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Explore higher education trends, technology at CU event July 27

June 21, 2022

The University of Colorado invites faculty and staff to a new annual event on “propelling CU’s mission today and tomorrow,” exploring higher education trends with Gartner Research.

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CU Boulder offers digital credential in universal design for learning

June 21, 2022

The Office of Information Technology recently launched a Universal Design for Learning micro-credential that offers an introduction to the principles of UDL—a framework that can help participants build flexibility into any learning experience to optimize the success of diverse learners.

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Chadd Medina named director, university risk management Boulder campus

June 21, 2022

Chadd Medina has been named director of university risk management Boulder campus operations following Carolyn Peet’s recent retirement. His new role became effective June 1.

2021 Spring Scenic photos on the CU Boulder campus. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

BVSD updates calendar to match CU Boulder spring break dates

June 14, 2022

The Boulder Valley School District has updated its 2022–23 academic calendar to align the district’s spring break dates with those of CU Boulder. For a number of years, CU Boulder’s and BVSD's spring break dates have matched, which is helpful to many CU Boulder employees and CU Boulder parents and families with students enrolled in the school district.

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CU Boulder, Anschutz faculty to discuss gun violence in June 28 webinar

June 13, 2022

Faculty experts from CU Boulder and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus will join together in a webinar moderated by Chancellor DiStefano focused on the public health impacts of gun violence. The event—free and open to faculty, staff and students—will include an opportunity for questions and answers.

A copy from the National Archives of the general order that later spurred Juneteenth.

Juneteenth in Colorado

June 13, 2022

The June 19 holiday, Juneteenth, is a time to recognize and celebrate the freedom and self-determination of African Americans and the end of the Civil War. It also provides an opportunity to deepen our understanding of the nation's collective history. For some, this may mean attending an event, listening to a podcast, reading, or having conversations with classmates, colleagues, family and friends.

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CU Conference Services offers new and innovative conference options

June 13, 2022

Are you looking to host a conference for your organization or group? CU Boulder faculty and staff have a great option in CU Conference Services, and it’s easy to get started.

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US life expectancy still falling, Native Americans hardest hit

June 9, 2022

Life expectancy of Native Americans in the U.S. dropped by nearly five years during the COVID-19 pandemic, new research reveals. The study also found that while the rest of the developed world is rebounding in terms of life expectancy, the United States is not.

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Check out Pride Month resources

June 3, 2022

From an LGBT glossary of terms, to tips on being an ally and how to celebrate virtually in 2022, the University Libraries have put forth a resource guide for getting involved in Pride Month.

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CU launches national search for new chief people officer

June 1, 2022

With the goal of identifying a final candidate by this fall, a national search is underway for CU Boulder's next senior associate vice chancellor and chief people officer. The position will lead the Department of Human Resources.