It’s no secret CU will look much different this year. So how can we recreate campus life while physically distanced in 2020?
This summer, the College of Arts and Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSET) Innovation Incubator and CU Boulder’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative hired a team of three undergraduate student interns—meet them below—to design and launch a campuswide student challenge to tackle the question: How might we creatively use our resources to support meaningful connections within our campus community while physically distancing?
Registration closes at midnight on July 23.
Over a rapid, 10-week period, we’re designing and launching the Sko Together Challenge that invites CU Boulder undergraduate students to imagine ways they can have a connected campus community experience no matter how we are living, learning and working through the pandemic.
The virtual challenge will take place from July 26 to Aug. 2, and students submitting top ideas will be awarded with funding and mentorship to develop their campus connection concepts throughout fall 2020.
Registration officially begins on July 20, but early registration has already begun! Register now to have your voices heard and be a part of the solution.
Follow @skotogetherchallenge on Instagram and Twitter to learn more.