The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence played a feature role in a panel event on gun violence prevention. Colorado Rep. Joe Neguse welcomed House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries to Colorado for the community conversation with local leaders and advocates.
In a recent forum with local leaders and federal partners, CU Boulder, including Vice Chancellor Massimo Ruzzene, joined the conversation as a leader in research, innovation, workforce development and economic impact.
Heidi Shyu—the United States Department of Defense under secretary—visited campus on April 17 and got a first-hand look at the future of CU Boulder’s trailblazing research in quantum, aerospace, hypersonics and more.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano, Chief Financial Officer Todd Haggerty, three faculty members and three students testified in support of higher education bills introduced in the current Colorado legislative session.
CU Boulder sophomore Lauren Levey testified Jan. 26 in front of the Colorado House Education Committee, speaking in personal terms about the financial challenges she’s faced as an aspiring teacher in Colorado.
The Hellems Arts & Sciences Building and the Guggenheim Building are CU Boulder’s top priorities for renovation, Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke told legislators Tuesday, and state funding will be critical to correct safety and comfort issues, improve energy efficiency and modernize the buildings for student success.
Waleed Abdalati will testify before the Subcommittee on Space and Science in a hearing convened by Sen. John Hickenlooper, titled “Landsat at 50 & the Future of U.S. Satellite-based Earth Observation.” Tune in on Dec. 1.