As part of the 2021 State of the Campus event, Chancellor Philip DiStefano reflects on the past pandemic year with gratitude and a look ahead to a year focused on student well-being, improving diversity, equity and inclusion, and continuing the rigorous academic work that makes CU Boulder a leading research university.
For years, many scientists didn't think that CubeSats, or unusually small spacecraft, could take on serious science questions. Now, for the first time, a NASA-funded CubeSat mission will explore planets orbiting far-away stars.
The budget model redesign project aims to develop a more transparent and responsive allocation of funding and an enhanced ability to support the university’s mission and priorities. Get updates and plan to attend an info session in October or November.
The colors of changing leaves, chilly weather, Halloween—there's a lot to love about the fall season in Colorado! From seasonal activities to fun events, there are many ways to participate in the festivities.
With the implementation of the Feed the Stampede food assistance program over the past year, CU Boulder has been designated a Hunger Free Campus as part of a statewide initiative to address disparities in food insecurity on college campuses.
Register by Sept. 30 for ScienceWriters2021, the nation's premier science communications workshop. The Oct. 8–11 event, which is all virtual this year, will feature an array of panels and speakers, including CU Boulder faculty on how insects can influence robots and what can be learned from asteroids.