An upcoming event presented by the CU Advocates program will provide an overview of the groundbreaking impact of research undertaken by the University of Colorado’s five Nobel laureates.
At a CU Lunch and Learn presentation, Stein Sture, CU-Boulder vice chancellor of research, will discuss how the work of the Nobel winners has influenced science and society across the globe. The information presented will help CU Advocates talk specifically about the impressive contributions from these five faculty researchers.
The event is set for 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 7 at system administration offices at 1800 Grant St., Denver, in the first floor conference room.
The program is hosted by CU Advocates in the Office of the President.
There’s no charge to attend, but registration is required. Click here to register.
The CU Advocates program has hosted more than 40 forums to build a more informed public of the value of the university, as well as raise awareness about issues affecting higher education.
The CU Advocates program is a way to arm faculty, staff, students, alumni, donors and friends with information on how to be better advocates for the university. To sign up for CU Advocates, click here.
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