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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.Read more »
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An instructor's approach to digital distraction

April 2, 2018

Digital distraction: Most of us are guilty of it, but is it negatively impacting the student experience in large lecture courses? Learn about a "no device" policy implemented this semester.Read more »
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Environmental engineering grad students win AWWA scholarships

March 23, 2018

Environmental engineering students Sydney Ulliman and Kaitlin Mattos are the recipients of two prestigious American Water Works Association scholarships.Read more »
CU Boulder School of Education Professor Bill Penuel

2 new grants support deeper learning and equity in STEM

March 23, 2018

In an effort to promote equity in mathematics and science education, two foundations have awarded funding to CU Boulder and its partners to enhance research in deeper learning among students.Read more »
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CU Boulder offers inaugural Colorado Science and Engineering Policy Fellowship

March 23, 2018

Policy is increasingly playing a hand in what guides the technical world. That's why campus has teamed up with Colorado state representatives on a new fellowship.Read more »
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Academic Futures: Notes from a great conversation, March 21 edition

March 21, 2018

This week, E. Scott Adler, professor of political science at CU Boulder, writes on behalf of the Academic Futures interdisciplinary teaching and research subcommittee.Read more »
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Grad programs earn high marks in 2019 U.S. News and World Report rankings

March 20, 2018

CU Boulder's graduate offerings—in atomic/molecular/optical physics, environmental law, quantum physics, physical chemistry and other areas—are once again named among the nation's best.Read more »
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Check out the digital humanities graduate certificate

March 19, 2018

Want to gain expertise in the intersection of the humanities and digital technology, create and use digital tools for research, or assess the diverse impacts of technologies on people and society? Apply now.Read more »
Chancellor Philip DiStefano speaks at the 2018 spring town hall

Spring Town Hall recap: Academic Futures a no-holds-barred invitation

March 16, 2018

Chancellor DiStefano set the stage for a reflection on the state of higher education and the university's approach to its future, inviting everyone to bring their most creative ideas of what CU Boulder could be.Read more »
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9 schools join CU Boulder in push for active learning in undergraduate math education

March 16, 2018

Led by the School of Education and Department of Mathematics, universities have joined a five-year award aimed to help undergraduates pursuing STEM degrees succeed in introductory mathematics.Read more »