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Summer Session 2018 courses now viewable on the web

Nov. 27, 2017

Explore the hundreds of offerings across all CU Boulder colleges and schools and consider furthering your educational goals by taking a class in Boulder or online.Read more »
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Academic Futures: At a transitional moment

Nov. 15, 2017

As we've arrived at the end of the facilitated campus conversations, stay tuned because there is a good deal more engagement to come via white papers, faculty forums and more.Read more »
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New CU Boulder degree will help meet demands of computing workforce

Nov. 13, 2017

CU Boulder is launching an online, post-baccalaureate degree in computer science, a move designed to help meet the changing needs of students as the national computing workforce expands.Read more »
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Create your spring courses now

Nov. 13, 2017

If you're teaching in the spring and are planning to use Canvas or D2L, now is a great time to create your courses. If you're not sure which system to use, here are some considerations to help.Read more »
Theater professor Beth Osnes

Faculty in Focus: Praxis makes perfect

Nov. 13, 2017

Beth Osnes, associate professor of theater, approaches engaged scholarship by putting theory into practice (praxis) among communities, a topic she'll discuss Nov. 16.Read more »
Old Main building during fall

Academic Futures: Demonstrating the power of listening

Nov. 8, 2017

The Diversity and Inclusion Summit has provided a great reminder of CU Boulder's need to listen to its students and form solutions based on how people actually experience the university.Read more »
Philosophy professor Robert Pasnau teaching freshman seminar class Why Be Moral

Exploring Student Affairs: Resources to create an inclusive learning environment

Nov. 6, 2017

Ensuring an inclusive learning environment is critical for student success and engagement. Check out the variety of resources and trainings offered by Student Affairs throughout the year.Read more »
Old Main building during fall

Academic Futures: Putting it plainly on input

Nov. 1, 2017

We know the Academic Futures campus conversation is taking valuable time. We want to update you on what we're seeing and ways we've augmented the process to accommodate the needs of the community.Read more »
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New CWA calendar accommodates spring syllabi

Oct. 30, 2017

The Conference on World Affairs has adjusted its 2018 planning schedule, making the speaker list, core themes and conference schedule available earlier for spring semester planning.Read more »
Vice Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education Mary Kraus

Campus Q&A: Faculty course questionnaires with Mary Kraus

Oct. 30, 2017

Why are FCQs moving online? Why is the administration window longer? Mary Kraus, associate vice chancellor for undergraduate education, addresses six common faculty and instructor questions.Read more »