People work on laptops in cafe

Wireless network security vulnerability

Oct. 16, 2017

A vulnerability has been identified that allows attackers to read information relayed over wireless networks that were previously assumed to be safely encrypted. Caution is advised until patches are available.Read more »
Norlin Library

Dean of University Libraries search underway

Oct. 16, 2017

CU Boulder is seeking applications and nominations for the dean of University Libraries. Materials should be submitted before Jan. 7 for full consideration. Candidates will visit campus Feb. 16, 22, 23 and 28.Read more »
Students collaborate at the Idea Forge

Start your innovation journey with a week's worth of campus events

Oct. 16, 2017

Join CU Boulder's Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative for a week of events Oct. 16-20, including entrepreneurship and innovation fairs, workshops and pitch sessions.Read more »
Ghost-like sculptures

Troubled by zombies? Gravedigger-turned-historian has you covered

Oct. 13, 2017

For someone who spends a lot of time in the realm of the supernatural, medieval historian and CU Boulder Professor Scott Bruce has never seen a ghost or any other form of the undead.Read more »
Michelle Thaller, deputy director of science communications at NASA, speaks with students at the 2017 CWA

CWA student ambassadors gain real-world connections

Oct. 13, 2017

Join the CWA Student Volunteer Committee for the chance to network with experts in their field from around the world during the Conference on World Affairs, to be held on campus April 9-13.Read more »
Stephen Graham Jones at desk

Video: Why do people like to be scared?

Oct. 13, 2017

Whether or not there's something spooky about Friday the 13th, many are uneasy about it. Professor and author Stephen Graham Jones says it's because people like to believe in magic.Read more »
Lorenzo “Rennie” Harris

Hip-hop icon receives prestigious award from Dance Magazine

Oct. 13, 2017

CU Boulder artist-in-residence Lorenzo "Rennie" Harris has earned the Living Legends award. Past honorees include Fred Astaire, Pina Bausch and Misty Copeland.Read more »
Max Robbins, a senior environmental science major from Grand Junction (left) and Thrombin Atwell-Donaghey, a sophomore chemistry major from Boulder tune a bike at the UMC bike station at the University of Colorado Boulder. (Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado)

Pushing Boundaries: CU Boulder 10th among public schools in sustainability ranking

Oct. 13, 2017

Based on campus data and student feedback on quality of life, career preparation and environmentally responsible practices, CU Boulder is a top "green" school, according to The Princeton Review.Read more »
Mildred and Charles Nilon

Education scholarship continues legacy of luminaries Charles and Mildred Nilon

Oct. 13, 2017

Representing the university's first black professor and first black librarian, the Nilons helped inspire countless students and colleagues and challenge the status quo.Read more »
Ghost-like sculpture

TIP SHEET: Experts available to discuss superstitions and ghosts

Oct. 13, 2017

With Friday the 13th upon us and Halloween around the corner, CU Boulder experts are available to discuss the roots of superstition and our fascination with ghosts and horror. Stephen Graham Jones is a creative writing professor and author of numerous horror novels. He will teach an advanced horror fiction... Read more »

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