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Articles February 3, 2017
CU on the Weekend spring series begins Feb. 11
Mark your calendars now for free public lectures given by some of CU Boulder’s most dynamic faculty members. The CU on the Weekend spring series will start Feb. 11, and will feature topics ranging from animal evolution to wrongful convictions to Mayan life to Chinese and American views on the media.
November 28, 2016
Discover the Best Career Path for You This January
The holiday season is a time of year that often asks us to reflect on the meaning of our lives and invites us to change. If you are at a junction in your career, whether you are just entering the job market, interested in making a career change, or seeking…
November 28, 2016
New Course from CMCI: Media Activism and Public Engagement
Learn how to change the world in a new spring 2017 course offered online by CU Boulder’s College of Media, Communication and Information, in partnership with the Division of Continuing Education. Media Activism and Public Engagement challenges students to analyze the theories and practices of activism in both old and…
November 2, 2016
New in 2017: Business Minor Classes
For the first time in Summer Session, the Leeds School of Business will offer two courses for the undergraduate Business Minor. Summer enrollment is ideal for students who want to stay on track to complete their degrees, focus on one or two courses, or pursue this minor but don’t have…
Press Releases October 17, 2016
New Horror Fiction Writing Course At Stanley Hotel This Winter
Continuing Education will offer an advanced horror fiction writing course this January. A portion of the course includes residency at the Stanley Hotel, said by some to be haunted and famously an inspiration for Stephen King’s novel The Shining.