CU Boulder undergraduate Makayla Sileo participates in the Presidents Leadership Class first-year orientation in August 2019. (Photo by Jessie Kasynski/CU Boulder)

Innovative new leadership center blends research with programming

Oct. 14, 2020

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.

students participate in socially distanced class in Norlin Library

How to navigate in-person, hybrid and remote classes

Aug. 28, 2020

As you continue to adjust to the new semester, you may be taking courses in different instructional modes. Here are a few tips to help you navigate your in-person, hybrid or remote courses.

coffee mug and Zoom conference on laptop

Make connections and get involved at the Be Involved Fair

Aug. 21, 2020

Looking to join an organization or club? Join the virtual Be Involved Fair Aug. 25–27 to familiarize yourself with student organizations, volunteer opportunities and nonprofit programs on and off campus.

Dean of Students JB Banks

From Dean Banks: Welcome back, Buffs!

Aug. 18, 2020

This may not be how you envisioned the start of your year, but we are so excited you’re here. We have been working hard this summer to create a COVID-19-ready campus experience after leaving early last spring. Thank you for your patience, feedback and input.

A sign seen at a Black Lives Matter protest

Free anti-racism course opens door to 'some very difficult questions'

Aug. 7, 2020

CU Boulder Today recently spoke with Shawn O’Neal, a doctoral candidate in ethnic studies, to learn more about Anti-Racism I, the first of three new Coursera courses he has developed with Jennifer Ho, professor of ethnic studies and director of the Center for Humanities and the Arts.

Roy Parker

Roy Parker named director of BioFrontiers

July 14, 2020

As the BioFrontier Institute's second director, Parker will carry the torch for founding director and Nobel Laureate Tom Cech, who will remain on campus to continue research.

Grad student studying in the CASE building

Digital badges give grad students proof of valuable job skills

April 27, 2020

The Graduate School is offering digital credential badges that graduate students and postdocs can earn as one of the school’s professional development opportunities.

Steve Bannon and Ben Teitelbaum pray over a meal

Inside Steve Bannon’s ‘War for Eternity’

April 22, 2020

A new book by CU Boulder ethnographer Benjamin Teitelbaum explores the ultra-right spiritual ideology inspiring Steve Bannon, the former Trump strategist and other ‘global power brokers.’

Buffalo sculpture on campus

26 graduate students receive National Science Foundation fellowships

April 15, 2020

Twenty-six CU Boulder graduate students have received NSF Graduate Research Fellowships, a prestigious award that recognizes students in STEM fields with a three-year annual stipend of $34,000.

Kristine Fischenich working on lab equipment

Former athlete is working to understand effects of soft tissue injuries

April 13, 2020

Postdoctoral research associate Kristine Fischenich wants to design therapeutic alternatives for the type of injuries she experienced when she was a young athlete.

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