spring blooms on campus

Take a tour of Alpine June 8

May 11, 2023

Join CU Boulder Research Computing and numerous leaders from on and off campus to celebrate the collaboration between CU Boulder and CU Anschutz, supporting multidisciplinary discoveries and research productivity.

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Campus controller, procurement town hall set for May 17

May 10, 2023

Join a town hall with the Campus Contoller’s office and the Procurement Service Center for updates on the state of CU procurement and compliance. Agenda items will include details on fair wage fees and tipping, requisition tips and tricks, and much more.

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Google Drive review-and-save workshops set for May 15–19

May 9, 2023

The Office of Information Technology is offering online sessions to help faculty and staff review and save essential Google Drive files owned by former colleagues and former students.

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Professional development opportunities open for registration

May 2, 2023

Learning opportunities are available in a variety of workplace topics, including management skills, inclusive practices and personal productivity. Plan the expertise you’d like to build with sessions on everything from “getting things done” to “seven habits of highly effective people” and more.

Graduates throw caps into the air. (CU Boulder)

Honor CU Boulder’s newest graduates at commencement on May 11

April 28, 2023

The extended campus community is invited to join in celebration of the class of 2023. Read Folsom Field clear bag, safety and concessions info, as well as parking info, and get ready for the big day, which will include remarks from university leaders and Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, awards, the Norlin charge and more.

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Student loan forgiveness workshops available through May

April 28, 2023

Navigate the complexities of federal student loan programs, such as Public Service Loan Forgiveness, with help. CU Employee Services encourages staff, who may qualify for PSLF through their work at CU, to join and find out how they can possibly lower their payments and work toward forgiveness.

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Best Should Teach awards, talk May 1 to honor outstanding educators

April 24, 2023

The upcoming Best Should Teach event will recognize outstanding CU Boulder faculty members, K-12 teachers and graduate student instructors, as well as feature Alyssa Hadley Dunn with a lecture on responding to violence in schools.

Chip interacts with residents of Graduate and Family Housing who were evacuated due to flooding at a special lunch served up by CU football team members and coaches and CU Women's Lacrosse players. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Staff Council hosting kids day April 27; RSVP soon

April 21, 2023

Register by noon on April 25 for CU Boulder Campus Kids Day, and bring your youngsters for a meet-and-greet with Chip—the costumed mascot—pizza, ice skating and more.

musicians on stage at Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver

A music extravaganza: CU at Boettcher series returns May 2

April 19, 2023

CU at Boettcher is back for the first time since 2020, with the symphony orchestra and all choirs set to perform Carl Orff’s formidable Carmina Burana. The concert also will feature the world premiere of Carter Pann’s symphony, On The Importance of Our Democracy, and a collaboration with the youth music-training program El Sistema.

The CU Boulder campus at sunset

The vendor fair is your open enrollment book club

April 19, 2023

Take the mystery out of your health plan decisions: Join a series of webinars April 24–28, browse digital resources, take on-demand courses and more. Open enrollment ends May 5.