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Get involved in Graduate Student Appreciation Week April 3–7

March 22, 2023

Join faculty, staff and students in celebrating national Graduate Student Appreciation Week, which offers a variety of free events, workshops and services to CU Boulder graduate students.

Katie Chambers in front of the U.S. capitol building

Certificate programs and research shaped civil engineering alumna’s time at CU Boulder

March 22, 2023

With a full-ride scholarship for a doctoral program, Katie Chambers studied water, sanitation and hygiene in low-income settings during her time at CU Boulder. She now works for the U.S. government.

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How did everything get so political?

March 22, 2023

Why do some issues become politicized? CU experts explain why, and how voting rights, climate change and abortion became rallying cries for political parties.

Allie Anderson

Professor lands prestigious research award to study human-autonomy interactions

March 22, 2023

Allie Anderson is probing trust in human-robot interactions with a $674,000 National Science Foundation CAREER Award.

Climate protest

Latest international climate report calls for adaptation, rapid action

March 22, 2023

A report released this week by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns the world of dire consequences if rapid action to reduce emissions and adaptation are not prioritized. A CU expert shares his take on economic and political impacts of this latest report.

Student studying in Norlin Library

Win prizes by playing Libraries Bingo

March 22, 2023

Browse fun and thought-provoking collections, visit new and exciting University Libraries locations and win fabulous prizes when you play Libraries Bingo now through April 28. Pick up your bingo card at any campus library, or download and print yourself.

Historic image of students gathering around The Sink and sitting on the rooftop, likely for a Greek life event

100 years of The Sink

March 22, 2023

Assuming ownership of a longtime college hangout sounds like a tricky proposition, especially if you’re just barely out of college yourself. Yet Mark Heinritz, his brothers Chris and Jim, and their friend Cameron Stainton—all in their mid-20s in 1992—felt up to the challenge of running The Sink, the venerable University Hill institution just steps from the CU campus.

Leeds-Engineering Rustandy Room 201

ChatGPT: Fear, hype or hope? A discussion April 12

March 22, 2023

You’ve probably heard a lot in the last few months about the generative AI system ChatGPT, and you may well have used it. This session will provide a chance to hear from and converse with leading experts on the subject.

Buffs One Read contest winners Emily Reynolds, Taj Dehart and Livia Follet

Meet the winners of the Buffs One Read Storytelling Contest

March 22, 2023

Emily Reynolds, Taj Dehart and Livia Follet were awarded a $500 prize each for their essays based on this year’s Buffs One Read selection, Braiding Sweetgrass.

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3 things to know about recovery from alcohol and other drugs

March 22, 2023

Recovery can help us connect with others and give us a sense of belonging, support and purpose. Here are three things to know about recovery.