The year of 2020 presented a broad array of challenges that confronted us head-on, from a plethora of social injustices in the country and in Colorado to the unacceptable inequities magnified by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we transition into this new semester, we will continue our efforts to build a more inclusive culture, guided by our strategic mission and vision. Read more
Growing up, John Mollenkopf spent most of his free time tinkering. He’d gather up tools, then get to work converting his bicycle into a chopper in the driveway or the garage. As he got older, he graduated to building things from scratch, including go-karts, a hang glider, model airplanes and model cars. Read more
Former Mechanical Engineering faculty member Jenifer Blacklock has returned to the College of Engineering and Applied Science as the director of the Rady Program at Western Colorado University. She will lead the Western-CU Boulder Partnership Program. Read more
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