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Prep for midterms with a tutoring session

Feb. 10, 2023

Are you feeling the pressure of midterm season? Set yourself up for success by taking advantage of CU Boulder’s tutoring resources, many of which are free.

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Study hacks to help you ace your midterms

Feb. 10, 2023

For many students, midterms are just around the corner. Here are some underrated study hacks you can try to help you ace your midterms.

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Instrument Design Lab explores the science of music

Feb. 7, 2023

Assistant Professor of Composition Annika Socolofsky blends the realms of art and science through the Instrument Design Lab. The course offers a science-based context to instrumentation, sound and musical creation, giving College of Music students a foundation in the science of music.

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4 ways to avoid cheating, plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty

Feb. 3, 2023

Learning to manage our time and asking for help can play a big role in achieving academic success. Here are four things that can help you avoid potential Honor Code violations this semester.

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5 tips for managing conflict with students

Jan. 30, 2023

The ideal classroom, lab or lecture fosters thoughtful discussions between you and your students. That being said, classroom conflict is inevitable. Here are some strategies to support students and promote conflict resolution.

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Make the most of office hours this semester

Jan. 26, 2023

Faculty office hours are a space for you to interact with your professor one-on-one, ask questions and get clarification. Taking advantage of office hours early in the semester can help you feel more confident as the term progresses. Here are a few ways to make the most of meeting with your professors.

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5 things faculty and staff should know about the Honor Code

Jan. 23, 2023

The purpose of the Honor Code is to create an environment in which students can succeed in a fair and honest way. But when students are overwhelmed by the new environment or in a rush to get things done, they may unintentionally engage in academic dishonesty. Get tips to help ensure students are not making these mistakes.

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Spend Maymester in the nation’s capital

Jan. 20, 2023

Want to expand your global horizons this summer, no passport required? Looking for a way to earn credit without sitting in a classroom? Interested in learning more about science policy? CU in D.C. is accepting applications now through Feb. 1.

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Get tips for helping students with course materials

Jan. 10, 2023

The CU Book Store is ready to assist students with their course material needs. From textbook ordering to school-supply shopping, learn more in case students ask you how it all works.

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Student success team wraps up fall projects, looks to spring for continued work

Dec. 15, 2022

From launching a new student communication model to improving the allocation of scholarships, the Buff Undergraduate Success team is providing a review of initiatives the group has helped implement and is looking forward to addressing next semester. See the latest.