A portrait of Charlotte York Irey with her small white dog in her lap.

‘To dance is to live,’ and dance lives on at CU

Jan. 19, 2017

More than two decades after she had almost single-handedly established the first degree program in dance at CU Boulder, Charlotte York Irey attended the dedication of the new theater named in her honor. Irey recently passed away at 98.Read more »
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New UROP funding available for faculty grants

Jan. 18, 2017

Tenure-track faculty and full-time instructors at CU Boulder can support undergraduates in research, scholarly and creative activities through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). Recent changes have simplified the process by which faculty can apply for various grants.Read more »
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Bounce Back from academic alert, recovery or probation

Jan. 17, 2017

Many of us struggle at some point during our academic career, whether it’s with balancing rigorous coursework and social distractions, adjusting to life on our own, personal or medical challenges or shifting our focus. Whatever the reason, the Bounce Back program is here to help students recover and get back on track.Read more »
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Senior auditors in classes starting Tuesday

Jan. 12, 2017

The Alumni Association's Senior Auditors program is back this spring. After attending the first week of classes and receiving permission, auditors will officially register for classes. Pre-registration is taking place now through Jan. 19.​Read more »
Lakshmi Karamsetti, a participant in the leadership studies minor

What makes a great leader? Leadership minor, speaker series probe the question

Jan. 11, 2017

At a time when 44 percent of hiring managers say recent college graduates lack leadership skills, CU Boulder is sharpening its focus on leadership with a thriving new minor and speaker series that kicks off next month.Read more »
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Look, old media!

Jan. 10, 2017

CU Boulder’s Media Archaeology Lab, founded by Lori Emerson in 2009, enables hands-on teaching, research and artistic practice using computers and other media from decades past.​Read more »
CU alumna and Emmy-winner Alexis Martin Woodall

Emmy winner honed storytelling skills at CU film program

Jan. 10, 2017

CU Boulder alumna Alexis Martin Woodall says film studies program empowered her to craft compelling stories and produce Emmy-winning content, such as "The People v. O.J.​ Simpson: American Crime Story."Read more »
Start-of-semester helpful tips for Desire2Learn

Beginning-of-term D2L workshops start Jan. 13

Jan. 10, 2017

CU's Learning Technology Consultants are hosting a series of Desire2Learn (D2L) workshops with advanced drop-in hours to help make preparing for spring courses a little bit easier.Read more »
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CIRES/NOAA scientist receives presidential honor

Jan. 10, 2017

CIRES/NOAA researcher Anne Perring studies air quality as well as atmospheric particles and climate.Read more »
Student explores marsh as part of UROP project

UROP student grant applications due Feb. 17

Jan. 3, 2017

The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (EROP) funds hundreds of students who produce new knowledge and creative work in partnership with CU's world-class faculty each year. UROP is now accepting grant applications from students for projects planned during summer 2017 and/or academic year 2017-18.Read more »