Dr. Nia Mitchell On Women's Health & Obesity - March 31st, 5:00pm to 6:00pm @ The CU Museum of Natural History
Dr. Nia Mitchell is an assitant professor at the CU School of Medicine with research interests in obesity treatment and prevention for low-income and ethnic minority populations. For more information, visit TINYURL.COM/CUDRMITCHELL
***Hosted by The Caribbean Students Alliance of Boulder
Start Smart Salary Negotiaion Workshop - March 31st, 4:00pm to 7:00pm @ C4C S350
Will you be graduating soon? Do you want to learn skills to negotiate a higher salary and better benefits? $tart $mart is an interactive workshop designed to give college women the confidence and skills to earn fair compensation upon graduation. This is a FREE workshop on March 31st from 4:00-7:00PM in C4C S350 geared towards 3rd/4th year women-identified students on campus.
ROOTED: Better Allies Part II - April 1st, 4:30pm to 6:00pm @ Dennis Small Cultural Center, UMC 457
This ROOTED meeting will be the second session on how to be a better ally. Representatives from the LGBTQ Resource Center will talk social systems, privilege, and what it means to be an ally. Discussion will focus on how to navigate privilege while being an ally to LGBTQ individuals. ROOTED aims to explore cultural and social issues in a welcoming, safe environment to encourage community discussion and engagement.
Kitchen Table - April 2nd, 6:00pm to 7:00pm @ The Women's Resource Center, UMC 416
Kitchen Table is a casual, social and safe space for women of color and multi-ethnic women on campus. Students, staff and faculty are welcomed to attend. Come and enjoy free food, music and great conversation.
Jack Halberstam Queer & Wild: Futures, Pasts & Presents of Queer Studies - April 3rd, 3:30pm to 5:00pm @ the Center for British and Irish Studies, Norlin M549
In a new book on "The Wild," Halberstam tries to develop a new critical vocabulary to access different, transdisciplinary ways of thinking about race, sexuality, alternative political imaginaries and queer futurity. Building on the legacy of Jose Esteban Muñoz on the one hand and dialoguing with new and older world in queer studies, Halberstam repurposes the language of wildness in order to create a switchpoint between different discursive tracks which generally do not intersect.
Crafternoon - April 10th, 2:00pm @ The Women's Resource Center, UMC 416
CU International Festival - April 11th, 4:00pm to 10:00pm @ The UMC Glen Miller Ballroom, UMC 235
The CU International Festival is the largest student event on campus and is free and open to the public. The festival provides the opportunity to share culture, traditions and heritage with the greater Boulder community and promotes and celebrates diversity among students and community members. Participating in the festival increases understanding between cultures and combat stereotypes by educating people about a country and its traditions. There will be performances, booths and food samples from over 35 cultures and world regions.
Watch a preview of the festival here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Steel Pulse - April 13th, Starts at 8:00pm @ The Boulder Theater
All Ages Show, Entry is FREE!!
***Presented by The Caribbean Students Alliance of Boulder
QWIC (Queer Women in Community) - April 22nd, 5:30pm to 7:00pm @ The Women's Resource Center, UMC 416
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!
Our dedication to you. We are dedicated to supporting CU students, faculty and staff as well as our community partners in building a diverse learning, living, and working environment across many identities. The goal of our work is to foster respect for cultural unity in the ways of being, thinking, and living in order to make your experience on this campus a positive one.
Providing you a community of support. The Cultural Unity and Engagement Center believes in providing the best possible support for all its members on campus. There are a number of resources at the center including staff and student peers to help with various life adjustments. Programs and services are designed to fit a variety of individual styles and interests. You can use one of our computers, consult with a staff on goals or just relax in our student lounge.
Providing a welcoming place. The CUE is a department within the Division of Student Affairs and is located on the third floor of the Center for Community (C4C). We serve all students, faculty and staff of the University community. We pride ourselves in developing a center that values diversity, equity and excellence while promoting social justice. Our services support caring human connections that result in a welcoming place for you to be who you are.
Whether you're the first in your family to attend college, have a multicultural background, want to learn how to be an ally, or are new to the United States, you'll find we have a wide array of services that will enrich your college experience. We'll connect you with many resources on campus and our experienced and friendly staff look forward in helping you pursue the path that's right for you. We'll put you in touch with other student, staff, faculty and community resources whose experiences can offer useful guidance and support, and we'll connect you with organizations that will enhance your community involvement and leadership skills.
The Cultural Unity & Engagement Center welcomes you!
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The CUE is an active partner in the development of all students through addressing cross-cultural competencies and personal empowerment. Through our programs and services, we address the intersections of our multiple identities with a particular focus given to students of color and underrepresented populations on the University of Colorado - Boulder campus.
Stop by any time between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Of course, you can also call 303-492-5667 or schedule an appointment. That way you can make sure you won't have to wait but can see someone immediately.