Mountains with Jennifer Ho's face in front

Upcoming CMCI One College Colloquium offers insight into wave of anti-Asian racism during pandemic

Nov. 23, 2021

The College of Media, Communication and Information invites you to join the conversation about anti-Asian racism with Professor Jennifer Ho during its upcoming One College Colloquium.

Du Bois

CU Boulder race scholar reframes Du Bois’ scholarly legacy

Oct. 27, 2021

New Book on W.E.B Du Bois explores the contribution the scholar had on the origins and evolution of intersectionality.

Reiland and Echchaibi in conversation

Colloquium to give inside look at new Center for African and African American Studies

Oct. 22, 2021

CMCI will feature the new Center for African and African American Studies in a conversation between the center's founding director Reiland Rabaka and Associate Professor Nabil Echchaibi.

Antiracism course

Team’s anti-racism course allows thousands to ‘engage with their identity’

June 8, 2021

Anti-racism I and II are available free of charge to any CU Boulder student or employee through Coursera.

Sewell Hall

Five college stars named employees of the year

May 25, 2021

Winners, who were nominated by colleagues, express humility and gratitude.

Chicano Park

Two CU Boulder PhD students win top fellowship

May 18, 2021

Award aims to help promising graduate students focus their attention on scholarly work.

        As fears of anti-Asian violence grow, police seek to be more visible to deter attacks.         AP Photo/Kathy Willens      

White supremacy is the root of race-related violence in the United States

April 8, 2021

Amid the disturbing rise in attacks on Asian Americans since March 2020 is a troubling category of these assaults: Black people are also attacking Asian Americans.

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Students, staff and faculty honored for diversity efforts

April 7, 2021

Recipients, chosen by faculty committee, ‘work tirelessly and most times in the dark’ for diversity and inclusion.

Black Lives Matter on building at CU

Black Lives Matter course aims to foster campus transformation

March 2, 2021

New ethnic studies course offered this spring sparks passion for new center on campus to celebrate Black culture.

COVID classroom

Course on individual, societal wellness during pandemic now freely available

Feb. 22, 2021

CU Boulder’s interdisciplinary course titled Health, Society and Wellness in COVID-19 Times is available to the general public on Coursera.

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