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University Colorado – Boulder awarded GOTV funding

September 7, 2012

  Posted by Campus Compact Campus VotesSeptember 7, 2012

 

Lafayette youth lead Cesar Chavez celebration, march

April 6, 2012

Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett joined Lafayette City Council members Staci Lupberger and Christine Berg at LaMont Does Park on Friday, April 6, for the pinnacle event in Lafayette's 2012 Cesar Chavez Celebration.

The local dignitaries played a crucial role Friday -- that of spectators, and listeners.

Buffs No. 1 in Peace Corps (again!)

March 1, 2012

 

University of Colorado Boulder Peace Corps coordinator Alea Richmond, pictured on the right in white, volunteered for the Peace Corps in Ecuador from 2008 until 2010.

What do 112 CU-Boulder alums have in common? They are all Peace Corps volunteers who helped CU-Boulder become first in the nation for the second consecutive year in Peace Corps participation.

February 21, 2012 Daily Camera CU-Boulder program provides GED prep for staff

February 21, 2012

CU-Boulder program provides GED prep for staff
Student Worker Alliance Program supports needs of CU employees
Whitney Bryen, bryen@coloradodaily.comcoloradodaily.com
Posted: 02/21/2012 03:51:56 PM MST

February 22, 2012 2:56 AM GMTUpdated: 02/21/2012 07:55:29 PM MST

Wonder Kid

December 1, 2011

Co-founder, The Unreasonable Institute
BY: JULIE DUGDALE AND DALIAH SINGER
Daniel Epstein
Co-founder, The Unreasonable Institute

When most people consider starting a business, they mull over things like long-term strategy, building a business plan, and how to beat the competition. When Daniel Epstein, co-founder of the Unreasonable Institute, decided to start one, he thought about how it could positively affect the community.

Peace Corps with a Master’s degree

October 18, 2011

Written by Nina Holtz in News on Oct 18, 2011 4:20

The Peace Corps Master's International Program is now available for master's students to apply. CU's newly adopted program allows students to obtain a master's degree while also performing service work in the Peace Corps.

From left, Brittany Pettersen, Chelsea Canada, Richa Poudyal and Carrie Jackson with New Era Colorado, a political group aimed at the younger generation, work to register voters on the University of Colorado at Boulder campus last week. (Craig F. Walker, The Denver Post)

As the 2012 presidential campaign begins to take shape, the younger generation is again in the spotlight

September 26, 2011

By Caitlin Gibbons The Denver Post POSTED: 09/26/2011 01:00:00 AM MDT UPDATED: 09/26/2011 10:37:47 AM MDT

New CU-Boulder program brings grad school, Peace Corps together

September 23, 2011

By Brittany Anas Camera Staff Writer

Posted: 09/23/2011 08:18:58 PM MDT

The University of Colorado -- which reigns as the top feeder school for the Peace Corps -- is offering a new program allowing students to pursue graduate school and serve in the Peace Corps simultaneously.

Five questions for Peter Simons

August 10, 2011

Director, Institute for Ethical and Civic Engagement, CU-Boulder

Written by Cynthia Pasquale • Issue: August 10, 2011 • Campus: CU-Boulder

Introducing The Yuma Project

July 13, 2011

Today we're excited to present The Yuma Project, a collaboration between art students at The University of Colorado-Boulder and the community of Yuma, Colorado. This project is led by Richard Saxton, an artist and scholar interested in vernacular, place-based expression. Folks may remember our earlier discussions of his work as well his collaborations with the M12 group and The Rural Studio, where Mr. Saxton was previously an artist-in-residence.

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