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Regents review tuition and fee proposals, culture survey results and more

April 7, 2022

Returning undergraduates will see a tuition and fee decrease and employees a compensation increase. Read about this and other updates from the April 7 University of Colorado Board of Regents meeting.

Vice Chancellor for Infrastructure and Sustainability David Kang

Vice Chancellor David Kang to depart CU Boulder

April 6, 2022

David Kang, vice chancellor for infrastructure and sustainability, will leave CU Boulder in May to take a position in California. Campus leadership will soon announce the appointment of an interim vice chancellor, as well as search plans for a successor to Kang.

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Open forums this month to give chance to weigh in on undergraduate common curriculum

April 6, 2022

With dates April 12, 18, 21 and 26, a series of forums will allow campus community members to discuss goals and learning outcomes for framing a common curriculum. Plan to attend a session!

CORB member Kavya Kannan and Chief Jokerst attend a Sexual Assault Awareness Month event on campus

Community oversight board seeks new members

April 6, 2022

At-large campus community members will help provide continued review, feedback and communication with the CU Boulder Police Department.

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Don’t miss out on these spring professional development courses

April 6, 2022

Summer is just around the corner, and before the beautiful Colorado weather calls us all outdoors, take advantage of these spring professional development programs with space still available.

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Tips for talking to students about suicide

April 5, 2022

The end of the semester can be a difficult time for students. Here are some tips for staff and faculty who are concerned that a student may be struggling or thinking about suicide.

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Use your excess leave before July 1 leave sweeps occur

April 5, 2022

CU Boulder supports employees taking time away from work to focus on self-care, family and overall health and wellness.

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Help build a poem for National Poetry Month

April 5, 2022

Come to Norlin Library's east entrance April 12–13 to take part in a community poem writing activity. Take away a pocket poem and engage with librarians.

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‘Patient influencers’ are booming on social media. Is that good or bad?

April 4, 2022

Pharmaceutical companies are increasingly partnering with real-life patients, who share their personal stories and advocate for brands in health-related online forums and social media posts. That intrigues and concerns advertising researcher Erin Willis, who has launched a new research agenda to take a closer look.

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CU Boulder expands Bright Horizons benefit to include back-up care

April 1, 2022

Permanent faculty, staff and graduate students on appointment now have access to an added back-up child, adult and elder care benefit through CU's existing Bright Horizons partnership.