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Opening doors for a more robust exchange of ideas

Jan. 31, 2023

CU Boulder has been chosen by Heterodox Academy for a new network to promote positive culture change through viewpoint diversity, open inquiry and constructive disagreement. All members of the campus, including faculty, staff and students, will be welcome to attend HxA events and activities.

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5 tips for managing conflict with students

Jan. 30, 2023

The ideal classroom, lab or lecture fosters thoughtful discussions between you and your students. That being said, classroom conflict is inevitable. Here are some strategies to support students and promote conflict resolution.

Community members engage at the Renee Crown grand opening

Join the Mindful Campus Program 8-week series

Jan. 26, 2023

Join in mindful community to reset, care for your mind and body, learn accessible techniques to promote wellness and just be. Offered by the Renée Crown Wellness Institute, cohorts are available for students, graduate students, international students and CU Boulder staff.

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Science, coral reefs and YouTube: How diversity can save the world

Jan. 26, 2023

Diversity is important to the health of any ecosystem, whether it’s a coral reef or a university campus. That’s the message Mike Gil, marine biologist and CU Boulder assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, will deliver in this seminar on Jan. 30

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Things to know about the Basic Needs Center and Buff Pantry

Jan. 26, 2023

The Basic Needs Center and Buff Pantry can help students find equitable access to food, housing and other essential services. Attend the Basic Needs Center open house on Feb. 2 to learn more about the services provided and how to receive or offer support.

The Economics, Pricing, Policy panel in the Glenn Miller Ballroom as part of the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit at the University of Colorado Boulder. (Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado)

Video recordings available from Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit

Jan. 25, 2023

In December 2022, CU Boulder co-hosted a 3-day summit addressing human rights and climate change, exploring solutions that every sector of society—government, business, education and individuals—can adopt and act upon. Couldn't attend or want to review? Videos of keynote speeches and panel discussions are now available.

Staff members engage at the Strategic Resources and Support expo

Employee Passport back with new round of prizes for faculty, staff

Jan. 25, 2023

Stamp your passport again this semester for a chance to win an Apple iPad or a CU Book Store gift certificate for $100 to $200. The more engagement and stamps, the more chances you have to win!

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Check out Wellness Wednesday events for CU employees

Jan. 25, 2023

Wellness Wednesday workshops are available for staff and faculty to engage in self-care activities, learn about campus resources and build community. Themes rotate regularly, allowing participants to come and go as they please.

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Diversity, equity and inclusion update: January 2023 issue

Jan. 24, 2023

CU Boulder invites the campus community to attend the systemwide CU Social Justice Summit on Jan. 31. Also, we're looking ahead to Black History Month, and UndocuAlly trainings are return for the spring. Get updates on these topics and more!

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5 things faculty and staff should know about the Honor Code

Jan. 23, 2023

The purpose of the Honor Code is to create an environment in which students can succeed in a fair and honest way. But when students are overwhelmed by the new environment or in a rush to get things done, they may unintentionally engage in academic dishonesty. Get tips to help ensure students are not making these mistakes.