T9Hacks student organizers Océane Andréis and Neha Kunapuli in front of the ATLAS building

Student organizers discuss inclusive hackathon designed to promote diversity

March 17, 2021

Women and others traditionally underrepresented in hackathons are encouraged to join T9Hacks, March 19–21. This year's student organizers share what they've got planned to promote interest in creative technologies, coding, design and making.

2020 graduate student liaison group

Graduate liaisons offer bridge between students and the Graduate School

Jan. 12, 2021

Six graduate liaisons serve as primary contacts to peers in their representative areas—sharing information about events and initiatives, supporting cross-disciplinary connections, brainstorming program ideas and services, and more.

Neuroscience Club students work in lab on campus

Neuroscience Club is all about the brain

March 11, 2020

The CU Neuroscience Club provides resources for students to connect with peers, professors and professionals who are passionate about brain research.

Leslie Blood leads accountability seminar

Dissertation writing tailored to personality and values

Oct. 16, 2019

Leslie Blood has developed accountability seminars to help graduate students feel more grounded as they transition from structured classroom work and research to writing a dissertation.

Earl Potters working on his roboboat.

Finding Community: Small but creative RoboBoat Club improvises during world competition

July 24, 2019

A small team of CU Boulder students designed and built a fully autonomous robotic boat and took it on the road to an autonomous surface vehicle competition held June 17–23 in South Daytona, Florida.

Design for America students collaborate on project

Finding Community: Design group puts skills to work solving local problems

June 12, 2019

The Design for America organization brings together CU Boulder students in a variety of disciplines to collaborate with community partners in creating innovative solutions to their challenges.