The next Campus Q&A will focus on students and families and discussion of plans for the fall, including class schedules, registration and on-campus activities. There will be updates on vaccines and public health and safety guidelines, as well as closing thoughts on the spring semester.
When Colorado went on lockdown last March, alumna Jessica Gilman was in her lab analyzing air samples. Gilman had spent the previous summer in a plane as part of research into wildfire smoke, its chemistry and effects on human health.
While side effects can be uncomfortable, they can be one way to show that your immune system is building protection against the COVID-19 virus. If you’re feeling hesitant about getting a COVID-19 vaccine because of possible side effects, here are some things to know.
The campus began an increased effort to address community concerns in the University Hill neighborhood. These efforts will continue for the remainder of the semester to help limit noise, large and unsafe gatherings, trash and other code enforcement issues.