The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program is offering free wellness workshops and groups for the spring semester—covering everything from healthy eating and sleeping to retirement basics and more. Check out and plan to take advantage of the learning opportunities.
As a new dean, Kathy Schultz met with every faculty and staff member in the School of Education to learn more about their contributions. Now, Schultz reflects on her contributions as she prepares to step down—what she’s proud of, some of the lessons learned and her wishes for the future.
Through a new CU Boulder program, undergraduates experience firsthand the dynamics of working within city government and community-based organizations. They also gain practical skills working alongside public service professionals.
After testing the new macOS 14 Sonoma for compatibility, the Office of Information Technology is satisfied that the majority of issues have been addressed. Mac users on campus should feel free to upgrade to the new operating system. Visit the OIT website to learn how to upgrade.
Join the Center for African & African American Studies for a Kwanzaa celebration honoring the rich traditions of the Nguzo Saba—the seven principles of Kwanzaa, which emphasize family, community and culture.