Through the spring semester, campus officials are providing regular updates. In this issue: the weekly Campus Q&As have kicked off and they occur each Tuesday; CU Boulder received a small number of COVID-19 vaccines; and more.
In a 2021 ceremony, the CU community was finally able to honor the seven recipients of the 2020 Regent Awards. The awards include honorary degrees, university medals and a distinguished service award for some of the greatest contributors to CU, the state and the nation.
With many K-12 schools switched to remote or hybrid learning settings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CU Teach partner schools and teachers have been particularly grateful to have support from CU Boulder students.
From the oath-taking on the Bible during the presidential swearing-in ceremony, to the “awe” and “restraint” of the early Christian world, the meaning of “religion” has gone through a long journey. Assistant Professor Sam Boyd shares on The Conversation.
Long before the pandemic sent people scrambling into isolation, musicians longed to jam virtually with others across the globe. But online jamming isn’t feasible because of latency, the tiny delay that occurs when data travels from one point to the next.
NOAA’s National Integrated Drought Information System has launched a redesigned drought portal to better serve stakeholders, decision makers, journalists and the public. Several CU Boulder researchers contributed to the project.