Anschutz Medical Campus

Reminder: Data center move to cause major outage Oct. 6–9

Sept. 29, 2023

University Information Services will move physical equipment to the Anschutz Medical Campus. This will cause a total outage for systems that rely on UIS, including MyCUInfo, Buff Portal, Campus Solutions, HCM and others. Learn more and prepare.

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From molecule movement to coastal flooding, CU scientists push boundaries

Sept. 29, 2023

CU Boulder researchers Andrés Montoya-Castillo and Julia Moriarty have been named U.S. Department of Energy Early Career Researchers, receiving multiyear funding.

30th and Colorado intersection

Upgrades improve connectivity between Main and East campuses

Sept. 29, 2023

The recent completion of the 30th and Colorado Protected Intersection and Underpass project is a significant milestone for both the city of Boulder and CU Boulder, and it holds several reasons for celebration.

‘Pueblo Musicians’ by Anthony Armijo on the wall of the Klamm Shell in Pueblo, Colorado

American Music Research Center announces interim director, upcoming events

Sept. 27, 2023

The American Music Research Center’s interim director, Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology Austin Okigbo, shares the center’s fall semester highlights—including free performances of “Song of Pueblo” on campus and in Pueblo, Colorado.

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Welcome to the newly renovated Roe Green Theatre

Sept. 26, 2023

Jonathan Spencer, assistant professor of lighting design in the Department of Theatre & Dance, gives a tour of the newly renovated Roe Green Theatre.

Campus community members walking by the Visual Arts Complex on campus

Creators of Museum for Black Girls selected as artists in residence

Sept. 26, 2023

Co-creators Charlie Billingsley and Von Ross have joined the University Libraries and CU Art Museum as part of a new residency program. The artists will engage with archival collections and present an exhibit next year, among other collaborations.

Dean John Davis addresses attendees during a 2021 ribbon cutting ceremony

College of Music announces Sher scholars

Sept. 26, 2023

Nate Bonin and Danny Kaminski are the 2023 Sher Distinguished Musician Scholars. Learn more about these students and their dreams for the future.

Plant-protein meal

Plant-powered protein stations: Tasty, green, good for you

Sept. 26, 2023

Campus Dining Services is proud to announce the launch of its new plant-powered protein stations in the dining halls at the Village Center and Center for Community, offering climate-friendly protein options for diners.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano speaks from a lecturn.

Philip DiStefano to retire as chancellor, lead in other campus roles

Sept. 26, 2023

Chancellor Philip DiStefano, in his annual State of the Campus address, announced plans to retire as chancellor once a new leader for the CU Boulder campus has been selected. He will remain at CU Boulder, leading in other roles.

A dam surrounded by rocky terrain

Yida Zhang’s award targets role of tiny grains in dam failures

Sept. 21, 2023

With the construction of increasingly taller dams, Assistant Professor Yida Zhang is concerned about the potential effects of soil grain breakage caused by pressure. He recently received a prestigious CAREER award to fund his research on the evolution of grain sizes in dams.