Campus community members: Participate in the COVID-19 monitoring program and become eligible for prizes, including gift cards to retailers like Whole Foods, Hulu, eBay, Apple and Spotify; CU Book Store gift cards; Apple AirPods and iPads; Galaxy Buds; and more.
For faculty, staff and students working, studying and living on campus, it’s time to pick up your free CU Boulder reusable face coverings. They’re comfortable cloth masks with a secure fit, filter pocket, and they look good, too.
For graduate student Kate Lanter, 2020 was a busy year. She is one semester away from completing the two-year evening MBA program at the Leeds School of Business. She works full time. And in August she gave birth to her second son.
Last year was marked by a series of disruptions and ongoing injustice––COVID-19, racial uprisings and a contentious presidential election. The need for true dialogue has never been greater, and the CU Dialogues Program has been serving the campus since 2010.
In looking back on 2020, COVID-19 stands out for many. In the face of sorrow and difficulty, Buffs came together, worked to protect our herd and helped curb the coronavirus through research and community resources. Prior to and during the pandemic, there have been moments of growth, greatness and celebration as well.