This week brings time to de-stress with puppies, a gardening opportunity, CU on the Weekend, elote preparado, a guided plant walk, sounds of the universe, a stress management workshop, bi-cookies and more.
Getting involved can look different for everyone—it can be as simple as attending campus events when you have time, or it can be more of a commitment when joining an organization or program. Discover what's here.
The week, which includes both virtual and in-person activities, is an opportunity to acknowledge the impact of CU Boulder postdocs and their mentors. The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs annually provides two prizes.
The national gathering of leading science journalists and communicators will be held at CU Boulder and CU Anschutz Oct. 6–10. Volunteers are needed to support tours, check-in and other activities. Get involved.
The Basic Needs Center is recruiting volunteers to support the Buff Pantry, the Swipe It Forward program and upcoming mobile food pantries. Volunteer opportunities are open to students, faculty and staff. Individual volunteers and groups are welcome.
Faculty and staff can take steps to support students from underrepresented and underserved backgrounds and identities to help them feel welcome, connected and supported at CU Boulder. Get tips from the Center for Inclusion and Social Change.