A Jan. 18 webinar is one opportunity to learn more in advance of the Feb. 2 deadline to help identify university priorities for congressionally directed and programmatic funding for federal fiscal year 2025.
In the heart of every struggle for equality and justice, there echoes the powerful legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. CU Boulder’s Colorado Diversity Initiative invites everyone to critically reflect on their stance and actions to promoting equitable change and living in the light of King’s dream.
Boulder is a beautiful town with many options to stay busy and have fun, from free events and entertainment to great food and outdoor adventures. Here are some tips for making the most of your time here.
The College of Arts and Sciences uses “and” as a verb, and a new scholarship aims to support students who do, too. Students who are passionate about “ANDing” are encouraged to apply for the scholarship by March 15.
A first-of-a-kind laboratory study of runners shows that using cannabis before training can boost motivation and mood. However, if the THC content is high, it can also make exercise feel harder, potentially sabotaging performance.