US capitol building.

5 things to know about the tax reform legislation

Dec. 4, 2017

Over the weekend, the Senate approved major tax reform legislation. Get up to speed on some of the basics: the process the legislation is undergoing and possible impacts on the CU Boulder community.

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Faculty course questionnaires open Dec. 8–15

Dec. 4, 2017

Faculty and instructors are encouraged to set aside time in class for students to complete their online FCQs. Learn how to view online response rates and encourage high response rates.

Colorado Supreme Court building

Melissa Hart a contender for the Colorado Supreme Court

Dec. 1, 2017

One of CU Boulder's own faculty members is among three finalists nominated to fill an upcoming justice vacancy on the Colorado Supreme Court.

Hazel Barnes

Chancellor invites nominations for the 2018 Hazel Barnes Prize

Dec. 1, 2017

With a nomination deadline of March 5, the campus committee is now accepting submission packages for the Hazel Barnes Prize, one of campus's most prestigious teaching awards.

International flags lining the path to the annual CWA

CWA releases 2018 speaker list for faculty planning

Dec. 1, 2017

The Conference on World Affairs has shared its 2018 speaker list, including a youth poet laureate and an MSNBC nuclear security analyst, for spring syllabi consideration.

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Heads up: Old voicemails will automatically expire

Nov. 30, 2017

Beginning Dec. 6, campus voicemails will expire after 30 days. To mitigate storage capacity, they'll automatically go to the deleted messages folder for 14 days and then permanently disappear.

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Students: Tell OIT how you access D2L courses, enter to win a gift card

Nov. 30, 2017

The Office of Information Technology wants to learn how students access their D2L courses. Complete the survey by Dec. 7, and you can enter into a drawing to win one of five $10 Amazon gift cards.

Professor Juan Herrero-Senes teaches his Spanish Culture class at Hellems

Finalists in associate vice provost for faculty affairs search announced

Nov. 29, 2017

With open forums set for next week, Provost Moore has today announced the finalists for the associate vice provost for faculty affairs position: Katherine Eggert and Michele Moses.

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Offering an easier way to reserve rooms on campus

Nov. 29, 2017

With a new web application, CU Boulder students, faculty and staff will be able to request a room online, 24 hours a day. No need to call or visit the CU Events Planning and Catering office.

Graduate student Liz Marasco speaks at a rally on campus Wednesday, Nov. 29.

Campus Q&A: What the tax reform would mean for graduate students

Nov. 29, 2017

Juan García Oyervides, president of CU Boulder's United Government of Graduate Students, discusses his concerns with proposed tax changes in Congress.