Aerial view of the CU Boulder campus

CU Boulder chancellor, student leaders reach agreement on reforms in wake of racist incident

Oct. 9, 2019

Chancellor Philip DiStefano, Provost Russ Moore, Chief Operating Officer Kelly Fox and other university administrators met with student leaders today to discuss improving the experience on campus so that all students, particularly those from underrepresented groups, feel part of the community, valued and safe.

The chancellor speaks in front of a packed house at the 2019 State of the Campus address

Chancellor addresses racist incident, student safety and wellness at State of the Campus event

Oct. 8, 2019

Students were the focus of the annual State of the Campus address that, this year, included discussion of a recent racist incident on campus in addition to support services and safety.

Old Main building during fall

Academic Futures themes and projects taking shape on campus

Oct. 1, 2019

Get the latest on the interdisciplinarity report; making excellence inclusive; creating a common student-centered approach to teaching and learning; teaching and technology, online and distance education; and more.

CU Boulder campus aerial shot.

Financial Futures: Community-generated ideas impacting campus

Oct. 1, 2019

Financial Futures has engaged more than 225 project owners from 50 units across campus to develop ideas into potential projects. A total of 142 projects are approved to date.

CU Boulder coffee cups

Join Carla Ho-a and Ann Schmiesing for a coffee and campus budget session

Sept. 26, 2019

Come get the inside scoop on CU Boulder's finances. Three sessions are available in October and registration closes on Oct. 7. Sign up now!

Old main in fall

Interdisciplinarity Working Group report to post for campus review Oct. 1

Sept. 19, 2019

The report offers a number of concrete recommendations anchored in institutional change for CU Boulder, including the creation of teaching academies and formation of an interdisciplinary incubator.

A view of Boulder and the CU Boulder campus from Davidson Mesa

CU Boulder partnering with city and chamber on review of commercial e-scooters

Sept. 16, 2019

As electric scooters, or e-scooters, have become more prevalent around the country, the debate around the relatively new mode of transportation has been amplified, and regulations still vary widely from one city to the next. While commercial e-scooters are legal in the city of Denver, for instance, they are currently prohibited in the city of Boulder.

Scenes from the 2019 CU Kickoff at Folsom Field. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

More women, students of color and first-generation scholars among incoming class of first-year students

Sept. 13, 2019

This year’s incoming class of first-year students is one of the most diverse in university history, with more than 28% identifying as students of color and 16% as first-generation scholars.

Students using a Kubi device for distance learning

Provost, COO announce new online and distance learning organization

Sept. 13, 2019

Russell Moore and Kelly Fox today announced they are accepting the recommendations of the Academic Futures-Financial Futures Online Strategy Working Group to create a single coherent online and distance organization to serve the campus.

Anne Miller, a CU Boulder International Affairs major, uses new OIT technology called "Kubi" (Japanese word for neck) to attend an Arabic language class face-to-face while recovering from an injury.

Teaching and technology, online and distance education

Sept. 3, 2019

Academic Futures recommended a comprehensive approach to teaching with technology and reimagining online and distance education as one of four lead projects.