Perhaps we should no longer be surprised by the constancy of racist violence. Still, each new moment hits hard. The weight of the violence and the loss grows. The most recent moment, the deaths of eight people in Atlanta, six of whom were Asian women, is one more marker of...
The Communication assistant professor was one of four winners. The award recognizes significant achievements of university community members in developing a culturally and intellectually diverse university community, reflective of inclusive excellence. Awardees, each of whom received $2,000, engage in meaningful diversity activities beyond their primary CU responsibilities.
In the public relations world, the Bateman Case Study Competition is legendary. Renowned since its inception in the 70s, the year-long project tests students’ abilities to plan, produce and execute a full-scale public relations campaign. This academic year marks CU Boulder’s first foray into the competition––an accomplishment that happens to coincide with the program being named an A-list school by PR News. CU’s contenders are competing against 370 PRSSA affiliated chapters, all respected public relations departments across the country.
"As a member of the CMCI community, I hope you will pause with us today, for the rest of the month and in the future to consider the significance Black history has in higher education," says Lisa Flores, CMCI's Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Co-Chair of the CU Boulder IDEA Council
Short for fermentation, the small-scale bakery, Ferment, is a start-up enterprise that Andre Gruber, an engineering major, and Rafaelo Infante, a strategic communication major, launched in the spring while most of the state was shut down.
It’s unlikely that any level of planning could have prepared organizations for COVID-19 and the other crises 2020 unleashed. But whether it’s a global pandemic, an economic crisis or a wildfire, practicing how to navigate group communication and decision making can help prepare for future crises, says Associate Professor Matt Koschmann.