Elizabeth Boese teaches computer science 1300

Faculty: Start of new semester? Keep accessibility in mind

Jan. 16, 2018

Accessible and universally designed course materials ensure students with disabilities can understand your content, and can benefit all students. Use OIT's checklist as a reference.Read more »
CWA panelists

Request CWA speaker classroom visits by Jan. 19 for full consideration

Jan. 12, 2018

The Conference on World Affairs is accepting requests for speaker classroom visits during the event April 9–13. The deadline for full consideration is Friday, Jan 19.Read more »
CEAE classroom

Senior Auditors back on campus next week

Jan. 11, 2018

The Senior Auditors program is back, and participants will be in classes next week. Note participants must receive permission to audit a class and will be requesting signatures for approval.Read more »
Old Main building during winter

You're invited: Inaugural Faculty Awards Celebration

Jan. 10, 2018

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano, Provost Russell Moore and the Office of Faculty Affairs are pleased to invite you to the inaugural Faculty Awards Celebration Jan. 29. RSVP by Jan. 24.Read more »
Students in computer science class

From Student Affairs: Adjusting to a new semester

Jan. 9, 2018

Counseling and Psychiatric Services offers resources and workshops to help students establish a routine, start out the semester strong and develop skills to succeed.Read more »
Course reserves textbooks at the University Libraries

Request course reserves now in preparation for the semester

Jan. 9, 2018

Allowing faculty to make texts and course materials equally available to all of their students, the course reserves service is a resource to plan to use for spring classes.Read more »
Professor Clint Carroll sits around fire with with the Cherokee Nation Medicine Keepers

Faculty in Focus: Rooting research in tribal partnerships

Jan. 8, 2018

Clint Carroll designs research relevant to tribal communities and the university, working closely with Cherokee Nation Medicine Keepers to affect environmental policy.Read more »
Martin Luther King, Jr. at the National Mall

Celebrate persistence, purposeful action at MLK observance event

Jan. 8, 2018

On Jan. 15, the public is invited to a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration at Old Main, featuring music, dance and brief talks on King's fight for equal rights, as well as a period of dialogue on carrying forward his legacy.Read more »
Eyal Rivlin jams with students in second annual Hebrew Shmooze-A-Palooza

Become a CU Engage faculty fellow

Jan. 4, 2018

Due Feb. 1 are proposals to receive $4,000 grants from CU engage for the design of a new course or modification to an existing course involving community-based learning. The awards are part of the Faculty Fellows in Community-Based Learning program.Read more »
The Colorado Mountain Club, pictured on a summit, is funded in part by CCC donations

Give where you live through the CCC

Dec. 28, 2017

Plan your 2018 giving with the Colorado Combined Campaign, and check one more item off of your to-do list! CCC provides state employees with a diverse, fairly-managed and efficient charitable solicitation, with charities listed by region so you can keep your dollars close to home.Read more »