The Colorado Diversity Initiative
Iniciativa para la Diversidad de Colorado
The University of Colorado at Boulder gives the highest priority to encouraging and supporting diversity. We invite you to explore this web site to learn about numerous science, math, and engineering opportunities that exist at CU-Boulder for both graduate and undergraduate students from historically underserved backgrounds. Please use the links to find the graduate program or undergraduate research opportunity that best fits your interests.
The Colorado Diversity Initiative in science, math, and engineering oversees two major grants that support diversity initiatives. Both the National Science Foundation Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) and the National Institutes of Health Initiative for Minority Student Development (IMSD) grants award assistantships to incoming underrepresented graduate students, offer professional development opportunities, and support undergraduate research efforts.
The Colorado Advantage Graduate Preview Weekend for college seniors and recent graduates was last held November 6-8, 2014. Look for upcoming announcements for 2015's dates!