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Campus hosts Teaching with Technology Symposium

The 2nd Annual ASSETT Teaching with Technology Symposium will focus on sharing and exploring digital learning at CU. This year’s keynote speaker will be Dr. Jesse Stommel.

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'Corridos sin Fronteras' celebrates regional folk songs

Corridos sin Fronteras (“Ballads without Borders”) is a series of multi-media events celebrating the local folk songs of Colorado and New Mexico. The events include a symposium, two performances, a traveling exhibition and an online interactive educational website.

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Scholars explore Ludlow Massacre on its centennial

History of Colorado Coal Mining Events Coincide with 100th Anniversary of Ludlow Massacre

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Prof hosts events to boost women's body image

Sona Dimidjian, University of Colorado Boulder associate professor of psychology and neuroscience, taught Women’s Mental Health to CU undergraduates last year and was repeatedly inspired by the enthusiasm of students to create a world in which girls and women were less vulnerable to the social pressures that influence health problems like eating disorders and depression.

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Colorado Shakespeare Festival gets new boss

By Clint Talbott The University of Colorado Boulder today announced the hiring of Timothy Orr as producing artistic director of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Orr has been serving as interim director since February 2013 and was hired at the conclusion of a nationwide search for a permanent director. Orr has been with the Colorado Shakespeare […]

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Water shares the stage in CU’s Metamorphoses

Attend a Colorado Shakespeare Festival play in the historic Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre at the University of Colorado Boulder, and you’re well advised to bring rain gear to fend off the occasional passing summer shower. Such precautions have always been unnecessary, of course, in the indoor University Theatre.

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