Folsom Field during a Dead & Company concert.

Concerts, drone show July 1–4 to bring excitement and crowds

June 26, 2023

Summertime means fun on the CU Boulder campus. This year’s events include Dead & Company concerts July 1–3 and a Fourth of July drone show, all at Folsom Field. Plan ahead for heavy traffic and crowds to get to the fun on time.

People mingle at a resource expo on the CU Boulder campus.

Prepare for fellowship opportunities with fall deadlines

June 26, 2023

Faculty: Prepare to apply for opportunities that may include the American Association of University Women, American Council of Learned Societies, National Humanities Center, Stanford Humanities Center, and the Guggenheim and Fulbright Scholar programs.

Campus community member works on laptop while sitting outside

Important health plan changes starting July 1

June 23, 2023

CU Health Plan enrollees can expect changes including significant pharmacy changes, expanded fertility treatment and more.

Ankur Gupta

Ankur Gupta to deliver Dream Chemistry Lecture in Warsaw

June 23, 2023

The chemical and biological engineering professor has been invited to deliver the prestigious Dream Chemistry Lecture at the Institute of Physical Chemistry in Warsaw, Poland. The honor recognizes the significant contributions of Gupta’s young research group, the Laboratory of Interfaces, Flow, and Electrokinetics.

Daryl Maeda

Daryl Maeda receives Chang-Lin Tien Leadership in Education Award

June 23, 2023

Daryl Maeda has been recognized by the Asian Pacific Fund as an outstanding educational Asian/Pacific Islander American leader for his role in diversity, equity and inclusion.

Safety sign at Boulder Creek

Use caution when tubing, recreating in and around Boulder Creek

June 21, 2023

Recent rainfall and snowmelt have combined to create high water levels and flows at Boulder Creek. Two drownings and at least five water rescues have occurred, and officials are recommending precautions.

Tree of Life

The tree of life—a powerful image in Judaism for thousands of years—signifies more than immortality

June 20, 2023

Jurors recently delivered a guilty verdict for the gunman who killed 11 worshippers in Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue—the deadliest antisemitic attack in U.S. history. Tree of Life has almost become shorthand for the tragedy, yet it highlights a symbol from the Bible that has transformed over time. CU scholar Sam Boyd discusses on The Conversation.

Volunteers gather for a photo during move-in

Volunteer for Fall Welcome 2023

June 20, 2023

Enthusiastic volunteers are needed to make Fall Welcome and move-in a positive and exciting experience. Review the variety of roles and sign up to participate.

Roser ATLAS Building

ATLAS faculty recognized for radical creativity, invention

June 20, 2023

The ATLAS Institute's Carson Bruns, Laura Devendorf, Grace Leslie, Ben Shapiro and Daniellle Szafir have won CAREER Awards through the National Science Foundation.

Cyclists ride up and over Davidson Mesa during the 2022 Bike to Work Day

Grab breakfast at the Rec when you bike to work June 28

June 20, 2023

Celebrate Colorado’s Bike to Work Day and stop by the breakfast station outside the Rec Center between 6:30 and 9 a.m. for burritos, smoothies and more—while supplies last. Also, riders with an active Buff OneCard will have access to locker rooms and showers at the Rec.