Monica Morrell, COVID Response Team Site Lead,  prepares a test kit for community members at the new mobile COVID-19 monitoring test site, located at Pleasant street and Broadway.   Photo by  Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado)

CU Boulder distributing N95, KN95 masks to students, faculty, staff

Jan. 20, 2022

To help protect individuals from the current COVID-19 surge, public health officials strongly recommend upgraded masks, including the N95 and KN95 styles, which CU Boulder is making available for pick-up by students, faculty and staff beginning Jan. 21.

Nominees and nominators celebrate at Women Who Make a Difference event in December 2021

Celebrating 21 years of women who make a difference

Jan. 18, 2022

Nearly two dozen women were honored recently through the Center for Inclusion and Social Change’s Women Who Make a Difference program for having a positive impact at CU Boulder.

Ezra McPhail, Amber Hughes and Michael Mendoza at the Colvin competition in Maryland

Home run: Leeds MBAs win national competition through MLB-inspired project

Jan. 12, 2022

A team of Leeds MBAs won a nationwide real estate competition that tested their ability to apply what they've learned in class and on internships.


Professor named to science team for 6-satellite NASA orbital mission

Jan. 12, 2022

Professor Jeff Thayer is part of a major new NASA science mission to better understand our sun’s influence on generating space weather.

Engineering Center

Robyn Macdonald earns Air Force grant to push boundaries of hypersonics

Jan. 12, 2022

Macdonald has earned the prestigious Young Investigator Research Program grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to advance the frontiers of hypersonics.

Student receives a COVID-19 vaccine on campus

Booster requirement now in effect for CU Boulder community

Jan. 11, 2022

To further safeguard the community, CU Boulder officials are implementing a new COVID-19 vaccine booster requirement. Students, faculty and staff must upload proof of a booster or file for an exemption if they haven't already.

Aftermath of Boulder area fires

GPSG launches aid for grad students affected by Marshall Fire

Jan. 11, 2022

The Graduate and Professional Student Government is offering financial aid relief to graduate students impacted by the Marshall Fire.

Recording the Free Mind podcast

Benson Center Free Mind podcast to relaunch Jan. 11

Jan. 7, 2022

Tune in for the podcast that explores topics in Western philosophy, politics, literature and history with adventurous disregard for academic fashions and intellectual trends.

students playing giant Jenga at an outdoor Fall Welcome event in 2019

CU Boulder Today: Your guide to life at CU

Jan. 4, 2022

Look for CU Boulder Today online and in your email inbox most weekdays throughout the semester. In it, you'll find tips and tricks, columns on keeping healthy and safe, event listings and more. The publication also includes COVID-19 updates.

spring blossoms on campus

Applications for spring 2022 tuition assistance benefit now being accepted

Jan. 3, 2022

Employees or their dependents can take advantage of tuition assistance on any of CU’s four campuses. Learn more.