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What to know about campus construction over winter break

Dec. 12, 2018

Construction crews will be taking advantage of the quiet winter break period, launching a trio of capital construction projects and nearing the finish line on an exciting new pedestrian connection across Boulder Creek.

Varsity Lake Bridge in winter

Before you leave town: 2018 winter break reminders

Dec. 11, 2018

With winter break quickly approaching, please take a moment to review some reminders and tips.

John 'Jan' Hall poses with Nobel Prize

Innovative research lands 2 CU Boulder affiliates in National Academy of Inventors

Dec. 11, 2018

The National Academy of Inventors has named two members of the CU Boulder research community to its class of fellows for 2018, Alan Weimer and John "Jan" Hall.

Disability Services Awards recipients

Seeking nominations for the Disability Services awards

Dec. 11, 2018

Disability Services is currently taking nominations for the annual awards ceremony. Nominations are due by Feb. 8 for the April 1 event.

Woman raises hand during a CWA classroom visit

CWA shares 2019 speaker list for faculty classroom visits, panel requests

Dec. 7, 2018

The Conference on World Affairs is sharing its 2019 speaker list, including a writer and producer of "The Simpsons," a Yale astrophysicist and former U.S. Senate majority leader for course planning.

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Sync your students' final grades in Canvas

Dec. 7, 2018

The Office of Information Technology has created a new tool in Canvas that will save you time and protect your students' data, the Web Grading Sync tool.

Breakfast catering from CU Events Planning & Catering’s new express menu

Try the new express menu from CU Events Planning & Catering

Dec. 7, 2018

Are you hosting a meeting on campus over breakfast or lunch? The new express menu offers chef-inspired choices created fresh daily and packaged for portability and sustainability.

'Be Boulder' by Ruiqi Li, 2nd place ISSS winner

Celebrating the campus's global citizens

Dec. 6, 2018

Yusen Ye, Natalie Hagewood and Erick Mueller were recently recognized for outstanding contributions to international understanding. International Education Week photo contest winners also were announced.

Students studying

Finals 2018: Finish strong

Dec. 6, 2018

With finals around the corner, check out the daily events meant to help you de-stress and take a break. Find tips, resources and campus support to keep you well-balanced and ready for finals.

CU Boulder journalism and political science undergraduate student and Rhodes Scholar Serene Singh, right, listens as  Boulder Mayor Suzanne Jones reads a special proclamation honoring her at the Boulder City Council chambers on December 4, 2018 before their regular weekly meeting.  (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

City of Boulder honors CU Boulder's first woman Rhodes Scholar

Dec. 4, 2018

The Boulder City Council on Dec. 4 recognized the achievements of CU Boulder journalism and political science senior Serene Singh, who is the university's first woman Rhodes Scholar.