Public safety agencies, including the University of Colorado Police Department under the leadership of Chief Doreen Jokerst, are reassessing how to serve the communities they are sworn to serve and protect through greater transparency, accountability and trust.
The Campus Sustainability Awards recognize commitments to continuing the CU Boulder tradition of leadership in sustainability and this year are going to 11 outstanding individuals and departments, to be presented April 22 at the CU Earth Day Town Hall.
ProPublica’s series The NYPD Files, a searing investigation into how the country’s largest police department maintains impunity from public oversight, is the winner of this year’s Al Nakkula Award for police reporting. The annual award is co-sponsored by The Denver Press Club and CU Boulder's College of Media, Communication and Information.
The nation’s largest anti-death penalty organization recently honored Sociology Professor Michael Radelet, on the eve of his retirement, for a lifetime of research examining the true societal costs of capital punishment.
For the next chapter of her career, with an NSF CAREER grant, Casey Fiesler—who studies technology ethics, internet law and policy, and online communities—will launch a five-year research project on ethical speculation in technology design.
Katherine Stange and Jonathan Wise are among 40 mathematicians nationwide to win this fellowship, which aims to allow scholars to focus on research for the "long periods often necessary for significant advances in their disciplines."
Senior Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Human Resources Officer Katherine Erwin will retire in June. She led hallmark employee initiatives since 2016 as a member of the chancellor’s cabinet and contributed 27 years of service to CU Boulder.
Through a national search, the University of Colorado Boulder is seeking a dynamic, data-informed, results-oriented fundraising operations leader to serve in the position of vice chancellor for advancement. Nominations are also being accepted.