variation in neuromodulatory genes to behavioral diversity, I have focused on two candidate genes: the vasopressin V1a receptor, which plays a major role in social behavior, and the serotonin 1a receptor, which modulates anxiety and stress-related behaviors.

Variation in repetitive elements in the promoter of the V1a receptor gene have been associated with both individual and species level differences in receptor expression and social behavior in voles. I demonstrated that these variants directly contribute to differences in gene expression and behavior by creating transgenic mice carrying different versions of this repetitive element. The highly mutable nature of repetitive DNA elements may thus represent an evolutionary mechanism for generating sociobehavioral diversity.

Within the serotonin 1a receptor system, a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in the gene promoter has been linked to differences both in depression risk and anti-depressant responsiveness in humans. Using a combination of epidemiological and post-mortem approaches in humans, I found that this SNP has region-specific and developmental impacts on gene expression and is associated with increased risk for psychiatric hospitalization. To further pursue the functional effects of this SNP across the life course, I have created a humanized mouse model of this SNP, which will be a major focus of future research.

Portuguese Table
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Portuguese Table
Marcelo
Russian 1
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Russian 1
ALTEC
Galina
Event Image Teen playwriting class: writing a 10-minute play (ages 14-18)
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

This class will take us through the process of writing a play. Starting with writing exercises to help us learn about how a play works, we will compose, collaboratively workshop, revise and then perform a staged reading of our own 10-minute plays. Beyond our writing, we will also discuss playwriting in the American theatre. What do playwrights do? How do new plays get produced? The class will also be given the opportunity to submit their plays to national young playwrights contests.

Teacher: Sarah Johnson

Classes will be held at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival Cottage at 1301 Grandview Ave. near CU-Boulder.
FREE Trainer Time: All About The Stregnth
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Come join us for Trainer Time: All About The Strength on Monday, March 2 from 6-6:30pm in Studio 4.  This is a power workout that highlights strength using sand bells, medicine balls, and hand weights. Class is free for all Rec Center members.
Event Image Monday Night Bowl
6:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Mondays, 6pm-close
$8 per person for 2 hours unlimited bowling. Shoes and a fountain drink included.
Come alone, with friends and/or family and have fun! This is the best deal!

2015 DATES:
Mondays January 12 - April 27.
(Check back for summer hours.)
Not offered on Monday, January 19, due to 6pm closure for holiday, and Monday, March 3, during CU Spring Break.

The Connection Bowling Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection 
Event Image Concert Band
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  

Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Centrally Controlled Classrooms Assigned & Schedule of Classes Changes Accepted (2157) (Multi-Day Event)
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During this period:

1) Centrally controlled classroom assignments are posted in ISIS, and a printout is emailed to departments. Review assignments carefully. If you were not assigned a classroom, contact Academic Scheduling immediately.

2) You may contact Academic Scheduling to request changes to the Fall 2015 Schedule of Classes. A Course Term Update Form is not required, because the shopping cart is not viewable.
Finance System Campus Close for Feb 2015 - 6:00 pm
All Day

Reminder: please do not create, validate or approve Jan JEs and PETs after 6:00 pm today
Gift Expenditure cut-off to make the March 6 CUF wire transfer
All Day

Gift expenditures due
Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Gilman Study Abroad Scholarships
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The Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship is a federally funded scholarship awarded to Pell Grant recipients who study abroad.  Students must study abroad for a minimum of four weeks in one country and awards offered are up to $5,000.

Applicants must be Pell Grant recipients and maintain a minimum 2.4 GPA.

Info sessions: Learn about the Gilman Scholarship application process and tips for a successful application at an info session.

  • Fleming Building room 244 on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 4-5 pm.
  • Center for Community (C4C) room S350 on Thursday, Feb. 12, 12:30 - 1:30 pm.

For more information and to apply visit: https://studyabroad.colorado.edu/_customtags/ct_FileRetrieve.cfm?File_ID=42127

Deadline to Apply: March 3, 2015

Event Image Time Collection Due
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Off-Campus time collection is due March 3, 2015 for pay period February 15, 2015 - February 28, 2015. The pay date is March 13, 2015.

On-Campus time collection is due March 5, 2015 for pay period February 15, 2015 - February 28, 2015. The pay date is March 13, 2015.

Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Edwige Simon
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Edwige Simon
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Technology Workshops: Big Data and How it Affects Your Teaching
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


Big Data and How it Affects Your Teaching

Mark Werner, Associate Director, Academic Technology Strategy and Support and Kate Allison, Coordinator for Assessment and Learning Analytics, OIT

In this session we describe the emerging field of learning analytics, how it is used on campus, and how you can employ it in your teaching.
DILS Tibetan
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

DILS Tibetan
Eben Yonnettr
Let’s Talk Tuesdays: Academic Skills Walk Ins!
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

(Held in Fleming 190)  Confidential and personal. Let us help you identify obstacles; work out a plan of action. All questions, in any major or academic area are welcomed.
CS Colloquium: Jan Hoffman (Yale)
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Formal Reasoning About Quantitative Properties of Software

ABSTRACT: Quantitative properties such as execution time, memory consumption, and power usage determine whether a software system is useful in practice. A precise understanding of quantitative properties of software is also essential to ensure safety (e.g., no stack overflow) and security (e.g., no side-channel vulnerabilities). Yet, it is still hard to reason about quantitative characteristics of software at development time.In this talk, Hoffman will present novel techniques for modeling and analyzing quantitative properties of software. These techniques are designed to meet two major challenges of quantitative analyses: precision and compositionality.

First, he will present polynomial amortized resource analysis (PARA); a static analysis system for automatically deriving worst-case resource bounds which are parametric in the input sizes of programs. The analysis can be integrated in a type system (for functional programs) or a Hoare logic (for imperative programs). A novel algebraic structure, which we call multivariate resource polynomials, enables the reduction of bound inference to efficient LP solving. PARA is naturally compositional and derives bounds for a wide range of non-trivial programs. Experiments with implementations of PARA in the programming language Resource Aware ML and in the tool C4B for C programs demonstrate that the analysis is precise, efficient, and reliable. Second, Hoffman will briefly describe two applications of the ideas of PARA to real-world problems: (1) a quantitative reasoning technique for proving lock freedom of concurrent data structures and (2) a framework for deriving formally verified stack-space bounds for compiled x86 assembly code at the C level. Finally, he will talk about future projects that use quantitative methods to reason about privacy and security.

BIO: Jan Hoffmann is an Associate Research Scientist in Zhong Shao's group at Yale University. His research interests are in the intersection of programming languages and formal methods with a focus on quantitative properties of software. He is known for his work on automatic static cost analysis of programs and the design and implementation of Resource Aware ML.
Event Image Buff Talks: Non-Profits
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Buff Talks: Non-Profits - Tuesday, March 3, 4-6pm C4C Abrams.

Be empowered. Explore careers in non-profits from experts in the non-profit field. Learn from panelists about their career paths and how to get involved. This is a great opportunity to meet with local non-profit executives and discover the benefits of working at a non-profit.

Panelists include:

Anne Tapp, Executive Director at Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN).
Hana Dansky, Executive Director at Boulder Food Rescue.
Shari Leach, Executive Director, Women's Wilderness Institute.

This is great preparation for Careers for a Cause, a career fair for those interested in non-profits and other social responsible careers.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 4-6:30pm
Naropa Performing Arts Center

Event Image Buff Talks: Non-Profits
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Buff Talks: Non-Profits - Tuesday, March 3, 4-6pm C4C Abrams.
Be empowered. Explore careers in non-profits from experts in the non-profit field. Learn from panelists about their career paths and how to get involved. 

Anne Tapp, Executive Director at Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN).
Hana Dansky, Executive Director at Boulder Food Rescue.
Shari Leach, Executive Director, Women's Wilderness Institute.
Britta Robinson, Executive Director, A Precious Child.

This is great preparation for Careers for a Cause, a career fair for those interested in non-profits and other social responsible careers.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 4-6:30pm
Naropa Performing Arts Center

This event is sponsored by CU Career Services.

Event Image Neuroscience Seminar Series
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday, March 3rd

CU-Boulder – Interdepartmental Neuroscience Seminar Series

Gold Auditorium (MCDB) A2B70, 4 pm

Irving Kirsch, Lecturer on Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Associate Director of the Program in Placebo Studies

 Talk title: The Emperor’s New Drugs: Antidepressants and the Placebo Effect

Abstract: Antidepressants are supposed to work by fixing a chemical imbalance, specifically, a lack of serotonin in the brain.  But analyses of the published and the unpublished data that were hidden by the drug companies reveals that most (if not all) of the benefits are due to the placebo effect. Some antidepressants increase serotonin levels, some decrease serotonin, and some have no effect at all on serotonin.  Nevertheless, they all show the same therapeutic benefit.  Instead of curing depression, popular antidepressants may induce a biological vulnerability making people more likely to become depressed in the future.  Other treatments (e.g., psychotherapy and physical exercise) produce the same short term benefits as antidepressants, show better long term effectiveness, and do so without the side effects and health risks of the drugs. 

(For additional information, please contact Linda Watkins at: linda.watkins@colorado.edu)

Event Image TIGER 1 Workshops: We Are All Learners: Applying Democratic Education in the Classroom
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM


We Are All Learners: Applying Democratic Education in the Classroom
Michael Skirpan, PhD Candidate, Computer Science

The most important thing we can inspire in our students is an excitement for the subject. In this workshop, we’ll look at how democratic education works and how it can be applied in a different classroom environments. The goal will be to discover teaching dynamics that create spaces where students feel more motivated and engaged, and instructors act as facilitators rather than dictators.
Walk in Study help at Norlin Commons! Tips, talk, and tricks! (Student to Student Series)
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

A tutor will be there to answer your questions every Tuesday from 4-6. Held in Norlin Commons, Rm 1- E117B (yellow room).
Event Image Shakespeare’s Lost Play (ages 12-18)
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

We know Shakespeare wrote a play called Cardenio, and we know that his company performed it; we just don’t know what happened to the play. People have been searching for traces of this lost play for hundreds of years, but nobody really knows for sure what it really might have looked like. That’s all about to change. As a class, we will use some of the evidence that we do have about Cardenio and knowledge about how Shakespeare wrote characters and plot to recreate the lost play. This is a class where you will be working on your feet, creating the scenes and performing the characters that will make up our play. At the end of the class, you will perform our version of Cardenio, complete with costumes and props designed by the class.

Teachers: Kaily Anderson and Sarah Johnson 
Event Image Study Ecology & Evolution in the Galápagos Islands - Winter 2015-2016 Study Abroad Program
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Study ecology and conservation in one of the most biologically diverse locations on the planet: the Galápagos Islands! Obtain hands-on experience in principles and practice of ecology and conservation biology. Also included is a visit to the Bellavista Cloud Forest, a rare and endangered ecosystem in Ecuador. Earn 3 upper-division EBIO credits with course hours in the fall and then on-site next winter break. Join us to learn more: Tuesday, March 3, 4:30 p.m., Center for Community, N215.
http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=GalapagosGS

Event Image Branch Out
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Branch Out is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs. Branch Out aims to serve the student body with engaging, culturally educational programming. Events are held every Tuesday at 5:00 pm and range from cooking, dance classes, film screening and crafts. These events offer a more interactive way for students to engage in diversity programs and provide a way for students to learn about other cultures.
Event Image Global Seminar: Leading & Managing Across Cultures in Northern Europe
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Study in Northern Europe next summer! Leading and managing diversity in international business is a challenge that managers need to face. The number of interactions that people of different cultural backgrounds have with one another has exponentially increased in the work place. The international business scenario in Northern Europe is a natural lab where you can observe, recognize, and analyze most of the business concepts and variables at play to manage successfully across cultures. Learn more: Tues. March 3rd, 2015; UMC 335 from 5-6 pm.
http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=NorthernEuropeGS
Nancy Bocanegra
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Nancy Bocanegra
Visiting Artist Lecture: Nicole Cherubini
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Nicole Cherubini Tuesday, March 3 at 6:30 pm VAC 1B20, CU-Boulder Education
2002 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME
1996 – 1998 MFA, Visual Arts: New York University, NY, NY
1990 – 1993 BFA, Ceramics: Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI Informed by Baroque as well as Minimalist tendencies, Nicole Cherubini’s recent sculptures reveal her investigation of nonhierarchical space through a diversity of materials, both rich with texture and geometrically shaped. By juxtaposing clay- including terra-cotta, porcelain, stoneware, and white earthenware- along with wood, MDF, and other found objects, her work vies with notions of support and structure, labor and function, movement and time. Her process has an affinity towards physical space, form, and material, and is deeply embedded in the concept of an egalitarian use of elements, whether an object or a corporeal act. This event is part of the Visiting Artist Program We would like to thank our students for making this program possible with funding from Art and Art History Student Activities Fees.
Event Image An Evening with Buzz Aldrin
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

The Distinguished Speakers Board is pleased to announce that Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 lunar module pilot and Gemini 12 pilot, will be speaking on Tuesday, March 3, at CU-Boulder’s Macky Auditorium. Doors for the event will open at 6:45pm, and Aldrin will begin speaking at 7:30pm.

On July 20, 1969, millions of Americans held their breath and watched with awe and pride as Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong made history as the first two humans to set foot on the moon. Since retiring from NASA, the Air Force, and his position as Commander of the Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base, Dr. Aldrin has remained at the forefront of efforts to ensure a continued leading role for America in manned space exploration. 2008 marked NASA's 50th Anniversary, while 2014 served as the 45th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. He was been presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom, amongst over 50 other distinguished awards and medals from the United States and numerous other countries.

All tickets for the event will go on sale February 16. Tickets will cost $2.00 for CU-Boulder Students with a valid Buff OneCard and $15.00 for community members. Student tickets will be available on the first floor of the University Memorial Center at the Distinguished Speakers Board Table, Monday through Friday, 10:30am to 3:00pm. Community tickets will be available online at http://macky.colorado.edu.

The Distinguished Speakers Board is a student-run cost center of the CU Student Government with the mission to bring the world’s greatest minds to the CU Boulder campus. For more information please visit http://CUdsb.org.

For more information about the event, or event accommodations, please contact the Distinguished Speakers Board at DSBchair@gmail.com or visit
http://facebook.com/CUdsb.

Event Image Faculty Tuesday: Robert Spillman, piano
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  

Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Listings Available via MyCUInfo
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Feb allocations run and Finance System Closes
All Day

Please do not create, validate, or approve any Feb journals today. All unposted Feb journals will be deleted starting at 10:00 a.m. Departments have until 10:00 a.m. to ocpy them into the next period.
Event Image Summer 2015 Registration Available for Continuing Degree Students (By Assigned Appointment)
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Check MyCUInfo for enrollment appointment. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible after their enrollment appointment begins. See Summer Session for more information.
Event Image Fall 2015 Shopping Cart Available (2157)
8:00 AM - 8:00 AM

The Fall 2015 shopping cart is available for student view. A Course Term Update Form is now required for changes to the Fall 2015 Schedule of Classes.
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Hydrologic Sciences & Water Resources Engineering Seminar
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This week's seminar will feature Srijita Jana, PhD candidate in civil, environmental and architectural engineering at CU-Boulder. 
TAM Information Sessions
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The ATLAS Institute will be hosting a series of information sessions on the Technology, Arts, and Media program.

Interested in the TAM program and adding computing and creative technologies to your major? Come to an upcoming Info Session to learn about TAM and how to sign up for classes for the Fall.

Additional info on the website: http://tam.colorado.edu

 2/18 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

2/25 12-1pm in ATLS 200

 3/4 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200  

3/9 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

3/11 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

3/18 @ 10-11am in ATLS 200

 4/1 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

4/8 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

4/13 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

4/15 @ 1-2pm in ATLS 200

If you have any questions, please contact cuatlas@colorado.edu. 

EPSY Seminar
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM

Education RM. 334
Event Image Haiku Deck : Norlin Learners Lunch
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Just can't bring yourself to create yet another PowerPoint slidedeck? Give your presentations a shot of creativity and break out of the traditional approach to building slides with Haiku Deck. Haiku Deck is a software tool for the web and mobile devices that can help you quickly build visual presentations to tell your stories. Join us to learn more about this free tool and a different approach to your presentations.
Event Image Using Qualtrics Survey Tools for Teaching and Research : Learners Lunch @ Music
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Have you ever needed to gather information from a large group of people, but don't want to spend time collecting and counting paper response forms? This session will demonstrate the use of Qualtrics, a powerful online survey suite available free to all CU faculty, staff, and students. Qualtrics is an internet-based tool for creating and deploying surveys via website links or email. Users can create surveys with a wide range of question types, collect and track detailed data from respondents, and analyze data with built-in reporting tools, all through a browser interface with no additional software to install. Instructors and program leaders can use Qualtrics to collect information quickly from large groups of people, and researchers can use it to easily gather large datasets for analysis. Please feel free to bring your Mac or PC laptop to explore along with Qualtrics features demonstrated during this session. David Rickels
Making the Grade: Transitioning between Taking Lower Division and Upper Division Tests
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 150)  Have you found that using the same strategies for your upper division courses that you used in lower division courses just doesn't do the job for you? Come in to learn how to UPGRADE your studying; what adjustments really work!
Swedish 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Swedish 2020
Teacher Ed. Meeting
1:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Education RM. 231
Event Image Industry Exploration Fair
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Unsure about what a career in your area of emphasis might look like? Looking for an internship? Attend this event to meet with employers and gain an understanding of what a career in your area of emphasis might look like. This is a casual career fair, perfect for first-years and sophomores still deciding on what to do! We will have over 10 companies in attendance from a variety of industries to give you insights into their career opportunities. 
CS Colloquium: Dick Sites (Google)
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Data Center Computers: Modern Challenges in CPU Design

ABSTRACT: Computers used as datacenter servers have usage patterns that differ substantially from those of desktop or laptop computers. Sites will discuss four key differences in usage and their first-order implications for designing computers that are particularly well-suited as servers: data movement, thousands of transactions per second, program isolation, and measurement underpinnings.

Maintaining high-bandwidth data movement requires coordinated design decisions throughout the memory system, instruction-issue system, and even instruction set. Serving thousands of transactions per second requires continuous attention to all sources of delay – causes of long-latency transactions. Unrelated programs running on shared hardware produce delay through undesired interference; isolating programs from one another needs further hardware help. And finally, when running datacenter servers as a business it is vital to be able to observe and hence decrease inefficiencies across dozens of layers of software and thousands of interacting servers. There are myriad open research problems related to these issues.

BIO: Dick Sites is a Senior Staff Engineer at Google, where he has worked for 10 years. He previously worked at Adobe Systems, Digital Equipment Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, Burroughs, and IBM. His accomplishments include co-architecting the DEC Alpha computers and building various computer performance monitoring and tracing tools at the above companies. He also taught Computer Science for four years at UC/San Diego in the 1970s. His work at Google has included CPU disk and network performance anomalies, and web-page language detection. He currently works in the Google Translate group. Dr. Sites holds a PhD degree in Computer Science from Stanford and a BS degree in Mathematics from MIT. He also attended the Master's program in Computer Science at UNC 1969-70. He holds 38 patents and is a memberof the U.S. National Academy of Engineering.
Event Image Men's Group
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Connect with other men to gain the support and inspiration you need. We explore all the things we face as men, including: relationships, social dynamics, troublesome behaviors, hopes and dreams, work and life direction, and masculinity in general.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
School of the Environment and Sustainability Colloquium Series
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Old Main

Speaker:  K.J. McCorry, CEO, Eco-officiency LLC, Boulder
“Being a Change-Maker: Careers in the Sustainability Profession”

The sustainability profession is constantly evolving. There are opportunities growing in various sectors. However, finding the right career in sustainability can be challenging. This presentation will focus on the progressing sustainability profession, and will discuss what sustainability professionals do and where there are opportunities in various sectors. Learn the top competencies and skills that sustainability professionals have identified as keys to success, and what you might need to know beyond your educational training. Although sustainability business practices are growing there still remain many challenges and barriers that sustainability professionals can address in order to make a meaningful impact.

Co-Sponsored by the Environmental Studies Program and the School of the Environment and Sustainability.
SLA Reading Group
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

SLA Reading Group
Event Image Careers for a Cause
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Careers for a Cause
March 4, 4-6pm, Naropa University - 2130 Arapahoe Ave.

Sponsored by Naropa’s Alumni Relations Office, Naropa’s Career and Community Engagement Office,  and the University of Colorado Boulder’s Career Services Office. 

Connect with area professionals from organizations dedicated to addressing important causes and issues and making meaningful change in the world. Representatives attending the Meet & Greet will be there to network with you and may have opportunities to engage in their organizations through volunteer opportunities, training, internships, and/or employment.

Naropa University (2130 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder, CO 80302) - just a short walk down the hill, between 17th & Folsom. The Learning Commons, 2nd Floor of Wulsin Hall.

All Majors & class levels are welcome! Organizations scheduled to attend
Event Image ROOTED
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM


Rooted is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs, which aims to dig into the roots of various cultures and social issues. This is done in a welcoming, safe environment that encourages community discussion and engagement. Each week explores a new topic, often with a presenter or panel in the form of faculty, student groups, or community members, who share their expertise, mission, or experience. Rooted adheres to the DSCC mission to serve underrepresented student groups, provide opportunities to enhance cultural awareness, and to contribute to the intellectual, cultural, social, ethical, and personal growth of all students. This event is free and open!

Wednesdays from 4:30pm – 6:00pm in the DSCC (UMC 457)

Further Information can be Found Here: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/dscc/programs


If you are interested in collaborating with the DSCC on a Rooted event please contact:
Renee Marino at
renee.marino@colorado.edu 
Russian 1
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Russian 1
ALTEC
Galina
Event Image Femme International Chapter Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Femme International is a new Global Health Chapter at CU Boulder. We are dedicated to promoting women's health in East Africa through education and sustainable solutions. We will be meeting every Wednesday for the remainder of the Spring semester. We encourage all interested students to come to a meeting to join or learn more.
Rising Up: Voices from Colorado's Emerging Student Protest Movement
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

 

Rising Up: Voices from Colorado's Emerging Student Protest Movement

Chalkbeat Colorado

Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (MST)

Denver, CO


Join us for an engaging dialogue featuring Denver, Boulder and Jefferson County student leaders who participated in mass protests last fall. They'll discuss their paths to protest as well as the opportunities and barriers they encountered in getting their voices heard by adult decision-makers.

The discussion will also feature representatives from Denver Public Schools, the Colorado Department of Education and the University of Colorado-Boulder. They'll share their views on how the fall protests may influence education policy and the role of student voice in decisions that impact young people. 

 

1380 Lawrence Street
Lawrence Street Center, Terrace Room
Denver, CO 80204

Click Here to Register to Attend this Event

CU Engage Director and School of Education Professor Ben Kirshner will be a participant in this panel.
Event Image 8 & 9-Ball Billiards Tournaments
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Every other Wednesday. $5 entry fee.
Sign up starts 6pm at the Connection Front Desk; play begins at 7pm.

Tournaments run in either double elimination or round robin format. BCA rules apply. Prizes for Top Finishers!

2015 DATES:
8-Ball Billiards Tournaments:
February 4
March 4
April 8

9-Ball Billiards Tournaments:
January 21
February 18
March 18
April 22

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection

Event Image LASP Public Lecture—NASA's Cassini Mission: Continuing to Explore the Saturn System
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Observations from NASA’s Cassini Mission have revolutionized our understanding of Saturn, its complex rings, amazing collection of moons, and magnetic environment. Uncovering the icy, active plumes on the tiny moon Enceladus, sighting moonlets embedded in the rings, imaging the vertical structure of the rings for the first time, and witnessing the eruption of Saturn’s great northern storm are only a few of the mission’s fascinating discoveries. Continuing its journey through the end of 2017, the renamed Cassini Solstice Mission will be able to observe seasonal changes, map the north poles of the icy moons, and study the newly discovered dynamic ring phenomena. Before burning up in Saturn’s atmosphere, Cassini will travel just a few thousand kilometers above Saturn’s cloud tops. It will also fly in between the innermost D ring and the planet to explore this unique region, never before visited by any spacecraft. Albers will present highlights from 10 years of Cassini’s exploration at Saturn and provide an overview of the spectacular final mission phase.
Event Image MM Recital: Trevor Minton, cello
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Ligeti, Shostakovitch and Rachmaninoff 

Thursday, March 05, 2015

CIW is updated with month-end closing entires
All Day

Feb statements are ready for review and reconciliation
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Time collection for biweekly pay period ending 2/28 - 5:00 pm
All Day

Biweekly time collection
Kelly Cramer
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Kelly Cramer
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Procrastination: Do it Today, Not Tomorrow!
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 265A/B)  Is procrastination getting in the way of your academic success? Learn how to increase your motivation and take action-today!
Event Image Apple Meet & Greet
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Come to the Trep Cafe to meet with Apple representatives and learn more about the AppleCare College Program.
Group Meeting - William/Hao
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

JSCBB B331
Event Image Sophomore Site Visit: Greenhouse Partners
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Geared towards students interested in Marketing

Transportation is NOT provided.  Greenhouse Partners is easily accessible, on the corners of Walnut and 9th street, in Boulder.

We are a professional services firm that inspires the growth of brands and people. We combine decades of brand-building expertise with the powerful thinking of a diverse set of highly active minds. The results are Contagious Loyalists.  Whenever a compelling Whole Brand® is created,that brand’s Contagious Loyalists will spread the word on their own. Brands that create and nurture Contagious Loyalists are – and will continue to be – the big winners. 

We’ve structured our model to be all about delivering Contagious Loyalists for brands.They can be anyone – employees, consumers,partners, customers, Wall Street analysts, or the communities in which companies do business.  Contagious Loyalists are the most powerful brand-building assets – going out of their way to sell brands honestly and authentically, simply because they believe in it. 

Go to http://leedscareerdevelopment.sched.org/ to register.
CS Colloquium: Sarah Loos (Carnegie Mellon)
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Verifying Distributed Car and Aircraft Systems with Logic and Refinement 

ABSTRACT: Formal methods and theorem proving have been used successfully in many discrete applications, such as chip design and verification, but computation is not confined to the discrete world. Increasingly, we depend on discrete software to control safety-critical components of continuous physical systems. It is vital that these hybrid (discrete and continuous) systems behave as designed, or they will cause more damage than they intend to fix. In this talk, Loos will present several challenges associated with verifying hybrid systems and how we use differential dynamic logics to ensure safety for hybrid systems under a continuously infinite range of circumstances and unbounded time horizon. 

She will discuss the first formal proof of safety for a distributed car control system and the first formal verification of distributed, flyable, collision avoidance protocols for aircraft. In both cases, their verification holds for an unbounded number of cars or aircraft, so the systems are protected against unexpected emergent behavior, which simulation and testing may miss. 

Providing the first formal proofs of these systems required the development of several seemingly unrelated techniques. Loos' team has since identified a unifying challenge for each case study: it is difficult to compare hybrid systems, even when their behaviors are very similar. She will discuss the development of a logic with first-class support for refinement relations on hybrid systems, called differential refinement logic, which aims to address this core challenge for hybrid systems verification within a formal framework. 

BIO: Sarah Loos is a PhD student in the computer science department at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research interests include logical analysis and formal verification of distributed hybrid systems, such as distributed car control and collision avoidance protocols for aircraft. She is a Department of Energy computational science graduate fellow and an NSF graduate research fellow. In addition to her role as co-editor of the ACM-W newsletter, Sarah has served as a student member on the board of trustees and board of advisors for the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology.  She currently serves on the board of directors for the Foundation for Learning Equality, a non-profit tech company dedicated to bringing the online learning revolution to communities with little or no internet connectivity.  Sarah received her undergraduate B.S. degrees in computer science and math from Indiana University.
Event Image Friends of the CU Libraries Celebrates Rocky Mountain National Park's 100 Years
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Friends of the CU Libraries will host a panel event celebrating Rocky Mountain National Park’s 100th Anniversary on Thursday, March 5 from 4:00-6:00 PM in CBIS, Norlin 5th Floor. Five CU-Boulder researchers will speak at “One Park, Many Perspectives: An Exploration of Rocky Mountain National Park at its Centenary.” The panel presentation, which is an officially recognized anniversary event by the National Park Service, will feature: Dr. Thomas Andrews (panelist), Associate Professor in the Department of History Dr. Andrew Cowell (panelist), Professor in the Department of Linguistics Dr. Phoebe Young (panelist), Associate Professor in the Department of History Dr. Jim White (panelist), Profess or in the Department of Geological Sciences and the Environmental Studies Program and Fellow and Director of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) Dr. Sharon Collinge (moderator), Professor and Director of the Environmental Studies Program This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served at 4 - 4:30 p.m. prior to the panel presentation. For more information, contact Mary Jane Campbell • maryjane.campbell@colorado.edu, 303-492-7511 or visit http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/RMNP.
Event Image Professor's Phoebe Young and Thomas Andrews Join Panel Discussion: "One Park, Many Perspectives"
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Friends of the Libraries Presents
One Park, Many Perspectives:
An Exploration of ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK at its Centenary


NORLIN LIBRARY 5TH FLOOR
Thursday March 5 at 4:00 PM


A panel discussion and Q&A with CU-Boulder faculty

Moderated by
Sharon K. Collinge
Environmental Studies
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Phoebe S.K. Young
History
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Jim White
Geological Sciences, Environmental Studies, INSTAAR
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Thomas Andrews
History
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Andrew Cowell
Linguistics

Light Refreshments will be served from 4:00-4:30 prior to the panel presentation
For more information visit ONE PARK

Event Image TIGER 2 Workshops: Taking your Research to Market
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM


Taking your Research to Market
Dr. MaryBeth Vellequette, Director, Technology Transfer

Technology Transfer offers a variety of intellectual property services to the CU research community. Please Join TTO Director MaryBeth Vellequette to learn more about how TTO helps our campus innovators protect and manage their intellectual property, facilitate commercialization of new technologies, and foster entrepreneurship.
Event Image Student Group Summit #2: Funding & Event Planning Basics
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

The second installment of the Student Group Summit Series will take place on Thursday, March 5, in the UMC Gallery from 4:30pm - 6:00pm. This workshop will cover the topic of "Finances & Event Basics." Student groups will learn about some of the ways to secure funding for their group, along with basic financial tips and campus policies related to student group finances. Student group leaders will also learn some basic tips and tricks to hosting events on campus. A variety of delicious snacks will be provided for attendees as well.

For more information about this workshop, as well as information on how to register, please click here.
Event Image Ralphie's Cooking Basics
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Join your fellow students to learn basic cooking techniques each week at Ralphie's Cooking Basics! The class will be taught each Thursday on a first come, first serve basis from 5:00 p.m. till 6:00 p.m. All materials will be provided. We begin signing up at 4:45 p.m. on Thursdays and space is limited to the first twenty people. To view the schedule of topics for the various cooking classes, visit www.colorado.edu/umc/cookingbasics.
Event Image Start Your new Life Overseas
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Start Your New Life Overseas: How to Plan & Fund Your International Work & Travel

Thursday, March 5th, 5-7pm, C4C Flatirons

Be Boulder. Go Global. Does international work and travel sound intimidating? Not anymore...

Ginger Kern is a TEDx speaker, a Fulbright alumna, and a world traveler. At 22, after graduating from college, she left the US to teach English in Europe. One year of international work turned into three and by the end, she had traveled to 25 countries and built a network across three continents. Today, she has a consulting firm that helps people just like you who are interested in going overseas.

She joins us to share a step-by-step guide to find and apply for grants, programs, and fellowships that will pay YOU to live and work abroad. Plus, you’ll learn a proven method to overcome the challenges that come with international living. Join this interactive workshop, enjoy free food and refreshments, have a chance to ask one-on-one questions and take your first step toward being a global citizen, right here in Boulder.

Download your free PDF of Ginger’s “10 Things You Should Know Before Leaving the US”

Watch her TEDx talk here

This event is sponsored by CU Career Services.

Event Image Start Your New Life Overseas: How to Plan & Fund Your International Work & Travel
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Be Boulder. Go Global. Does international work and travel sound intimidating? Not anymore...

Ginger Kern is a TEDx speaker, a Fulbright alumna, and a world traveler. At 22, after graduating from college, she left the US to teach English in Europe. One year of international work turned into three and by the end, she had traveled to 25 countries and built a network across three continents. Today, she has a consulting firm that helps people just like you who are interested in going overseas.

She joins us to share a step-by-step guide to find and apply for grants, programs, and fellowships that will pay YOU to live and work abroad. Plus, you’ll learn a proven method to overcome the challenges that come with international living. Join this interactive workshop, enjoy free food and refreshments, have a chance to ask one-on-one questions and take your first step toward being a global citizen, right here in Boulder.

Download your free PDF of Ginger’s “10 Things You Should Know Before Leaving the US”

Watch her TEDx talk here

 

Event Image Tuition Due Date
5:00 PM

Payment deadline for tuition and fees.  Payment is due before midnight on the due date if paid online.

If the 5th falls on a weekend, payment in person or by mail is due by 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time on the last business day before the 5th.  Postmarks are not honored.

More information

Past due balances will prevent registration for summer and/or fall semesters.

Dates may be subject to change.
Swedish 2
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Swedish 2
ALTEC
Event Image Buffalo Nites
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Check out the UMC evening program... Buffalo Nites. Come take a break during your week to relax, hang out while enjoying some free entertainment and fun activities! Past activities have included paint-it-yourself pottery, instructor led painting, gingerbread house making, and much more. All materials are provided for each activity.
Event Image Jazz Combos Showcase
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  

Friday, March 06, 2015

Event Image Denver Spring Career Trek


Get a chance to visit multiple companies in the Denver area on this one day career trek. Tracks on this trek include, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Supply Chain/Operations and Social Responsibility.  The application for this trek can be found here: Trek Application

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

MA students - Comps week March 6 - March 13
All Day

MA students - If you're taking your comprehensive exam, questions will be e-mailed to you by your committee chair no later than 9:00 am on Friday, March 6th. 

You must e-mail your completed comp exam back to your committee no later than 9:00 am on Friday, March 13th.
PhD students - Comps week March 6 - March 13
All Day

PhD students - If you're taking your comprehensive exam, questions will be e-mailed to you by your committee chair no later than 9:00 am on Friday, March 6th.

You must e-mail your completed comp exam back to your committee no later than 9:00 am on Friday, March 13th.
Event Image Scholarship Deadline: CESDA Diversity Scholarship
All Day

The Colorado Education Services & Development Association awards multiple $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors who are first generation students.

Applicants must complete an application, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have a minimum 2.8 GPA.

For more information and to apply visit: http://www.cesda.org/---!scholarships/crq5

Deadline to apply: March 6, 2015

Kelly Cramer
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Kelly Cramer
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Environmental Engineering Seminar
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Title: Leveraging Water Technology Innovation Clusters to Maximize Research Outcomes and Support Sustainable Communities.

This week's speaker will be Sally Gutierrez, US EPA
Event Image Friday Forum & Workshop: Preparing to Talk on Your Intellectual Work
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Preparing to Talk on Your Intellectual Work
Polly McLean, Associate Professor, CMCI

Professor McLean teaches courses in media, culture, communication, globalization and international development. She publishes in academic and non academic publications. She is also a national and international public speaker. Today, she will share her approach to identifying and limiting your topic, organizing your content, and illustrating your content with media for a presentation on your intellectual work.

Event Image Sophomore Site Visit: EY
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Interested in learning more about what a career in Accounting at one of the big four would look like? Attend this Sophomore Site Visit to learn more. 

Sign up at LeedsCareerDevelopment.sched.org
Energy Talks - CU Energy Club!
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Energy Talks is a weekly informal discussion series. Every week, a topic is chosen and a few articles are posted on the site, for background information. Free lunch is provided by the club, and discussion is always a nice break from your daily routine. For Spring 2015 we will meet every Friday of classes at 12 noon in Koelbel 220. If you have an idea for a topic or want to lead a session, fill out this form: http://goo.gl/forms/cbxNJuHRW7
ICS Spring 2015 Colloquia Series - Stephen Becker, Ph.D.
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Stephen Becker, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Applied Mathematics
University of Colorado Boulder
Event Image Understanding Self and Others
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help  students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics, and other personal concerns.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
Event Image Intercultural Workshops: Cultural Awareness in the Classroom
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


Cultural Awareness in the Classroom

Brian Casey, Provost’s Fellow, Music

In this workshop we will explore how to develop a better understanding of intercultural communication in our classrooms in order to become culturally competent teachers, mentors, and members of the academic community. By looking at specific tools, such as the Bennett model of cultural competence, we will develop in all participants a personalized understanding of cultural competence and explore how these concepts can be addressed in each teacher’s diversity statement.
Swedish
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Swedish Coaching
Mark Knowles
Event Image ENVD Spring Honors Symposium
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Please join the Program in Environmental Design as seven students working on their theses for Latin Honors in ENVD present their work. 
Student presenters include:
Maggie Fryke: MOD Food: Design of a Semi-Permanent Modular Food System for Educational Innovation
Alexis Petre: The Implications of a Food Desert in Denver’s Westwood Neighborhood
Erin Hauer: The Contribution of Ecological Networks to the Design of Ecologically-Based Urban Landscapes
James Watt: food in the city: community-driven agriculture in the United States and Cuba
Elizabeth Seaver: PlayGROUND : how ground surface materials influence children's activity in public playgrounds
Sung Han: New Urban Town Centers and its Effect on Travel Behavior: Effect of Retail Composition
Adam Meis: Just a Little SIP
Event Image Understanding Self and Others
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help  students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics, and other personal concerns.

To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops 
Yoga Snacks for EveryStudent©!
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 244) Experience Yoga Safely, learn how yoga can help you with stress, improve your learning. Come to have fun! Mats provided or bring your own.
Event Image International Coffee Hour
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

CU students, scholars, staff and faculty are welcome at International Coffee Hour. Are you... Someone who likes good conversations with interesting people? An armchair traveler? An International Affairs major? A Study Abroad Program returnee? An international student or scholar? A GRAPer? Please join us for International Coffee Hour Friday afternoons across from Baby Doe's and the Alfred Packer Grill in the UMC Grill. International Coffee Hour happens every week except during school holidays and summer. Free refreshments! No reservations are required.

Event Image International Coffee Hour
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Join International Student & Scholar Programs (ISSP) every Friday during the spring semester for free coffee, tea, and cakes.

Meet us inside the UMC Dining Room across from Baby Doe's Coffee & Bakery. 
Jamfest 3v3 Basketball Tournament
4:30 PM - 11:30 PM

Jamfest is a FREE 3v3 basketball tournament that takes place on Friday, March 6.  Registration for the tournament is Wednesday, February 23-Wednesday, March 4.  To register a team go to: www.colorado.edu/recreation/intramural-sports/calendar . Participants must be Rec Center Members
Denver Trek Alumni Reception
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Leeds School of Business invites you and a guest to attend a

Denver Reception
for Leeds Alumni, Friends & Corporate Partners


Friday, March 6
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

MAD Beans & Wine Cafe
inside of the MAD Greens - Denver Art Museum location
1200 Acoma Street
Denver, CO 80204
Directions and Map

Connect with current Leeds students in Denver for industry-specific Career Treks and network with other Leeds alumni and corporate partners from throughout metro Denver. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be provided. Parking is available nearby at the Civic Center Cultural parking garage.

Thank you to Leeds alumnus Marley Hodgson (MBA '03), MAD Greens Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, and MAD Greens for hosting us.


Please RSVP by Monday, March 2.

Questions? Please contact Samantha.A.Johnson@colorado.edu.


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Recently changed jobs? New preferred email address?
Please update your contact information!

 

SASC PreHealth Meeting
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 265A/B)  If you plan to enter the health field attend SASC Pre-Health meetings. Learn about careers in the health field, resources on campus, research opportunities, internships, and volunteer opportunities. There will be networking opportunities with students, faculty and staff on the Anschutz Medical campus. For more information, http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/mcneill/leadership/pre-health or Contact: Max.Lupo@colorado.edu, Veronica.Williams@Colorado.edu, Abdullahi.Hussein@Colorado.edu
Event Image Calling all Gamers! Video Game Tournaments!
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Different Games Each Friday!
Are you a gamer? Want bragging rights? Here's your chance!

Sign up starts 6pm at the Connection Front Desk; play begins at 7pm. $5 entry fee.

Games are on PlayStation 3, XBOX 360 or Nintendo Wii gaming systems.Tournament formats are double elimination and/or round robin.

Prizes available for top finishers!

2015 DATES:

January 23: NBA 2K15 (PS3)
February 6: Call of Duty: Advance Warfare (PS3)
February 20: NHL 15 (XBOX 360)
March 6: FIFA 15 (XBOX 360)
March 20: Super Smash Bros. BRAWL (Wii)
April 10: Mario Kart (Wii)
April 24: TitanFall (XBOX 360)
Event Image Extreme Bowling Friday Nights
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Friday & Saturday Nights
7 pm - Close

Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It's the ONLY Extreme Bowling you'll find in Boulder - and it's fun for everyone!

Win prizes for Color Head Pin Strikes!! Note: must tell the Connection Staff before bowling.

2015 DATES:
Fridays and Saturdays
Closed March 27

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Event Image CU Boulder Vagaina Monologues
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

The University of Colorado is happy to host a production of the Vagina Monologues for it's tenth year this March. Written by Eve Ensler, the Vagina Monologues is a collection of experiences from diverse walks of women. The show aims to empower its audience and create conversations by shedding light on current issues such as domestic violence and body liberation. A group of women will be performing this inspiring production on March 6th at 7:30 PM and March 7th at 1:30 and 7:30 PM in the Old Main Theater. Tickets will be sold at the door, ten dollars for community members and six dollars for CU Boulder students. All proceeds will be donated to the local organization MESA (Movement to End Sexual Assault). Please contact Nieve Heskin, the director and producer; at Nieve.Heskin@colorado.edu with any questions.
Event Image MM Recital: John Shaw, trombone
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Albrechtsberger, Persichetti, Casterede, JacobTV and Sandstrom
Event Image Open Space
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

A concert curated by the students of the CU Dance Connection

Saturday, March 07, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image COPFFN 2015: What Do Hiring Institutions Want Applicants to Know?
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Collaborative Preparing Future Faculty Network (COPFFN) 
2015 COPFFN Forum

What Do Hiring Institutions Want Applicants to Know?  


March 7, 2015
Hale Science 270
8:30 am -2:30 pm


Institutions and their local departments are interested in applicants for faculty positions who have experience in engaging students experientially in the local community and who have an awareness and experience with the importance of inclusivity in the classroom and in community engagement. Faculty from the Front Range discuss their campuses concerns and interests when they are examining candidates' dossiers regarding these issues.         

Breakfast and lunch will be provided for all attendees. Although COPFFN is a FREE event,
we ask that you rsvp if you are planning to attend so that we can plan for meals.

Register for Breakfast and Lunch Here.

All attendees should sign in at each workshop in order to earn credit toward Graduate Teacher Program teaching and professional development certificates.

PDF of the Full COPFFN Spring 2015 Schedule 
                  

Event Image COPFFN 2015: Welcome
9:00 AM - 9:15 AM

Collaborative Preparing Future Faculty Network (COPFFN) 
2015 COPFFN Forum
What Do Hiring Institutions Want Applicants to Know?   ​

March 7, 2015
Hale Science 270

9 am - 9:15 am

Welcome

Laura L. B. Border
Director, Graduate Teacher Program & Collaborative Preparing Future Faculty Network, University of Colorado Boulder

Event Image COPFFN 2015: Engaging Students Experientially and Inclusively
9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Collaborative Preparing Future Faculty Network (COPFFN) 
2015 COPFFN Forum
What Do Hiring Institutions Want Applicants to Know? ​


Engaging Students Experientially and Inclusively

March 7, 2015
Hale Science 270
9:15 am - 10:30 am


Donna Sobel, Associate Professor Emerita and Acting Director, Center for Faculty Development, CU Denver
Janel Seeley, Instructional Designer/Faculty Developer, Ellbogen Center for Teaching & Learning, University of Wyoming
Veronica House, Associate Professor, Program for Writing and Rhetoric, CU Boulder

Institutions are interested in faculty candidates who have experience engaging with students experientially. They also value those with an awareness of the importance of inclusivity both in the classroom and within the context of community engagement. Join faculty from the Front Range as they discuss their campus’s concerns and interests regarding these issues during the hiring process.

Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image COPFFN 2015: Should Beginning Faculty Understand Hybrid and Online Classrooms?
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Collaborative Preparing Future Faculty Network (COPFFN) 
2015 COPFFN Forum
What Do Hiring Institutions Want Applicants to Know? ​


March 7, 2015
Hale Science 270
10:45-Noon 

Should Beginning Faculty Understand Hybrid and Online Classrooms?

David Lyons, OIT, CU Denver
Meg Van Baalen-Wood, Interim Co-Director Ellbogen Center for Teaching & Learning, University of Wyoming Alan P. Lester, Geological Sciences & Continuing Education, University of Colorado Boulder

Faculty hiring committees around the US are interested in faculty candidates who demonstrate the ability to integrate hybrid learning into their classrooms. Hiring committees are also curious about how candidates approach the increasingly prevalent online classroom formata, as well as how they confront common classroom problems, such as plagiarism, in the digital age. Faculty from campuses on the Front Range discuss their focus on candidates who can demonstrate these skills. 

Event Image COPFFN 2015: Appropriate & Inappropriate Questions and Answers in Academic Interviews
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Collaborative Preparing Future Faculty Network (COPFFN)  
2015 COPFFN Forum 
What Do Hiring Institutions Want Applicants to Know? ​
 

March 7, 2015 
Hale Science 270 
1:15 - 2:30 PM

Appropriate & Inappropriate Questions and Answers in Academic Interviews

Interactive Theatre Project, CU Boulder

This performance addresses in an interactive theatre format interactions during academic interviews. The actors demonstrate both appropriate/inappropriate questions and answers. They focus on the “new candidate perspective,” giving those who participate in the forum an opportunity to be aware of and address situations in which inappropriate questions are asked and guidelines on how to address appropriate questions.

Event Image COPFFN 2015: Why Evidence-Based Learning Is Important in Arts & Humanities as well as STEM
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Collaborative Preparing Future Faculty Network (COPFFN)  
2015 COPFFN Forum 
What Do Hiring Institutions Want Applicants to Know? ​
 

March 7, 2015 
Hale Science 230 
1:15 - 2:30 PM

Why Evidence-Based Learning Is Important in Arts & Humanities as well as in STEM Fields 


David KendrickDirector, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning, University of Northern ColoradoKen SagendorfDirector, Center for Teaching Excellence, Regis University
Courtney RocheleauPsychology, MSU

Campus hiring committees look for candidates who can demonstrate the skills necessary to assess and evaluate student learning to reinvigorate undergraduate STEM and Arts & Humanities classes. Join faculty from neighboring campuses as they discuss how they approach this issue during the hiring process.

 

Event Image BM Senior Recital: Ian Rictor, saxophone
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

  
Event Image Takács Quartet Master Class
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Get a rare glimpse behind the scenes of quartet artistry as the world famous Takács Quartet coaches an ensemble of performers. Whether you're interested in insights for your own musicianship, or just want to better understand the process behind what you hear in the concert hall, don't miss this special master class.
Event Image Extreme Bowling Saturday Nights
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Friday & Saturday Nights
7 pm - Close

Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It's the ONLY Extreme Bowling you'll find in Boulder - and it's fun for everyone!

Win prizes for Color Head Pin Strikes!! Note: must tell the Connection Staff before bowling.

2015 DATES:
Fridays and Saturdays
Closed March 27

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Event Image BM Senior Recital: Kirsten Pedersen, violin
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

 
Event Image MM Recital: Aaron Haas, guitar
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Britten, Tansman and Castelnuovo-Tedesco
Event Image Open Space
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

A concert curated by the students of the CU Dance Connection

Sunday, March 08, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Open Space
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

A concert curated by the students of the CU Dance Connection

Event Image Takács Quartet
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Grammy Award-winning chamber quartet has been moving audiences and selling out concerts for three decades at CU-Boulder. Their irresistible blend of virtuosic technique and engaging personality has led The Guardian (London) to proclaim, “The Takács Quartet are matchless, their supreme artistry manifest at every level.”
Event Image Sunday Bowling Leagues
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Early & Late Bowling Leagues
Get your team together and sign up for a league! You need 4 team members for the Early League and only 2 team members for the Late League.

SIGN UP IN JANUARY 
to start February 8th. This is a fantastic value! Lots of fun and a great way to stay connected with friends or meet new people.

Sunday Early League: 6pm - 8:30pm
Sunday Late League: 8:30pm - 10:30pm

2015 DATES:

Leagues run Sundays, February 8 - April 26, 2015
(No leagues on March 22 and March 29)

Click here for the league packet with details and forms.

Questions? Email or call us at theconnection@colorado.edu or 303.735.BOWL (2695)
Event Image BM Junior Recital: Justin Tebbe, tuba
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Marcello, Baadsvik, Gregson and Grieg

Monday, March 09, 2015

CU Breaking Club open practice


Free open practice session for any CU Students interested in learning how to Breakdance. All levels welcome! Block 1750: 1750 30th St, Boulder.
PhD Dissertation Title Deadline


PhD students must submit to the Graduate School a typed copy of the exact title of your dissertation.  This title will appear on your transcript.  You can mail it to us at 26 UCB, or e-mail it to us at gradinfo@colorado.edu.
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

PhD students - Submit your dissertation title to the Graduate School
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PhD students - If you are defending your dissertation in Spring 2015, you must submit the exact title of your dissertation to the Graduate School by Monday, March 9th.  E-mail it to gradinfo@colorado.edu and copy the Graduate Studies Coordinator, staci.shea@colorado.edu.

NOTE: Please submit the Doctoral Leaflet to the Grad Studies Coordinator in Education 151 a minimum of two weeks before your defense date.  The Doctoral Leaflet can be found here, under step 7: http://www.colorado.edu/GraduateSchool/academics/doctoral_graduation_packet.html
Event Image Summer 2015 Registration Begins for New and Readmitted Students
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Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Cognitive Lunch Series
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

MUEN E214
12:00 - 1:00 PM

Speakers: John Lurquin, CU Boulder

Topic: TBA
Swedish 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Swedish 2020
Event Image I Love Mondays
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Join us every Monday for a free activity that will be sure to cure your case of the Mondays. Activities include tie-dye, cookie decorating, a live dj, pumpkin painting, build-a-bear workshops, and more! The event is always free and a great way to get your week started.

To learn each week's activity, visit www.colorado.edu/umc/mondays 
Event Image Monday Workshops: Creating Model Content for Student Source Analysis
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Creating Model Content for Student Source Analysis
Avedan Raggio, Instructor, German and Slavic Languages

We will discuss guiding students in creating and using model content for textual or source analysis. For example, in a medieval literature class students collaboratively write an Icelandic-style tale with several versions and then apply the textual/historical analysis skills they have learned in the class to their created content to model what scholars do with genuine manuscripts. The workshop will include discussion on how to guide the students in creating material in non-literature classes for analysis. 

Event Image Musicology Colloquium: Nancy Rogers
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Nancy Rogers, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

"Adapting Riepel's Composition Project"
Time Is on Your Side: Managing your minutes; Managing your life
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 150)  The #1 identified area affecting almost all students, Time Management is Step 1 for establishing solid study skills. Walk out with a plan for the semester! Definitely a must as a first workshop of the semester!
Event Image Faculty Meeting
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Faculty Meeting
 
Monday, March 9th
 
Muenzinger Psychology Building
 
Room E214 - 4pm
 
Meeting to vote 
Portuguese Table
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Portuguese Table
Marcelo
TAM Information Sessions (Multi-Day Event)
4:00 PM

The ATLAS Institute will be hosting a series of information sessions on the Technology, Arts, and Media program.

Interested in the TAM program and adding computing and creative technologies to your major? Come to an upcoming Info Session to learn about TAM and how to sign up for classes for the Fall.

Additional info on the website: http://tam.colorado.edu

 2/18 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

2/25 12-1pm in ATLS 200

 3/4 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200  

3/9 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

3/11 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

3/18 @ 10-11am in ATLS 200

 4/1 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

4/8 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

4/13 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

4/15 @ 1-2pm in ATLS 200

If you have any questions, please contact cuatlas@colorado.edu. 

A Queer Endeavor 2-Day Teacher Institute: Affirming Gender & Sexual Diversity (RSVP Required) (Multi-Day Event)
4:30 PM

Teacher Institute:

Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Research continues to suggest that many teachers feel unsupported in their efforts to create safer, more affirming classrooms and schools for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming students. Our goal, in these institutes, is to change this! 

You’re invited to attend a 2-DAY professional development TEACHER INSTITUTE, hosted by the School of Education at CU-Boulder, focused on gender and sexual diversity.

In these institutes, we hope to organize learning communities across grades, schools, and subjects in which we share our experiences and support one another as we take up topics of gender and sexual diversity in our classrooms and schools. In these gatherings, we'll collaborate, practice, role play, invent, reflect, and basically create amazing trajectories for ourselves and our colleagues. Here’s what these institutes are all about:

  • Collaborating with teacher colleagues in local districts, CU pre-service teachers, and faculty
  • Learning practical strategies for creating safer, more inclusive and affirming classrooms through both the social and academic curriculum (consistent with Educator Effectiveness standards)
  • Creating Standards-based LGBTQ-inclusive lesson plans
  • Becoming a leader in your school and a resource for your staff around these important topics
  • Receiving contact hour credit for licensure recertification
  • Eating yummy food with awesome educators

When: Monday, March 9th and Monday, March 16th, 4:30-7:00 pm (participants must attend both days)

Where: CU-Boulder School of Education (room to be announced)

Space is limited, so please RSVP to aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu by February 14, 2015.

Please include the following in your RSVP: Name, subject area, elementary/ secondary

* Feel free to email with any questions as well!*

Event Image ENVD Lecture Series: Katherine Rinne
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Please join the Program in Environmental Design for a free and public lecture titled "Water in cities," by Katherine Rinne.  At the California College of Art, she specializes in water history and current issues related to urban development and water scarcity.  Katherine is project director for an ongoing web-based research project called Aquae Urbis Romae: The Waters of the City of Rome that is published by the University of Virginia at http://www3.iath.virginia.edu/waters. The project examines the 3,000-year history of water infrastructure and urban development in Rome.
Russian 1
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Russian 1
ALTEC
Galina
Event Image Teen playwriting class: writing a 10-minute play (ages 14-18)
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

This class will take us through the process of writing a play. Starting with writing exercises to help us learn about how a play works, we will compose, collaboratively workshop, revise and then perform a staged reading of our own 10-minute plays. Beyond our writing, we will also discuss playwriting in the American theatre. What do playwrights do? How do new plays get produced? The class will also be given the opportunity to submit their plays to national young playwrights contests.

Teacher: Sarah Johnson

Classes will be held at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival Cottage at 1301 Grandview Ave. near CU-Boulder.
Event Image Monday Night Bowl
6:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Mondays, 6pm-close
$8 per person for 2 hours unlimited bowling. Shoes and a fountain drink included.
Come alone, with friends and/or family and have fun! This is the best deal!

2015 DATES:
Mondays January 12 - April 27.
(Check back for summer hours.)
Not offered on Monday, January 19, due to 6pm closure for holiday, and Monday, March 3, during CU Spring Break.

The Connection Bowling Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection 
Event Image Understanding Bodiam Castle
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Bodiam Castle, built in the 1380s in southeastern England, is perhaps the most extensively discussed castle in medieval Europe. It is certainly the most controversial – was it built as defense against the French or was it a fairytale castle set in a symbolic landscape?  As part of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) lecture series, Dr. Johnson will reveal what three recent seasons of archaeological fieldwork at Bodiam have discovered about this fascinating building and how it interacted with its landscape. Dr. Johnson will present a new view of the castle stressing its active role in regional politics and economics, and help us understand how a Medieval castle like Bodiam worked from the simplest action of washing one’s hands in the chapel to the castle’s place in world history.

Event Image Takács Quartet
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

The Grammy Award-winning chamber quartet has been moving audiences and selling out concerts for three decades at CU-Boulder. Their irresistible blend of virtuosic technique and engaging personality has led The Guardian (London) to proclaim, “The Takács Quartet are matchless, their supreme artistry manifest at every level.”

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Gift Expenditure cut-off to make the March 13 CUF wire transfer
All Day

Gift expenditure cutoff
Sales tax documentation due
All Day

Sales tax documentation for the previous month's sales tax is due from departments. Send to: Maggie.Young@Colorado.EDU
TAM Information Sessions (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 5:00 PM

The ATLAS Institute will be hosting a series of information sessions on the Technology, Arts, and Media program.

Interested in the TAM program and adding computing and creative technologies to your major? Come to an upcoming Info Session to learn about TAM and how to sign up for classes for the Fall.

Additional info on the website: http://tam.colorado.edu

 2/18 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

2/25 12-1pm in ATLS 200

 3/4 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200  

3/9 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

3/11 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

3/18 @ 10-11am in ATLS 200

 4/1 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

4/8 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

4/13 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

4/15 @ 1-2pm in ATLS 200

If you have any questions, please contact cuatlas@colorado.edu. 

A Queer Endeavor 2-Day Teacher Institute: Affirming Gender & Sexual Diversity (RSVP Required) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Teacher Institute:

Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Research continues to suggest that many teachers feel unsupported in their efforts to create safer, more affirming classrooms and schools for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming students. Our goal, in these institutes, is to change this! 

You’re invited to attend a 2-DAY professional development TEACHER INSTITUTE, hosted by the School of Education at CU-Boulder, focused on gender and sexual diversity.

In these institutes, we hope to organize learning communities across grades, schools, and subjects in which we share our experiences and support one another as we take up topics of gender and sexual diversity in our classrooms and schools. In these gatherings, we'll collaborate, practice, role play, invent, reflect, and basically create amazing trajectories for ourselves and our colleagues. Here’s what these institutes are all about:

  • Collaborating with teacher colleagues in local districts, CU pre-service teachers, and faculty
  • Learning practical strategies for creating safer, more inclusive and affirming classrooms through both the social and academic curriculum (consistent with Educator Effectiveness standards)
  • Creating Standards-based LGBTQ-inclusive lesson plans
  • Becoming a leader in your school and a resource for your staff around these important topics
  • Receiving contact hour credit for licensure recertification
  • Eating yummy food with awesome educators

When: Monday, March 9th and Monday, March 16th, 4:30-7:00 pm (participants must attend both days)

Where: CU-Boulder School of Education (room to be announced)

Space is limited, so please RSVP to aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu by February 14, 2015.

Please include the following in your RSVP: Name, subject area, elementary/ secondary

* Feel free to email with any questions as well!*

m-Fin Financial Statements Training
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Learn how to access the Cognos Reporting System and how to read statements
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
"CU Money Sense: Credit Common Cents "
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 265A/B)  Learn all about building and establishing credit, FICO scores, and credit reports.
Presenter: Niomi Williams, Assoc. Prog. Director, CU Money Sense
Event Image Academic Skills Strategies Workshops: Credit Common Cents with CU Money Sense
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

The Student Academic Success Center presents:
CU Money Sense Series

Are you a student with questions about credit cards or how credit works? Come join us to learn all about building and establishing credit, FICO scores, and credit reports.

Tuesday, March 10 from 11:00am-11:45 in Fleming 265.

All CU students are welcome!

See more Academic Skills Strategies Workshops at www.colorado.edu/sasc/skills.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Technology Workshops: Careers in Digital Humanities
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


Careers in Digital Humanities
Thea Lindquist, Arts & Humanities Librarian, University Libraries

Ever wonder about what Digital Humanities are and what types of work opportunities are related to this field? If so, then please join in this discussion about careers in Digital Humanities in the academic setting. Both traditional teaching positions and alt-ac (alternative-academic) options will be covered.
DILS Tibetan
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

DILS Tibetan
Eben Yonnettr
Let’s Talk Tuesdays: Academic Skills Walk Ins!
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

(Held in Fleming 190)  Confidential and personal. Let us help you identify obstacles; work out a plan of action. All questions, in any major or academic area are welcomed.
ENVS Spring 2015 Internship Fair
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Recreation Center Ice Overlook Large Meeting Room C250
Bring copies of your resume!

Participating Organizations
CS Colloquium: Kristina Lerman (USC Information Sciences Institute)
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Paying Attention: How Cognitive Biases Shape Online Behavior 

ABSTRACT: The many decisions people make about what information to consume affect emerging trends, their popularity, and the diffusion of information through online networks. Due to constraints of available time and cognitive resources, the ease of discovery strongly affects how people allocate their attention. Through empirical analysis and online experiments, Lerman measures the impact of cognitive biases on collective attention. She shows that position of information in the user interface determines whether it will be seen, while explicit signal about its popularity increases the likelihood of response. Accounting for these factors simplifies social behavior and allows more accurate prediction of social contagion, social voting and peer recommendation. 

BIO: Kristina Lerman is a Project Leader at the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute and holds a joint appointment as a Research Associate Professor in the USC Computer Science Department. Trained as a physicist, she now applies network- and machine learning-based methods to problems in social computing and social media analysis.          
 
Event Image TIGER 1 Workshops: Creativity in STEM Classrooms
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM


Creativity in STEM Classrooms
Trevor DiMartino, TIGER Liaison, Graduate Teacher Program

Often (if not all) times in STEM classrooms, the onus on students is to produce the “correct answer.” However, learning is not a uniform and perfect process; it requires creativity on both sides of the “lectern” to convey difficult concepts and cement them in place. Join Trevor for some (literally) hands-on experience incorporating creativity in your teaching.
Walk in Study help at Norlin Commons! Tips, talk, and tricks! (Student to Student Series)
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

A tutor will be there to answer your questions every Tuesday from 4-6. Held in Norlin Commons, Rm 1- E117B (yellow room).
Event Image Shakespeare’s Lost Play (ages 12-18)
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

We know Shakespeare wrote a play called Cardenio, and we know that his company performed it; we just don’t know what happened to the play. People have been searching for traces of this lost play for hundreds of years, but nobody really knows for sure what it really might have looked like. That’s all about to change. As a class, we will use some of the evidence that we do have about Cardenio and knowledge about how Shakespeare wrote characters and plot to recreate the lost play. This is a class where you will be working on your feet, creating the scenes and performing the characters that will make up our play. At the end of the class, you will perform our version of Cardenio, complete with costumes and props designed by the class.

Teachers: Kaily Anderson and Sarah Johnson 
Event Image Branch Out
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Branch Out is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs. Branch Out aims to serve the student body with engaging, culturally educational programming. Events are held every Tuesday at 5:00 pm and range from cooking, dance classes, film screening and crafts. These events offer a more interactive way for students to engage in diversity programs and provide a way for students to learn about other cultures.
Nancy Bocanegra
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Nancy Bocanegra
Event Image A Celebration of Colorado Wilderness
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

The Wilderness Society and the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History are proud to present acclaimed Colorado photographer John Fielder as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Wilderness Act of 1964. This historic bill established the National Wilderness Preservation System and set aside an initial 9.1 million acres of wildlands for the use and benefit of the American people. Over the past fifty years, as a result of America’s support for wilderness, Congress has added over one hundred million acres to this unique land preservation system. This talk will include Fielder’s favorite photographs from Colorado and beyond. Books and calendars by Fielder will be available for sale.

 

This program is in conjunction with the traveling exhibition The Wilderness Act at 50: A Celebration of Colorado Wilderness on display at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History.  

 
Event Image Free Poker Tournament
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Free Texas Hold'em Poker Tournaments
Put on your poker face! Sign up at 6pm at the Connection Front Desk; cards fly at 7pm.
Everyone welcome - all skill levels! Prizes for winners.

2015 DATES
Tuesdays on:
January 13 & 27
February 10 & 24
March 10 & 31
April 14 & 28 (Grand Championship Final is April 28)

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Event Image Faculty Tuesday: Paul Erhard, double bass
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

A Queer Endeavor 2-Day Teacher Institute: Affirming Gender & Sexual Diversity (RSVP Required) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Teacher Institute:

Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Research continues to suggest that many teachers feel unsupported in their efforts to create safer, more affirming classrooms and schools for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming students. Our goal, in these institutes, is to change this! 

You’re invited to attend a 2-DAY professional development TEACHER INSTITUTE, hosted by the School of Education at CU-Boulder, focused on gender and sexual diversity.

In these institutes, we hope to organize learning communities across grades, schools, and subjects in which we share our experiences and support one another as we take up topics of gender and sexual diversity in our classrooms and schools. In these gatherings, we'll collaborate, practice, role play, invent, reflect, and basically create amazing trajectories for ourselves and our colleagues. Here’s what these institutes are all about:

  • Collaborating with teacher colleagues in local districts, CU pre-service teachers, and faculty
  • Learning practical strategies for creating safer, more inclusive and affirming classrooms through both the social and academic curriculum (consistent with Educator Effectiveness standards)
  • Creating Standards-based LGBTQ-inclusive lesson plans
  • Becoming a leader in your school and a resource for your staff around these important topics
  • Receiving contact hour credit for licensure recertification
  • Eating yummy food with awesome educators

When: Monday, March 9th and Monday, March 16th, 4:30-7:00 pm (participants must attend both days)

Where: CU-Boulder School of Education (room to be announced)

Space is limited, so please RSVP to aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu by February 14, 2015.

Please include the following in your RSVP: Name, subject area, elementary/ secondary

* Feel free to email with any questions as well!*

DAC
1:15 AM - 3:30 AM

Education RM. 142
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Hydrologic Sciences & Water Resources Engineering Seminar
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This week's seminar will feature Arista Hickman, water resources engineer at DiNatale Water Consultants in Boulder. At DiNatale Water, Ms. Hickman works on RiverWare and advanced Excel modeling of reservoir and water supply system operations, water rights engineering and project management. 
EECD Seminar
11:40 AM - 11:40 AM

Education RM. 251
EFPP Seminar
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM

Education RM. 338
Literacy Seminar
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM

Education RM. 330
Math Seminar
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM

Education Rm. 230
Science Seminar
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM

Education Rm. 346
Event Image Qualtrics : Norlin Learners Lunch
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Have you ever needed to gather information from a large group of people, but don't have the time to spend collecting and counting paper response forms? Qualtrics is an internet-based tool for creating and deploying surveys through websites or via email. Users can create surveys with a wide range of question types, collect and track detailed data from respondents, and analyze data with built-in reporting tools--all through a browser interface with no additional software to install. Instructors and program leaders can use Qualtrics to collect information quickly from large groups of people such as classes or organizations, and researchers can use it to easily gather large datasets for analysis. Please feel free to bring your Mac or PC laptop to explore along with Qualtrics features demonstrated during this session.
TAM Information Sessions (Multi-Day Event)
12:00 PM

The ATLAS Institute will be hosting a series of information sessions on the Technology, Arts, and Media program.

Interested in the TAM program and adding computing and creative technologies to your major? Come to an upcoming Info Session to learn about TAM and how to sign up for classes for the Fall.

Additional info on the website: http://tam.colorado.edu

 2/18 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

2/25 12-1pm in ATLS 200

 3/4 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200  

3/9 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

3/11 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

3/18 @ 10-11am in ATLS 200

 4/1 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

4/8 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

4/13 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

4/15 @ 1-2pm in ATLS 200

If you have any questions, please contact cuatlas@colorado.edu. 

Event Image What is CU Scholar? : Learners Lunch @ Music
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Have you submitted your work to CU Scholar? In the Fall, the University Libraries introduced CU Scholar, a brand new institutional repository (IR) to house the University’s scholarly output, to the entire University of Colorado Boulder campus. This workshop will offer background on the IR, IR policies, submission process, and helpful resources. There will be time for questions and the second portion of the session will be highly interactive. Jennifer Chan
Swedish 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Swedish 2020
Event Image Mother Tongues and Other Tongues: Faculty and Graduate Student Colloquium with Professor Liora Halperin
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Join the Program in Jewish Studies for a special faculty and graduate student colloquium with Liora Halperin, Assistant Professor of History and Jewish Studies, on her new book, Babel in Zion: Jews, Nationalism, and Language Diversity in Palestine, 1920-1948.

"Mother Tongues and Other Tongues"

Faculty and Graduate Student Colloquium with Professor Liora Halperin on her new book, Babel in Zion: Jews, Nationalism, and Language Diversity in Palestine, 1920-1948

Wednesday, March 11 @ 2PM - 4PM

Open to CU Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students and Majors and Minors in Jewish Studies

Please RSVP to CUJewishStudies@colorado.edu for location and pre-circulated reading

Viewing twentieth-century history through the lens of language, Liora Halperin questions the accepted scholarly narrative of a Zionist move away from multilingualism and towards Hebrew, demonstrating how Jews in Palestine remained connected linguistically by both preference and necessity to a world outside the boundaries of the pro-Hebrew community even as it promoted Hebrew and achieved that language’s dominance. The story of language encounters in Jewish Palestine is a fascinating tale of shifting power relationships, both locally and globally. Halperin’s absorbing study explores how a young national community was compelled to modify the dictates of Hebrew exclusivity as it negotiated its relationships with its Jewish population, Palestinian Arabs, the British, and others outside the margins of the national project and ultimately came to terms with the limitations of its national project in an interconnected world.

Haytham Bahoora, Assistant Professor of Arabic, will serve as the respondent for this colloquium.

Liora Halperin is Assistant Professor of History and Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research considers the cultural history of the Jewish community in Palestine prior to the establishment of the State of Israel; the history of Jewish and Zionist language politics; Jewish-Arab, Jewish-Ottoman, and Jewish-British relations; and the cultural history of archives and archiving in Palestine and Israel.


Event Image Men's Group
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Connect with other men to gain the support and inspiration you need. We explore all the things we face as men, including: relationships, social dynamics, troublesome behaviors, hopes and dreams, work and life direction, and masculinity in general.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
School of the Environment and Sustainability Colloquium Series
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Old Main

Speaker: TBD

Co-Sponsored by the Environmental Studies Program and the School of the Environment and Sustainability.
Event Image CUNY/Columbia Prof. Morris Rossabi Talk: “Genghis Khan and the Mongols: Barbarians or Harbingers..."
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

CU Department of History Presents

Dr. Morris Rossabi
Professor of History, CUNY / Columbia

“Genghis Khan and the Mongois: Barbarians or Harbingers of World History”

Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
HUMN 250

Most people perceived the thirteenth-century Mongols as plunderers, rapacious, and murderers and believed that their invasions and rule were destructive, if not disastrous.  Over the past two decades, specialists have challenged this depiction of the Mongols and of Genghis Khan and have focused on the Mongols’ contribution to trade, relations between East and West, and cultural, religious, technological, and artistic diffusion.  These recent works have not ignored the bloodshed and the colossal damage the Mongols wrought, but  they also have attempted their role in Eurasian history.  This slide-illustrated presentation describes and assesses Genghis as an individual and the Mongols as a group.

From Students For Students: The Honor Code
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 150)  Get all your questions answered about the CU Honor Code. We have all heard the words. This is the time you can ask confidential questions about the 'fine points' of the Code, what it is about, and University processes. A great chance to talk to students who are on this student-run panel.
Event Image Professor of Islamic Art, Eva Hoffman: "Mediterranean Discourses and the Taming of Islamic Art"
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The CU Mediterranean Studies Group Presents a Talk By

Eva Hoffman
Professor of Islamic Art
Tufts University


“Mediterranean Discourses and the Taming of Islamic Art”

The talk will consider how the Mediterranean tradition has been involved as a frame for the emergence of Islamic art.  It will then explore how intersections between the Mediterranean sphere and Islamic art challenge “Mediterranean” and “Islamic” categories and identities.

March 11 at 4:00 PM
Eaton Humanities, #1B90

Followed by a roundtable discussion including Brian Catlos (Religious Studies), Celine Dauverd (History) and Claire Farago (Art History)

The Spring 2015 Mediterranean Studies Group is sponsored and supported at CU-Boulder by Religious Studies, Art and Art History, The Center for Western Civilization, The College of Arts and Sciences, Jewish Studies, Classics, Spanish and Portuguese, History and French and Italian.  Current information for all events is listed on our website: www.cumediterranean.info



 

 

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit on display at CU-Boulder
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The exhibit showcases Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of the artist’s books. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. It is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image ROOTED
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM


Rooted is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs, which aims to dig into the roots of various cultures and social issues. This is done in a welcoming, safe environment that encourages community discussion and engagement. Each week explores a new topic, often with a presenter or panel in the form of faculty, student groups, or community members, who share their expertise, mission, or experience. Rooted adheres to the DSCC mission to serve underrepresented student groups, provide opportunities to enhance cultural awareness, and to contribute to the intellectual, cultural, social, ethical, and personal growth of all students. This event is free and open!

Wednesdays from 4:30pm – 6:00pm in the DSCC (UMC 457)

Further Information can be Found Here: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/dscc/programs


If you are interested in collaborating with the DSCC on a Rooted event please contact:
Renee Marino at
renee.marino@colorado.edu 
Event Image Sharon Park, violin, doctorate recital
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Beethoven, Ysaÿe, Kreisler, Schubert and Brahms
Event Image Application Deadline: Bartlesville, Oklahoma Career Trek
5:00 PM - 5:00 PM

  • ​Open to those emphasizing in accounting, finance, operations, information systems and business minors who are freshmen, sophomores or juniors
  • Visits include ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66
  • Dates: Sunday, March 29, 2015 - Tuesday, March 31, 2015
  • Cost: $400 - includes fligh, hotel, and some meals
  • Application due by 5pm on Wednesday, March 11th - Apply Now!
  • More details about this trek can be found here

Russian 1
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Russian 1
ALTEC
Galina
Science Discovery Teen Cafe: Is there anywhere on Earth like Mars?
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

All teens are welcome to attend free teen science cafes at the CU Museum of Natural History. Please register for events here: http://sciencediscovery.colorado.edu/program/teen-cafe/ Boulder's March café will feature Laura Grace Beckerman, a PhD candidate in Geology, who studies Mars's environment. Laura Grace does her research in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, where she examines places that may share similar histories and characteristics to places on Mars. Come learn about the field of planetary geology, why we look for these "terrestrial analog" sites, how they can help us understand Mars past and present, and how they can inform the search for life on Mars. Science Discovery’s Teen Science Café offers Colorado teens opportunities to meet and interact with local scientists in a fun and informal setting. The Teen Science Café meets monthly at each of two locations, one in Boulder and the other in Denver. The Science Discovery Teen Café is a founding member of the Teen Science Café Network. Café topics span a wide range of STEM fields – from ecology to medicine to astrophysics!
Event Image Femme International Chapter Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Femme International is a new Global Health Chapter at CU Boulder. We are dedicated to promoting women's health in East Africa through education and sustainable solutions. We will be meeting every Wednesday for the remainder of the Spring semester. We encourage all interested students to come to a meeting to join or learn more.
Event Image First Annual Hebrew Shmooze-A-Palooza
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Singing! Dancing! Free Food! Fun!

 

Join the students of CU-Boulder's Hebrew classes and the Program in Jewish Studies for our first annual Shmooze-A-Palooza, a celebration of the Hebrew classes and community at CU!

 

First Annual Hebrew Shmooze-A-Palooza

Wednesday, March 11 @ 6:00PM - 8:00PM

University Memorial Center, Glenn Miller Ballroom

Open to ALL CU-Boulder students, faculty and staff of ALL backgrounds, Jewish and non-Jewish

Knowledge of Hebrew not necessary to attend

 

The night will be filled with a variety of musical and dance performances by CU-Boulder Hebrew students. Delicious Middle Eastern food will be served!

 

Don't know any Hebrew (yet)? Join us anyway! The Program in Jewish Studies is open to ALL students of ALL majors and backgrounds, Jewish and non-Jewish.

 

Learn more about our Hebrew program, our exciting summer ulpan (intensive Hebrew course), and other cool things going on in the Program in Jewish Studies!

Want to participate? Perform a song? Please contact us at CUJewishStudies@colorado.edu.

Event Image BM Junior Recital: Danielle Gonzalez, percussion
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Ligeti, Shostakovitch and Rachmaninoff 
Event Image Perf Cert Recital: Altius String Quartet- Giordano, Krimm, Ulrich and Reaves
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Mozart, Puts and Beethoven
Event Image The Trial of God
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Written by Elie Wiesel
Directed by Roxxy Duda

Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel’s tragic farce tells the tale of the survivors of a terrible pogrom who decide to put God on trial for the suffering of the Jews. “Not since Albert Camus has there been such an eloquent spokesman for man.” — The New York Review of Books

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

A Queer Endeavor 2-Day Teacher Institute: Affirming Gender & Sexual Diversity (RSVP Required) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Teacher Institute:

Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Research continues to suggest that many teachers feel unsupported in their efforts to create safer, more affirming classrooms and schools for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming students. Our goal, in these institutes, is to change this! 

You’re invited to attend a 2-DAY professional development TEACHER INSTITUTE, hosted by the School of Education at CU-Boulder, focused on gender and sexual diversity.

In these institutes, we hope to organize learning communities across grades, schools, and subjects in which we share our experiences and support one another as we take up topics of gender and sexual diversity in our classrooms and schools. In these gatherings, we'll collaborate, practice, role play, invent, reflect, and basically create amazing trajectories for ourselves and our colleagues. Here’s what these institutes are all about:

  • Collaborating with teacher colleagues in local districts, CU pre-service teachers, and faculty
  • Learning practical strategies for creating safer, more inclusive and affirming classrooms through both the social and academic curriculum (consistent with Educator Effectiveness standards)
  • Creating Standards-based LGBTQ-inclusive lesson plans
  • Becoming a leader in your school and a resource for your staff around these important topics
  • Receiving contact hour credit for licensure recertification
  • Eating yummy food with awesome educators

When: Monday, March 9th and Monday, March 16th, 4:30-7:00 pm (participants must attend both days)

Where: CU-Boulder School of Education (room to be announced)

Space is limited, so please RSVP to aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu by February 14, 2015.

Please include the following in your RSVP: Name, subject area, elementary/ secondary

* Feel free to email with any questions as well!*

TAM Information Sessions (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 1:00 PM

The ATLAS Institute will be hosting a series of information sessions on the Technology, Arts, and Media program.

Interested in the TAM program and adding computing and creative technologies to your major? Come to an upcoming Info Session to learn about TAM and how to sign up for classes for the Fall.

Additional info on the website: http://tam.colorado.edu

 2/18 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

2/25 12-1pm in ATLS 200

 3/4 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200  

3/9 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

3/11 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

3/18 @ 10-11am in ATLS 200

 4/1 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

4/8 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

4/13 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

4/15 @ 1-2pm in ATLS 200

If you have any questions, please contact cuatlas@colorado.edu. 

Kelly Cramer
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Kelly Cramer
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Sophomore Site Visit: Boulder Brands
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

BOULDER BRANDS

Geared towards students interested in the Natural/Organics, Health/Wellness or Food/Beverage industries.  All majors are welcome.

Transportation is NOT provided. 
Meet at Boulder Brands headquarters at 11am.  Boulder Brands is conveniently located on the corner of Pearl and 16th Street.

Visit is scheduled from 11-2 and lunch IS included.
Points covered:

11:00-11:30: Introduction to the company, tour of the office
11:30-12:30: Lunch with Marie Gambon, SVP for People (Human Resources)
12:30-1:00 Jim Leighton, COO and Steve Hughes, CFO 

You may not have heard of Boulder Brands before, but you have probably heard of many of their brands such as EVOL Burrito and Udi’s.  Boulder Brands is also the parent company of Glutino, Earth Balance, Smart Balance, and Level Live.  They have been acquiring an average of one new brand every year and continue to be one of the most respected names in the gluten-free space.  Boulder Brands, Inc. is committed to offering food solutions that give consumers opportunities to improve their lives – one product at a time.  Boulder Brands is one of the largest natural consumer packaged food companies in the United States with annual revenues of more than $460 million.  In January of 2015, it was announced that Boulder Brands has entered into a partnership with Pizza Hut to provide gluten-free pizza crust.  

Go to http://leedscareerdevelopment.sched.org/ to register.
Group Meeting - Kyle/Megan
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

JSCBB B331
Event Image Sophomore Site Visit: Crispin Porter + Bogusky
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Interested in learning more about what a career at an advertising agency might look like? Attend this Sophomore Site Visit to Gunbarrel to learn more. 

Sign up at LeedsCareerDevelopment.sched.org
Academic Skills Development Series at C4C: Sharpening Your Study Skills!
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(Held in C4C, Suite N320)  What are the 10 'must-have' skills to excel in your studies? Strengthen what you do well; identify the areas to improve upon for your success.
Event Image Guest recital: Darrel Hayle, basson
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM

  
Event Image TIGER 2 Workshops: Stepping Outside Your Research Bubble
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM


Stepping Outside Your Research Bubble
Madalyn Kern, Lead 2014-15, Mechanical Engineering

Ever find yourself asking questions like: Does my work really matter? What will happen to it when I leave? How can I make an impact in the world? At this workshop we will explore the world outside of your research lab or workspace. We will discuss what to think about when implementing your research in the real world and how to measure its impact in society. Come, ready to explore beyond the STEM environment and enhance the potential of your research.
Event Image Benefits of On-campus Employment for International Students
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Working on-campus is a great way for international students to gain US work experiences while still in school. Discover the benefits of on-campus employment and how it can help you build your resume, learn valuable skills, and establish important connections. On-campus employment also helps you prepare for CPT/OPT job searches! Organized by Career Services, Student Employment and International Student and Scholar Services.
Event Image Professional Headshots for Leeds Students (Free)
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Need a new photo to put on LinkedIn? Make sure it looks professional! Stop by KOBL S115 on March 12th between 5pm and 6:30pm to get a professional headshot taken. 

Can't attend this time? Don't worry, you can get your photo taken during the time listed below:
Wednesday | April 8th | 5-6:30pm | KOBL s115
Event Image Ralphie's Cooking Basics
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Join your fellow students to learn basic cooking techniques each week at Ralphie's Cooking Basics! The class will be taught each Thursday on a first come, first serve basis from 5:00 p.m. till 6:00 p.m. All materials will be provided. We begin signing up at 4:45 p.m. on Thursdays and space is limited to the first twenty people. To view the schedule of topics for the various cooking classes, visit www.colorado.edu/umc/cookingbasics.
Event Image Leveraging LinkedIn for your Job/Internship Hunt
5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

Learn best practices from a pro on how to use LinkedIn. Open to all Leeds students. Make sure to bring your computer for this hands on interactive workshop! Workshop is in KOBL S129

Taught by branding expert and PMP mentor, Phil Nugent. 

Swedish 2
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Swedish 2
ALTEC
Event Image BME Junior Recital: Chas Douthit, bass
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Von Wolkenstien, Schumann, Rachmaninoff, Meluso and Douthit
Event Image Chamber Orchestra
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  
Event Image The Trial of God
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Written by Elie Wiesel
Directed by Roxxy Duda

Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel’s tragic farce tells the tale of the survivors of a terrible pogrom who decide to put God on trial for the suffering of the Jews. “Not since Albert Camus has there been such an eloquent spokesman for man.” — The New York Review of Books

Event Image Karaoke Nights
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Sing along with us to fun tunes!
8pm in Club 156, next door to The Connection.
Join us for a fun time with friends, great music, and the chance to try out Club 156's sound and light systems.

2015 DATES:
Thursdays at 8pm:

January 15 & 29
February 12 & 26
March 12
April 2, 16 & 30

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection

Friday, March 13, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

A Queer Endeavor 2-Day Teacher Institute: Affirming Gender & Sexual Diversity (RSVP Required) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Teacher Institute:

Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Research continues to suggest that many teachers feel unsupported in their efforts to create safer, more affirming classrooms and schools for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming students. Our goal, in these institutes, is to change this! 

You’re invited to attend a 2-DAY professional development TEACHER INSTITUTE, hosted by the School of Education at CU-Boulder, focused on gender and sexual diversity.

In these institutes, we hope to organize learning communities across grades, schools, and subjects in which we share our experiences and support one another as we take up topics of gender and sexual diversity in our classrooms and schools. In these gatherings, we'll collaborate, practice, role play, invent, reflect, and basically create amazing trajectories for ourselves and our colleagues. Here’s what these institutes are all about:

  • Collaborating with teacher colleagues in local districts, CU pre-service teachers, and faculty
  • Learning practical strategies for creating safer, more inclusive and affirming classrooms through both the social and academic curriculum (consistent with Educator Effectiveness standards)
  • Creating Standards-based LGBTQ-inclusive lesson plans
  • Becoming a leader in your school and a resource for your staff around these important topics
  • Receiving contact hour credit for licensure recertification
  • Eating yummy food with awesome educators

When: Monday, March 9th and Monday, March 16th, 4:30-7:00 pm (participants must attend both days)

Where: CU-Boulder School of Education (room to be announced)

Space is limited, so please RSVP to aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu by February 14, 2015.

Please include the following in your RSVP: Name, subject area, elementary/ secondary

* Feel free to email with any questions as well!*

MA students - EECD Portfolios due
All Day

MA students - If you're in EECD, your portfolio is due on Friday, March 13th.  Please bring it to the Graduate Studies Coordinator in the Education building, Office of Student Services, room 151.
Event Image Pay Day
All Day

Pay day for February 15, 2015 - February 28, 2015 pay period.
Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Northern Colorado Council Scholarships
All Day

The CFEB Northern Colorado Council awards $1,000 scholarships to one incoming freshman and one continuing undergraduate student. Applicants must be the legal dependent of a current or retired federal employee living in Larimer, Weld, Morgan, Logan, Sedgwick, Phillips, Yuma, or Washington County in Colorado.

Applicants must submit an application.

For more information and to apply visit: http://www.colorado.feb.gov/index.php?content=22&page=NorthernColoradoCouncil

Deadline to apply: March 13, 2015

Event Image Department of History Welcomes: The Ninth Annual TRANSforming Gender Conference (Multi-Day Event)
8:30 AM

The Ninth Annual TRANSforming Gender Conference

March 13-14, 2015

About the TRANSforming Gender Conference

The University of Colorado-Boulder’s TRANSforming Gender Conference is celebrating its ninth year! The Conference hosts national and local transgender, genderqueer, and Two-Spirit activists and scholars to raise awareness of how we can celebrate the diversity of gender and biological sex. This year’s conference will feature the following keynotes:

Amos Mac

Amos Mac lives and works in New York as a photographer, writer and publisher.  His images have been featured in The New York Times, Interview, Vogue Italia, BUTT Magazine, Capricious, Rangy and Out, amongst other publications. In 2009 Mac and Rocco Kayiatos co-founded Original Plumbing: the seminal quarterly publication documenting the culture of transgender men.  Informational and entertaining at once, OP has featured interviews with, and portraits of, Geo Wyeth, Margaret Cho, Ian Harvie, Austin Bjorkman, Kate Bornstein, Silas Howard and many others.  In addition to editing and publishing, Mac has photographed the majority of Original Plumbing’s content.  Recent notable projects include a collaboration with Los Angeles-based performance artist Zackary Drucker.  Initiated by Mac, a series of portraits taken in Drucker’s upstate New York childhood home formed the content of the first issue of his publication Translady Fanzine.  

 

Mattee Jim 

Mattee Jim is of the Zuni People Clan and born for the Towering House people clan, this is how she identifies as a Navajo. Mattee has been active in the HIV field for the past 15 years, she has presented at several Conferences such as the International AIDS Conference, United States Conference on AIDS, and the National HIV Prevention Conference, and many more. Mattee currently is employed with First Nations Community HealthSource as a Supervisor for HIV Prevention Programs. She is also a decision making member for the New Mexico Community Planning and Action Group which addresses HIV Prevention within the State of New Mexico, Co-Chair for Transgender People of Color Coalition, Board Member for Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico, Planning Committee Member for Circle of Harmony, Transgender Advocate, Trainer, Consultant, and Extraordinary Person. Mattee’s Journey has been a Blessed one since she started her sobriety several years ago. 

 

The Conference is free and open to the public! (We will be asking for a cost-free registration at a later date.) In addition to nationally recognized speakers, we are excited to be including workshops and panels throughout the conference. Previous presenters and participants have included academics, health professionals, community organizers, performance and visual artists, students, faculty, staff, youth, family members, community members, and other interested folks.

 

Kelly Cramer
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Kelly Cramer
Digital Manufacturing & the Next Revolution: An Industry/University Workshop
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

The University of Colorado Boulder is hosting an interactive workshop with the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) for companies to learn about DMDII's mission, network with research faculty, and form strategic partnerships. DMDII is the nation’s flagship research institute for developing and demonstrating cutting-edge digital technologies to reduce the time and cost of manufacturing, strengthening the capabilities of the U.S. supply chain, and reducing acquisition costs for both consumer and defense markets.

Digital manufacturing uses an integrated, computer-based system composed of simulation, 3D visualization, analytics and various collaboration tools to create product and manufacturing process definitions simultaneously in a cyber-secure environment. Design innovation is the ability to apply these technologies, tools and products to re-imagine the entire manufacturing process from end to end.

DMDII members include a wide range of companies involved in the digital transformation of the U.S. manufacturing economy — manufacturers, manufacturing equipment suppliers, design software companies, system integration hardware, and software suppliers.

Currently, there are seven new project calls totaling more than $25 million. This interactive workshop will discuss how to become a member of DMDII and receive funding for applied research projects. It will facilitate networking and dialogue vital to solving the most difficult technical challenges, with faculty delivering brief overviews of their research programs. Companies will also have the opportunity to provide DMDII with feedback on engagement from an industry perspective.

For an agenda or to register, please visit www.colorado.edu/engineering/dmdii-workshop. 
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Environmental Engineering Seminar
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Title: Reliability and Stability of On-Site Wastewater Performance: Statistical Modeling to Incorporate User Inputs over System Life Cycle.

This week's speaker will be Laura Kohler, CU Boulder.
Energy Talks - CU Energy Club!
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Energy Talks is a weekly informal discussion series. Every week, a topic is chosen and a few articles are posted on the site, for background information. Free lunch is provided by the club, and discussion is always a nice break from your daily routine. For Spring 2015 we will meet every Friday of classes at 12 noon in Koelbel 220. If you have an idea for a topic or want to lead a session, fill out this form: http://goo.gl/forms/cbxNJuHRW7
ICS Spring 2015 Colloquia Series - Adele Goldberg, Ph.D.
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Adele Goldberg, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Psychology
Princeton University

Title:
Explain me this: how we Learn what not to Say

Abstract: In certain cases, linguistic formulations are semantically sensible and syntactically well-formed, and yet noticeably dispreferred (e.g., ??She disappeared the ticket; ??the afraid boy). Experimental evidence suggests that competition in context—statistical preemption—plays a key role in learning what not to say in these cases.  I will also offer a proposal as to why adult second language learners seem to have more trouble avoiding these dispreferred utterances.

Event Image Sophomore Site Visit: Hotel Boulderado
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Interested in the hospitality or events industry? Learn all about how this historic Boulder hotel is run by attending this Sophomore Site Visit to learn more. 

Sign up at LeedsCareerDevelopment.sched.org
Event Image Sophomore Site Visit: Markit on Demand
12:30 PM - 3:15 PM

Interested in learning more about the technology behind Markit on Demand? Attend this Sophomore Site Visit to learn more. 

Sign up at LeedsCareerDevelopment.sched.org
Event Image Understanding Self and Others
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help  students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics, and other personal concerns.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
Swedish
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Swedish Coaching
Mark Knowles
Event Image Crafternoon
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Come join the CU Women’s Resource Center for a fun afternoon of crafting. Come make new connections, relax, and let your creativity loose! All students, staff, and faculty are welcome! February – Mini Mason Jar Candles March – Plastic Spoon Flower Jewelry April – T-shirt to Tank Transformations
Event Image Understanding Self and Others
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help  students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics, and other personal concerns.

To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops 
Yoga Snacks for EveryStudent©!
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 244) Experience Yoga Safely, learn how yoga can help you with stress, improve your learning. Come to have fun! Mats provided or bring your own.
Event Image Fresh Minds: New Graduate Student Research
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

CU-Boulder’s top doctoral students discuss what they’re most engaged with, in 5-minutes or less

 

Friday, March 13, 3:30 – 5 p.m. 

Location:  Norlin Library, Center for British and Irish Studies, 5th floor

Free and open to the public.  Light refreshments will be served.

 

Event Image International Coffee Hour
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

CU students, scholars, staff and faculty are welcome at International Coffee Hour. Are you... Someone who likes good conversations with interesting people? An armchair traveler? An International Affairs major? A Study Abroad Program returnee? An international student or scholar? A GRAPer? Please join us for International Coffee Hour Friday afternoons across from Baby Doe's and the Alfred Packer Grill in the UMC Grill. International Coffee Hour happens every week except during school holidays and summer. Free refreshments! No reservations are required.

Event Image International Coffee Hour
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Join International Student & Scholar Programs (ISSP) every Friday during the spring semester for free coffee, tea, and cakes.

Meet us inside the UMC Dining Room across from Baby Doe's Coffee & Bakery. 
Event Image MM Recital: Joseph Piontek
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Berg, Beethoven, Debussy and Copland
Event Image Extreme Bowling Friday Nights
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Friday & Saturday Nights
7 pm - Close

Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It's the ONLY Extreme Bowling you'll find in Boulder - and it's fun for everyone!

Win prizes for Color Head Pin Strikes!! Note: must tell the Connection Staff before bowling.

2015 DATES:
Fridays and Saturdays
Closed March 27

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Event Image BM Junior Recital: Bryce Reiber, trombone and Reid Lasley, trombone
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Kalinkowitch, Hidas, Spillman, Davis, Williams, Ewazen, Haydn and Miller
Event Image Così fan tutte
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Mozart’s witty opera buffa follows 24 hours in the lives of two beautiful sisters whose scandalous infidelities make for a comic romp that was considered too hot for audiences even in the early 20th century. Featuring some of the composer’s most sumptuous arias, duets, and ensemble pieces make for a decadent and enchanting evening of opera. Sung in Italian with English surtitles.
Event Image DMA Recital: Jessica Nilles, piano
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Soler, Schubert, Liszt and Brubeck
Event Image The Trial of God
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Written by Elie Wiesel
Directed by Roxxy Duda

Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel’s tragic farce tells the tale of the survivors of a terrible pogrom who decide to put God on trial for the suffering of the Jews. “Not since Albert Camus has there been such an eloquent spokesman for man.” — The New York Review of Books

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

A Queer Endeavor 2-Day Teacher Institute: Affirming Gender & Sexual Diversity (RSVP Required) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Teacher Institute:

Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Research continues to suggest that many teachers feel unsupported in their efforts to create safer, more affirming classrooms and schools for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming students. Our goal, in these institutes, is to change this! 

You’re invited to attend a 2-DAY professional development TEACHER INSTITUTE, hosted by the School of Education at CU-Boulder, focused on gender and sexual diversity.

In these institutes, we hope to organize learning communities across grades, schools, and subjects in which we share our experiences and support one another as we take up topics of gender and sexual diversity in our classrooms and schools. In these gatherings, we'll collaborate, practice, role play, invent, reflect, and basically create amazing trajectories for ourselves and our colleagues. Here’s what these institutes are all about:

  • Collaborating with teacher colleagues in local districts, CU pre-service teachers, and faculty
  • Learning practical strategies for creating safer, more inclusive and affirming classrooms through both the social and academic curriculum (consistent with Educator Effectiveness standards)
  • Creating Standards-based LGBTQ-inclusive lesson plans
  • Becoming a leader in your school and a resource for your staff around these important topics
  • Receiving contact hour credit for licensure recertification
  • Eating yummy food with awesome educators

When: Monday, March 9th and Monday, March 16th, 4:30-7:00 pm (participants must attend both days)

Where: CU-Boulder School of Education (room to be announced)

Space is limited, so please RSVP to aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu by February 14, 2015.

Please include the following in your RSVP: Name, subject area, elementary/ secondary

* Feel free to email with any questions as well!*

Event Image Department of History Welcomes: The Ninth Annual TRANSforming Gender Conference (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 6:00 PM

The Ninth Annual TRANSforming Gender Conference

March 13-14, 2015

About the TRANSforming Gender Conference

The University of Colorado-Boulder’s TRANSforming Gender Conference is celebrating its ninth year! The Conference hosts national and local transgender, genderqueer, and Two-Spirit activists and scholars to raise awareness of how we can celebrate the diversity of gender and biological sex. This year’s conference will feature the following keynotes:

Amos Mac

Amos Mac lives and works in New York as a photographer, writer and publisher.  His images have been featured in The New York Times, Interview, Vogue Italia, BUTT Magazine, Capricious, Rangy and Out, amongst other publications. In 2009 Mac and Rocco Kayiatos co-founded Original Plumbing: the seminal quarterly publication documenting the culture of transgender men.  Informational and entertaining at once, OP has featured interviews with, and portraits of, Geo Wyeth, Margaret Cho, Ian Harvie, Austin Bjorkman, Kate Bornstein, Silas Howard and many others.  In addition to editing and publishing, Mac has photographed the majority of Original Plumbing’s content.  Recent notable projects include a collaboration with Los Angeles-based performance artist Zackary Drucker.  Initiated by Mac, a series of portraits taken in Drucker’s upstate New York childhood home formed the content of the first issue of his publication Translady Fanzine.  

 

Mattee Jim 

Mattee Jim is of the Zuni People Clan and born for the Towering House people clan, this is how she identifies as a Navajo. Mattee has been active in the HIV field for the past 15 years, she has presented at several Conferences such as the International AIDS Conference, United States Conference on AIDS, and the National HIV Prevention Conference, and many more. Mattee currently is employed with First Nations Community HealthSource as a Supervisor for HIV Prevention Programs. She is also a decision making member for the New Mexico Community Planning and Action Group which addresses HIV Prevention within the State of New Mexico, Co-Chair for Transgender People of Color Coalition, Board Member for Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico, Planning Committee Member for Circle of Harmony, Transgender Advocate, Trainer, Consultant, and Extraordinary Person. Mattee’s Journey has been a Blessed one since she started her sobriety several years ago. 

 

The Conference is free and open to the public! (We will be asking for a cost-free registration at a later date.) In addition to nationally recognized speakers, we are excited to be including workshops and panels throughout the conference. Previous presenters and participants have included academics, health professionals, community organizers, performance and visual artists, students, faculty, staff, youth, family members, community members, and other interested folks.

 

Event Image "Speak the speech, I pray you:" Shakespearean Acting for Adults (ages 21+)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Have you ever watched a great Shakespearean actor and wondered: how do they do it? In this acting class for adults, you can reap the benefits of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actor Anne Sandoe's extensive experience as she introduces you to voice, text, and movement techniques that professional actors use to create compelling Shakespeare performances. The 6-week course will culminate in a final showing of monologues and scenes. No prior experience necessary. 
Event Image CU on the Weekend: Sleep and Healthy Aging
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Healthy and adequate sleep is critical for maintaining optimal health, cognition, and well-being. Disruption of sleep and of the internal circadian clock have been shown to increase the risk of and contribute to many age-related health problems including obesity, diabetes, heart and vascular disease, cancer, cognitive impairments and accidents. Join Kenneth Wright, associate professor of integrative physiology, for discussion about the basics of sleep, how sleep changes with age, how to identify common age-related sleep problems, identify common factors that contribute to age-related sleep problems, the consequences of disturbed sleep, and strategies to improve sleep. This event is part of CU on the Weekend, which is free and open to the public. For the full program description or to sign up for an email reminder, visit: http://conted.colorado.edu/cuontheweekend.
Event Image BM Senior Recital: Taryn Lee, horn
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

  
Event Image Charles Goodman, tuba, undergraduate student recital
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

  
Event Image The Trial of God
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Written by Elie Wiesel
Directed by Roxxy Duda

Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel’s tragic farce tells the tale of the survivors of a terrible pogrom who decide to put God on trial for the suffering of the Jews. “Not since Albert Camus has there been such an eloquent spokesman for man.” — The New York Review of Books

Event Image BM Senior Recital: Luke Hill, violin
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Beethoven, Lutoslawski and Saint-Saëns
Event Image Culture Shock: the 7th annual multicultural talent showcase
6:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Join Sigma Psi Zeta, Pi Delta Psi and the Cultural Events Board as they present the 7th annual multicultural talent showcase, Culture Shock. The talent show will feature guest performances from Andrew Garcia, Brian Puspos and JR Aquino. The goal of the event is to raise multicultural awareness by showing that culture is not limited to a singular definition based on race and ethnicity. This event is sponsored by Student Outreach & Retention Center for Equity (SORCE), Arts and Sciences Student Government (ASSG), Cultural Unity and Engagement Center (CUE) and Residence Hall Association (RHA). http://tinyurl.com/cultureshock15
Event Image Extreme Bowling Saturday Nights
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Friday & Saturday Nights
7 pm - Close

Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It's the ONLY Extreme Bowling you'll find in Boulder - and it's fun for everyone!

Win prizes for Color Head Pin Strikes!! Note: must tell the Connection Staff before bowling.

2015 DATES:
Fridays and Saturdays
Closed March 27

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Event Image Così fan tutte
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Mozart’s witty opera buffa follows 24 hours in the lives of two beautiful sisters whose scandalous infidelities make for a comic romp that was considered too hot for audiences even in the early 20th century. Featuring some of the composer’s most sumptuous arias, duets, and ensemble pieces make for a decadent and enchanting evening of opera. Sung in Italian with English surtitles.
Event Image MM Recital: Seth Miller, percussion
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

 
Event Image The Trial of God
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Written by Elie Wiesel
Directed by Roxxy Duda

Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel’s tragic farce tells the tale of the survivors of a terrible pogrom who decide to put God on trial for the suffering of the Jews. “Not since Albert Camus has there been such an eloquent spokesman for man.” — The New York Review of Books

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

A Queer Endeavor 2-Day Teacher Institute: Affirming Gender & Sexual Diversity (RSVP Required) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Teacher Institute:

Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Research continues to suggest that many teachers feel unsupported in their efforts to create safer, more affirming classrooms and schools for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming students. Our goal, in these institutes, is to change this! 

You’re invited to attend a 2-DAY professional development TEACHER INSTITUTE, hosted by the School of Education at CU-Boulder, focused on gender and sexual diversity.

In these institutes, we hope to organize learning communities across grades, schools, and subjects in which we share our experiences and support one another as we take up topics of gender and sexual diversity in our classrooms and schools. In these gatherings, we'll collaborate, practice, role play, invent, reflect, and basically create amazing trajectories for ourselves and our colleagues. Here’s what these institutes are all about:

  • Collaborating with teacher colleagues in local districts, CU pre-service teachers, and faculty
  • Learning practical strategies for creating safer, more inclusive and affirming classrooms through both the social and academic curriculum (consistent with Educator Effectiveness standards)
  • Creating Standards-based LGBTQ-inclusive lesson plans
  • Becoming a leader in your school and a resource for your staff around these important topics
  • Receiving contact hour credit for licensure recertification
  • Eating yummy food with awesome educators

When: Monday, March 9th and Monday, March 16th, 4:30-7:00 pm (participants must attend both days)

Where: CU-Boulder School of Education (room to be announced)

Space is limited, so please RSVP to aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu by February 14, 2015.

Please include the following in your RSVP: Name, subject area, elementary/ secondary

* Feel free to email with any questions as well!*

Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Latin America Foundation Scholarship
All Day

The Latin America Educational Foundation awards multiple scholarships to graduating high school seniors, current undergrad and graduate students who are Colorado residents of Hispanic heritage and/or actively involved in the Hispanic community.

Applicants must submit two letters of recommendation, transcripts, financial information, standardized test scores, resume, essays and have a 3.0 GPA.

For more information and to apply visit: http://www.laef.org/Scholarship

Deadline to apply: March 15, 2015

Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Elevations Credit Union Scholarships
All Day

The Elevations Foundation awards multiple scholarships to high school seniors and college students in any area of study.

Applicants must submit an essay, letter of recommendation, and transcripts.

For more information and to apply visit: https://www.elevationscu.com/elevations-community/elevations-foundation/grants--scholarships

Deadline to apply: March 15, 2015

Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Sachs Foundation Scholarship
All Day

The Sachs Foundation awards multiple $5,000 scholarships to graduating high school senior African-Americans with financial need.

Applicants must be Colorado residents and submit three letters of recommendation, a personal statement and have high school GPA of 3.0 or higher.

For more information and to apply visit: http://www.sachsfoundation.org/scholarships/undergraduate

Deadline to apply: March 15, 201

Event Image Così fan tutte
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Mozart’s witty opera buffa follows 24 hours in the lives of two beautiful sisters whose scandalous infidelities make for a comic romp that was considered too hot for audiences even in the early 20th century. Featuring some of the composer’s most sumptuous arias, duets, and ensemble pieces make for a decadent and enchanting evening of opera. Sung in Italian with English surtitles.
Event Image Josh Reed, jazz trumpet, doctoral student recital
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

  Hersch, Reed and Wheeler
Event Image The Trial of God
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Written by Elie Wiesel
Directed by Roxxy Duda

Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel’s tragic farce tells the tale of the survivors of a terrible pogrom who decide to put God on trial for the suffering of the Jews. “Not since Albert Camus has there been such an eloquent spokesman for man.” — The New York Review of Books

Event Image DMA Recital: Magee Capsouto
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Beethoven, Ysaÿe, IllychTchaikovsky, Part
Event Image Dru Heller, jazz drumset, graduate student recital
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Binney, Watts, Wheeler, Hancock, Heller, Haden and Corea
Event Image Sunday Bowling Leagues
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Early & Late Bowling Leagues
Get your team together and sign up for a league! You need 4 team members for the Early League and only 2 team members for the Late League.

SIGN UP IN JANUARY 
to start February 8th. This is a fantastic value! Lots of fun and a great way to stay connected with friends or meet new people.

Sunday Early League: 6pm - 8:30pm
Sunday Late League: 8:30pm - 10:30pm

2015 DATES:

Leagues run Sundays, February 8 - April 26, 2015
(No leagues on March 22 and March 29)

Click here for the league packet with details and forms.

Questions? Email or call us at theconnection@colorado.edu or 303.735.BOWL (2695)
Event Image BM Junior Recital: Zachary Begley, bass and baritone
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Mozart, Schumann, Poulenc and Williams
Event Image BM Senior Recital: Walter Gorra, jazz piano
7:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Gorra, Junco, Fattoruso, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Jenkins and Coltrane

Monday, March 16, 2015

CU Breaking Club open practice


Free open practice session for any CU Students interested in learning how to Breakdance. All levels welcome! Block 1750: 1750 30th St, Boulder.
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

A Queer Endeavor 2-Day Teacher Institute: Affirming Gender & Sexual Diversity (RSVP Required) (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 7:00 PM

Teacher Institute:

Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Research continues to suggest that many teachers feel unsupported in their efforts to create safer, more affirming classrooms and schools for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming students. Our goal, in these institutes, is to change this! 

You’re invited to attend a 2-DAY professional development TEACHER INSTITUTE, hosted by the School of Education at CU-Boulder, focused on gender and sexual diversity.

In these institutes, we hope to organize learning communities across grades, schools, and subjects in which we share our experiences and support one another as we take up topics of gender and sexual diversity in our classrooms and schools. In these gatherings, we'll collaborate, practice, role play, invent, reflect, and basically create amazing trajectories for ourselves and our colleagues. Here’s what these institutes are all about:

  • Collaborating with teacher colleagues in local districts, CU pre-service teachers, and faculty
  • Learning practical strategies for creating safer, more inclusive and affirming classrooms through both the social and academic curriculum (consistent with Educator Effectiveness standards)
  • Creating Standards-based LGBTQ-inclusive lesson plans
  • Becoming a leader in your school and a resource for your staff around these important topics
  • Receiving contact hour credit for licensure recertification
  • Eating yummy food with awesome educators

When: Monday, March 9th and Monday, March 16th, 4:30-7:00 pm (participants must attend both days)

Where: CU-Boulder School of Education (room to be announced)

Space is limited, so please RSVP to aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu by February 14, 2015.

Please include the following in your RSVP: Name, subject area, elementary/ secondary

* Feel free to email with any questions as well!*

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
MA students - Comps oral defenses March 16 - April 1
All Day

MA students -  If you are in EFPP or EPSY and completing your comprehensive exam, please contact your committee chair to schedule your oral defense to take place sometime between March 16th and April 1st.
PhD students - Comps oral defenses March 16 - April 1
All Day

PhD students -  If you completing your comprehensive exam, please contact your committee chair to schedule your oral defense to take place sometime between March 16th and April 1st.
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Cognitive Lunch Series
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

MUEN E214
12:00 - 1:00 PM

Speakers: Alejandro de la Vega, CU Boulder

Topic:  Dissertation Project
Swedish 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Swedish 2020
Event Image I Love Mondays
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Join us every Monday for a free activity that will be sure to cure your case of the Mondays. Activities include tie-dye, cookie decorating, a live dj, pumpkin painting, build-a-bear workshops, and more! The event is always free and a great way to get your week started.

To learn each week's activity, visit www.colorado.edu/umc/mondays 
Test Anxiety/Stress Management
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 150)  Presenter: Alyssa Fredricks, Pre-Doctoral Therapist, Counseling and Psychological Services
Event Image Faculty Meeting (TBD)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Faculty Meeting
 
Monday,March 16th
 
Muenzinger Psychology Building
 
Room E214 - 4pm
 
Agenda TBD
Portuguese Table
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Portuguese Table
Marcelo
CU Vocal Jazz Choir, Madrigal Singers and Barbershop Quartet
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

  
Russian 1
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Russian 1
ALTEC
Galina
Event Image Teen playwriting class: writing a 10-minute play (ages 14-18)
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

This class will take us through the process of writing a play. Starting with writing exercises to help us learn about how a play works, we will compose, collaboratively workshop, revise and then perform a staged reading of our own 10-minute plays. Beyond our writing, we will also discuss playwriting in the American theatre. What do playwrights do? How do new plays get produced? The class will also be given the opportunity to submit their plays to national young playwrights contests.

Teacher: Sarah Johnson

Classes will be held at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival Cottage at 1301 Grandview Ave. near CU-Boulder.
Event Image Monday Night Bowl
6:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Mondays, 6pm-close
$8 per person for 2 hours unlimited bowling. Shoes and a fountain drink included.
Come alone, with friends and/or family and have fun! This is the best deal!

2015 DATES:
Mondays January 12 - April 27.
(Check back for summer hours.)
Not offered on Monday, January 19, due to 6pm closure for holiday, and Monday, March 3, during CU Spring Break.

The Connection Bowling Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection 
Event Image BM Senior Recital: Cecelia Swanson, cello
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Bach, Schumann and Brahms
CU Vocal Jazz Choir, Madrigal Singers and Barbershop Quartet
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  
Percussion Ensemble
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
Gift Expenditure cut-off to make the March 20 CUF wire transfer
All Day

Gift expenditure cut-off
Event Image Time Collection Due
All Day

Off-Campus time collection is due March 17, 2015 for pay period March 1, 2015 - March 14, 2015. The pay date is March 27, 2015.

On-Campus time collection is due March 19, 2015 for pay period March 1, 2015 - March 14, 2015. The pay date is March 27, 2015.

Technologies that Reshape our Understanding of Language
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Technologies that Reshape our Understanding of Language
Mark Knowles
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
DILS Tibetan
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

DILS Tibetan
Eben Yonnettr
Let’s Talk Tuesdays: Academic Skills Walk Ins!
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

(Held in Fleming 190)  Confidential and personal. Let us help you identify obstacles; work out a plan of action. All questions, in any major or academic area are welcomed.
Event Image Neuroscience Seminar Series
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday, March 17th

CU-Boulder – Interdepartmental Neuroscience Seminar Series

Muenzinger Psychology, Room E214, 4 pm

Kenneth P. Wright Jr., Ph.D.
Department of Integrative PhysiologyUniversity of Colorado

“Time Cues for Human Circadian Clocks”

The circadian time keeping system drives near-24-hour rhythms in physiology and behavior so that biological processes (e.g., metabolism and sleep) occur at optimal times of day. The period of the  “master”  circadian clock, located in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the hypothalamus, in humans is on average slightly longer than 24h. Thus, to remain in synch with the 24h Earth day, endogenous circadian clocks require environmental input.  This talk will describe key concepts of human circadian timekeeping, cell-autonomous clock mechanisms, entrainment of endogenous clocks, ways of measuring circadian timing in humans in vivo and in human cells, and will discuss recent findings on the influence of light and caffeine on human circadian timing.


(For additional information, please contact Linda Watkins at: linda.watkins@colorado.edu)

Walk in Study help at Norlin Commons! Tips, talk, and tricks! (Student to Student Series)
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

A tutor will be there to answer your questions every Tuesday from 4-6. Held in Norlin Commons, Rm 1- E116 (red room).
Event Image Shakespeare’s Lost Play (ages 12-18)
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

We know Shakespeare wrote a play called Cardenio, and we know that his company performed it; we just don’t know what happened to the play. People have been searching for traces of this lost play for hundreds of years, but nobody really knows for sure what it really might have looked like. That’s all about to change. As a class, we will use some of the evidence that we do have about Cardenio and knowledge about how Shakespeare wrote characters and plot to recreate the lost play. This is a class where you will be working on your feet, creating the scenes and performing the characters that will make up our play. At the end of the class, you will perform our version of Cardenio, complete with costumes and props designed by the class.

Teachers: Kaily Anderson and Sarah Johnson 
Event Image Branch Out
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Branch Out is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs. Branch Out aims to serve the student body with engaging, culturally educational programming. Events are held every Tuesday at 5:00 pm and range from cooking, dance classes, film screening and crafts. These events offer a more interactive way for students to engage in diversity programs and provide a way for students to learn about other cultures.
Nancy Bocanegra
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Nancy Bocanegra
Evaluating Mule Deer Migration Behavior, Tools of the Trade and What We Have Learned
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Recent technological advances in monitoring animal movements have allowed for detailed investigations on migratory behavior. In climates that experience extreme seasonal weather shifts, it is common for animals to migrate to different elevations throughout the year in order to find the nutrition they need to survive and reproduce. In this presentation, Dr. Chuck Anderson will examine the methods and techniques used to address migration behavior, and provide examples from a mule deer research project being conducted in northwest Colorado.

This is the second lecture of the Steps in Stone Lecture Series on animal locomotion to accompany the  Steps in Stone, Walking Through Time exhibit. This series of talks will celebrate the movements of animals on Earth—both today and in the past. 

Event Image Faculty Tuesday: Daniel Kellogg, composer
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
Time collection for monthly payroll - 5:00 pm
All Day

Monthly payroll time collection
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
TAM Information Sessions
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

The ATLAS Institute will be hosting a series of information sessions on the Technology, Arts, and Media program.

Interested in the TAM program and adding computing and creative technologies to your major? Come to an upcoming Info Session to learn about TAM and how to sign up for classes for the Fall.

Additional info on the website: http://tam.colorado.edu

 2/18 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

2/25 12-1pm in ATLS 200

 3/4 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200  

3/9 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

3/11 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

3/18 @ 10-11am in ATLS 200

 4/1 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

4/8 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

4/13 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

4/15 @ 1-2pm in ATLS 200

If you have any questions, please contact cuatlas@colorado.edu. 

Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
ROTATE Seminar
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM

Education Rm. 330
Event Image Creating your online professional identity : Norlin Learners Lunch
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

What do people find when they google you? Are you presenting your academic and professional achievements in the best possible light? This workshop will ways in which you can use academic social networking tools such as Research Gate and Academia.edu to make connections, to upload papers, and to start to participate in the broader realm of digital scholarship.
Swedish 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Swedish 2020
Faculty Meeting
1:15 PM - 4:00 PM

Education RM. 231
Getting Unstuck: When Writing Anxiety Gets in Your Way
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 150)  No one said writing at the College level would be easy. This workshop will provide techniques and suggestions for you to ‘Get Unstuck’. Even if you don’t have a paper looming in the immediate future, these ideas can help you out!
Event Image Men's Group
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Connect with other men to gain the support and inspiration you need. We explore all the things we face as men, including: relationships, social dynamics, troublesome behaviors, hopes and dreams, work and life direction, and masculinity in general.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
School of the Environment and Sustainability Colloquium Series
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Old Main

Speaker: TBD

Co-Sponsored by the Environmental Studies Program and the School of the Environment and Sustainability.
Event Image ROOTED
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM


Rooted is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs, which aims to dig into the roots of various cultures and social issues. This is done in a welcoming, safe environment that encourages community discussion and engagement. Each week explores a new topic, often with a presenter or panel in the form of faculty, student groups, or community members, who share their expertise, mission, or experience. Rooted adheres to the DSCC mission to serve underrepresented student groups, provide opportunities to enhance cultural awareness, and to contribute to the intellectual, cultural, social, ethical, and personal growth of all students. This event is free and open!

Wednesdays from 4:30pm – 6:00pm in the DSCC (UMC 457)

Further Information can be Found Here: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/dscc/programs


If you are interested in collaborating with the DSCC on a Rooted event please contact:
Renee Marino at
renee.marino@colorado.edu 
Event Image Metric Theory Information Session
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

ATTENTION Marketing students!
Who are we? We have offices in San Francisco and Denver.

We are a data-driven marketing company focused on driving results for clients, to learn what they look for when hiring! We are hiring PPC Analysts, Account Managers, and Associate Account Executives. Positions are posted in career buffs.

Food will be provided.

Event Image QWIC (Queer Women in Community)
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Are you a queer woman looking for a community on campus? QWIC is a social gathering that meets in the Women’s Resource Center. Join us for free food, conversation, and fun!This semester we are going to be meeting from 5:30-7 p.m. in UMC 416 (The Women’s Resource Center). We will also be going on fun free field trips!

The upcoming schedule of dates: 1/ 28 Meeting in UMC 416 week of 2/8 Field Trip 2/ 25 Meeting in UMC 416 week of 3/ 8 Field Trip 3/ 18 Meeting in UMC 416 week of 4/ 5 Field Trip 4/ 22 Meeting in UMC 416

For more information see our website: www.colorado.edu/wrc 
or
Contact: Dkeama Alexis wrcoutreach@colorado.edu
Russian 1
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Russian 1
ALTEC
Galina
Event Image Femme International Chapter Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Femme International is a new Global Health Chapter at CU Boulder. We are dedicated to promoting women's health in East Africa through education and sustainable solutions. We will be meeting every Wednesday for the remainder of the Spring semester. We encourage all interested students to come to a meeting to join or learn more.
Event Image 8 & 9-Ball Billiards Tournaments
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Every other Wednesday. $5 entry fee.
Sign up starts 6pm at the Connection Front Desk; play begins at 7pm.

Tournaments run in either double elimination or round robin format. BCA rules apply. Prizes for Top Finishers!

2015 DATES:
8-Ball Billiards Tournaments:
February 4
March 4
April 8

9-Ball Billiards Tournaments:
January 21
February 18
March 18
April 22

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection

Event Image Chautauqua Education Series: Standardized Testing & Special Needs
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

STANDARDIZED TESTING AND SPECIAL NEEDS
Featuring Professor Derek Briggs
Chautauqua Education Series

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2015, 07:00 PM 
Chautauqua Community House
$10.00 ($7.00 Member)
Buy Tickets Online

There is considerable controversy over the use of standardized tests to assess academic progress of children with special needs. The very act of standardization appears to conflict with the tailoring of a student’s learning goals through an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Some also argue that the process of preparing students to take a standardized test takes away valuable time that could be spent on more authentic learning activities. CU-Boulder School of Education Professor Derek Briggs will discuss the pros and cons of standardized testing for children with special needs. He will also explore the features of the newly designed large-scale assessments that all Colorado students will be taking in the spring of 2015 and discuss how these features may address frequently raised concerns about standardized testing.

Event Image Pendulum New Music
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
Time collection for biweekly pay period ending 3/14 - 5:00 pm
All Day

Biweekly time collection 
Kelly Cramer
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Kelly Cramer
Energy Frontiers 2015
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Energy Frontiers is a free event that will run from 10 am to 5 pm on March 19th in the Glenn Miller Ballroom of the University Memorial Center. The event includes panel discussions, a keynote address by Dan Arvizu of NREL, a student poster competition, and an energy career & networking fair.
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Ralphie's Cooking Basics
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Join your fellow students to learn basic cooking techniques each week at Ralphie's Cooking Basics! The class will be taught each Thursday on a first come, first serve basis from 5:00 p.m. till 6:00 p.m. All materials will be provided. We begin signing up at 4:45 p.m. on Thursdays and space is limited to the first twenty people. To view the schedule of topics for the various cooking classes, visit www.colorado.edu/umc/cookingbasics.
Swedish 2
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Swedish 2
ALTEC
Event Image Systematics, Social Evolution, and Historical Biogeography of Sweat Bees
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Sweat bees are a hyper abundant and diverse group of insects that present difficult but intriguing challenges to biologists. The incredible behavioral diversity of sweat bees makes them ideal candidates for studies of social evolution. Their high abundance and distribution make them important contributors to the ecosystem, namely as pollinators.  However, the taxonomy of the group is extremely challenging which complicates the understanding of pollination, conservation and evolution. In this presentation, Dr. Jason Gibbs will discuss efforts to resolve taxonomic barriers, the diversity of social behavior, and ongoing efforts to understand sweat bees' historical biogeography and social evolution.
Event Image BM Junior Recital: Meghan Dunne, flute
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Muczynski, Telemann and Bome
Event Image Jazz Ensemble III
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  

Friday, March 20, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
HRMS available for review or inquiry only
All Day

HRMS production
Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Kaiser Permanente Diversity Scholarship
All Day

The Kaiser Permanente Colorado's Diversity & Inclusion Center of Expertise awards multiple scholarships to graduating high school seniors or current college students enrolled in a health care program and pursuing a career in health care.

Applicants must be Colorado residents and submit an application, resume, essay, references, transcripts and have a  2.7 GPA.

For more information and to apply visit: https://app.smarterselect.com/programs/20908-Kaiser-Permanente

Deadline to apply: March 20, 2015

Event Image Spring 2015 Last Day to Change Final Exam Schedule
All Day

Last day for students to make arrangements with their instructor if they have three or more final exams on the same day or two final exams scheduled to meet at the same time.
Kelly Cramer
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Kelly Cramer
Linguistics MA Comp Exam
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Linguistics MA Comp Exam
Cynthia Clark

 

Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Environmental Engineering Seminar
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Title: Studying environmental photochemistry using laser spectroscopy.

This week's speaker will be: Kristopher McNeil, ETH, Zurich.
Energy Talks - CU Energy Club!
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Energy Talks is a weekly informal discussion series. Every week, a topic is chosen and a few articles are posted on the site, for background information. Free lunch is provided by the club, and discussion is always a nice break from your daily routine. For Spring 2015 we will meet every Friday of classes at 12 noon in Koelbel 220. If you have an idea for a topic or want to lead a session, fill out this form: http://goo.gl/forms/cbxNJuHRW7
Event Image Understanding Self and Others
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help  students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics, and other personal concerns.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
Event Image Understanding Self and Others
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help  students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics, and other personal concerns.

To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops 
Yoga Snacks for EveryStudent©!
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

(Held in Fleming 244) Experience Yoga Safely, learn how yoga can help you with stress, improve your learning. Come to have fun! Mats provided or bring your own.
Event Image International Coffee Hour
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

CU students, scholars, staff and faculty are welcome at International Coffee Hour. Are you... Someone who likes good conversations with interesting people? An armchair traveler? An International Affairs major? A Study Abroad Program returnee? An international student or scholar? A GRAPer? Please join us for International Coffee Hour Friday afternoons across from Baby Doe's and the Alfred Packer Grill in the UMC Grill. International Coffee Hour happens every week except during school holidays and summer. Free refreshments! No reservations are required.

Event Image International Coffee Hour
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Join International Student & Scholar Programs (ISSP) every Friday during the spring semester for free coffee, tea, and cakes.

Meet us inside the UMC Dining Room across from Baby Doe's Coffee & Bakery. 
Event Image BM Junior Recital: Shea Brown and Kimberly Bridges, sopranos
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

  
Event Image Charles Daniel, tenor, graduate student recital
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

  
Event Image Calling all Gamers! Video Game Tournaments!
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Different Games Each Friday!
Are you a gamer? Want bragging rights? Here's your chance!

Sign up starts 6pm at the Connection Front Desk; play begins at 7pm. $5 entry fee.

Games are on PlayStation 3, XBOX 360 or Nintendo Wii gaming systems.Tournament formats are double elimination and/or round robin.

Prizes available for top finishers!

2015 DATES:

January 23: NBA 2K15 (PS3)
February 6: Call of Duty: Advance Warfare (PS3)
February 20: NHL 15 (XBOX 360)
March 6: FIFA 15 (XBOX 360)
March 20: Super Smash Bros. BRAWL (Wii)
April 10: Mario Kart (Wii)
April 24: TitanFall (XBOX 360)
Event Image Extreme Bowling Friday Nights
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Friday & Saturday Nights
7 pm - Close

Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It's the ONLY Extreme Bowling you'll find in Boulder - and it's fun for everyone!

Win prizes for Color Head Pin Strikes!! Note: must tell the Connection Staff before bowling.

2015 DATES:
Fridays and Saturdays
Closed March 27

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Event Image BM Junior Recital: Jamey Morgan, trombone
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Larsson, Monaco and Pryor
Event Image BM Senior Recital: Catherine Wilcox, mezzo-soprano
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  
Event Image Spring 2015 Last Day to Drop a Course via MyCUInfo (11:59 p.m.)
11:59 PM - 11:59 PM

Last day for students to drop a course via MyCUInfo. All dropped courses are assessed 100% of tuition and fees ($0 refund), and a W grade is posted to transcripts.

After this date, all dropped courses require the instructor's and dean's signatures on a Special Action Form, available at the instructor's department. Additional approval, such as petitioning the dean, may be required for some colleges (check with your school or college). See Drop/Add for more information.

After this date, Education students (in addition to Music, Environmental Design, Law and MBA students) require a dean's signature on withdrawal requests.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
Event Image Extreme Bowling Saturday Nights
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Friday & Saturday Nights
7 pm - Close

Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It's the ONLY Extreme Bowling you'll find in Boulder - and it's fun for everyone!

Win prizes for Color Head Pin Strikes!! Note: must tell the Connection Staff before bowling.

2015 DATES:
Fridays and Saturdays
Closed March 27

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.

Monday, March 23, 2015

CU Breaking Club open practice


Free open practice session for any CU Students interested in learning how to Breakdance. All levels welcome! Block 1750: 1750 30th St, Boulder.
Spring Break 2015 (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Spring Break: March 23-27, 2015
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Campus closed Friday, March 27th
Event Image Spring Break (No Classes; University Closed on Fri., Mar. 27) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Spring Break 2015 (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Spring Break: March 23-27, 2015
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Campus closed Friday, March 27th
Event Image Spring Break (No Classes; University Closed on Fri., Mar. 27) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Branch Out
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Branch Out is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs. Branch Out aims to serve the student body with engaging, culturally educational programming. Events are held every Tuesday at 5:00 pm and range from cooking, dance classes, film screening and crafts. These events offer a more interactive way for students to engage in diversity programs and provide a way for students to learn about other cultures.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Allocation changes and creates due for Mar business
All Day

Email: Maggie.Young@Colorado.EDU
Creation, validation and departmental approval of cost transfers, JEs and PETs due
All Day

JEs and PETs for Fund 30/31 projects and Fund 34 gift fund journals are due for Mar
Gift Expenditure cut-off to make the March 31 end-of-month CUF wire transfer
All Day

Gift expenditure cut-off
Spring Break 2015 (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Spring Break: March 23-27, 2015
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Campus closed Friday, March 27th
Event Image Spring Break (No Classes; University Closed on Fri., Mar. 27) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Men's Group
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Connect with other men to gain the support and inspiration you need. We explore all the things we face as men, including: relationships, social dynamics, troublesome behaviors, hopes and dreams, work and life direction, and masculinity in general.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
Event Image ROOTED
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM


Rooted is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs, which aims to dig into the roots of various cultures and social issues. This is done in a welcoming, safe environment that encourages community discussion and engagement. Each week explores a new topic, often with a presenter or panel in the form of faculty, student groups, or community members, who share their expertise, mission, or experience. Rooted adheres to the DSCC mission to serve underrepresented student groups, provide opportunities to enhance cultural awareness, and to contribute to the intellectual, cultural, social, ethical, and personal growth of all students. This event is free and open!

Wednesdays from 4:30pm – 6:00pm in the DSCC (UMC 457)

Further Information can be Found Here: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/dscc/programs


If you are interested in collaborating with the DSCC on a Rooted event please contact:
Renee Marino at
renee.marino@colorado.edu 
Event Image Femme International Chapter Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Femme International is a new Global Health Chapter at CU Boulder. We are dedicated to promoting women's health in East Africa through education and sustainable solutions. We will be meeting every Wednesday for the remainder of the Spring semester. We encourage all interested students to come to a meeting to join or learn more.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Spring Break 2015 (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Spring Break: March 23-27, 2015
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Course Reservation Period (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Students who remained on a waitlist during Spring 2015 registration may be eligible to use the Course Reservation program and must visit the Office of the Registrar to add the waitlisted course for Fall 2015.
Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Campus closed Friday, March 27th
Event Image Spring Break (No Classes; University Closed on Fri., Mar. 27) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Group Meeting - Chun/Della
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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Friday, March 27, 2015

Event Image Pay Day
All Day

Pay day for March 1, 2015 - March 14, 2015 pay period.
Spring Break 2015 (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Spring Break: March 23-27, 2015
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Campus closed Friday, March 27th
Event Image Spring Break (No Classes; University Closed on Fri., Mar. 27) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Energy Talks - CU Energy Club!
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Energy Talks is a weekly informal discussion series. Every week, a topic is chosen and a few articles are posted on the site, for background information. Free lunch is provided by the club, and discussion is always a nice break from your daily routine. For Spring 2015 we will meet every Friday of classes at 12 noon in Koelbel 220. If you have an idea for a topic or want to lead a session, fill out this form: http://goo.gl/forms/cbxNJuHRW7
Event Image Understanding Self and Others
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help  students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics, and other personal concerns.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
Swedish
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Swedish Coaching
Mark Knowles
Event Image Understanding Self and Others
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

This group provides a supportive space for students to deepen self-understanding and to explore ways of relating more comfortably to others. This group is also designed to help  students learn to deal with feelings of depression and anxiety, family dynamics, and other personal concerns.

To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops 
Event Image International Coffee Hour
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

CU students, scholars, staff and faculty are welcome at International Coffee Hour. Are you... Someone who likes good conversations with interesting people? An armchair traveler? An International Affairs major? A Study Abroad Program returnee? An international student or scholar? A GRAPer? Please join us for International Coffee Hour Friday afternoons across from Baby Doe's and the Alfred Packer Grill in the UMC Grill. International Coffee Hour happens every week except during school holidays and summer. Free refreshments! No reservations are required.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Event Image Bartlesville, Oklahoma Career Trek (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

  • ​Open to those emphasizing in accounting, finance, operations, information systems and business minors who are freshmen, sophomores or juniors
  • Visits include ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66
  • Dates: Sunday, March 29, 2015 - Tuesday, March 31, 2015
  • Cost: $400 - includes fligh, hotel, and some meals
  • Application due by 5pm on Wednesday, March 11th - Apply Now!
  • More details about this trek can be found here
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Monday, March 30, 2015

CU Breaking Club open practice


Free open practice session for any CU Students interested in learning how to Breakdance. All levels welcome! Block 1750: 1750 30th St, Boulder.
Event Image Bartlesville, Oklahoma Career Trek (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

  • ​Open to those emphasizing in accounting, finance, operations, information systems and business minors who are freshmen, sophomores or juniors
  • Visits include ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66
  • Dates: Sunday, March 29, 2015 - Tuesday, March 31, 2015
  • Cost: $400 - includes fligh, hotel, and some meals
  • Application due by 5pm on Wednesday, March 11th - Apply Now!
  • More details about this trek can be found here
Deadline for fully approved expense reports
All Day

to ensure upload for Feb
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Registration Period for Continuing Degree Students (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Check MyCUInfo for enrollment appointment. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible after their enrollment appointment begins. Registration remains open through May 29.
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Cognitive Lunch Series
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

MUEN E214
12:00 - 1:00 PM

Speakers: James Foster, CU Boulder

Topic: TBA
Swedish 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Swedish 2020
Event Image I Love Mondays
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Join us every Monday for a free activity that will be sure to cure your case of the Mondays. Activities include tie-dye, cookie decorating, a live dj, pumpkin painting, build-a-bear workshops, and more! The event is always free and a great way to get your week started.

To learn each week's activity, visit www.colorado.edu/umc/mondays 
Event Image Musicology Colloquium: Philip V. Bohlman
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Philip V. Bohlman, University of Chicago, IL

"The Rise and Fall of Nationalism in Music"
ENVS Graduate Student Brown Bags
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Environmental Studies Program Graduate Student Brown Bag Series

Speaker: Tyler Kohler

Topic: Diatoms

Location: ENVS Conference Room, Arts & Sciences Office Building 1
Event Image Faculty Meeting (TBD)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Faculty  Meeting
 
Monday, March 30th
 
Muenzinger Psychology Building
 
Room E214 - 4pm
 
Agenda TBD
Portuguese Table
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Portuguese Table
Marcelo
Event Image Teen playwriting class: writing a 10-minute play (ages 14-18)
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

This class will take us through the process of writing a play. Starting with writing exercises to help us learn about how a play works, we will compose, collaboratively workshop, revise and then perform a staged reading of our own 10-minute plays. Beyond our writing, we will also discuss playwriting in the American theatre. What do playwrights do? How do new plays get produced? The class will also be given the opportunity to submit their plays to national young playwrights contests.

Teacher: Sarah Johnson

Classes will be held at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival Cottage at 1301 Grandview Ave. near CU-Boulder.
Event Image Monday Night Bowl
6:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Mondays, 6pm-close
$8 per person for 2 hours unlimited bowling. Shoes and a fountain drink included.
Come alone, with friends and/or family and have fun! This is the best deal!

2015 DATES:
Mondays January 12 - April 27.
(Check back for summer hours.)
Not offered on Monday, January 19, due to 6pm closure for holiday, and Monday, March 3, during CU Spring Break.

The Connection Bowling Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection 
Event Image The Ginzburg Geography: A Sonic Exploration of Italian Antifascism
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

As part of this year's Day of Radical Jewish Music, join the Program in Jewish Studies, the Department of Italian, and the CU Art Museum for a public concert with Jewlia Eisenberg and Charming Hostess.

The Ginzburg Geography: A Sonic Exploration of Italian Antifascism

Concert with Jewlia Eisenberg and Charming Hostess

Monday, March 30 @ 7:00PM – 9:30PM

Old Main Theater

Free and open to the public
Please RSVP to CUJewishStudies@colorado.edu

This event will live music, as well as a conversation between Jewlia Eisenberg of Charming Hostess with professors Valerio Ferme and David ShneerSpoken word in Italian and English will be performed by students in the Department of Italian and the Program in Jewish Studies, and the event will feature a bilingual Italian-English zine about Ginzburg by Jewish Studies major, Italian minor Shikari Browne.

The Ginzburg Geography is drawn from the life and work of Natalia and Leone Ginzburg, Italian Jews famous for anti-fascist resistance and intellectual brilliance. It is a sonic map focusing on where they lived together: Turin, Pizzoli, and Rome. Charming Hostess' map refers to specific physical locations, but also resonates with the actions and relationships associated with those places, allowing a sense-memory of places in time. Much of the information in their map comes from the Ginzburgs’ writing on place.

The map of The Ginzburg Geography is comprised of new and traditional music drawing from the Italian regions of Piemonte, Abruzzo and Rome; from Italian Jewish liturgy, the oldest and most remote in Europe; and from Italian anti-fascist songs – work chants and resistance anthems. This iteration of The Ginzburg Geography is in concert form. It will soon be presented as an immersive performance that maps not only the journeys of the Ginzburgs, but also those of visitor participants, creating a sonic forest of maps to walk among, listen to, and add to.

Jewlia Eisenberg is a composer, extended-technique vocalist, lay cantor, and the founder of Charming Hostess. She is interested in the particular emotional, erotic and spiritual terrains that the voice can traverse. Her work explores the intersection of text and the sounding body, pushing for translation strategies between verbal and non-verbal languages. Collaborators include anarcholits Fantom Slobode, choreographer Jo Kreiter and filmmaker Lynn Sachs. Commissioned work includes Harmonices Mundi, an opera about Kepler’s mother, and Red Rosa, a song cycle based on the letters of Rosa Luxemburg. She has been an Artist-in-Residence at MIT and University of Denver; she has studied with sozanda Muna Nissimova, Fred Frith and Daniel Boyarin. Hobbies include class war, knitting, and smashing SUV windshields. Brooklyn born and bred, she now calls San Francisco home.

 

Event Image Guest Recital: Peter Steiner, Trombone (Stanley)
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

  

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Event Image Bartlesville, Oklahoma Career Trek (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

  • ​Open to those emphasizing in accounting, finance, operations, information systems and business minors who are freshmen, sophomores or juniors
  • Visits include ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66
  • Dates: Sunday, March 29, 2015 - Tuesday, March 31, 2015
  • Cost: $400 - includes fligh, hotel, and some meals
  • Application due by 5pm on Wednesday, March 11th - Apply Now!
  • More details about this trek can be found here
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Registration Period for Continuing Degree Students (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Check MyCUInfo for enrollment appointment. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible after their enrollment appointment begins. Registration remains open through May 29.
Event Image Time Collection Due
All Day

Off-Campus time collection is due March 31, 2015 for pay period March 15, 2015 - March 28, 2015. The pay date is April 10, 2015.

On-Campus time collection is due April 2, 2015 for pay period March 15, 2015 - March 28, 2015. The pay date is April 10, 2015.

Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
DILS Tibetan
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

DILS Tibetan
Eben Yonnettr
Event Image Shakespeare’s Lost Play (ages 12-18)
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

We know Shakespeare wrote a play called Cardenio, and we know that his company performed it; we just don’t know what happened to the play. People have been searching for traces of this lost play for hundreds of years, but nobody really knows for sure what it really might have looked like. That’s all about to change. As a class, we will use some of the evidence that we do have about Cardenio and knowledge about how Shakespeare wrote characters and plot to recreate the lost play. This is a class where you will be working on your feet, creating the scenes and performing the characters that will make up our play. At the end of the class, you will perform our version of Cardenio, complete with costumes and props designed by the class.

Teachers: Kaily Anderson and Sarah Johnson 
Event Image Branch Out
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Branch Out is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs. Branch Out aims to serve the student body with engaging, culturally educational programming. Events are held every Tuesday at 5:00 pm and range from cooking, dance classes, film screening and crafts. These events offer a more interactive way for students to engage in diversity programs and provide a way for students to learn about other cultures.
Nancy Bocanegra
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Nancy Bocanegra
Event Image Free Poker Tournament
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Free Texas Hold'em Poker Tournaments
Put on your poker face! Sign up at 6pm at the Connection Front Desk; cards fly at 7pm.
Everyone welcome - all skill levels! Prizes for winners.

2015 DATES
Tuesdays on:
January 13 & 27
February 10 & 24
March 10 & 31
April 14 & 28 (Grand Championship Final is April 28)

The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games: www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Event Image Faculty Tuesday: The Music of Richard Toensing
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

 

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Check for unposted Mar journals
All Day

to correct, approve or delete
Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Registration Period for Continuing Degree Students (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Check MyCUInfo for enrollment appointment. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible after their enrollment appointment begins. Registration remains open through May 29.
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
TAM Information Sessions
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The ATLAS Institute will be hosting a series of information sessions on the Technology, Arts, and Media program.

Interested in the TAM program and adding computing and creative technologies to your major? Come to an upcoming Info Session to learn about TAM and how to sign up for classes for the Fall.

Additional info on the website: http://tam.colorado.edu

 2/18 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

2/25 12-1pm in ATLS 200

 3/4 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200  

3/9 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

3/11 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

3/18 @ 10-11am in ATLS 200

 4/1 @ 11-12pm in ATLS 200

4/8 @ 12-1pm in ATLS 200

4/13 @ 4-5pm in ATLS 100

4/15 @ 1-2pm in ATLS 200

If you have any questions, please contact cuatlas@colorado.edu. 

EPSY Seminar
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM

Education RM. 334
Event Image Funding agency requirements for data management : Norlin Learners Lunch
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

This talk will provide an overview of the policies and requirements for data management in place or under consideration at many of the major federal agencies and private foundations that fund research. The talk will feature an in-depth look at the DMPTool, which allows researchers to create customized data management plans, as well as tips for meeting funder requirements for public access to data.
Event Image Google Drive : Learners Lunch @ Music
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Are you intimated or confused by Google Drive? Did you know that you can access all of the creative and collaborative features of Drive using your CU IdentiKey? Come to learn more about Google Drive including how to get started with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Bring your questions and your own device for hands-on learning! Courtney Fell and Sara Corry
Swedish 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Swedish 2020
Mentoring
1:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Education RM. 146
Event Image Men's Group
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Connect with other men to gain the support and inspiration you need. We explore all the things we face as men, including: relationships, social dynamics, troublesome behaviors, hopes and dreams, work and life direction, and masculinity in general.

​To sign up for this workshop, visit:
http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/273#overlay-context=services/groups-workshops
School of the Environment and Sustainability Colloquium Series
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Old Main

Speaker: TBD

Co-Sponsored by the Environmental Studies Program and the School of the Environment and Sustainability.
Event Image ROOTED
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM


Rooted is one of the Dennis Small Cultural Center’s weekly programs, which aims to dig into the roots of various cultures and social issues. This is done in a welcoming, safe environment that encourages community discussion and engagement. Each week explores a new topic, often with a presenter or panel in the form of faculty, student groups, or community members, who share their expertise, mission, or experience. Rooted adheres to the DSCC mission to serve underrepresented student groups, provide opportunities to enhance cultural awareness, and to contribute to the intellectual, cultural, social, ethical, and personal growth of all students. This event is free and open!

Wednesdays from 4:30pm – 6:00pm in the DSCC (UMC 457)

Further Information can be Found Here: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/dscc/programs


If you are interested in collaborating with the DSCC on a Rooted event please contact:
Renee Marino at
renee.marino@colorado.edu 
Event Image Femme International Chapter Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Femme International is a new Global Health Chapter at CU Boulder. We are dedicated to promoting women's health in East Africa through education and sustainable solutions. We will be meeting every Wednesday for the remainder of the Spring semester. We encourage all interested students to come to a meeting to join or learn more.
Event Image DMA Recital: Jason Johnson, horn
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

  
Event Image Spring 2015 Last Day for Grad & Law Students to Change a Graduation Application via MyCUInfo
11:59 PM - 11:59 PM

 
Event Image Spring 2015 Last Day for Spring/Summer Graduates to Apply for Graduation to Have Name in Program
11:59 PM - 11:59 PM

Students may apply to graduate via MyCUInfo. See Graduation for more information.

Thursday, April 02, 2015

Event Image EXHIBIT : PRINT THE LEGEND - The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

A larger than life Buffalo Bill-like character, Joseph Bevier Sturtevant took on the alter ego of Rocky Mountain Joe when Chautauqua opened its doors in 1898. A skilled photographer and self-described Boulder icon promoting the romance of frontier life, Sturtevant sold the nostalgia of the Wild West to early 20th century tourists. Sturtevant skillfully created extravagant tales of growing up on the Western Frontier, fighting in the Civil War and battling Plains Indians that for more than 100 years went unquestioned.  

"Print the Legend: The Real Story Behind Photographer Rocky Mountain Joe" aims to separate the fact from fiction of Sturtevant’s life. The exhibit includes Sturtevant’s photographs and displays of painting tools and photography equipment similar to those that he would have used.  

One of Colorado’s most distinctive yet little-known photographers, Rocky Mountain Joe’s legend is timeless and his photographs open up a window to the past that still shapes our own nostalgic vision of an earlier time. His legacy lives on in the thousands of photographs he took in and around Boulder, making the town's history much richer through his artistic vision.
Event Image EXHIBIT : HIT THE BRICKS! (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Wow your inner child as you explore this creative representation of the CU-Boulder campus constructed entirely from LEGO® blocks. Get a new perspective on some of the iconic buildings, activities around campus and beyond. See what surprises you can discover!  

**CLOSED during the university holidays: Dec. 20 - 28**
Event Image Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

February 14 – May 9, 2015
Opening reception Friday, February 13, 2015, 5-7pm

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art explores the tensions between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition and the personality-driven contemporary art world. Historically, Himalayan works of art were used to support the transmission of Buddhism and rarely attributed to the individual artist. The artworks selected for Anonymous reflect how Tibetan artists around the world are examining questions of identity, self-expression and the roles of tradition in an increasingly globalized society.
Largely drawn from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, installation, and new media works by artists living in the Himalayas and around the world. In addition to artists from Lhasa, others from Dharamsala, Kathmandu, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Thimphu, and Zürich provide for a range of diasporic perspectives on topics ranging from ideas of place to cultural appropriation, and the commodification of Buddhist traditions.
The majority of the video works presented in Anonymous were filmed in Lhasa and provide a window onto the current Tibetan experience. Exhibited without attribution, the videos in Anonymous approach themes of identity and self-expression from an alternate vantage point, embracing anonymity as an opportunity for open exploration and the presentation of often-censored imagery.
Many of the works were created expressly for this exhibition, which originated at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, before travelling to The Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and most recently the Queens Museum, New York.

In addition to Anonymous, and to highlight developments since its Waves on the Turquoise Lake in 2006 —the first museum exhibition dedicated to contemporary Himalayan art in America—CUAM will exhibit additional contemporary Tibetan works drawn from its permanent collection and loans from CU faculty members.

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art at the CU Art Museum is supported in part by the HBB Foundation, CU Art Museum members, and CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment (ACE) fees. 

Event Image Fall 2015 Registration Period for Continuing Degree Students (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Check MyCUInfo for enrollment appointment. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible after their enrollment appointment begins. Registration remains open through May 29.
Finance System Campus Close for Mar - 6:00 pm
All Day

Reminder: please do not create, validate or approve Mar JEs and PETs after 6:00 pm
Event Image EXHIBIT: The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books exhibit is on display now through May 15, 2015 at the University of Colorado Boulder Special Collections Reading Room in Norlin Library. The show features Dieter Roth’s Gesammelte Werke (Collected Works), a 26-volume self-published catalog of reconstructed versions of his books. Dieter Roth (1930-1998) was a poet, artist, and master printmaker. Born in Hannover, Germany to a Swiss father and German mother, Roth was evacuated at age 13 from war-torn Germany to Zürich. He began a pursuit of art and poetry during the several years he was separated from his parents. Roth’s interests would lead him to collaborate with concrete poet Eugen Gomringer, artist Daniel Spoerri, and many other influential figures in the decades after World War II. His acute fascination with poetry, design, and print compelled him to experiment with books and bookmaking. Roth’s innovative use of the book as an artistic medium has contributed to his reputation as one of the most original and imaginative post-war European book artists. Many of his books function as diaries documenting his daily activities and obsessive creative outpouring. Others, made by collaging accumulated studio waste, serve as tribute to his life and artistic pursuits. Launched in 1969, Gesammelte Werke took Roth over 10 years to complete and involved collecting, editing, revising, expanding, and in some cases embellishing his unique and previously published works. Gesammelte Werke is not a chronological presentation of Roth’s activities, but rather an artistic archival undertaking. The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books was curated by German PhD candidate Maggie Rosenau, who is also enrolled in the Museum Studies Certification Program. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and an opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in the Norlin Library Special Collections Reading Room. For more information, email spc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-6144.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Early-Bird & Mid-Day Break Specials
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Mondays through Fridays

Take a break during your day, unwind and de-stress in a FUN way!

Bowling Weekday Breaks, per person (Monday-Friday):
Early-Bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/game; $1/shoe rental for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular game rates; $1.25/shoe rental.


Billiards Weekday Breaks (Monday-Friday):
Early-bird Special (11am-2pm): $1/hour for everyone.
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): 1/2 regular rates.
Event Image Sophomore Site Visit: DaVita
11:00 AM - 3:15 PM

Interested in learning more about the healthcare industry? Attend this Sophomore Site Visit to hear all about this Denver based kidney dialysis company.

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