Alumnus Tandean Rustandy has given more than $10 million to CU Boulder, including support for the new $45 million Rustandy Building. At a ribbon-cutting Sunday, Rustandy surprised attendees with news of another $1.25 million gift.
Student voting on campus increased a whopping 12.7 percentage points in last year’s presidential election, rising to 80.3% of eligible students in 2020 from 67.6% in 2016 and surpassing the university’s national peers.
Family and friends of the class of 2021 celebrated Thursday as more than 9,000 graduates officially earned their degrees after years of hard work and challenges overcome––particularly over the past year––joining 300,000 CU Boulder alumni worldwide.
Whether it’s addressing a personal crisis or a nation in turmoil, bestselling author and social commentator David Brooks shared personal stories and bits of wisdom in a recent conversation with Chancellor Phil DiStefano. Here are some key takeaways.
Researchers at CU Boulder’s Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) on Thursday released a report outlining key steps the U.S. can take to drive CO2 emissions to zero in the key sectors of electricity, building, transportation and industry.
CU Boulder’s newest center combines an array of hands-on programming and partnerships to bolster leadership education for students, faculty and staff with research to advance the field of leadership studies.
CU Boulder research attracted $613.9 million in funding in fiscal year 2020 for groundbreaking studies that, among other things, crack the code of the teenage brain, advance electric transportation and aim to understand how odors guide behavior.