NROTC drill team

CU naval corp proudly hosts national ROTC event

March 8, 2022

On March 4–5, CU Boulder's Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps hosted a national competition between ROTC units called The Colorado Meet, which fostered teamwork, camaraderie and leadership skills.

Stanley McChrystal speaks in Macky Auditorium

Stanley McChrystal shares insights on Ukraine invasion, leadership in uncertain times

March 2, 2022

This year's Leo Hill Leadership speaker, a retired four-star general and former special ops commander, discussed leadership in times of uncertainty and shared his perspective on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in front of an audience of more than 1,000 students and community members.

Researchers pose in their lab behind glass with the words "COVID Warriors" written on it.

How the CU community tackled COVID-19 on campus and beyond

Feb. 16, 2022

CU Boulder's researchers reflect on an unprecedented year for research amid a devastating pandemic.

Sunrays shine through clouds from a view on East Campus

Center for Leadership presents student leader of the year awardees

Feb. 2, 2022

The campus award recognizing outstanding student leaders for 2021–22 is going to Joshka Gustav, Jake McGrath, Emma Pearson, Areyana Proctor, Brant Smith and Logan Turner.

students on snowy mountain during leadership course

Experiential leadership education sets CU students apart

Nov. 11, 2021

Success through discomfort––those are the words Aaron Roof uses to describe the wilderness section of his Lead 4000 course: Leadership in Context of Emerging Challenges, the capstone course for students completing the Leadership Studies Minor.

Bethy Leonardi speaks to attendees at the first-ever Educator Institute for Equity and Justice in 2018

A Queer Endeavor comes of age in Colorado

June 25, 2021

Just before Denver's Pride weekend, the team behind an innovative effort to make classrooms safer for LGBTQ youth discusses how schools shape what people think is normal.

Ricardo Reyes takes air quality measurements from the back of a classroom filled with kids

Better air quality in some Colorado schools will last long after the pandemic

June 1, 2021

Kids around Colorado are kicking back for summer vacation. But one team of engineers is working to make sure when children come back to school in the fall, the air they breathe will be cleaner and healthier.

Students stick their heads out of car sunroofs as part of a car parade.

Amid a pandemic, educators reimagine the future of K-12 schools

May 20, 2021

Education researchers are increasingly seeing the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to rethink how we teach kids in the United States, making school curricula more relevant to the lives of young people.

Image of the globe surrounded by satellites

Crashing Chinese rocket highlights growing dangers of space debris

May 12, 2021

In this Q&A, aerospace engineer Hanspeter Schaub says that the odds of people getting hit by debris falling from space are astronomically low. But collisions in orbit around Earth could still pose a threat to satellites and astronauts.

Phoebe Young holding her new book Camping Grounds

What the history of camping can tell us about inclusion, homelessness and protest culture

May 11, 2021

Professor Phoebe Young’s new book encourages those heading to the great outdoors this summer to reflect on the long history of camping and its implications on inclusion, homelessness and protest culture.

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