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CU Boulder Today: Your guide to life at CU

Aug. 24, 2020

Look for CU Boulder Today in your email inbox most weekdays throughout the semester. In it, you'll find tips and tricks for life at CU and columns on keeping healthy and safe, as well as tips for getting the most out of your time here. CU Boulder Today also will keep you updated on any COVID-19 related information that you need to know.

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CU Boulder hails ICE decision to drop new restriction for international students

July 14, 2020

The CU president and chancellors issued a statement of support for international students and for legal action opposing a July 6 Immigration and Customs Enforcement directive.

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Austin Jamar 'JB' Banks named associate vice chancellor and dean of students

July 14, 2020

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Akirah J. Bradley has named Austin Jamar “JB” Banks as the associate vice chancellor and dean of students. Additionally, Devin Cramer has been appointed as the assistant dean of students.

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Roy Parker named director of BioFrontiers

July 14, 2020

As the BioFrontier Institute's second director, Parker will carry the torch for founding director and Nobel Laureate Tom Cech, who will remain on campus to continue research.

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COVID break gives Shakespeare festival ‘more time to dream’

July 14, 2020

For more than 60 years, the festival has kept William Shakespeare’s language alive, sharing his famous (and not-so-famous) words with new generations of theater-goers on the CU Boulder campus. Though the festival won't happen in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tradition plans to continue in 2021 with a spiced-up performance schedule and dynamic cast.

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Doctoral students: Set yourself up for career success and start early

July 14, 2020

One of the most important things you can do as a graduate student is to start thinking about your career goals early in your program. Here are a few concrete actions you can take early on.

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How a CU law professor helped change Washington's football mascot

July 13, 2020

Carla Fredericks, an associate professor of law, helped organize a campaign that changed the NFL.

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival at the Mary Rippon Theatre

Monologue for a crisis

July 13, 2020

Videos of Colorado Shakespeare Festival artists' at-home performances have been posted weekly since June, giving patrons a chance to enjoy the pathos and wit of the Bard (and others) from the safety and comfort of their homes.

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Participate in paid research at CU Boulder

July 13, 2020

Several labs on campus offer opportunities for community members to participate in paid CU Boulder research. See if you qualify for any of the studies.

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How to deal with rejection in your job search

July 13, 2020

Not hearing from anyone after applying for jobs? Had an interview but didn’t get an offer? While this is all part of the process, it’s not always easy to deal with. Get tips to deal with rejection and stay motivated in the job search.