Book cover of 'American Like Me'

Resources, Canvas course materials available for Buffs One Read

July 15, 2021

A research guide and open canvas course are now available to instructional faculty and staff interested in integrating the reading of "American Like Me: Reflections on Life Between Cultures" into their curricula when teaching first-year students this fall.

Infographic showing CU Boulder's Olympic Games legacy

CU Boulder holds Olympic Games legacy

July 15, 2021

Since 1948, the university has produced over 90 Olympic athletes who have competed in events across the globe. In honor of the upcoming Tokyo Games, here’s a look at CU’s storied history of Olympians.

Aerial photo of CU Boulder Campus (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

CU Boulder animal care program earns major accreditation

July 14, 2021

The animal care and use program at CU Boulder earned major recognition from a leading industry group this summer.

CU Boulder compost bin

Compost: A quick win among divertible waste

July 14, 2021

Over the last few months, Facilities Management and Campus Building Services teams, in conjunction with the Environmental Center, have finished installing compost collection bins in nearly all campus restrooms in academic and administrative buildings.

Kathryn Wendell

For center’s new leader, sustainability is personal

July 14, 2021

Kathryn Wendell brings a long leadership career in sustainability—and a passion for the environment—to the Leeds School of Business, where she will become executive director of the Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility.

Reiland Rabaka

Buff Innovator Insights second season kicks off July 15

July 14, 2021

Season two of the Research & Innovation Office's Buff Innovator Insights podcast launches with an episode featuring Reiland Rabaka, the inaugural director of the Center for African and African American Studies.

A wide image of the CU Boulder South property with the Flatirons in the background

CU Boulder to host July 15 briefing on CU Boulder South

July 14, 2021

Following the release of a draft annexation agreement, CU Boulder will host a virtual briefing at 4 p.m. on Thursday, July 15, inviting faculty, staff, students and community members to join the discussion and learn more.

John Glenn looking through piles of mail

John Glenn fans dreamed of the stars––but sexism thwarted their ambitions

July 13, 2021

Recent scholarship on the early Space Age has reawakened questions about the ways gender, race, ethnicity and class shaped the U.S. human space flight program. Associate Professor Roshanna Sylvester shares on The Conversation.

Wildfire smoke

Is wildfire smoke bad for your health?

July 12, 2021

With fires blazing across Colorado, California and Oregon, much of the Western United States is awash in smoke this summer. How does the smoke impact our health? Is it OK to exercise outdoors? What can we do to protect ourselves indoors? Colleen Reid has answers.

Graduate students in a group discussion

Join upcoming professional development events for grad students

July 12, 2021

Register for Proposal Writing 101 for Postdocs & Graduate Students, taking place virtually July 28, and the Graduate Writing Retreat taking place in person Aug. 2–5.

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