Earlier today, senior campus leadership received a letter from more than 200 faculty members and a petition signed by more than 200 graduate students. The documents asked the administration to lend their support to events proposed as alternatives to the Milo Yiannopoulos talk on Jan. 25. Chancellor DiStefano met with faculty and graduate student representatives to hear their concerns, and provided preliminary responses via letter to both groups.
The past couple of weeks have been very turbulent for many of us Buffs, with the recent election, finals and other uncertainties that college students face. It is important for us as members of the CU Boulder community, to remember the Colorado Creed and reflect on how we can live our lives by its values.
Our campus is constantly under attack by a barrage of attempts to steal personal information, often referred to as phishing. Often these attacks come during holidays when campus IT support is unavailable or has reduced hours. Even when you can’t contact the IT Service Center, there are still clues to help you figure out if an e-mail is legitimate or a phishing attempt.
The next Engaged Scientist Series lecture and workshop, open to graduate students and post-doctoral researchers, will focus on "Uses and Practices of Community Dialogue in Geosciences and Environmental Sciences."
Assistant Professor Michael Beitz makes furniture that straddles the line between the functional and the fantastical by integrating sometimes awkward and prickly family relationships into his work.
Winter break schedule for CU Boulder Today
Starting the week of Dec. 19, CU Boulder Today will publish on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Both the student and faculty staff editions will follow the winter break schedule until the first week of classes, returning to the full publication schedule on Tuesday, Jan. 17.