Adam Kaufman

Adam Kaufman wins Breakthrough New Horizons in Physics Prize

Sept. 23, 2022

Kaufman, a JILA fellow, will take home this prestigious award for his work advancing the control of atoms and molecules to improve atomic clocks and quantum information processing.

CU Boulder campus during fall with Flatirons in background

CU Boulder attracts record $658 million for research in space, climate, more

Sept. 22, 2022

CU Boulder researchers attracted a record $658 million in fiscal year 2022 for studies that, among other things, advance the science of measuring gravity waves and climate resilience.

Lego model of the CU Boulder campus located in the Heritage Center

Join Culture Crawl Oct. 19: 4 hot spots announced

Sept. 22, 2022

The Media Archeology Lab, the Center for African and African American Studies, the Heritage Center and Norlin Library will be part of Culture Crawl, an event celebrating cultural heritage sites and groups with activities, performances, games and shows at 14 campus locations throughout the day.

CU Boulder Police Sgt. John Zizz leads active harmer training class on campus

CUPD to host active harmer response class Oct. 3

Sept. 22, 2022

Join a free active harmer response class for faculty, staff and students. No registration is needed; simply show up ready to learn what to do in an active harmer situation using the national “run, hide, fight” protocol.

Members of the British royal family follow behind the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II as it is carried out of Westminster Abbey

Despite emphasis on tradition, many British royal ceremonies aren’t so old

Sept. 21, 2022

Westminster Abbey has witnessed nearly a millennium of British history—but many rituals, like those at royal funerals, are by no means ancient. How has the ornate church and its significance to the monarchy changed over centuries? CU historian Paul Hammer shares on The Conversation.

Sun peaks over a building on campus

Faculty tap Rubén Donato, Shelly Miller for Distinguished Research Lectureships

Sept. 19, 2022

Rubén Donato of the School of Education and Shelly Miller of the College of Engineering and Applied Science have been recognized with 2022–23 Distinguished Research Lectureships—among the most esteemed honors bestowed by faculty upon faculty.

Campus community members at the Health and Wellness Summit

Register for the Health & Wellness Summit Oct. 11–14

Sept. 16, 2022

Join Health and Wellness Services to explore the power of play and learn how fun can improve your health, creativity and relationships as an adult. The summit is free and open to CU faculty, staff and students.

CASE building

Center for Teaching & Learning holding open house Sept. 29

Sept. 16, 2022

Learn more about free consultations, teaching resources, seminars, workshops and other events offered by the Center for Teaching & Learning and Arts & Sciences Support of Education Through Technology. The open house will include prize giveaways: 12 copies of “Courage to Teach” by Parker Palmer.

Student reading a book in Norlin Library

Ways to participate in Banned Books Week Sept. 18–24

Sept. 15, 2022

Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular. Join the University Libraries.

Chancellor addresses campus community members in annual State of the Campus

Top takeaways from State of the Campus 2022

Sept. 14, 2022

Chancellor Philip DiStefano delivered his annual State of the Campus address on Sept. 13, highlighting the role universities can play in supporting democracy. He urged students, faculty and staff to dedicate themselves to upholding democracy in three key ways. Read more and watch the recording.