Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples session at the United Nations

CU representatives support tribal governments at United Nations sessions

Aug. 8, 2023

Members of CU Boulder’s American Indian Law Program last month attended the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples session at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.

Researcher holds a test tube up to Mija Hubler

Project for self-repairing concrete inspired by human vascular systems

Aug. 4, 2023

Associate Professor Mija Hubler and her team of researchers and partners are developing a technology that infuses concrete with self-repair capabilities found in living organisms. The project has landed a $10 million Department of Defense grant.

Cirque De Soleil performers

A day at the circus: A quest for a remote-controlled glove

Aug. 4, 2023

CU Boulder theater instructor Jordan Feeler learned how to troubleshoot sparkly homages to Michael Jackson and illuminated magician props while working with Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas.

Current and alumni cheerleaders sing the CU Alma Mater song before a football game

Secure your spot at Buffs Bashes

Aug. 3, 2023

It’s Prime time! Registration is open for this coming football season’s Buffs Bashes at TCU, Oregon, ASU, UCLA, WSU and Utah.


Check out free wellness workshops for staff and faculty

Aug. 3, 2023

The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program is offering free wellness workshops—covering everything from happier living to managing transitions and managing money—into the fall semester. Check out the offerings.

Pedestrians walking

Ever-larger cars, trucks causing safety crisis—here’s how communities can fight back

Aug. 2, 2023

Deadly traffic incidents have declined in most developed countries in recent years, but in the U.S., both motor vehicle and pedestrian fatalities are becoming more common. Read more from Professor Kevin Krizek on The Conversation.

Katherine Clifford diagramming process on white board

CU Boulder geographer among inaugural group of public scholars

Aug. 1, 2023

Katherine Clifford, a scientist at the Western Water Assessment, has been named to American Association of Geographers’ Elevate the Discipline cohort.

Narcan spray

Programs prepare students, staff and faculty to respond to opioid crisis

Aug. 1, 2023

CU Boulder is committed to preparing students, staff and faculty to respond to the ongoing opioid crisis. Learn more about program impacts and plans for the upcoming academic year.

Students walk past Hellems on their way to classes with the majestic Flatirons in the background

Arts and sciences dean appoints new division deans

Aug. 1, 2023

In a significant milestone in the reorganization of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dean Glen Krutz has appointed two deans of division and one interim dean of division: Irene Blair, Sarah Jackson and John-Michael Rivera.

Attendees listen in and take notes during a speaker session

Nation’s premier science communications conference set for Oct. 6–10

Aug. 1, 2023

Hundreds of science journalists and communicators from around the country will converge at the CU Boulder and Anschutz campuses to expand their skills, connect with colleagues and learn about cutting-edge research. ScienceWriters2023 conference registration is open, and student rates are available.