Academics

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How accessible are your course materials?

May 25, 2017

As you reflect on the past year and consider how you might refine future courses, the Office of Information Technology would like to highlight resources that can help ensure accessibile course materials for all.Read more »
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Libraries pledge support to CU Boulder authors publishing in Elementa

May 23, 2017

The CU Boulder Libraries Open Access Fund will fund a minimum of five articles written by CU Boulder authors as a gesture of support for Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene.Read more »
Larry Levine and Mary Kraus

Evaluating our learning management system: Intent to enter into negotiations

May 18, 2017

The Learning Management System (LMS) Evaluation Initiative is now complete. A recommendation has been provided to campus leadership, and an announcement will be made once contract negotiations are complete.Read more »
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Wake up for your actual life

May 12, 2017

Today, the university welcomed the class of 2017 into the Forever Buffs family. The spring commencement ceremony honored more than 6,400 candidates for degrees and featured commencement speaker and alumna Kate Fagan.Read more »
Tactile sensors mounted on a commercial gripper (Nikolaus Correll)

Seven research teams receive commercialization grants

May 12, 2017

Seven CU Boulder research teams have been selected to receive grants for the development of commercially-promising technologies, reviewed by a panel of external judges.Read more »
RALPHEE vacuum chamber for research

New agreement with Harris to boost research in space antennas, radar, universal exploration

May 11, 2017

CU Boulder and Harris Corporation have announced a new master research agreement, paving the way for more research in analytical instrumentation, space antennas, space payloads and electronics, radar, universe exploration and more.Read more »
Brady Risendal, Marla Bernstein, and Meridith Richter

ATLAS Institute confers its first bachelor's degrees

May 10, 2017

Three students at commencement on May 12 will represent the first class of graduates from the ATLAS Institute's bachelor's program in technology, arts and media. The interdisciplinary program attracts students who want to use technology to design and create innovative projects.Read more »
Faculty members discussing LMS initiative

Evaluating our learning management system: Decision to be announced May 16

May 8, 2017

On May 16, Vice Provost Mary Kraus and Chief Information Officer Larry Levine will announce the final decision of the Learning Management System (LMS) Evaluation Initiative. You can still provide input to this initiative.Read more »
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CU announces new academic, exploratory advising center

May 8, 2017

The Office of Undergraduate Education is excited to announce the launch of the University Exploration & Advising Center (UEAC). Shelly Bacon, assistant vice provost for Advising and Academic Services, shares what the change means for students.Read more »
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New course programming to focus on global experiences

May 8, 2017

Education Abroad is launching Global Intensives: a new course model designed to ensure a broader range of students are able to take advantage of international opportunities and represent CU around the world.Read more »

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