Growing Up Boulder will celebrate its legacy as one of the nation's and world's most successful child-friendly city initiatives. Local children and teens will host the event, which U.S Congressman Joe Neguse will kick off.
The Race and the Law Series will welcome Professor Ahmed White to explore the way diversity and inclusion have served less as means of advancing genuine equality than as methods for lending the appearance of democracy to a fundamentally undemocratic social order.
CU Boulder is collaborating with the Association of American Universities and others on a series raising awareness about the role of public research universities in times of significant global challenges. In CU Boulder's clip, an environmental engineering team is working with schools to improve air filtration.
A new study of mask compliance across 53 campuses, including CU Boulder, suggests that while there's some room for improvement, college students are listening to public health advice and wearing face coverings.
There is strong evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is predominantly transmitted through the air, and therefore public health measures that fail to treat the virus as predominantly airborne leave people unprotected and allow the virus to spread.
Efforts are underway to recruit a leader who can effectively serve as a liaison between CU Boulder and the city of Boulder, Boulder County, surrounding municipalities, local business and community groups.
Venture Partners at CU Boulder has launched an accelerator to support the translation of CU-developed COVID-19 innovations into new businesses. Faculty, students and staff with COVID-19-related innovations are invited to apply—the deadline is May 21.