We know some students may be experiencing food insecurity. If you’re worried about where you're going to get your next meal, CU has several resources right here on campus that are free and safe to access.
With the upcoming holiday this weekend, I hope you are able to find time to take a break from your studies, relax and celebrate safely. Read more from JB Banks, dean of students and associate vice chancellor for Student Affairs.
Her work centers around a campus treasure, Ralphie. Health and safety are her top priorities. And while she cherishes quiet sunrise moments at Folsom Field, the extrovert tends to seek out office visits and chats. Learn more about Taylor Stratton.
CU Boulder researchers attracted a record $634.4 million in fiscal year 2021 for studies involving everything from artificial intelligence to the Hope Mars mission and climate change in the Arctic. Read more
The Integrated Instrument Development Facility’s team of expert instrument designers, machinists, electronics specialists and glass blowers support researchers at CIRES, CU Boulder and beyond. Read more
CU Boulder has welcomed students back to campus for fall 2021, allowing mechanical engineering faculty to bring back traditional hands-on labs and classes for the first time in nearly two years. Read more
Pushing Boundaries highlights creative endeavors and critical thinking by students—generating unique and effective ideas, practices and solutions; exploring ways to confront complex and ambiguous problems; and making new connections.