A new CU Boulder study of nearly 90,000 samples across six states found cannabis labels don’t adequately reflect the underlying chemical makeup of products. The study authors are now calling for a weed labeling system.
As climate change brings a hotter, thirstier atmosphere, much of the western U.S. has seen record-breaking wildfires, intense heat waves, low stream flows and dwindling water supplies. CIRES researcher Imtiaz Rangwala shares on The Conversation.
While it is important to acknowledge crises and disasters when they happen, it is equally important to minimize additional impact and trauma to one another. Learn more about how to support your colleagues, teams and each other.
OIT is running Canvas trainings all summer long, including sessions on designing more engaging Canvas pages, adding interactive video content and streamlining how you add content to your Canvas course with MultiTool.
To offer more opportunities for student belonging, inclusion and engagement, Fraternity and Sorority Life has been working with the National Pan-Hellenic Council to bring historically Black fraternities and sororities to CU Boulder.
Council members will update the campus community about its work during the 2021–22 academic year, answer questions, and invite students, staff and faculty to join a discussion on the university’s next steps for promoting diversity, equity and inclusion across the campus.
In case you missed it, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival will be back with an in-person season June 5–Aug. 7. Peruse the lineup, including “The Two Gentlemen of Verona,” “All’s Well That Ends Well” and “Coriolanus,” as well as two non-Shakespeare works: “The Book of Will” and “The Alchemist.”