This large-scale tour is the first of its kind for CU Boulder, showcasing people, research and advancements propelling us in developing tomorrow's leaders, being a top university for innovation and impacting humanity in unprecedented ways.
Through TED Talk-style Buff Talks and breakout sessions, we will explore what we are doing today that brings the university into the future. Attendees will hear from our visionary faculty about ways in which engineering is solving modern medical challenges, what’s on the horizon for space exploration and how art helps explain the world around us.
I hope you can join us when we come to a city near you.
At CU Boulder we are always looking to the future and exploring how we can “Be Boulder” in impacting the world around us. The spirit of innovation endorsed by our faculty clearly filters to our students and I’m so proud of the work our students have been doing just in the last month.
Engineering students have created a new reality for a 13-year-old girl in Lafayette, Colorado. They have built an adaptive bike for her so the family can go on rides together. Sarah Marshall’s mother, Julie, searched the nation for an affordable bike before reaching out to CU students.
Students are impacting individuals and the world. They are the future. At CU Boulder Next, we look forward to showing you what's next.