Boulder resident Michelle Maloy Dillon attended CU Boulder in the mid 1980s, moving from New York to live in Baker Hall where she established lifelong friendships over pizza and textbooks. Now, 30 years later, Cooper Dillon is calling Baker Hall "home" for his first year at CU, too.
Please be advised to stay out of any area marked as a construction zone. Active construction zones will be indicated by the use of "caution" tape, plastic barriers, fences or plywood barriers. Only authorized individuals may enter construction zones.
The primary focus of CU Boulder’s new captioning service is to meet the captioning needs for accommodation requests and public-facing academic content. Through this service faculty and staff may access information, consultation, and guidance for a broad-range of media and activities that may require captioning.
Faculty are invited to join a discussion on the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Major Research Instrumentation Program (MRI). Hosted at noon on Sept. 7, the panel presentation and the follow-up discussion will be a great opportunity for faculty to ask questions, network and identify ways to potentially partner on submitting internal pre-proposals before the CU deadline of Sept. 29, 2016.
Celebrate the career of an academic who not only ushered in a new era of graduate and professional student development on our campus, but across the nation and abroad. Join us Aug. 31, 3 to 5 p.m. in the tent on the South Terrace at the University Memorial Center.
Join Human Resources in celebrating Omaira (Oma) Bankston's 28 years of service to the university and upcoming retirement during a retirement celebration on Friday, Aug. 26, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in UMC Aspen Room 285.
Register your bike for free at the new UMC bike station location, west of the UMC fountain. Bike registration is super easy, reduces theft, proves bike ownership, gives access to no-cost bike repairs, and is required for bikes parked on campus.