Human hands on a table

Join Sept. 21: Exploring implicit and explicit bias

Sept. 18, 2020

It's not a question of if we have biases. Rather, it's what biases do we have? Hosted by the Graduate School in partnership with Colorado State University and open to all students, including undergraduates, this session includes an exploration of how to combat biases with awareness and skills.

A person walks by the Los Seis de Boulder sculpture on the CU Boulder campus.

Los Seis de Boulder sculpture to remain at CU as part of university archives

Sept. 16, 2020

The Los Seis de Boulder sculpture installed on the CU Boulder campus last year will remain at CU as part of the permanent collection in the University Libraries’ Special Collections, Archives and Preservation department.

Women's liberation

University Libraries celebrating centennial of 19th Amendment

Sept. 15, 2020

The ratification of the 19th Amendment secured and protected women’s right to vote. The University Libraries held a panel discussion and is providing an online exhibit of archives.

Nora Barpal

Music grad’s solution to expensive college auditions: A recording studio in a box

Sept. 15, 2020

College of Music graduate Nora Barpal wants to break down barriers that can keep young music students from becoming professional musicians. To that end, she's partnered with another alum to launch a coalition that provides high-quality recording equipment to low-income high schools.

The cover of "For Women and Girls on Fire" by Tanaya Winder, director of CU Boulder Upward Bound

Art and social justice focus of community series

Sept. 9, 2020

Social justice and the arts take center stage this fall as part of a free virtual public series featuring CU Boulder and community artists and educators.

Anoushka Divekar

Take Two Knees: A concert by Anoushka Divekar

Sept. 3, 2020

Recent College of Music graduate Anoushka Divekar debuted this virtual concert that she and collaborators created from works by Black female composers.

Kamala Harris

With Kamala Harris, Americans yet again have trouble understanding what multiracial means

Sept. 3, 2020

While the debates about Kamala Harris’ multiraciality may seem new, they are similar to the commentary other high-profile mixed-race people in the U.S. have received about their racial identities. Professor Jennifer Ho shares on The Conversation.

A student studying in the Engineering Center on the first day of the Fall 2020 semester. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Helping students boost individual, community wellness in a pandemic

Sept. 2, 2020

In a new course, designed in part by students, participants delve into the interrelationship between COVID-19 and systemic racism. Anthony Fauci will be a special guest speaker.

CUPD Chief Doreen Jokerst

Welcome from the CU Boulder and Boulder police chiefs

Aug. 31, 2020

We acknowledge that the past several months have been a troubling and uncertain time. From COVID-19 to the killing of George Floyd and the solidarity marches, we want you to know that we hear you and we are with you.

Image of a socially distanced classroom

The Accommodate portal is a new tool for faculty and instructors

Aug. 31, 2020

Disability Services is excited to introduce a new software program to help manage accommodation requests and implementations. Here’s everything you need to know about the new program.

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