Through a new CU Boulder program, undergraduates experience firsthand the dynamics of working within city government and community-based organizations. They also gain practical skills working alongside public service professionals.
After testing the new macOS 14 Sonoma for compatibility, the Office of Information Technology is satisfied that the majority of issues have been addressed. Mac users on campus should feel free to upgrade to the new operating system. Visit the OIT website to learn how to upgrade.
Reported in a new Science Advances paper, a JILA team and co-collaborators probed the spin dynamics within a special material known as a Heusler compound: a mixture of metals that behaves like a single magnetic material.
The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program is offering free wellness workshops and groups—covering everything from healthy eating to sleeping well and retirement basics—during the spring semester. Check out the offerings.
Beginning Nov. 30, world leaders and climate experts will gather in Dubai for the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference to address the climate crisis and help vulnerable communities adapt. Learn more about CU Boulder's expertise and involvement.
CU Boulder senior Runzhe Li is attending the major U.N. climate conference, COP28, as an independent scholar. At CU Boulder, Li is majoring in economics with a minor in atmospheric and oceanic sciences.