Join as the campus continues its dialogue on academic freedom with a panel discussion on social media, sponsored by the Keller Center for the Study of the 1st Amendment, the Office of the Chancellor and Faculty Affairs.
Racial injustice and inequity have been embedded in our culture for centuries, and the events of the last 12 months have spurred long overdue national discussions about these issues. Read more from Athletic Director Rick George.
CU employees have good ideas that they put into practice every day, creating new solutions that save time and more. The CU Innovation & Efficiency Awards Program is designed to recognize these practices. Submit your idea by April 30.
Do you want to make changes to your teaching but feel worried about the time it takes to revise your courses? Join the CTL's Summer Teaching and Assessment Institute in May to develop evidence-based, small changes that can make big impacts on student learning.
Plans are underway to welcome our new class of students and provide opportunities to build community. Fall Welcome will occur Aug. 15–29, with move-in beginning on Aug. 15. Here’s what faculty and staff need to know to prepare.
The Department of Human Resources is offering two virtual learning and development courses in April that are designed for those who lead: Leading at the Speed of Trust; and The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership.
Winners representing all corners of campus were awarded $30,000 for competitions in the categories of impact, newcomer and female founder. The New Venture Challenge championships will be held April 13.