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Time and Spaces: A Celebration of Jazz Great Eddie Henderson

CU Denver Experience Gallery

At the CU Denver Experience Gallery On view February 1–April 21, 2024 Opening Reception February 1, 2024, 4–7pm Read about the show in the CAM Newsroom. Gallery hours: Tuesday - Friday: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. FREE + OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Free

Registration begins for Summer in UCDAccess

Check UCDAccess for your specific registration date and time assignment. For best course selection, register as soon as possible after your registration time assignment.

A Polynomial Method for Counting Colorings of S-labeled Graphs

Virtual Event Virtual Event

The notion of S-labeling is a common generalization of classical vertex coloring, signed k-coloring, DP-coloring, group coloring, and coloring of gained graphs that was introduced in 2019 by Jin, Wong, and Zhu. In this talk, we will show a polynomial method for bounding the number of colorings of S-labeled graphs from below. Our method uses a ... A Polynomial Method for Counting Colorings of S-labeled Graphs

Free

Representation Lecture Series | Xinyu Chen

CU Denver Building

CAP Representation Online Lecture Series aims to present emerging architectural practices that engage in innovative and speculative modes of representation. Monday, March 4 Xinyu Chen Instructor, Syracuse University 1 p.m., Third-Floor Gallery, CAP Zoom Room: 978 2303 1246 Xinyu is an architectural designer, artist, amateur writer and photographer. Before coming to Syracuse University, she worked ... Representation Lecture Series | Xinyu Chen

Event Series Belay-A-Buddy

Belay-A-Buddy

Lola and Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center

This course is for new climbers at the climbing gym, or for climbers who would like a refresher. In this course, you will learn the skills required to pass our belay test so that you can belay a climber on our roped climbs Location: CU Denver's Climbing Wall is located on the 2nd floor of ... Belay-A-Buddy

$5

Inclusive Self-Reported Demographics Project – Campus Community Input

CU Denver is re-evaluating our data systems to ensure that the diverse and varied identities of our campus community are accurately reflected in our online systems in an effort to reduce harm and invisibility. This complex effort, called the Inclusive Self-Reported Demographics Project, is a collaborative 2-year initiative between the Office of Information Technology and ... Inclusive Self-Reported Demographics Project – Campus Community Input

What is Undergraduate Research: Getting Involved

LynxConnect
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

Want to get involved with undergraduate research at CU Denver | Anschutz? Not sure where to get started? This interactive workshop will cover the basics of what undergraduate research is, what types of projects our students are involved in, how to search for a position or reach out to faculty, and next steps to get ... What is Undergraduate Research: Getting Involved

Breaking into Finance

Jake Jabs Event Center

Join us at Business Career Center's (BCC) 1st spring event, which will offer Business School students insights into different careers in the finance industry. This panel will include individuals in a variety of different roles from organizations within the Finance industry. AGENDA: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Panel Discussion/Q&A 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Networking ... Breaking into Finance

Free
Event Series CAP Club de Español

CAP Club de Español

CU Denver Building

CAP Club de Español - Spring 2024 Do you know some Spanish? Would you like una oportunidad to practice your Spanish language skills? CAP Club de Español is an informal gathering of Spanish language enthusiasts of all abilities to read or converse en español, learn new vocabulario, and more! The club meets Tuesdays from 12– ... CAP Club de Español

What is RaCAS: Presenting Your Research or Creative Activities

LynxConnect

Are you in a research lab? Have you written a compelling paper? Want to give a performance? Interested in promoting your art, film, or music? We want to showcase your project at the annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium (RaCAS) on Friday, April 26! Join this hybrid info session to learn the basics of what ... What is RaCAS: Presenting Your Research or Creative Activities

The Body Project – Women’s History Month

North Building Classroom, Room 1313

Join The Body Project, a student-led program providing women and femme students opportunities to confront unrealistic beauty standards, boost self-esteem, have fun and make new friends! For more information or to sign-up for an upcoming Body Project workshop please visit: tinyurl.com/BodyProjectAuraria. March 5 and March 12, 3:30 to 6 p.m., North Classroom, Room 1313

Free
Event Series Five Week Sleep Program

Five Week Sleep Program

Lola and Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center

Are you experiencing sleep deprivation? Do you want to understand more about the science behind sleep? This evidence-based sleep program over five weeks will help you answer those questions and more while also giving you every day useful tools to implement into your sleep routine.

Free

Graduate Programs Information Session (webinar)

Zoom

Join us for an online graduate programs information session to learn about all of the MBA and MS offerings at CU Denver Business School. Please register for this event via the following link: https://application.admissions.ucdenver.edu/register/?id=1bd83060-9e2f-425b-bb6b-c0cee1a99215

AIAS Ramadan Social Event

CU Denver Building

Join the American Institute for Architecture Students (AIAS) to create artwork to decorate the College of Architecture and Planning for the Ramadan season. This year, Ramadan begins in the evening on Sunday, March 10 and ends on Tuesday, April 9. Lunch and snacks will be provided in the 2nd Floor Gallery on Wednesday from 10 ... AIAS Ramadan Social Event

Business School Ask Me Anything Café con Leche Inclusion Hour with Antonio Farias, VC for DEI

Jake Jabs Event Center

Antonio Farias, Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, will be visiting the Business School on Wednesday, March 6 from 11am – 12pm. He will be sharing updates on some of the projects underway from the DEI office, and introducing our community to our Inclusive Excellence Council (IEC) representatives and affinity group leaders. This event ... Business School Ask Me Anything Café con Leche Inclusion Hour with Antonio Farias, VC for DEI

Writing an Abstract: Breaking it Down

LynxConnect

Come learn how to write an abstract for your project submissions for the Research and Creative Activities Symposium (RaCAS) on April 26 (or other academic conferences). This event will cover the anatomy of a scholarly abstract, how to use specific and targeted language, what information to include, and making your abstract accessible to everyone. Register ... Writing an Abstract: Breaking it Down

Rooted in Resilience – Women’s History Month

Tivoli 320

Join us as we celebrate the kickoff to Women's History Month with an empowering event rooted in resilience! This year's theme honors the remarkable women who advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion, driving positive change in our communities and beyond. At our event, immerse yourself in a vibrant atmosphere filled with inspiration and empowerment. Explore ... Rooted in Resilience – Women’s History Month

Free

Iron Pour

Arts Building

Iron Pour! Stop by the loading dock on the Arts Building (located outside the building, across from the West Classroom) on Thursday, March 7th from noon to 4pm to see Art Practices Prof. Rian Kerrane and CU Denver art practices students pour hot iron into sculpture molds.

Climbing & Consent Workshop

Lola and Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center

Stop by the Climbing Wall for the Climbing & Consent workshop! This is a collaboration between Health Promotions, Outdoor Adventure, and the Phoenix Center at Auraria! This workshop will span across a 4 hour time window and students will move through the workshop in small groups (they can come whatever time within that time frame). Students ... Climbing & Consent Workshop

Free

Leadership Takes Flight: A Conversation with Oscar Munoz, former CEO of United Airlines

Jake Jabs Event Center

Get ready to embark on a journey of leadership lessons and career guidance with one of the aviation industry's most influential leaders. Born into a Mexican-American family, a first-generation college graduate, Oscar Munoz, former CEO and Chairman of United Airlines, made history as the first Latino CEO of United Airlines. When Oscar took the helm ... Leadership Takes Flight: A Conversation with Oscar Munoz, former CEO of United Airlines

THE CLIMB | Startup Consulting

Business School (BUSB)

THE CLIMB | Startup Pitch Competition is back for Spring 2024 and bigger than ever before! Now that you have a business idea, here’s your chance to get expert feedback and guidance on how to move forward. Ask your most pressing questions to a group of entrepreneurial experts in their respective fields, including marketing, branding, ... THE CLIMB | Startup Consulting

Jerron Paxton & Dennis Lichtman in Concert With the Claim Jumpers

Kenneth King Academic and Performing Arts Center (King Center)

Jerron Paxton (formerly “Blind Boy” Paxton) and Dennis Lichtman are both world-renowned multi-instrumentalists and vocalists whose musical friendship has grown organically in New York City for more than a decade. Paxton and Lichtman’s mutual love of the history, stories, and significance behind the music they play is apparent as they romp through an energetic and ... Jerron Paxton & Dennis Lichtman in Concert With the Claim Jumpers

Event Series MBA Dissertation Openhouse

MBA Dissertation Openhouse

Student Commons Building

MBA dissertations workshop - Effective every Friday throughout semester times only. This event is supported by the Student Activities Fee as a funded event by the Associated Student Government and is free to all currently-enrolled CU Denver students who pay the student activities fee.

Event Series MEIS Open House

Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) Open Houses

Kenneth King Academic and Performing Arts Center (King Center)

Join the College of Arts & Media for an Open House in our Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) department. Prospective music students and their parents are welcome to join one of the following dates: February 2, 2024 from 9am - 2pm. Please register for the February 2nd Open House. February 23, 2024 from 9am ... Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) Open Houses

Free

Last day to request No Credit or Pass/Fail grade for a class

Graduate degree students can exercise the P+/P/F option for undergraduate courses only. Graduate students should consult their school or college regarding the P+/P/F option. A grade of P+/P/S will not be acceptable for graduate credit to satisfy any graduate education requirement.