For Lianne Brito, "resiliency" is her personal watchword. Overcoming obstacles has been a way of life, from growing up in Cuba to her journey as a doctoral candidate in geotechnical earthquake engineering.
Employees recently joined Staff Council and campus administrators for breakfast and conversation at an appreciation event. Attendees donated 550 pounds of food and other goods to the Emergency Family Assistance Association of Boulder County and Coats for Colorado.
CU's new Colorado Athletics Visibility Award is a scholarship designed to create a community of collegiate scholar-athletes who have a desire to use their platform, power and visibility in their roles as athletes to advance LGBTQ+ inclusion in sport.
There are many activities happening on campus as the semester comes to an end. Take advantage of these free student events, ranging from preparing for finals, taking study breaks, game nights and more!
During the month of March, student groups will have the opportunity to team up with the CU Boulder Alumni Association and Herd Leadership Council to raise funds for causes they care about. Individual crowdfunding campaigns will soft-launch in mid-February, followed by a collaborative event in mid-March.
For many graduates, receiving a diploma is a ceremonial leap into the real world. Whether you have plans or you’re still figuring things out, take advantage of these career resources for Forever Buffs.
The end of the semester can be a stressful time, whether you’re studying for finals, gearing up for graduation or preparing to head home for break. Here are five small ways to treat yourself during finals week.
If you see a large number of police officers in the Williams Village area Dec. 6–10, there’s no need to be alarmed. Police agencies from the region will be training together to respond to high-impact events.