Old Main during spring

Academic Futures: Notes from a great conversation, April 25 edition

April 25, 2018

Last week, student teams from the Program for Writing and Rhetoric presented on the future of education to the Academic Futures Committee, continuing to weave the voice of students into the conversation.

Fernando Rosario-Ortiz

Academic Futures video: Unpacking ideas for faculty success

April 24, 2018

In part four of the Academic Futures video series, subcommittee member Fernando Rosario-Ortiz asks for campus feedback on ideas that include recruiting diverse faculty, reimagining how faculty are evaluated and more.

Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Jennifer McDuffie

Academic Futures video: Unpacking ideas for a student-centered campus

April 23, 2018

In part three of the Academic Futures video series, subcommittee member Jennifer McDuffie asks for feedback on ideas that include classes taught in various timelines, integrating academic environments with student engagement in programs and more.

Associate Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Content Strategy Jon Leslie

Academic Futures video: Unpacking ideas on technology, teaching and learning

April 20, 2018

In part two of a multipart video series, Academic Futures subcommittee member Jon Leslie asks for feedback on ideas that include unifying online and distance education, as well as the thinking, financial models and operational approaches to the technology that support it.

Shelly Miller

Academic Futures video: Unpacking ideas on interdisciplinary teaching, research

April 19, 2018

In part one of a multipart video series, Academic Futures subcommittee member Shelly Miller asks for your feedback on ideas to establish interdisciplinary teaching partnerships, build a diverse workforce and find funding models on campus to support interdisciplinarity.

Old Main building during spring

Academic Futures: Notes from a great conversation, April 18 edition

April 18, 2018

At the heart of the Academic Futures discussions is finding a path that allows our students and our campus to embrace discovery at the core of their experiences.

Law commencement ceremony

Number of 2017 law graduates in full-time, law-related jobs at 10-year high

April 13, 2018

Among Colorado Law's class of 2017, 85 percent of graduates secured full-time, long-term jobs within 10 months of graduation—work for which bar passage was required or a juris doctor was an advantage.

Sarah Krakoff

Campus Q&A: The scholarly approach of prize-winner Sarah Krakoff

April 13, 2018

Chosen for the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from campus, this year's Hazel Barnes Prize winner Sarah Krakoff orchestrates the interrelationship of learning and research as a community enterprise in a quest to inspire her students and help the public.

Old Main building in spring

Academic Futures: Notes from a great conversation, April 11 edition

April 11, 2018

As Academic Futures articulates our collective campus mission and guiding values, as an institution of learning and discovery, how do we ensure faculty can succeed in all of their roles?

Students work at laptop computers on campus

Prepare for grade scheme changes in Canvas

April 5, 2018

Beginning April 10, students will see a letter grade in Canvas where they previously saw a percentage. Read more about what faculty and instructors can do to prepare.

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