Student visiting a booth at the Just in Time career fair

Make the most of career fairs

Sept. 15, 2023

Career fairs provide an excellent opportunity to meet with employers hiring for various positions across multiple industries. Here are some tips for making the most of the fall career fairs.

CU Boulder police cars with Flatirons in the background

CU Boulder police department 1st in county to earn national accreditation

Sept. 15, 2023

To earn this national accreditation, CUPD complied with state-of-the-art policing standards while retaining policies and programs unique to the needs of the CU Boulder community.

Adviser and student

Top questions to ask your adviser

Sept. 15, 2023

Advisers aren’t here just to help you pick classes. Leverage their full expertise to help you achieve your academic, personal and career goals. Here are five questions to consider.

Buffalo sculpture on campus

Kirk Ambrose, Rebecca Safran tapped for Distinguished Research Lectureships

Sept. 14, 2023

Kirk Ambrose and Rebecca Safran have been recognized with Distinguished Research Lectureships—among the most esteemed honors bestowed by faculty upon faculty at CU Boulder.

Students volunteering in the Mobile Food Pantry

Things to know about the Basic Needs Center and Buff Pantry

Sept. 14, 2023

CU Boulder offers resources to help our campus community with food insecurity and meeting other basic needs. The Basic Needs Center can help students find equitable access to food, housing and other essential services.

Anschutz Medical Campus

Data center move to cause major outage Oct. 6–9

Sept. 14, 2023

University Information Services will move physical equipment to the Anschutz Medical Campus. This will cause a total outage for systems that rely on UIS, including MyCUInfo, Buff Portal, Campus Solutions, HCM and others. Learn more and prepare.

Elizabeth and Maria Shevchenko sail near Yokohama, Japan, in 1937

Teaching Russian at CU Boulder was not her plan

Sept. 14, 2023

Elizabeth Shevchenko Wittenberg was born in China, detained in World War II Japan and fully embraced her American life. A scholarship named for her describes her life in 54 words—here is the rest of the story.

Aerial view of Old Main

Leadership moves set for LASP, Office of Contracts and Grants

Sept. 14, 2023

Massimo Ruzzene has announced shifts that will help meet the growing demands of an increasingly complex research environment, fill a need at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Sciences, and enhance research and innovation work across CU Boulder.

Okaidja Afroso performing on stage

CU Boulder’s Artist Series and the CAAAS forge partnership

Sept. 14, 2023

CU Boulder’s cultural landscape is set to receive a vibrant and enriching boost as CU Presents’ Artist Series and the Center for African and African American Studies join forces in a new partnership.

Cleveland Orchestra violinist plays with a tuba player

The Cleveland Orchestra residency—‘A great partnership‘ resumes

Sept. 14, 2023

The Cleveland Orchestra’s biennial residency at CU Boulder’s College of Music returned for three days packed with sectionals, rehearsals, mock auditions, master classes, a Q&A and a Faculty Tuesdays concert.