The Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) is dedicated to serving the emotional and psychological needs of the campus community. All FSAP staff are trained as generalist counselors and are equipped to deal with a wide range of personal and work related issues. You must be a CU Boulder employee to use FSAP services, and services are free to all CU Boulder faculty and staff members.
Gowns, hoods, and tassels, oh my! In this session, we will demystify academic traditions.The history and symbolic significance of academic dress and ceremonies will be discussed.Topics will include the differences between academic gowns, colors, hoods and other elements of dress. Traditional academic ceremonies and their significance will also be discussed...
CU Boulder’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) offers wellness seminars and support groups focused on tackling a variety of life-stage experiences as well as mental and emotional well-being during the summer months.
Senior Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Human Resources Officer Katherine Erwin will retire in June. She led hallmark employee initiatives since 2016 as a member of the chancellor’s cabinet and contributed 27 years of service to CU Boulder.