CU employee bikes to work along the creek path

Bike to Work Day is around the corner

June 19, 2018

For the area-wide event June 27, all four campuses are joining with the goal of having 1,000-plus CU participants. Learn more, including where to get free breakfast, and register for the event.

Rendering of new pedestrian bridge

Work to begin on new pedestrian bridge linking Main Campus to creek path

June 14, 2018

The new bridge and ADA-compliant, 10-foot-wide raised concrete path will improve both connectivity to areas north of Boulder Creek and flood mitigation.

Two rows of ash trees on CU Boulder campus

Emerald ash borer treatments to begin this month

June 14, 2018

Starting June 15, Facilities Management Outdoor Services and Housing Facilities Services will continue to engage in responses to the emerald ash borer infestations in our campus trees.

A TedX stage

TEDx conference 'Uncommon' to feature 3 CU Boulder affiliates

June 8, 2018

Assistant Professor Jed Brubaker, Assistant Professor Patrick Ferrucci and researcher William Woodward are among the 14 speakers who will present at TEDxMileHigh on June 16 in Denver.

Buff Pool

Check out summer memberships, free Fridays at The Rec

June 7, 2018

The summer term is here, which means sunshine, thunderstorms and, of course, a new schedule of things to do at The Rec. Keep reading to find out about freebies and membership options.


Propose a course idea for the CU space minor

June 7, 2018

Faculty and staff are invited to complete a course proposal for the university's Grand Challenge space minor. Proposals are due by noon on July 27.

Alena Grabowski

Faculty in Focus: Ultrarunning scientist helps amputee athletes beat the odds

June 7, 2018

Alena Grabowski is helping a new generation of athletes imagine what’s possible and address the controversial question: Should runners with prosthetic legs be able to compete alongside non-amputees?

People at a training

Take the SafeZone 2.0 training June 7

June 5, 2018

Have you already gone through SafeZone training? Wish to dig deeper into strategies for making student spaces safe, as well as best practices for facilitating discussions of identity?

A person shows his work during the ATLAS Institute Research Showcase.

CU Boulder one of world's top universities, says Center for World University Rankings

June 4, 2018

CU Boulder has been named No. 50 out of 18,000 universities in an annual ranking that measures quality of education, training of students, prestige of faculty and quality of faculty research.

Tang dynasty fresco

Paul W. Kroll elected to American Philosophical Society

May 31, 2018

With this recognition, Kroll, a professor of Chinese, joins a group whose membership includes U.S. presidents, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, scores of Nobel laureates and others.