Amy Hutton

Amy Hutton hired to lead Enrollment Management

Aug. 1, 2023

Amy Hutton, who will join CU Boulder from the University of Alabama, will begin on Sept. 11, overseeing all aspects of enrollment management, including admissions, financial aid, the bursar, and pre-college and outreach programs.

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Colorado to join Big 12 Conference in 2024–25

July 27, 2023

The CU Board of Regents unanimously approved a resolution allowing CU Boulder to join the Big 12 Conference. Read statements from President Todd Saliman; Chancellor Philip DiStefano and Athletic Director Rick George; and Regent Callie Rennison.

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Diversity, equity and inclusion update: July 2023 issue

July 27, 2023

Several campus initiatives seeking to eliminate barriers to the academic, research and career success of students, faculty and staff are underway through a seed grant program led by the Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

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3 ways to tell if your self-care plan is actually working

July 21, 2023

It can be hard to know what self-care is supposed to look like. Here are some ways to tell if your self-care plan is actually working for you (and what to do if it’s not).

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‘The pill’ will soon be available over the counter. The impacts could be sweeping

July 13, 2023

Federal regulators approved the first over-the-counter oral contraceptive. CU Boulder’s Amanda Stevenson says the impacts could be sweeping. But she cautions that real threats to contraceptive access in the U.S. still exist.

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Police to focus on more inclusive, accurate language to describe suspects

July 12, 2023

In an effort to use more inclusive language in emergency alerts and other communications during critical incidents, CU Boulder Police are expanding their diversity, equity and inclusion training.

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Why new facial-recognition airport screenings are raising concerns

July 11, 2023

At least 25 U.S. airports now use facial recognition software to determine you are who you say you are, but some fear the artificial intelligence systems will exacerbate discrimination. Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, an AI ethicist, explains why people are concerned.

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3 finalists named for top enrollment management position

July 5, 2023

CU Boulder Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke announced three finalists for the position of associate vice chancellor for enrollment management. Review the candidates’ bios and provide feedback.

Chancellor Phil DiStefano

Supreme Court decision related to LGBTQ+ rights: A statement from Chancellor DiStefano

June 30, 2023

The U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision on a case that originated in Colorado at the intersection of free speech, religion and the rights of LGBTQ+ individuals. The ruling may create questions or concerns within our community. Read more from CU Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano.

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Upon debt ruling, CU Boulder remains committed to access, affordability

June 30, 2023

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a plan by the U.S. Department of Education to wipe thousands of dollars in student loan debt from millions of borrowers nationwide. CU Boulder remains committed to reducing the cost of earning a college degree through a number of initiatives.

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