On the news of his transition, I’d like to thank President Kennedy for his service to CU. His leadership during the pandemic required a unique combination of flexibility and understanding that will continue to serve us into the future.
He's a two-time Marinus Smith Award winner who holds a master's degree in architecture, has been called an academic concierge and met his wife on an errand. Learn more about Michael Shernick's corner of campus.
Thanks to two new Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative grants totaling $400,000, CU Boulder will be able to offer additional scholarships and academic support to low-income, first-generation students this fall.
Join the School of Education for an evening of reimagining new social and educational futures through play, heart, truth and dreams. At times lyrical, lighthearted and deeply personal, Ed Talks are sure to leave the audience full of hope and excitement for a more beautiful and just future.
Presented by the CU Boulder Retired Faculty Association as part of a series, Distinguished Professor Jane Menken will present a virtual lecture titled "Population and Health around the World: A Demographer’s Journey."