Arriving on campus and adjusting to a new social environment is an exciting time for undergraduate and graduate students, but it’s also when students are most likely to run into trouble. The fall semester is when incoming students experience the most thefts, stitches, tickets and sexual assaults—which is why people need skills to interrupt these situations before they become a problem.
A new $3 million sponsorship by Lockheed Martin announced Thursday will establish academic programs focused on radio frequency (RF) systems. RF fields address commercial, civil and military needs for communications, radar and photonics. For students, the partnership means even more opportunities to get real-world experience in tracking, navigation and spacecraft control as well as next-generation global navigation technologies.
On behalf of all of the members of the CU Police Department, I want to welcome you to the 2016-17 school year. You are on one of the most beautiful college campuses in the U.S. As the chief of the police department, I will assure you that the top priority for every member of our department is to make sure that you have a safe environment to pursue your academic goals.
The first several weeks of school are pretty jam-packed. As you're out there meeting people and making friends, don't forget to reach out and get to know some key people in your residence hall: your resident advisor (RA) and the community assistants (CAs).
Since the Hill Reinvestment Strategy began in 2014, each year the city has issued a survey to measure public perception of the Hill. The goal is to see if this collaborative effort is succeeding at moving the needle on improving quality of life on the Hill for its residents, businesses...
Elias Sacks, assistant professor of Religious Studies and Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, will be giving a talk titled, “Does God Make Mistakes? Should God Repent?” at Aspen Jewish Congregation on Friday, Aug. 26, during Shabbat services at 6 p.m. This talk is the inaugural event of the CU Boulder Peak to Peak Lecture Series and is free and open to the public.