CU Boulder Today

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Changes coming to Google storage

Google’s elimination of unlimited free storage for higher education customers will require CU Boulder to make significant changes, including removing the Google Photos offering and setting individual quotas for Google Drive. Read more
CU Boulder Police Sgt. John Zizz leads active harmer training class on campus

CUPD to host free active harmer response classes Nov. 30, Dec. 1

Learn what to do in an active harmer situation with the “run, hide, fight” response protocol. Join a free session. Read more
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Research & Innovation Office unveils 2022 faculty fellows cohort

The 2022 RIO Faculty Fellows cohort is comprised of 17 of the most promising faculty from across CU Boulder. The group reflects the diversity of expertise, research and scholarship taking place across campus. Read more
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Put the petal to the metal! Register for spring learning, development programs

Reserve time for professional and personal development by registering for spring programs now, offered through Human Resources, and save the dates on your calendar. Read more
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2 science-education experts honored by American Physical Society

CU Boulder’s Katherine Perkins and Valerie Otero are cited for their groundbreaking work to understand and improve science education. Read more
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Curious about how to make grading easier with Canvas?

OIT is offering a number of Canvas trainings to help instructors with end-of-semester questions, including sessions on the grade book, building quizzes and getting a head start on spring courses. Read more

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