Chancellor Philip DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Supporting our community, our values and each other

Feb. 7, 2020

As our spring semester hits full stride, I want to remind us of the standards of conduct we hold ourselves to and our need to remain vigilant in protecting and supporting each member of our community. We face persistent challenges in our efforts to foster a truly inclusive CU Boulder, and we share responsibility for enabling a safe, welcoming campus for all.

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Financial Futures: Realizing gains for CU Boulder

Feb. 6, 2020

One year into the solution design phase of the Financial Futures initiative, campus community members have generated over 570 ideas with the goal of aligning strategic resources more closely with CU Boulder’s mission as a public teaching and research university.

Old Main in winter

Academic Futures year 3: Moving from themes to priorities

Feb. 6, 2020

The campus is continuing to engage in year three of Academic Futures—implementing the strategic initiatives’ themes and projects and transforming them into the campus’s work priorities.

Patrick O'Rourke

Chancellor appoints Patrick O’Rourke as interim executive vice chancellor and chief operating officer

Jan. 6, 2020

Philip DiStefano has appointed CU system Vice President, University Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Regents Patrick O’Rourke interim executive vice chancellor and chief operating officer beginning Feb. 20.

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The future of Financial Futures

Dec. 10, 2019

What began as an initiative is proving to be a robust, data-informed process by which the best ideas from all areas of campus can be reviewed, prioritized and implemented. In 2020, we will focus on transitioning to a more regular, ongoing manner of aligning our resources with our mission.

Diversity and Inclusion Summit attendees sit in a circle and talk.

Academic Futures year 3: Progress on our priorities

Dec. 10, 2019

This fall marked year three of Academic Futures. Read about the progress so far this year on the campus’s four priority themes and projects, along with concurrent work on other Academic Futures themes and projects.

Russell Moore

From the Provost: Furthering our mission through inclusivity at all levels

Nov. 27, 2019

With the Thanksgiving holiday upon us, please know that I am personally thankful for your hard work and dedication to diversity, equity and inclusive excellence.

Future-of-work strategist Heather McGowan

Revisit the Sept. 25 talk by labor futurist Heather McGowan

Nov. 8, 2019

Provost Russ Moore and Chief Operating Officer Kelly Fox invite you to revisit the Sept. 25 CU Boulder talk by labor futurist Heather McGowan, which focuses on how higher education institutions can confront the changing nature of work.

Old Main building during fall

Academic Futures themes and projects continue to make progress

Nov. 5, 2019

Get the latest on making excellence inclusive; creating a common student-centered approach to teaching and learning; teaching and technology, online and distance education; accreditation and more.

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Financial Futures hits milestones—more than 150 projects approved for implementation

Nov. 5, 2019

Expanded first-year academic advising, a renegotiated Adobe Creative Cloud contract and the new Biological Research Technology Resource Center are among the highlights for approved Financial Futures projects.