Suspending bylaws in order to vote, the Boulder Faculty Assembly passed a resolution at its April 1 meeting supporting more awareness around anti-Asian racism. The resolution, which Staff Council also voted to support, includes a number of resources for the campus community.
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 Boulder leaders are encouraged by federal immigration legislation moving through Congress that seeks to protect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and other Dreamers, and to clear a green card backlog that is impacting international scholars.
Building on its commitment to improving the university’s recruitment and retention of students, staff and faculty this year, the IDEA Council has proposed a program that will facilitate faculty and staff participation in campus affinity groups.
The first transgender athlete to compete on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team is the keynote speaker at CU Boulder's March 24 Inclusive Sports Summit. The summit is open to the community, however, Bailar's presentation is open only to CU students and employees.
The Community Safety Task Force, which has been examining ways of strengthening the relationship between the University of Colorado Police Department and the campus community, has issued final recommendations.
CU Athletics and Recreation Services are hosting the annual Inclusive Sports Summit on Wednesday, March 24, which will explore identity, privilege, inclusion and diversity within sports and recreation.