A mural being painted at CU Boulder's new aerospace building

Painting magnificent murals in CU Boulder's new aerospace building

Aug. 26, 2019

Stroke by stroke, two large murals are adding an eruption of color and expression to the new Aerospace Engineering Sciences Building at CU Boulder.

CU community members participate in a discussion about The Campus Cultural Climate: Create a Community That Embodies 'Making Excellence Inclusive' with Dyonne Bergeron, 12:30 - 1:45 pm in UMC 235. (Photo by  Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado)

Consider incorporating the Nov. 12-13 Diversity and Inclusion Summit into curricula

Aug. 22, 2019

Exploring the theme of intent and impact, summit sessions are designed to augment course content as well as class interactions, regardless of academic discipline.

High school students explore remote sensing at the Mountain Research Station

High school students explore remote sensing at the Mountain Research Station

Aug. 21, 2019

Science, engineering and nature came together for Colorado high school students at a unique summer camp⁠—a chance for kids to learn about the possibilities of scientific research outside the traditional school setting.

Photo of the CU Engineering team in Brazil

It takes a global village

Aug. 21, 2019

In Brazil this summer, two engineering students enjoyed the excitement of a new culture, as well as learned what it’s like to solve engineering problems in a context outside of the classroom.

Students interacting

6 tips to build your confidence in graduate school

Aug. 13, 2019

Begin writing your new story as someone who has abundant success. Here are six steps to develop a positive mindset around writing and doing the intellectual work of a graduate student.

Students walking across Business Field toward the College of Engineering

CU Engineering waives application fees for PhD students

Aug. 9, 2019

Through Nov. 15, any U.S. citizen or permanent resident with an undergraduate GPA of 3.4 or higher who applies to a PhD program in the College of Engineering and Applied Science can do so for free—a $60 savings.

Anoushka Divekar

Passionate student voices create stronger community among NAfME members

Aug. 5, 2019

Newly elected president Anoushka Divekar and president-elect Eva Aneshansley are ready to dive into the new academic year as the leaders of the Colorado Collegiate NAfME.

Tafadzwa Tivaringe

Doctoral student to attend U.N. conference in Thailand

Aug. 5, 2019

Doctoral student Tafadzwa Tivaringe recently received a prestigious invitation resulting from his years spent working in Cape Town, South Africa, and his CU Boulder research that draws from census data to examine graduate unemployment.

CU Boulder Prof. Scot Douglass, teaches a class in Andrews Residence Hall, where he also lives full-time with his wife, Kathleen, and two small daughters

Faculty excellence drives CU Boulder ranking among world’s top universities

Aug. 5, 2019

CU Boulder was named No. 57 out of 20,000 universities, placing it in the top 0.3 percent, in an annual ranking that measures quality of education, training of students, prestige of faculty and quality of research.

Dean Robert Shay

College of Music Dean Shay to step down in 2020

July 25, 2019

Provost Russell Moore today announced that Robert Shay, Dean of the College of Music, will take a leave of absence to continue medical treatment and then attenuate his tenure as dean, stepping down in October, 2020.