Campus Community

Apple orchard

Research seed grant program impacts campus with $1.1 million in funding

The Innovative Seed Grant Program has announced more than $1.1 million in seed funding through 23 grants, one of which will use research on the apple trees and orchards that once covered Boulder as a model for green urban planning.
Historic bridge at Boulder Creek
Flood-mitigation project would replace Boulder Creek bridges
The campus sustainability award winners stand shoulder to shoulder.
Staff and students commended for sustainability efforts
CU Boulder students photograph Recycled Runway participants
From trash to treasure—telling the story of sustainability
Heidi VanGenderen with cherry blossoms, Thomas Jefferson memorial
VanGenderen named CU Boulder's first chief sustainability officer

Leadership Corner

SVC and CFO Kelly Fox

From the SVC: Supporting our front-line service staff

An essential element of the university’s success is its people. As an institution, we need to continuously examine how our employees are supported and connected to our community. This fall, I charged a task force to examine work-life issues for front-line service staff at CU Boulder. These employees play a valued role in the life of the university, and we need to improve our ability to attract, develop and retain employees in these positions and provide a welcoming working environment.

In Focus

Graduate student Eben Yonnetti with Tibetan text

Student unlocks mysteries of Norlin's Tibetan Buddhist texts

Eben Yonnetti was first exposed to Buddhism as an undergraduate studying abroad in Nepal. Now, the Religious Studies grad student is compiling an online guide to Tibetan resources at Norlin Library.