This week we want to bring awareness to the issue of sexual assault on college campuses around the country. Sexual assault is a horrendous crime that needs to end. Look out for those around you and make sure your friends, sisters, brothers, colleagues and fellow students get home safely. It is time to act. It ends with us.
After enough late nights and early mornings, feeling sleepy can seem like another part of the college experience. But sleep is actually vital to overall health. So how can we get our sleep cycle back under control?
When you don’t add captions to your video, you make it difficult not just for the student trying to watch your video in a busy coffee shop, but also for someone in a quiet space such as a library, someone with a hearing loss or someone who struggles with understanding a speaker’s dialect. The reasons for captioning content are many and the resources for doing so are plentiful, too. Learn more about CU Boulder’s captioning guidelines and resources.
Disability Services will be hosting its first annual awards ceremony in recognition of students, alumni, faculty members and staff who have exhibited exceptional qualities in supporting students with disabilities and fostering outreach and involvement in the disability community.
The Federal Land Policy and Management Act turns 40 on Oct. 21. Join Colorado Law for a one-day conference featuring panels with top experts in the field discussing important aspects of the law and challenges facing public land managers.
CU Boulder faculty, students and staff are undergoing an initiative to evaluate the university learning management system, Desire2Learn, to determine whether it meets CU Boulder’s teaching and learning needs as part of an array of digital instructional tools.
Student Health 101
The best way to beat stress is by knowing how to handle it. Build your self-care toolkit and learn about stress-relieving techniques in this month's CU Health 101.