The public is invited to the CU Events Center to watch Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders accept his recently announced Sportsperson of the Year award by Sports Illustrated. The free event will include giveaways, a docuseries screening and more.
Catch the No. 7-ranked CU women’s basketball team for a lunch-time showdown beginning at 11 a.m., Dec. 5, against the University of Texas at Arlington. Students get in for free, and all other tickets are just $5.
When it comes to looking for a movie to teach you about leadership, Barbie might not be the first one that comes to mind. However, beneath the glitter and pink emerged five important steps to becoming an effective leader, according to Stefanie Johnson.
The American Society of Civil Engineers board of directors has established the Dan M. Frangopol Medal for Life-Cycle Engineering of Civil Structures in honor of Dan Frangopol, a distinguished CU Boulder professor emeritus with a significant career in the university’s Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering.
Vice Chancellor for Infrastructure and Sustainability Chris Ewing has named d’Andre Willis as assistant vice chancellor for planning and design. Willis will continue to serve as campus architect, as well, a position she was appointed to in 2021.
In a new study led by CU Boulder, researchers surveyed more than 8,400 people in six former Soviet Union nations about their support for the controversial Russian leader. In Ukraine, at least, Russia's long and bloody invasion seems to have backfired on the leader.