Nguyễn Trinh Thi, Letters from Panduranga (2015), video still

Eyeing environmental issues through a camera lens

June 19, 2023

In her latest research, Brianne Cohen, a contemporary art history professor, examines the intersection of art and environmental activism.

Group of people participating in a yoga class

Celebrate Employee Wellness Month

June 16, 2023

Each June is National Employee Wellness Month. CU Boulder faculty and staff have access to programs and resources to support multi-dimensional wellness. Check out free Rec Center access, Academic Live Care, yoga, acupuncture and more.

aerial view of Boulder and CU campus

University Perspective Program Applications due June 30

June 16, 2023

Apply to be a part of the University Perspective Program to gain firsthand knowledge of the university through meetings with leadership from CU Boulder and the other campuses in the CU system.

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

Recording of active harmer response class available

June 16, 2023

Have some downtime this summer? Watch CUPD Sergeant John Zizz deliver an active harmer response training. The on-demand class is from spring 2023.

Moncef Krarti

Moncef Krarti wins Fulbright to explore cultural influences on smart technology adoption

June 16, 2023

With growing concerns about climate change, a number of “smart” technologies have emerged to reduce energy consumption and decrease reliance on fossil fuels. While most engineers tend to focus on the technology, Professor Moncef Krarti researches the acceptance of it.

Charles Wilkinson

Charles Wilkinson was a trailblazer for justice, the Earth and American Indian law

June 15, 2023

The University of Colorado Law School and the Getches-Wilkinson Center communities mourn the profound loss of Charles Wilkinson, the Moses Lasky Professor of Law Emeritus and a distinguished professor. Wilkinson passed away surrounded by family on June 6.

Andy Cowell

Confronting history with action

June 14, 2023

Andrew Cowell is a CU Boulder linguistics professor specializing in language documentation and linguistic anthropology. In 2003, he, along with faculty and students in the linguistics department, began documenting the Arapaho language to revitalize it for current and future members of the Arapaho nation.

Balaji Rajagopalan

Unlocking the monsoon mystery and its impact on society

June 14, 2023

Balaji Rajagopalan grew up in a small railroad town near Hyderabad, India, in a home without running water. Now a professor of civil engineering and an expert in hydrology, climatology and water resources, Rajagopalan was recently honored with a Fulbright-Kalam Climate Fellowship and an opportunity to make a difference in his native country.

Benjamin Hale

Why must we protect nature? Because we can, philosopher says

June 14, 2023

In the book “The Wild and the Wicked,” philosophy professor Benjamin Hale argues that because people have the unique capacity to care for the environment, they have a moral obligation to do so.

Cyclists ride on a path along Broadway Boulevard

Join the Pride Ride on June 20

June 13, 2023

Join the Outdoor Pursuits staff on a relaxed afternoon bike ride around local Boulder bike paths with a mid-ride break at a local ice cream shop. All abilities welcome at this beginner-friendly ride event.