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Apply now to study abroad in spring 2023

July 12, 2022

Get a jump on your plans for the next academic year. Education Abroad is open over the summer and currently accepting applications for spring 2023—no need to wait until you’re back on campus to get started.

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Common student-centered approach to teaching, learning update: May 2022 issue

May 11, 2022

The Buff Undergraduate Success Leadership Implementation Team, whose charge is to identify, unify and prioritize programs across campus that contribute to student success, wrapped up the semester with its sponsorship of several notable achievements.

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Integrated Teaching & Learning Program offers first college micro-credential

May 5, 2022

The Integrated Teaching & Learning Program launched the first micro-credential that focuses on technical content. The new Arduino micro-credential program will serve students looking to improve their proficiency with Arduino microcontrollers.

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Summer guide to the libraries

May 2, 2022

Check out all the ways University Libraries can make this a great summer, from research help and access to breaking news to reading recommendations and the New York Times.

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Undergrads are setting their sights for the stars

April 21, 2022

A new astronomy program features CU Boulder interns giving Rocky Mountain National Park visitors a tour of the night skies.

Sean Winters, an ATLAS-affiliated lecturer

New classes empower performance community to use cutting-edge technologies

April 20, 2022

To make its cutting-edge technologies more accessible to the performance community, the ATLAS Institute’s B2 Center for Media, Arts & Performance is offering two new summer classes: one focused on using motion capture technology and the other on its 3D audiosonic system.

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CU Boulder prepares for next steps in online and distance education

April 18, 2022

With the announcement by the CU system regarding changes to its online strategy, CU Boulder leaders are embarking on next steps to integrate these changes into the campus’s online strategy, announced a year ago.

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New course to examine environment, power and race

April 13, 2022

How does environmental racism shape contemporary scientific and environmental practices? A new environmental studies course begining this fall, in partnership with Mission Zero, aims to reflect on the past to create a more equitable and responsible future.

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Tools, tips and support for finals from the University Libraries

April 13, 2022

You’ve got this, and we’ve got you. Check out the libraries’ finals guide, updated weekly, until finals end. We’ll have ways to relax, tips from librarians and resources to make your end of semester smooth.

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Study tips from Buff tutors to prepare for exams

April 1, 2022

Now is a great time to start preparing for your final exams. Peer tutors from the Academic Success and Achievement Program share tips on when to start preparing, how to plan and study strategies to help you find your focus.