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Engaged Scientist Series: Science is Culture

Science is Culture:  Understanding Power & Privilege in Community-based Research

As communities increasingly grapple with problems of resiliency and environmental health and safety, scientists who are equipped to help are needed. The Engaged Scientist project is a series of free public talks and associated workshops for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. These events aim to equip scientists with community engagement skills.

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LOCC Training

Interested in our teacher professional development training on June 9, 2017?

You can earn 7.5 or 15 hours of professional development credit through participation in this workshop.

 

National Ocean Sciences Bowl - Finals Competition

The Trout Bowl regional winners from Liberty Common High School, will attend the national Finals Competition in Corvallis, Oregon. Over the weekend, they will partake in a career night, Science Expert Briefings (mock congress presentation), educational field trips, and of course the NOSB buzzer competition. Good Luck to Liberty Common High School!

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Lens on Climate Change Screening

Come join us for a lunchtime film screening!

The Lens on Climate Change helps middle and high school students explore the effects of climatic changes on their lives and communities through film production. The short films in our showcase are developed and filmed entirely by students with the help of mentors from CU and the Colorado Film School.

This event is free and open to the public.

Refreshments will be served prior to the screening.

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