Chancellor DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: Embracing free speech and listening to different viewpoints

Dec. 1, 2016

You may have seen that conservative journalist Milo Yiannopoulos will be coming to CU Boulder on Jan. 25 at the invitation of two student groups, the College Republicans and Turning Point USA. Some of you have expressed your concerns on social media, in letters to my office, and to me in person that CU Boulder is allowing such a controversial speaker to hold an event in a campus building.Read more »
Akirah Bradley

From the Dean of Students: Show your Buff spirit

Dec. 1, 2016

I’d like to take a minute to congratulate our Buffs on a great football season. Our team has a lot to be proud of, and we as fans have enjoyed The Rise throughout the season beginning back in August.Read more »
Senior Vice Chancellor Kelly Fox

From the SVC: Celebrating the community we build

Nov. 28, 2016

As we return to the campus after fall break, it is hard to believe we have only two full weeks left before finals begin, and our semester comes to a close. This campus is a remarkable place, and I encourage us to finish strong, and celebrate the community we are building here at CU Boulder.Read more »
Provost Russell Moore

From the Provost: Recommitting to our values as a university

Nov. 14, 2016

Several months ago I wrote a column focusing on the election, the Colorado Creed and the importance of engaging with each other in respectful dialogue. As another campaign season comes to an end and we strive to reunify our nation after two years of spirited and sometimes contentious and polarizing debate, I think it’s important again to remember and recommit to our values as a university.Read more »
Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: Achieving a diverse, inclusive community

Nov. 7, 2016

We need to recognize the importance each of us has in shaping the culture of the campus by the way we interact with one another. Dialogue about achieving a diverse and inclusive community must be part of our daily conversation.Read more »
Vice Chancellor of Infrastructure and Safety David Kang

Campus Q&A: VCIS Kang discusses his vision for a sustainable and safe campus

Nov. 2, 2016

The Vice Chancellor for Infrastructure and Safety (VCIS) is responsible for the physical and public safety of the campus; long-range capital planning; real estate development; architecture; design and construction; the operation and maintenance of all campus facilities; emergency management; environmental health and safety; sustainability; and campus logistics. CU Boulder Today asked VCIS David Kang to discuss his vision for a sustainable and safe campus.Read more »
Kelly Fox

From the SVC: Collaborative approaches bring energy and community

Oct. 17, 2016

When we approach the university’s work collaboratively, the energy and ideas brought to the table benefit all elements of our enterprise. I appreciate the work being done across the campus to create a culture that is inclusive, collaborative and innovative.Read more »
Provost Moore against a background of the university

From the Provost: A community of support for our students

Oct. 10, 2016

It’s October. The time of year when the leaves fully change, snow may begin to fall, the sun starts to set earlier, and you may begin to question whether you really belong on campus. Let me assure you that, you are not alone in feeling this way and yes, you most certainly belong.Read more »
Dean of Students and Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Akirah J. Bradley

From the Dean of Students: Please continue to support each other

Oct. 6, 2016

Yesterday was quite scary and unsettling for many students and the entire CU Boulder community. During times like this it is important to pay attention to your emotional well-being.Read more »
Chancellor DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: How we can build student retention and increase our own engagement

Oct. 3, 2016

Increasing overall student retention rate is a great step in our journey to improve our campus community. To continue this journey, how can we all contribute to a campus that is not only welcoming, but an engaging place to be?Read more »

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