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Students will be at the controls, under the direction of engineers, to better identify and monitor asteroids that could cause devastation to Earth as CU-Boulder's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics embarks on the Sentinel Mission.

Since 1948, about 80 student-athletes and alumni have competed in several Olympic Games, representing the excellence of CU on the international stage. 

CU-Boulder Professor Emeritus Al Bartlett shares themes from his notorious cautionary lecture about the arithmetic of population growth. The video is part of a series that can be viewed at LearnMoreAboutClimate.colorado.edu.  

Facilities Management plans for and provides a physical and operational environment that supports the University of Colorado Boulder's mission of education, research and outreach.

View a fast aerial tour of the spectacular campus and surroundings of the University of Colorado Boulder. Music: excerpt from the University of Colorado Alma Mater, by the Golden Buffalo Marching Band.

What is there to see and do around CU-Boulder? From the Peak-to-Peak Highway to Pearl Street, from Keystone to Red Rocks, from Denver to Eldorado... take a fast scenic tour of some of the sights in every season.

The University of Colorado Boulder has one of the most unique mascots in all of intercollegiate athletics, a real buffalo named Ralphie.

A glimpse of life at CU-Boulder.

The University of Colorado Boulder’s volleyball and basketball practice facility is rated LEED platinum -- the highest designation -- from the United States Green Building Council. The 43,000-square-foot building, adjacent to the Coors Events Center, opened in August of 2011 and houses two NCAA r

Photos from the 2012 Spring Commencement at the University of Colorado Boulder's Folsom Field.   Images appear in chronological order starting with the gathering for the procession at the Norlin Quad.  Photographs by Glenn Asakawa and Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado. 

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