ENVD students in Rome

Deadlines extended for several summer 2022 Global Seminars

Feb. 8, 2022

The world still awaits! Learn more about Education Abroad's new international programs and the approaching application deadlines—as soon as Feb. 15.

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New CTL learning assessment micro-grants provide funding, expertise to support faculty

Jan. 18, 2022

Do you have questions about student learning in your course or in a course series? Are you thinking about your assessment strategy but not sure where to begin? Learn more about the Center for Teaching & Learning's new micro-grant program.

Snowy campus

Implementation team issues latest guidance on academic instruction: Jan. 12 issue

Jan. 13, 2022

This issue includes information about the campus's in-person mode beginning Jan. 24: flexibility for those who are ill, quarantined or displaced; advising and academic coaching; technology assistance; and more.

Student Kayleigh Galko in Cape Town, South Africa

Education Abroad offering 5 new Global Seminars in summer 2022

Jan. 10, 2022

The world still awaits! Learn more about Education Abroad's new international programs, taught by CU faculty, and the approaching application deadlines.

Snowy campus

Implementation team issues latest academic instruction guidance

Jan. 4, 2022

The Jan. 4 issue of academic instruction guidance includes information about the revised start to the semester, assisting students affected by the Dec. 30 fires, campus services and more.

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Expand your cultural understanding by learning languages; ALTEC prices change Jan. 16

Dec. 20, 2021

Expand your cultural understanding by learning languages with ALTEC. Registration for non-credit classes is open, and this year, ALTEC is offering the standard price until Jan. 16—enroll today. Plus, learn language basics in the new free foundations course.

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Common student-centered approach to teaching, learning update: December 2021 issue

Dec. 17, 2021

In this monthly update, read about the leadership team's fall efforts—including an expanded role for the Buff Info service center for student support questions—spring working group goals and more.

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Experiential leadership education sets CU students apart

Nov. 11, 2021

Success through discomfort––those are the words Aaron Roof uses to describe the wilderness section of his Lead 4000 course: Leadership in Context of Emerging Challenges, the capstone course for students completing the Leadership Studies Minor.

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Common student-centered approach to teaching, learning update: November 2021 issue

Nov. 5, 2021

In this monthly update, read about the leadership team's work to identify dimensions of student success and the Common Curriculum Planning Committee's latest discussions on themes, values and more.

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Scholarship program prepares undergraduate for the business world

Nov. 2, 2021

Will Edgar, the first recipient of the CU Mechanical Engineering Student/Tuck Bridge Scholarship, has always had a knack for mechanical engineering. It is now complemented by a solid understanding of business, thanks to the generosity of a fellow Buff.

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