At a Nov. 12 meeting, the CU regents heard a number of updates on topics including student debt and efforts to improve the student experience. They also received a report on systemwide diversity and inclusion work.
Members of the Boulder Faculty Assembly received an update on Thursday from Provost Russell Moore, who explained in further detail why the campus is shifting to a remote instructional mode for the rest of the fall semester, a week sooner than originally planned.
CU Boulder remains committed to being a collaborative and effective partner as the community works to manage the impacts of COVID-19, Patrick O’Rourke told city council members at their Oct. 6 meeting.
In Boulder, university leaders acknowledge the hardship that the recent surge in cases has caused the community. But some also see glimmers of hope in the stories of other schools that seem to have slowed outbreaks by pausing in-person learning.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents recently heard updates on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, as well as fall enrollment numbers. The board recognized 2019 Distinguished Professor David Korevaar, revised three regent policies and more.
CU Boulder leaders updated Boulder City Council members about campus initiatives underway to ensure the health, safety and well-being of students, faculty, frontline employees and other staff—and the broader Boulder community.
At a question-and-answer-style town hall on Aug. 13, attendees had the opportunity to ask questions of CU Boulder leadership on the COVID-19-ready campus, modes of academic instruction, protocols for health and safety, and more.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents heard an update from Chancellor Philip DiStefano about the Boulder campus’s plans for a COVID-19-ready fall semester, which included student move-in and testing, as well as ongoing controls and response plans.