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CU-Boulder Bridges Digital Divide With ‘Computers To Youth' Program

May 11, 2010

The University of Colorado at Boulder Environmental Center, with support from a number of campus departments and private sources, is expanding "Computers To Youth," its innovative approach to both protect the environment and benefit disadvantaged communities in Colorado. It is now an ongoing, year-round program with its formal launch set for Saturday, May 15, on the CU-Boulder campus.

CU Law Experts Can Address Kagan Nomination to U.S. Supreme Court

May 10, 2010

University of Colorado at Boulder law professors Scott Moss and Paul Campos can comment on President Obama's nomination of U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan as the nation's 112th U.S. Supreme Court justice.

Volcanic Eruption in Iceland Unlikely to Have Global Effects, Says CU Scientist

April 15, 2010

The eruption of an Icelandic volcano that sent a huge plume of ash into the atmosphere and caused sweeping disruptions of air traffic over Great Britain and Scandinavia today will likely dissipate in the next several days, according to a University of Colorado at Boulder atmospheric scientist.

CU-Boulder's Spring Fest Offers a Wide Range of Activities April 9-11

April 01, 2010

The University of Colorado at Boulder's second annual Spring Fest is expected to draw thousands of students and visitors to campus April 9-11 for the Buffalo Can Challenge, Admitted Student Day, Healthy Kids Day, the spring football game, the Forever Buffs 5K run and other events.

CU's 62nd Annual Conference on World Affairs to be Held April 5-9

March 25, 2010

From April 5 through 9, for the 62nd time since 1948, distinguished guests from throughout the United States and the world will pay their own way to participate in a unique event film critic Roger Ebert refers to as the "Conference on Everything Conceivable."

Job Searches for New Graduates Starting Earlier and Going Longer, Says CU Career Services Director

March 16, 2010

With a struggling economy still gripping the nation, college students graduating this spring are faced with long, competitive job searches, according to Lisa Severy, director of the University of Colorado at Boulder's Career Services office.

CU-Boulder Students Develop Educational Initiative to Inspire Youth Through Space Exploration

March 16, 2010

Aerospace engineering students at the University of Colorado at Boulder have developed an initiative called "We Want Our Future" to inspire the nation's youth and strengthen their interest in science, technology, engineering and math.

Pilot Program to Help CU Students Prepare for LEED Certification Test

March 09, 2010

The University of Colorado Real Estate Center and the U.S. Green Building Council Colorado Chapter today are beginning a pilot program to prepare CU Real Estate Center students to take the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, Green Associate exam.

CU-Boulder Community Leadership Program Celebrates 20 Years of Developing Leaders

March 03, 2010

The INVST Community Leadership Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder has been involving CU students in community service since 1990, and on March 12-14, alumni of the program will gather in Boulder for a 20th anniversary reunion weekend.

CU-Boulder Named One Of Three U.S. Schools To Receive Presidential Award For Exemplary Student Community Service

February 11, 2008

Andra Wilkinson is one of 13,397 reasons the University of Colorado at Boulder is one of only three colleges and universities in the United States to receive a Presidential Award for General Community Service.

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