The interdisciplinary Center for Critical Thought, which is housed in the Graduate School, brings together humanists and social scientists from across the university for collaborative research in the field of critical thought.
Raytheon Intelligence & Space and CU Boulder announced this week the creation of the Raytheon Technologies Endowed Graduate Fellowship Fund to support top graduate students at the university’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.
A hands-on course––designed to teach students the basics of computational inquiry while also developing a critical understanding of the assumptions, risks and ethical challenges inherent in the work of data scientists––is open to first-year students and rising sophomores.
CU Boulder’s newest center supports teaching, research and creative work on the history, culture and struggles of people of African descent. It will also provide Black students, staff and faculty a permanent space for building community and more.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Music Entrepreneurship prepares students for cross-disciplinary careers in the arts. It includes three College of Music courses and three to four courses taught by Leeds School of Business faculty.