One Soldier's Account of the Sand Creek Massacre

So Long to CDs: Learner’s Lunch @ Music 9/24

Using Evernote to Manage Your Stuff: 9/24 Norlin Learner's Lunch

You have opinions, we have pizza! Deadline extended

Booker Prize Shortlist


The Booker Prize shortlist has been announced! For the first time in its history, the prize is now open to any nationality rather than just British writers. To Rise Again At a Decent Hour by Joshua Ferris The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler J by Howard Jacobson The Lives of Others…

Photo of the Month!

25th Reunion of ATO, May 5th, 1926

Fraternity Anniversary Fraternities and sororities can be a big part of students’ experience during their academic career.  Being a member can lead to friendships and future professional connections that can last beyond the college experience. Alpha Tau Omega, (ATO), is a fraternity founded in Richmond, Virginia on September 11, 1865 by Otis Allan Glazebrook.  Many famous people belonged to this fraternity including some notables like writer/playwright, Thomas…

Graduate Students — Get a Smart Start to Grad School!


Join us for the Smart Start to Grad School Workshop Series–a six-session workshop series is designed to help graduate students develop concrete skills related to balancing your work and social life, time management, and study skills. We will also hone skills in writing, research and reviewing literature, and assembling a way to keep track of what you read. Get a smart start to graduate school–even if you started…

Insert citations quickly into Google Docs


Woot! You can now insert citations quickly and easily into Google Docs Open a document in Google Docs, then select Tools > Research. Or use shortcut Ctrl+Alt+Shift+I. Find the paper or study you’d like to cite by selecting Scholar in the search bar, then searching by keyword or author. Select the study or paper and click either Cite as footnote or Insert. Cite as footnote…

Wagon Train to the Stars

Star Trek Wolff

Premiering in the Fall of 1966 on NBC, Star Trek may be one of the greatest successful failures in all of television history, and a lesson to all future executives who might think about cancelling cult favorite science fiction television shows.

Academics Online


Digital technologies and shifting academic practices provide an opportunity to reexamine current models of scholarship, networking, publishing, and teaching. Come join your local community as we examine the implications and opportunities for change. Sessions will be held each day during the week of September 15th – 19th, 2014 from 3 – 4 pm in Norlin E113. To RSVP, For additional information please email,…

Using Qualtrics: Learner’s Lunch @ Music 9/17


Have you ever needed to gather information from a large group of people, but don’t want to spend time collecting and counting paper response forms? This session will demonstrate the use of Qualtrics, a powerful online survey suite available free to all CU faculty, staff, and students. Qualtrics is an internet-based tool for creating and deploying surveys via website links or email. Users can create…