[Non-CAS Event] Please join the Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations for Hindi Night on March 18th from 6:30-9:00pm in HUMN 1B50. Hindi Night is organized by faculty and students of the Hindi language at CU and includes student presentations and performances related to the study of Hindi and South Asia. Dinner will also be served.
[Non-CAS Event] Please join us for an evening with a variety of community professionals from a diversity of careers and backgrounds. The evening will begin with an open forum question and answer panel with prominent professionals from the Boulder/Denver area who have careers in areas pertaining to law, business, non-profit management, academics and Jewish communal organizations, all of whom believe that degrees in Jewish Studies and the humanities are valuable in today's working world.
[CAS Speaker Series] A panel discussion in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protest and June 4th crackdown. Featuring Chris Hammons (Anthropology), Tim Oakes (Geography), Tim Weston (History), and Zhang Ming (Visiting Scholar, Geography).
[Non-CAS Event] Asian Women's movements in the United States are often forgotten or misunderstood, as shown by the heated discussions generated on Twitter by #NotYourAsianSidekick this year. Join Ruvini DeFonseka and Sandra No from the Womrn's Resource Center and Karen Shimomoto from SORCE as they discuss the histories of Asian Women's movements in the United States and where we stand today as a nation. Learn how we can all be better allies to Asian Women in activism and work towards creating a more inclusive feminist movement.
[Non-CAS Event] Amazing speakers from around the world converge on the University of Colorado Boulder for one night! Meet activists Chen Guangcheng from China, Kasha Jacqueline from Uganda, Maryam al-Khawaja from Bahrain, and Park Sang Hak from North Korea.
[Non-CAS Event] Laura Lane, President of Global Public Affairs at UPS, will be the Jackson/Ho China Forum speaker on Thursday, April 17, from 5:00-6:30 pm in room 290 of Anderson Academic Commons. She will discuss “The China-US Economic Relationship: Perspectives from Government and Business.”
[CAS Speaker Series] It's one thing to learn to read with an alphabet that has 26 letters. It's something else to entirely master an alphabet with 2,600+ different letters, or "kanji." Once you master the basic principle of ideographic writing, anyone can start reading the kanji. This lecture explains the concept of ideogram and then moves rapidly through most important kanji used in both Chinese and Japanese writing. Mr. Reid guarantees that those who pay close attention will be able to read Japanese and Chinese by the end of the lesson.
[Non-CAS Event] World Trade Center Denver is going to FULFILL your DREAM! We invite you to attend a fun and exciting full-day session by Rocky Mountain's Regional experts in international trade and business. All students get free entrance and free lunch. This is a collaborative student conference with Colorado Universities.
9:00-9:30 International Trade Opportunities for Colorado
9:30-10:30 Panel: Strategies for Expanding in Growing Markets
[Non-CAS Event] This event is part of the Curator's Circle Lecture Series. This event is free, but reservations are required. Contact Lea Norcross at email@example.com, or call 720-913-0040.