Chancellor DiStefano has asked Vice Chancellor Bob Boswell to lead the implementation of the eight immediate actions announced on June 18 to improve anti-racism, diversity, inclusion and equity efforts on campus.
Chancellor DiStefano joined with President Mark Kennedy and the other chancellors in the CU system to communicate their support of CU's international students following a recent federal ruling on student visas.
In each session, Associate Professor Donna Mejia and Ombuds Office Director Kirsi Aulin take a deeper dive. Discussion topics include listening meaningfully and wholeheartedly, questioning with courage and acting with integrity.
In a second series of webinars July 9–22, featuring commentary on life surrounding the pandemic, check out topics like the economy, journalism and inclusivity. Can't join the live sessions? Recordings are available.
As many as 7% of moms-to-be use marijuana while pregnant, and that number is rising fast as more use it as a remedy for morning sickness. But new research shows such use could have a lasting impact on the fetal brain, influencing children's sleep for as much as a decade.
If each human cell has the same blueprint, or set of genes, why does an eye cell look and act differently than a brain cell or skin cell? New research moves science one step closer to solving this mystery, potentially leading to new treatments for cancer, heart abnormalities and more.