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Get your feet wet or refresh your language skills: Take an ALTEC class this summer

June 23, 2020

Join ALTEC for remote language classes in American Sign Language, French, Japanese and Spanish. The first Spanish offering was so popular that ALTEC recently added a second section.

Sona Dimidjian of CU Boulder’s Renée Crown Wellness Institute and C. Neill Epperson of the Department of Psychiatry at CU Anschutz.

CU Boulder researchers contributing to CU Anschutz podcasts starting June 30

June 19, 2020

Starting on June 30, five CU Boulder researchers will be featured in the University of Colorado Anschutz-led Mind the Brain podcast series.

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New master’s degree in teacher leadership aims to address Colorado’s rural teacher shortage

June 18, 2020

A new online master’s degree program seeks to support Colorado's teachers so that they'll stay in the classroom.

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New online graduate degree to prepare professionals for outdoor recreation economy

June 18, 2020

The Masters of Science in Outdoor Recreation Economy (MORE) launching in 2021 at CU Boulder taps into a key strength and economic growth area in Colorado: human desire to be in the great outdoors.

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CU Boulder remains a top university in the nation and world

June 8, 2020

In two new sets of rankings by the Center for World University Rankings and QS World University Rankings, CU Boulder is No. 39 and No. 62, continuing to hold its position among some of the world's most highly regarded institutions.

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Provost announces Augmester classes will be delivered remotely

June 3, 2020

Provost Russ Moore announced on June 3 that Augmester classes will be delivered remotely. This is in line with the remote delivery of the rest of the summer terms and provides campus time to prepare for its fall opening. Read more.

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Undergraduate unpacks academic language in Jargon Analysis Project

June 2, 2020

Frustrated by the challenging jargon used in publicly-funded scientific research, Ally Faller set out to design a set of tools to give academics valuable insight into their articles before publishing.

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Taking courses this summer? Tips on motivation 

June 1, 2020

While everyone has unique strategies and needs regarding task management and learning approaches, here are a few quick tips of inspiration to implement for your courses this summer.

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Instructors: Consult the academic accessibility service for support

May 20, 2020

The Academic Accessibility Consulting Service supports faculty and staff who have questions about how to make courses and academic content more accessible to students with disabilities.

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Instructors: Get the accessible course content checklist

May 20, 2020

As you start the new term, keep accessibility in mind. Creating course materials that are accessible helps all students, including those with disabilities. Use this checklist to get started.