Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: A warm welcome

Aug. 26, 2019

Welcome to a new semester at CU Boulder! I want to especially welcome those who are new to our campus community. Though times have changed since I was a student (yes, I was once a student), here is my list of top five tips for students based on 45 years of experience as a professor, parent and now chancellor of this beautiful campus.

Philip P. Distefano,  Chancellor of the University of Colorado Boulder. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

From the Chancellor: Nominations sought for 2020 Regent Awards

Aug. 14, 2019

With a deadline of Sept. 15, the nomination process is open for these Board of Regents-bestowed awards including honorary degrees, university medals and distinguished service awards.

Chancellor Philip DiStefano

Chancellor’s Corner: What are your summer plans?

May 9, 2019

After embarking on two state tours, I look forward to working with incoming President Kennedy and taking some time to recharge.

Dean of Student Sandy Jones

From the Dean of Students: Congratulations

May 7, 2019

With summer break just around the corner, I hope you have some time over the next few weeks to de-stress, relax and recharge. After finals and end-of-the-school-year events, you deserve it!

Philip P. DiStefano, CU Boulder chancellor

Chancellor’s Corner: Moving forward with our new incoming CU President Mark Kennedy

May 2, 2019

We will hold listening sessions with incoming CU President Kennedy to share our priorities and values with him and to also hear from him.

Bud Coleman lifts the ceremonial mace as part of commencement

From the Commencement Marshal: What you need to know about the commencement ceremony

April 30, 2019

As a candidate for a degree from CU Boulder, you are cordially invited to participate in the university commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 9, in Folsom Stadium. Here’s what you need to know.

Dean of Students Sandy Jones

From the Dean of Students: Finals advice from your fellow Buffs

April 24, 2019

With just a couple weeks left of the semester, it’s normal to feel stressed or anxious as you get ready for finals. While this time can feel overwhelming, your fellow Buffs have strategies and tips to help.

Dean of Students Sandy Jones

From the Dean of Students: Thank you for all that you do

March 31, 2019

As graduate students, your work, diverse perspectives and leadership enable us to fulfill our mission of teaching, research and service, and I’m looking forward to celebrating your contributions during Graduate Student Appreciation Week.

Dean of the Graduate School Leslie Reynolds

From the Dean of the Graduate School: Celebrating Graduate Student Appreciation Week

March 31, 2019

In recognition of all that you do for our campus community, the Graduate School is celebrating Graduate Student Appreciation Week, April 1–5, with a variety of events, workshops and activities throughout the week.

Dean Leslie Reynolds

From the Dean of the Graduate School: Survey results on mentors, funding

March 19, 2019

Dean Leslie Reynolds shares highlights from the fall survey on mentors and funding.

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