In the Marshal Fire, approximately 155 homes of CU Boulder community members were damaged or destroyed. A dozen CU police officers helped evacuate the area. Tens of thousands of dollars went into the faculty, staff and student emergency funds. Learn about the impacts––by the numbers.
This issue includes information about the campus's in-person mode beginning Jan. 24: flexibility for those who are ill, quarantined or displaced; advising and academic coaching; technology assistance; and more.
CU Boulder's Faculty and Staff Assistance Program and Office of Victim Assistance recently partnered in a discussion around the events of the Marshall Fire. Counselors addressed how to take care of oneself and others; trauma response and coping mechanisms; and resources at CU Boulder and beyond.
Renewable energy is expanding at a record pace, but still not fast enough. CU experts Charles Kutscher and Jeffrey Logan share the key areas to watch for progress in bringing more wind and solar into the power grid in 2022. Read it on The Conversation.