Provost Russell Moore announced that all services, personnel and programs within the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement will move to the Office of Enrollment Management and the Office of Undergraduate Education. The move will be effective on July 1.
Be part of one of the most exciting and fun weeks on campus, honoring the class of 2023 and graduates’ many accomplishments. As a volunteer, you'll get to experience a special connection to the pride and joy this campus tradition brings to the community and, most of all, the graduates.
Numerous CU Boulder graduate programs hold top spots in U.S. News & World Report’s 2023–24 rankings. The campus landed the No. 4 spot nationally for atomic/molecular/optical physics, and other highlights include top standings for geology, aerospace, physical chemistry and clinical psychology.
The study of 46 million births across nearly three decades is among the first to provide population-level statistical evidence of “obstetric racism,” a term coined recently to describe a concerning pattern of maltreatment of non-white pregnant women, including a disregard for their birthing wishes.
As early as 2030, engineers and robots from Earth could begin construction on an astronomical observatory that would expand over 77 square miles of the moon’s surface—almost entirely using materials mined from the moon itself.
Invited to give the Rose M. Litman Lecture, Pam Ronald will give a talk discussing the development of climate-resilient rice varieties, the genetic basis for plant resistance and CRISPR-mediated strategies used to enhance carbon sequestration of rice.