The organizers of the Inclusive Sports Summit are seeking proposals for the March 24 event, an opportunity to explore issues such as systemic racism, bias, activism, allyship and related themes. Proposals are due Feb. 26.
Develop your skills as an anti-racist educator with fellow faculty, instructors and graduate students from across campus in this semester-long learning community offered through the Center for Teaching & Learning.
The CU Boulder community is invited to participate in a habit-building challenge to increase racial equity. The challenge offers daily engagement with suggested music, articles, podcasts and films to learn about current and historical issues of racial inequity.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano sat down with Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement Bob Boswell and co-chairs of the IDEA Council to discuss building an anti-racist culture at CU Boulder.
A campuswide initiative to build community resilience, foster a greater sense of connection and promote a healing climate among students, faculty and staff following a historic and challenging 2020 will debut Jan. 18 on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Last year was marked by a series of disruptions and ongoing injustice––COVID-19, racial uprisings and a contentious presidential election. The need for true dialogue has never been greater, and the CU Dialogues Program has been serving the campus since 2010.
In February, CU Boulder will advance two resolutions before the University of Colorado Board of Regents that propose the renaming of the Education Building and Temporary Building 1 to honor three individuals who embody inclusive excellence.
CU Boulder will continue to move major initiatives forward during the current academic year and beyond—including the pivotal work of the IDEA Council to prioritize and implement recommendations included in the Inclusion, Diversity and Excellence in Academics Plan.