The University of Colorado Board of Regents today heard a report on campus diversity from CU-Boulder Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement Robert Boswell. The board also voted to approve a proposal to change the status of CU-Boulder’s Women and Gender Studies from program to department.
In the midst of the Civil Rights Movement, an African American woman dedicated herself to the strenuous fight for equality. Though she could not vote, her voice would contribute to a lasting victory. This woman, CU-Boulder student Joseph Soto’s grandmother, inspired her grandson to fight discrimination with the same zeal.
Tularemia, a rare but serious bacterial infection transmitted to humans via sick or dead animals, has been confirmed in Boulder and Larimer counties this spring. A dead vole found on CU-Boulder’s South Campus property (located near Hwy. 36 and Table Mesa Dr.) tested positive for the disease in early June.
Recent heavy rains in Texas and the deadly heat wave in India are indicators that climate change, brought on by increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, is most likely enhancing the effects of these extreme weather events, according to climatologist Jim White, director of CU-Boulder’s Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has decided to close its inquiry into CU-Boulder for possible non-compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The campus believes this decision reinforces our current efforts to improve the accessibility of our digital environments on campus, as well as the direction set by the Chancellor.
Every year the Chancellor's Advisory Committee on GLBT Issues honors outstanding educators and advocates for the LGBTQ community. This year's recipients are Associate Professor sj Miller and International Affairs major Elleayla Bayarjargal.
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A heavy downpour didn't dampen enthusiasm on Saturday, May 9, as CU-Boulder honored candidates for 5,927 degrees during an abbreviated spring commencement ceremony. Cathleen Black, a former media executive and author, gave a shortened speech to the graduates and their families.