A football game at Folsom Field

Bringing together sports and sustainability

July 9, 2018

On campus July 11–12, the Pac-12 athletics and sustainability conference will feature Olympians Arielle Gold and Mary Harvey, NBA players, NCAA leaders, a tour and discussions.

Two bees land on orange flowers

Canceled: Native bee habitat celebration

July 3, 2018

This event, originally scheduled for July 6, is canceled. A new date is pending for the event, designed for attendees to get tips on attracting pollinators and learn how to help bees in urban environments.

Bee

Get 'a bee's eye view' July 2

June 29, 2018

View the world from a bee's perspective in interactive art. Learn and engage with students about best practices, sampling a variety of the fruits and vegetables that native bees make possible.

SpaceX Dragon

Latest BioServe space experiments will study cancer, renewable energy

June 28, 2018

Two experiment payloads designed and built at CU Boulder are scheduled to blast off for the International Space Station in the early hours of June 29.

Balloons float

Alex Zunger wins prestigious energy medal

June 23, 2018

Alex Zunger of CU's Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute joins the ranks of former President Jimmy Carter, receiving the prestigious Karl W. Böer Solar Energy Medal of Merit Award.

NVC winners

Leading toy maker Sphero acquires CU Boulder-bred startup Specdrums

June 22, 2018

Specdrums is a student-founded company that was CU Boulder’s 2018 New Venture Challenge champion. The technology involves app-controlled wearable rings that can turn color into sound.

CU employee bikes to work along the creek path

Bike to Work Day is around the corner

June 19, 2018

For the area-wide event June 27, all four campuses are joining with the goal of having 1,000-plus CU participants. Learn more, including where to get free breakfast, and register for the event.

Rendering of new pedestrian bridge

Work to begin on new pedestrian bridge linking Main Campus to creek path

June 14, 2018

The new bridge and ADA-compliant, 10-foot-wide raised concrete path will improve both connectivity to areas north of Boulder Creek and flood mitigation.

A person works in a Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering lab.

New lab management, safety compliance app coming

May 31, 2018

Environmental Health and Safety is rolling out BioRAFT, a user-friendly web-based platform that will simplify lab management and chemical, biological and radiological safety compliance.

Mentor-mentee teams participating in the Infrastructure and Sustainability Mentorship Program were recognized at a May 21 ceremony marking completion of the program.

44 teams complete Infrastructure and Sustainability Mentorship Program

May 29, 2018

Now wrapping up its sixth year, the Infrastructure and Safety Mentorship Program is designed to provide staff with professional and personal development as part of mentor-mentee teams.

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