For Current Students
The BOLD Center offers a variety of community-building and skill-building events for engineering students throughout the academic year. Browse the different types of programs we offer below, or for a complete schedule, see the calendar. All programs are free of cost unless otherwise noted.
|Power Hour is a weekly study break, held in the BOLD Center from 4-5 pm every Wednesday. Themes vary from academic to cultural. Here are some topics we’ve had in the past:
Power Hour is also a great opportunity for student groups and industry partners to meet with current engineering students. Interested in hosting a Power Hour? Email Dr. LaRuth McAfee.
|The BOLD Welcome|
|Held at the start of the fall semester, the BOLD welcome is a fun and casual event to welcome returning and new students to CU-Engineering! It’s a great chance to make new friends and catch up with friends before the semester begins.This event is mandatory for some recipients of the BOLD participation scholarship; please check your scholarship requirements.
To register for the 2013 BOLD Welcome,
|Industry Night Events|
|Held in the fall semester, Industry Night is open to all engineering undergraduate and graduate students. Hear first-hand feedback from successful engineers in a variety of industries and find out how they got to where they are. Networking and hors d’oeuvres provided afterward. Dates vary.|
|The Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory (ITLL) program offers a series of Women’s Mastery Workshops, where students can polish their skills or try something new in a safe and supportive environment. Dates vary, check the calendar for the latest information. Topics alsovary; past subjects include:
|The Celebration of Excellence|
|Held in the spring semester, the BOLD Celebration of Excellence is an event to honor the spring graduates, as well as our top students for their academic achievements and contributions to the BOLD community. This is the BOLD Center’s most formal event, and features live entertainment, catered hors d’oeuvres, awards, and much more. Tickets cost $5, but may be waived for students with extenuating circumstances.This event is mandatory for some recipients of the BOLD participation scholarship; please check your scholarship requirements.|