CU Boulder faculty, students and staff are undergoing an initiative to evaluate the university learning management system, Desire2Learn, to determine whether it meets CU Boulder’s teaching and learning needs as part of an array of digital instructional tools.
October’s monthly Brown Bag series will feature a presentation by Patrick Warwick-Diaz, Clery compliance and crime analyst with the CU Police Department, on Clery compliance. The presentation will be held on Monday, Oct. 24, from noon to 1 p.m. at The Rec.
The CU Faculty Council committees on LGBTQ+ issues and Ethnic and Minority Affairs are co-hosting a collaborative, day-long symposium entitled "Intersections: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Research and Teaching" on the CU Boulder campus on Friday, Nov. 11, in the University Memorial Center.
All campus offices can now purchase high-quality carbon offsets easily and at a great rate through the Environmental Center. In order to centralize efforts in mitigating climate footprints, any campus department can purchase carbon offsets for travel, conferences, day-to-day use, employee commuting or large purchases easily via an online purchasing form.
Disability Services will be hosting its first annual awards ceremony in recognition of students, alumni, faculty members and staff who have exhibited exceptional qualities in supporting students with disabilities and fostering outreach and involvement in the disability community.
Sociology professor Lori Hunter takes yoga from the studio into the classroom, where her students practice mindfulness and assess yoga’s place in our culture – and its growing commercialism. She asks, “Is this version of yoga even ‘authentic?’ Does it matter?”