Help advance the commitment to being a diverse and inclusive campus by attending the spring summit. The free campus event includes 30 informative, challenging and interactive sessions, as well as a "One Read" to inspire discussion.
At approximately 4:45 p.m., CU Boulder sent an alert to campus after reports of a man involved in an off-campus assault. Officers searched campus and the creek path area, and there was no sign of the suspect or a threat to campus.
Open to all, the Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic can help a child who's having trouble learning, a transgender adult navigating voice changes, a concussion survivor in need of a cognitive evaluation and others such as stroke and Parkinson's patients.
The committee has started its work for the spring, sorting through the many ideas generated by campus, as well as collaboratively looking outward among the broader higher education community.
GradTalks kicks off Feb. 9
GradTalks, a new topic-based coffee hour for graduate students, begins Friday, Feb. 9, 3:30-5 p.m. in UMC 425, with a meet and greet with Ann Schmiesing, dean of the Graduate School. Held every Friday during the semester, the discussions will cover topics of interest to campus graduate students.
Don’t miss your chance to network with more than 90 employers hiring for jobs and internships this year. Companies such as Lockheed Martin, Ricoh, Amazon, Facebook, Cree, Plexus, Webroot, Xilinx and more will be on campus Thursday, Feb. 8, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the UMC ballroom for the Technology Career Fair.