A new documentary about measuring past climate change as a way to better understand human-caused warming of the planet, which features several Boulder scientists, will be broadcast on Colorado Public Television on Thursday, Aug. 28.
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to campus for the new academic year. This fall you’re going to hear from the combined leadership of the campus on the steps we are taking to improve our culture and climate, and we will be calling on you to be an active participant. Working together, we can make CU-Boulder a model for universities across the nation in creating a vibrant and engaging environment for all.
Marcus Luttrell, a former Navy SEAL and author of The New York Times best-selling book "Lone Survivor," will speak at the University of Colorado Boulderon Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 7 p.m. in Macky Auditorium. Student tickets for the talk, which is sponsored by the Cultural Events Board, are free and will be available in the UMC starting Sept. 2, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Community tickets are $5 and are available now at macky.colorado.edu.
Today, the University of Colorado Boulder welcomed the Class of 2018 to our campus. During this morning's Convocation, I invited them to continue our proud institution's legacy of scholarship and citizenship, and begin their transformation from college freshman to college graduate.
The University of Colorado Police Department’s top goal is to ensure a safe environment for all. A key component of that goal is keeping you informed about crime and campus safety issues. Read more about email and text alerts you’ll receive if serious crimes create an ongoing threat.
Join your colleagues for the 2014 Distinguished Research Lecture with Professor Peter Molnar of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Peter MolnarSciences and the Department of Geological Science.
Mark your calendars for Friday, Sept. 5, 2014, from 4 - 5 p.m., in Old Main Chapel, followed by a reception in the Heritage Center located on the third floor of Old Main. RSVPs are encouraged. To RSVP, please go to http://tinyurl.com/np95bub.
As the University of Colorado Boulder welcomes new and returning students to campus this summer and fall, campus leaders encourage students to keep safety in mind whether they are new to Boulder or returning for another school year.
Although CU-Boulder is a very safe place, unfortunate things can happen. Make smart choices regarding your personal safety and educate yourself so you can safely enjoy the natural environment of Boulder and the surrounding foothills and mountains.
Architect Charles Klauder, who set the campus aesthetic in the early 1900s with the design of several buildings, once said, "Many an old grad has reflected that students may come and go, classes enter and graduate, but that venerable walls and carved chimney-pieces, picturesque gables and vaulted archways endure forever."
CU-Boulder has made major progress this summer in its compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, specifically in programs for students with visual impairments. In addition to fixing technical problems, the campus will also strengthen the awareness of all members of our campus community about how to access new technologies and create a culture in which everyone benefits by continual improvement of accessibility.