Woman stretches on yoga mat during meditation session

Take half an hour for yourself at Feel Good Fridays

Oct. 19, 2017

This weekly drop-in event for faculty, staff and students is an opportunity to participate in guided meditation, undo stress and soothe the nervous system.Read more »
Students pet dog at the first-ever CU Boulder dog café

Video: Outdoor dog café provides midterm stress relief

Oct. 18, 2017

Tapping into the nationwide popularity of cat cafés, the inaugural Stay & Play Dog Café offered students the opportunity to meet with advisors in a relaxed environment.Read more »
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International English Center looking for host families

Oct. 18, 2017

The International English Center is looking for families to host international students who will be participating in the EducationUSA Academy in January 2018.Read more »
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Academic Futures: What we're hearing at semester's midpoint

Oct. 18, 2017

At the midpoint of the fall semester and Phase I of the Academic Futures process, we wanted to share with you a little bit about the scope and substance of what we've seen and heard so far.Read more »
Woman takes notes at informational session

Experts provide direction, how-to advice at Retirement Ready event

Oct. 18, 2017

On Nov. 13, get the tools you need to jump-start your retirement planning with Retirement Ready: A CU Financial Event, designed for employees within five years of retirement.Read more »
Woman in pink coat checks calendar on iPhone

Using Outlook 2007? You need to update before Oct. 31

Oct. 18, 2017

On Oct. 31, Microsoft will discontinue support for Outlook 2007 as well as Outlook 2010/2013 clients that are not up-to-date. Update today or start using Exchange Online to ensure you continue to receive/send emails.Read more »
Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano makes announcement at State of the Campus 2017

Be Boulder Pact to save student body $8.4 million annually

Oct. 17, 2017

CU Boulder has announced a major step in reducing the cost of attendance, eliminating $8.4 million per year in course-related fees. Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano made the announcement at his State of the Campus address Tuesday.Read more »
jazz musicians in New Orleans

Newest Winter Session courses focus on American cultural traditions

Oct. 16, 2017

Winter Session will offer two new courses focused on American cultural traditions beginning January 2018. Courses are open to the public and feature online components mixed with cultural excursions to New York and New Orleans.Read more »
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Wireless network security vulnerability

Oct. 16, 2017

A vulnerability has been identified that allows attackers to read information relayed over wireless networks that were previously assumed to be safely encrypted. Caution is advised until patches are available.Read more »
Ghost-like sculptures

Troubled by zombies? Gravedigger-turned-historian has you covered

Oct. 13, 2017

For someone who spends a lot of time in the realm of the supernatural, medieval historian and CU Boulder Professor Scott Bruce has never seen a ghost or any other form of the undead.Read more »