We must recognize that the individuals involved in yesterday’s incident are a part of America, while also demonstrating that behaviors, values, and beliefs of white supremacy, patriarchy, and overall oppression will not be accepted nor tolerated.
Against the backdrop of the Black Lives Matter movement and widespread protests for racial justice, six Forever Buffs — students and alumni — and two faculty and staff members share deeply personal stories about racism and injustice on and around campus and illuminate pathways forward.
CU Boulder has earned a place as a Winds of Change Top 200 College for Indigenous Students from the American Indian Science and Engineering Society . Based on statistical information, surveys and research data gathered from the U.S. Department of Education's Integrated Postsecondary Education data system, AISES determines which institutions...
Brian Aguado, a postdoctoral researcher in the Anseth Research Group, is the recipient of this year’s Outstanding Postdoc Award, which recognizes postdoctoral associates and fellows at CU Boulder for their research, communication and leadership accomplishments.
Unmask the Racism is a social media campaign created by students of Asian heritage at CU Boulder to spread awareness about xenophobia and racism against people of Asian heritage around the country and to support local Asian businesses.
From Interim Dean Keith Molenaar: I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the members of our college community who have been standing in solidarity and pursuing justice together. We have created a webpage where we can continue sharing information and resources about our efforts, including readings, videos, podcasts and more.