When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, sophomore Sophie Woods and the Engineers Without Borders Puerto Rico team faced difficulties due to the inability to travel. They made the difficult decision to suspend the Puerto Rico project and began searching for creative opportunities to bring engineering solutions to under-resourced communities.
In this collaboration, the Community Engagement, Design and Research Center and the Denver Department of Health & Environment are jointly tackling how to best manage information and activities among dozens of small and large Denver food banks during times of increased demand.
In these unusual times, the School of Education is grateful for school partners, who are helping CU Boulder student teachers navigate challenging times. We asked student teachers and their mentor teachers what their partnership has meant to them.
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.