In 2021 and beyond, CU Boulder will continue to expand our commitment to promoting anti-racism and to incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion into every aspect of teaching, learning, research and campus life.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano is announcing an investment pool of $25 million over five years to support campus diversity initiatives. Read about this and get other news in the new monthly diversity, equity and inclusion update.
Building on its commitment to improving the university’s recruitment and retention of students, staff and faculty this year, the IDEA Council has proposed a program that will facilitate faculty and staff participation in campus affinity groups.
CU Boulder will continue to move major initiatives forward during the current academic year and beyond—including the pivotal work of the IDEA Council to prioritize and implement recommendations included in the Inclusion, Diversity and Excellence in Academics Plan.
A group of students, faculty and staff members who will lead the implementation of the Inclusion, Diversity and Excellence in Academics Plan recently met with university leaders to discuss the next steps they will take to help build a more diverse, equitable and inclusive campus community.
A strategic advisory group of student leaders, faculty and staff representing all university units will convene for the first time to begin the historic work of implementing the IDEA Plan, a campus blueprint for building a more diverse and inclusive CU Boulder.
As CU Boulder faculty adapt to the ongoing challenges of teaching in the COVID-19 era, they can take heart that they are not alone. CU Boulder’s Center for Teaching & Learning is taking center stage as a teaching partner, offering an array of resources.