Staff Council is excited to honor Linda Frueh Wellmann, who has served at CU Boulder for 50 years. Enjoy a short autobiography that highlights Frueh Wellman's time on campus and some of the memories she’s collected, as well as a note from a Nobel Prize laureate.
An encounter in May now called the "Central Park birdwatching incident" ignited a national conversation about whether Black people are welcome in natural areas. It's a discussion that hit home for Shaz Zamore.
Mary Ann Shea, the outgoing director of the Faculty Teaching Excellence Program and director of the President’s Teaching Scholars Program, reflects on her career promoting student-centered teaching and learning.
Former graduate student Sarah Tynen was living in Urumqi, China, when officials began detaining Muslims in unheard of numbers. "I still have nightmares about it," said Tynen, who serves as the university’s graduate program manager.
Valerie Simons has led Title IX compliance at CU Boulder since 2014. Now, she has the opportunity to share her knowledge with the entire state as the chair of the Colorado Sexual Misconduct Advisory Committee.
As you walk toward the map collection of the Earth Sciences and Map Library, you may find a room full of students and the chatter of discovering maps. The number of classes held in the space has increased thanks to Ilene Raynes and Naomi Heiser.