The CU system has allocated one-time funding to further CU system strategic plan implementation and campus strategic goals. The CU Boulder campus will retire capital construction fees, cancel institutional student debt and more.
Daryl Maeda’s scholarly work has delved deeply into questions of equity and justice, and how people can come together to demand social justice and attain equality. This has led directly to his work at CU, where issues in society as a whole are reflected in the student experience.
Open to all CU Boulder students, faculty and staff, this special webinar hosted by Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences will be a discussion of our changing world, what it will look like in the coming years and the continuing importance of government service.
Experts in the Leeds School's Business Research Division are forecasting a growth year in 2022 but noted significant headwinds and uncertainties, including tangled supply chains, difficulty hiring and the potential for new COVID-19 variants.
Campus officials will conduct a noontime alerts test on Dec. 20. The test involves checking the university’s systems for sending text messages, emails, social media posts, computer desktop alerts and website announcements in the event of emergencies.