CU Boulder is proud to announce the launch of a worldwide education coalition in support of the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit with the goal to broaden understanding of the human rights impacts of a changing global climate and galvanize people to take action.
The College of Music’s American Music Research Center has embarked on a research project aimed at documenting, preserving and engaging with diverse musical and cultural influences in and around Pueblo, Colorado.
As book bans rise across the country, Wendy Glenn, a CU Boulder professor and former English teacher, argues that reading books––even ones that make adults uncomfortable––is critical for the education of young people.
Six grants and one sponsorship have been awarded by the Office for Outreach and Engagement to support community-engaged scholarship connected to the Marshall Fire. The grants are in partnership with the Research & Innovation Office and the Natural Hazards Center.
CU Boulder neuroscientist Zoe Donaldson has found a new way to contribute to global science education. She and her team will spend much of August helping European high school students learn the finer points of gene manipulation in prairie voles.
States around the country are moving to limit how teachers can talk about issues like race and racism in the classroom. Noreen Naseem Rodríguez urges educators not to shrink away from having these “difficult conversations.”
Elizabeth Meyer has spent her career working with teachers and students to study how school policies can help or harm LGBTQ+ youth. In this Q&A, she weighs in on the wave of legislation around the country targeting the rights of transgender and nonbinary kids.