Through April 30, students are invited to pick up a grab n’ go bag from the Center for Inclusion and Social Change and talk to a staff member from CISC and the Dennis Small Cultural Center about the centers’ resources.
Grief, anger, powerlessness and worry––in a tragic event, all of these emotions are valid and some may feel all of them over time, says Sona Dimidjian, director of the Renée Crown Wellness Institute. Learn more.
As part of the CU Boulder Where You Are series, Librarian Emily Dommermuth has identified media recommendations that illustrate how human connections forged in scientific research collaborations can help us solve humanity's biggest challenges.
Whatever you may be going through, it’s important to show yourself and others compassion as we all work to process the horrific events that took place at the Table Mesa King Soopers on Monday, Mar. 22. Here are a few things you can do to support yourself and your fellow Buffs through these challenging times.
When scary or sad things happen, kids look to the adults that surround them to help them feel safe and understand what is happening. The Center for Resilience & Well-Being in Schools has resources to offer guidance for parents, guardians, teachers or anyone else who is regularly with children.
The first transgender athlete to compete on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team is the keynote speaker at CU Boulder's March 24 Inclusive Sports Summit. The summit is open to the community, however, Bailar's presentation is open only to CU students and employees.