New York Renaissance basketball team

Why are there no Black basketball team owners?

Nov. 2, 2023

A century ago, a Black-owned team ruled basketball—today, no Black majority owners remain.

Old Main in autumn trees

In symposium, college focuses on persons with disabilities

Sept. 19, 2023

CU Boulder Disability Symposium is scheduled for Oct. 2-6 virtually and in person.

Amelia Dall signing brushing in ASL

Museum creates science teaching tools for deaf students

Aug. 24, 2023

CU Museum of Natural History launches pilot for science-education tools using American Sign Language

Stars and mountains

CU Boulder, Fort Lewis College support Native American astrophysics students

July 13, 2023

Julie Comerford, associate professor of astrophysics, initiated the NSF-funded research program opening pathways to students often underrepresented in physical sciences.

The Bill of Rights

Opening doors for a more robust exchange of ideas

Jan. 24, 2023

CU Boulder tapped for new network to promote positive culture change through viewpoint diversity, open inquiry, and constructive disagreement.

From left to right, Donna Mejia, Angel Sanchez and Paige Massey

Prof, grad student, staff member hailed for DEI work

June 2, 2022

CU president’s office recognizes Donna Mejia, Paige Massey and Angel Sanchez for their work making the university a more diverse, equitable and inclusive place.


This time, together, let us act to combat racism

June 5, 2020

We are deeply saddened by the continued disparate and unwarranted police violence against Black persons across the United States.

Potter and Maeda

New associate deans join college leadership

July 27, 2018

Two new associate deans are poised to support inclusive practice and student success the College of Arts and Sciences at CU Boulder


Harassment and abuse flout our core values

Dec. 8, 2017

Many prominent people have recently been publicly accused of sexual discrimination, harassment and assault, and this has spawned a national conversation. Such talks might be uncomfortable, but they are critically important. Problems not confronted are problems not resolved.