While CU Boulder's museums may be closed through the summer for in-person experiences, there's plenty going on virtually for everyone to enjoy. See what exhibits and experiences are available from home.
Everything from the dating renaissance to the future of real estate and design related to COVID-19 will be under the microscope in the next installment of this webinar series. Attend the live sessions or watch recordings.
Presented by the CU Boulder Retired Faculty Association, Michelle Ellsworth's virtual presentation will discuss dance, language, machine learning and classical Greek writers from her two works. Plan to attend.
Kids around Colorado are kicking back for summer vacation. But one team of engineers is working to make sure when children come back to school in the fall, the air they breathe will be cleaner and healthier.
So far, 2021 is one of the 10 wettest years on record since 1872 in the Denver area. Chelsea Nagy discusses what a wet spring and resulting plant growth in the Front Range could mean for the rest of the year.
The partnership between CU Boulder and CMU is a unique opportunity for students to earn a CU Boulder engineering degree while studying in Grand Junction. The program has seen siblings and even twins, and of course is open to individuals as well.