Campus & Community

Antonella Abuja

$15 million - and a personal touch - accelerate aerospace research, education at CU Boulder

Antonella Albuja’s doctoral degree in aerospace engineering from CU Boulder just became more valuable, as did the educational, research and career prospects of those who follow her in the Smead Program, thanks to $15 million in support from a notable Colorado family. The gift also names the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences.
Snowy University Memorial Center with flatirons in background
Task Force for International Student Success schedules town hall meetings
Ann Schmeising portrait with an aerial view of the cu boulder campus in the background
Ann Schmiesing permanently named to Graduate School posts
Faculty Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative Phil Weiser
Weiser to lead Innovation and Entrepreneurship initiative
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

Leadership corner

Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement Robert Boswell

From VC Boswell: Enhancing our community

Positive change in the CU Boulder community will require continuous effort and struggle. It is on us to make our community everything we desire and know it can be, starting with individual action and outreach.

In Focus

Former CU employee Judy Collins plays guitar, sings on stage

The album: CU musicians saw national success with folk collaboration

In 1959, the folk music craze sweeping America prompted several CU affiliates to produce a record titled "Folk Song Festival at Exodus," which would later propel one featured group to the Billboard charts and a young employee, Judy Collins, to true superstardom.