Pop Up Pantry: Shop for free, healthy food

Even if you receive student loans and pay rent, you may not be able to afford food. The Pop Up Pantry is for you! If you’re in need of food, come shop for free food, including fresh produce, at our mobile pantry!

Saturday, April 22, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Hillel Parking Lot, 2795 Colorado Ave, Boulder

'Tripod: Mead, Bateson, Bali'

Tripod: Mead, Bateson, Bali is a mixed-media documentary performance about ethnography, art, purpose and the systems in which we find ourselves. Learn more at CU Boulder Today.

CAS Speaker Series
Friday, April 7
Showtimes at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Old Main Chapel

Sponsored by the Center for Asian Studies, Department of Anthropology, College of Media, Communication and Information, Center for Documentary and Ethnographic Media, and Department of Critical Media Practices

Got a baby bump? Paid research study for first-time moms

Perinatal Emotion and Relationships Longitudinal Study (PEARLS)

Researchers in CU’s Department of Psychology and Neuroscience are recruiting women who are currently pregnant with their first child to participate in a paid study of their experiences of pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period. The study can be completed online, over the phone and from your home.

If interested, please contact Laura River, study coordinator, by email or phone.

Email: | Phone: 303-735-7547

Interested in earning a master's degree in China?

Schwarzman Scholars is a highly-selective international scholarship designed to prepare future leaders for success in a world where China plays a key global role. Students earn a professional master’s degree in global affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing, along with leadership training, a network of senior mentors, practical training/internships and travel seminars.

Best for juniors and seniors with very strong GPAs. Join a Schwarzman representative to learn more.

Wednesday, April 12, 2 to 3 p.m
Norlin Library, room S-421

Sexuality and religion panel April 6

LGBTQ+ Students of Faith will be hosting a panel on the intersections and conflicts between faith, gender identity and sexuality. Come with questions and an open mind as we discuss how these intersecting identities impact our lives. Light refreshments will be available.

Join us in Humanities 10 at 6:30 p.m. this Thursday, April 6.

Paid Women's Wellness Research Study

CU Boulder Psychology and Neuroscience Department researchers are conducting a study designed to help prevent depression, reduce stress and promote health and well-being. Earn up to $225, and get a copy of your MRI on DVD.

Participant qualifications :
• Women with a history of depression
• Ages 18 to 55
• Willing to participate in two MRI scans
• Smartphone users with data plan
• Have internet access
• Have normal or corrected-to-normal vision

Please email for more information.

James Wright book release April 18

The human face of combat is on full display in James Wright’s new book Enduring Vietnam: An American Generation and Its War. Based on personal accounts and 160 interviews with veterans and their families, Wright forms a complete picture of the complicated and ambivalent nature of this war and the young people involved: who they were, what they did in battle and what their sacrifices meant.

Books will be for sale at the event, and the author will be available for signing.

Tuesday, April 18, 6:30 p.m.
Old Main Chapel

MALfunction #6: Materiality

MALfunction is a series of intimate events curated by Maya Livio that question where media and society, research and practice meet. Each event features one researcher and one artist whose projects examine a similar technological theme.

The upcoming materiality session will feature researcher Ben Fino-Radin and artist Melanie Clemmons. It is free and open to the public. RSVP via Facebook.

Tuesday, April 11, at 6:30 p.m.
CU Museum of Natural History