A sculpture, created by former CU Boulder master of fine arts student Jasmine Baetz, memorializes six students who advocated for the rights of Chicanos/Mexican Americans in higher education and appears as a low rectangular block in mosaic, brick and cement materials depicting busts of the victims. (Photo by Glenn Asaka

Remembering Los Seis de Boulder through education and preservation

May 15, 2024

At the 50th anniversary, read about the history, research opportunities, a related scholarship and the preservation of Los Seis de Boulder. Also, attend an event on May 21.

Keith Julien

Keith Julien, world-renowned CU applied mathematician, passes away at 58

May 2, 2024

Keith Julien was a longtime leader in his department and at the university. He made significant contributions to his discipline and also helped engineer the reorganization of the College of Arts and Sciences.

Los Seis de Boulder sculpture on campus

Honoring Los Seis de Boulder

April 30, 2024

This May marks the 50th anniversary of the Los Seis de Boulder tragedies, which remain unsolved. In 2019, Jasmine Baetz designed a sculpture in memory of the six killed.

Anna and Joan Sie

Celebrating the legacy and impact of Anna Sie, lifelong supporter of the arts and humanity

Jan. 24, 2024

Known for her heartfelt philanthropy on both local and national levels, Anna Sie left a powerful legacy of impact at CU Boulder, including establishing a transformational student scholarship in the College of Music.

Monique LeBourgeois

In memoriam: Monique LeBourgeois

Jan. 10, 2024

Monique LeBourgeois, a pioneering sleep researcher at CU Boulder, helped answer questions about sleep disruptions in children, knowledge that has been helpful to parents.

Joey Herrin

Nature was his classroom

Oct. 19, 2023

A new memorial scholarship in the CU Boulder Department of Environmental Studies honors the late Joey Herrin’s nontraditional educational path and love for the natural world.

Campus Architect Emeritus Bill Deno poses for photo with Body & Soul book

CU Boulder architectural pioneer dies at 94

July 5, 2023

At the beginning of the spring semester, CU's Infrastructure and Sustainability department lost a cherished colleague. Campus Architect Emeritus Bill Deno, 94, passed away on Feb. 20.

Charles Wilkinson

Charles Wilkinson was a trailblazer for justice, the Earth and American Indian law

June 15, 2023

The University of Colorado Law School and the Getches-Wilkinson Center communities mourn the profound loss of Charles Wilkinson, the Moses Lasky Professor of Law Emeritus and a distinguished professor. Wilkinson passed away surrounded by family on June 6.

Chas Wetherbee

Dedicated to the memory of Chas Wetherbee

Jan. 19, 2023

The campus community lost a cherished colleague and treasured friend, Associate Professor of Violin Charles “Chas” Wetherbee. The Boulder Philharmonic's performance on Jan. 22 and the CU Boulder College of Music's next Faculty Tuesdays recital on Jan. 24 will be presented in Wetherbee's memory.

David Bolen

Life celebrated for David Bolen, CU’s 1st Olympian

Jan. 2, 2023

David Bolen, the University of Colorado's first Olympian who went on to have amazing career of accomplishments outside of the sports arena, passed away in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Dec. 10; he was two weeks shy of his 99th birthday.