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Faculty, staff invited to attend Commencement Open House Feb. 27

Feb. 12, 2024

Attend the Commencement open house, where representatives from various campus organizations, as well as off-campus vendors, will be on hand to share helpful planning info. Register by Feb. 20.

Bruns and Crumb at a recording session of 'Metamorphoses, Book II' at Swarthmore College in 2021

Upholding the impact and legacy of composer George Crumb

Feb. 12, 2024

Associate Professor of Music Theory Steven Bruns and the late renowned composer George Crumb shared a close, long-lasting professional relationship and deep friendship. As Bruns nears retirement this spring, he reflects on his role as Crumb’s archivist and biographer.

CU Board of Regents

Regents consider 3% to 4% tuition-increase proposals

Feb. 9, 2024

At their recent board meeting, the CU regents received an overview of tuition and fee proposals. They discussed hiring and retention and heard updates on CU Boulder’s Climate Action Plan, the CU Strategic Plan and more.

2023 Chancellor's Summit

Join the Chancellor’s Summit in Denver Feb. 29

Feb. 9, 2024

Join for an evening of inspiration celebrating CU Boulder’s impact on student leaders—a showcase of the leadership opportunities and influence students are having on campus, the Boulder community and beyond.

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‘Anonymous’ Feb. 16–25 fuses the ancient and the contemporary

Feb. 8, 2024

Cecilia Pang, professor and associate chair of theater, says the drama transforms the ancient text of “The Odyssey” into a pressing treatise regarding the plight of modern refugees across the world.

Reiland Rabaka recording a podcast episode

Hearing music, finding connection in many rhythms of life

Feb. 8, 2024

Professor Reiland Rabaka joins “The Ampersand” to discuss art, activism, the importance of building community and how his first-grade teacher introduced him to W.E.B. Du Bois and changed his life.

Ayelet Fishbach

Techniques to motivate students in the classroom—Feb. 16

Feb. 7, 2024

This talk with Ayelet Fishbach will cover how principles from the science of motivation can be implemented to help students, faculty and staff improve their performance in and out of the classroom.

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Learn about CU Boulder’s alert system

Feb. 7, 2024

Understanding CU Boulder’s alert system can keep you informed and empowered to make personal safety decisions. Learn more about the various alert levels, how to make sure you receive messages and more.

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Join an exploration of innovative teaching methodologies Feb. 26–27

Feb. 7, 2024

Promising Teaching Practices in the 21st Century will offer interactive workshops and panel discussions on fostering dynamic learning environments. The conference is free to all CU educators and future educators, including faculty, staff, postdocs and graduate students.

Robert Pasnau teaching small class around a table

How Student Affairs partners with faculty and staff to support students

Feb. 7, 2024

The Division of Student Affairs works to enhance students’ experiences and help them connect what they are learning in class to life outside the classroom. Part of supporting students is empowering faculty and staff with resources to promote well-being, growth and opportunity.

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