This installation introduces visitors to the ways that incarceration and climate change intersect in the United States

"you couldn't get away from it": entanglements of incarceration and climate change

Dec. 5, 2022

"you couldn't get away from it": entanglements of incarceration and climate change December 2022 Engineering Center South Lobby University of Colorado Boulder Climate change disproportionately burdens the most vulnerable segments of our society, putting those with the fewest resources at greatest risk. Mass incarceration does the same, destabilizing families and...

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WOMAN, LIFE, FREEDOM supporting the Iranian women’s revolution, Nov 30, 6-8pm

Nov. 28, 2022

WOMAN, LIFE, FREEDOM supporting the Iranian women’s revolution Wednesday, November 30th, 2022 6-8 pm Old Main Chapel University of Colorado Boulder Registration is free but required : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-life-freedom-supporting-the-iranian-womens-revolution-tickets-466085673797 Please join us for remarks from and discussion with local and state elected officials, campus leadership, and faculty as we identify actions...

Context, Symbolism, and Solidarity in the Iranian Women’s Revolution

#WomAn, Life, Freedom Context, Symbolism, and Solidarity in the Iranian Women’s Revolution

Oct. 17, 2022

The death of Jina Mahsa Amini on September 16 has sparked historic demonstrations centered on women’s socio-political rights, human rights, and regime change in Iran. Over the past month, tens of thousands of Iranians have taken to the streets across the country to protest the Iranian government’s treatment of girls...

Summer Abroad 2023 Info Session

Oct. 7, 2022

Environmental Design Program Global Seminar Info Session Friday, Oct. 21 st 12:00pm 134NW Summer Abroad 2023 Colombia, The Medellin Practicum/Studio (9 credits, 6 weeks) Rome Urban Site Analysis Design (9 credits, 6 weeks) Abroad.colorado.edu/?go=WhatsaGlobalSeminar

Jota Samper 2022 Colombia Global Seminar Program

Colombia Abroad Studio 2022

July 8, 2022

This week after two years of being unable to do it because of the pandemic, we are starting out the 2022 Global Seminar Program. This year students from the Environmental Design University of Colorado Boulder traveled to Medellín to work alongside students from the Universidad de San Buenaventura Medellín on...

Community-Based Learning: benefits, challenges and lessons

Community-Based Learning: benefits, challenges and lessons

April 22, 2022

This research project will explore the past three decades of community engagement by examining the historical evolution of three affiliated research organizations at CU Boulder: CEDER, CYE, and CEDaR. Research students will conduct interviews and present findings in an exhibit and publish the results as a journal paper. A total...

Community-Based Learning: benefits, challenges and lessons

April 22, 2022

This research project will explore the past three decades of community engagement by examining the historical evolution of three affiliated research organizations at CU Boulder: CEDER, CYE, and CEDaR. Research students will conduct interviews and present findings in an exhibit and publish the results as a journal paper. A total...

Shawhin Roudbari and Jota Samper new Co-Directors in renovated space

New Directors of CEDaR

Feb. 9, 2022

We (Shawhin and Jota) propose to serve as co-directors of CEDaR. We propose co-directorship as a strategy to share the workload of leadership and to help diversify CEDaR’s portfolio of partners and activities. We have collaborated on research and service commitments over the past four years and enjoy one another's...

People walking on 500 block of Main Street in Longmont

CEDaR partners with Longmont to develop downtown survey

Oct. 15, 2021

As Longmont recovers from a period of uncertainty, residents can share their vision for the downtown area, thanks in part to CEDaR.

Luz Galicia stands by a statue holding a sign that says "Stop evictions." Luz is holding a sign that says this neighborhood stands for...

Luz Galicia: "We didn't have any option, but to fight"

May 21, 2021

Struggling to support herself and her two daughters, Luz Galicia moved from her large house to a manufactured home. A year and a half later the park's landlord decided to sell the property, displacing 100 families. Luz now works to educate and empower park residents.

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