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Finalists for top diversity, equity, inclusion position visiting with campus community through June 3

May 12, 2021

A campus search committee has identified three candidates for the new senior vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion position. Plan to attend virtual open sessions for students, faculty and staff to meet each finalist through June 3.

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CU Boulder receives new state scholarship grants

May 10, 2021

Thanks to two new Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative grants totaling $400,000, CU Boulder will be able to offer additional scholarships and academic support to low-income, first-generation students this fall.

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New board designed to foster collaboration between CUPD, campus community

May 7, 2021

Helping ensure transparency and accountability, CU Boulder is establishing a community board that will enable students, faculty and staff to provide guidance on campus policing and public safety policies and procedures.

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Above national average for hiring female officers, CUPD looks to go further

April 29, 2021

The CU Police Department has eight commissioned female officers among its ranks, comprising about 17% of its total corps. Since taking the helm, Chief Doreen Jokerst has hired three new female officers and intends to continue this trend among women and officers of color.

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Check out 3 new ways to engage in diversity, inclusion learning

April 23, 2021

Join the Anti-Racism Challenge, explore the inclusive staff hiring process online course and dive into the importance of pronouns with the Department of Human Resources' latest new offerings.

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The strings of his violin: A tribute to Elijah McClain

April 20, 2021

The Cultural Events Board is sharing this video with the campus community in hopes that we will all commit ourselves to continuing to lead with love in the face of challenges and injustice.

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From Chief Jokerst: Building an inclusive, community-centered police department

April 16, 2021

I want to share some of the steps we are taking to build a more inclusive police department that serves and protects our campus and Boulder community. We will be sharing updates in a series of stories that CU Boulder Today will begin publishing today.

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Working to build accountability, transparency and trust, CUPD turns to campus community, public safety experts

April 16, 2021

Public safety agencies, including the University of Colorado Police Department under the leadership of Chief Doreen Jokerst, are reassessing how to serve the communities they are sworn to serve and protect through greater transparency, accountability and trust.

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Boulder Faculty Assembly supports resolution on more awareness around anti-Asian racism

April 9, 2021

Suspending bylaws in order to vote, the Boulder Faculty Assembly passed a resolution at its April 1 meeting supporting more awareness around anti-Asian racism. The resolution, which Staff Council also voted to support, includes a number of resources for the campus community.

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From Rick George: Leveraging our platform in Athletics for meaningful change

April 7, 2021

Racial injustice and inequity have been embedded in our culture for centuries, and the events of the last 12 months have spurred long overdue national discussions about these issues. Read more from Athletic Director Rick George.