I encourage the campus community to engage in creating our future, from participating in Academic Futures to the "short experiment" innovation grants. Everyone's ideas, creativity and input are needed and welcomed.
As a first-generation college student, I understand issues of accessibility and affordability—something we work on every day on campus. I will be announcing some solid results from that work at the State of the Campus event Oct. 17.
One of the best ways to discover new things about yourself and find your place on campus is to get out of your comfort zone and get involved. Though easier said than done, making that effort often leads to really great experiences.
Following the issuance of new guidance documents today from the U.S. Department of Education, we want to assure our community that the university remains firmly committed to the prevention of and response to sexual violence.
As I join in celebrating tonight's kickoff of the 10th New Venture Challenge, it seems fitting to shine a light on the growing energy and activity emanating from our Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative.
How can we set course for a future we can scarcely imagine? Across CU Boulder, initiatives are inviting our community to develop the mechanisms and resiliency that will allow us to thrive in a world of change.