Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch has taught, advised and mentored law students on campus for eight years, supporting student success and the development of tomorrow’s leaders. Both of his parents graduated from Colorado Law in 1964.
The University of Colorado Boulder released a request for qualifications for concept design of a 30,000-gross-square-foot addition to the Koelbel Building that will enhance programming for both the Leeds School of Business and the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
Under a new program called Making Teaching and Learning Visible, faculty will have access to a trove of best teaching practices. “There is so much hidden when it comes to teaching,” Assistant Professor Peter Newton said. “To the extent we can share experiences, successes, and failures in the classroom, we can develop ourselves as better teachers.”
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Looking to find your passion? The spring Student Involvement Fair will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom. Nearly 100 organizations will be on hand for the fair, which will include free food, giveaways and music.