CU Boulder’s newest center supports teaching, research and creative work on the history, culture and struggles of people of African descent. It will also provide Black students, staff and faculty a permanent space for building community and more.
Reiland Rabaka discusses what it means for the Center for African and African American Studies to be established, what he envisions it becoming, and how students, faculty and the community will benefit from it now and for years to come.
While budget cuts are set to take place, the university is also positioning itself to end the past year’s pay reductions and furloughs, increase the minimum wage, extend the four-year tuition guarantee and more.
Pawel Sawicki of the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences is the lead author on a paper that recently won an award. Read more from Sawicki about the work and why his college and department are becoming a national powerhouse in the field of hypersonics.
It has been about two months since the March 6 riot took place in the University Hill neighborhood. With investigations continuing and an increased effort to address community concerns, here are some updates and reminders.
The official beginning of summer is just around the corner. That means we’ll have more opportunities to get outside, soak up some vitamin D and stay active. Follow these tips to stay safe, healthy and make the most of your Colorado summer.