In-Depth Series

A myriad of experiences during the 2012 Games -- from a 9th-place finish by senior Emma Coburn in the 3,000-meter steeplechase, to amazing performances by amputee-sprinter Oscar Pistorius, whose participation was supported by CU-Boulder research...

Each year, thousands of international students, scholars and study abroad participants enrich our community and beyond.

Although CU-Boulder is a very safe place, unfortunate things can happen. Campus leaders encourage students to make smart choices regarding their personal safety and to educate themselves so they can safely enjoy the natural environment of Boulder...

The Peace Corps has been a calling for generations of CU-Boulder students and alumni as they've planned for and implemented civic engagement and global citizenry through volunteer service.

A campus committed to knowledge, innovation and everyday actions for environmental stewardship

Looking back and ahead: triumph and tragedy, and evolving programs to send humans and cargo into orbit

CU-Boulder established its first graduate program in 1883 when it began offering the degrees Master of Arts and Master of Science. Today CU graduate students work on groundbreaking research alongside Nobel laureates, former astronauts, trend-...

Boosting the number of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics majors pursuing teaching careers

Students travel near and far to work with communities and help solve some of the world's greatest challenges


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