Massimo Ruzzene participates in a roundtable discussion on commerce.

Massimo Ruzzene brings CU Boulder research perspectives to commerce roundtable

May 16, 2023

In a recent forum with local leaders and federal partners, CU Boulder, including Vice Chancellor Massimo Ruzzene, joined the conversation as a leader in research, innovation, workforce development and economic impact.

Graduates and their friends and family celebrate the achievement at the 2023 Spring Commencement on May 11, 2023. (Photo by Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Photos: Class of 2023 has its commencement

May 11, 2023

Rain did not tamp down people’s pride as the extended CU Boulder community celebrated the accomplishments of the Class of 2023 in one of the university’s longest standing and grandest traditions.

Shelly Miller

Faces of public and community-engaged scholarship: Shelly Miller

May 11, 2023

Professor Shelly Miller is a problem-solver and an air pollution engineer. She finds reward and value when solving issues with immediate benefits, such as improved public health. Doing her work through a community partnership model is a match made in heaven.

Faculty and staff sit at a table during a workshop

Check out free wellness workshops and groups for staff and faculty

May 11, 2023

The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program is offering free wellness workshops and groups for all CU Boulder staff and faculty throughout the summer. Check out what they have to offer.

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Fill your summer with the University Libraries’ most popular reading titles

May 11, 2023

Whether you are seeking to unwind, reflect or self-improve this summer, the University Libraries have a number of reading options to occupy those hot summer days.

A bear seen earlier on campus

Bears are active again: Get bear safety tips

May 10, 2023

Bears are sporadically seen in the Boulder foothills and, on rare occasions, on campus. Familiarize yourself with tips on how to prevent encounters with bears and what to do if you see one.

Aerial view of the Boulder area

CU Boulder chancellor announces new Native American affairs position

May 10, 2023

Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced a national search for an associate vice chancellor of Native American affairs, a newly created position that will work with CU Boulder and tribal communities across Colorado to collaboratively address related issues.

Teacher working with small child

Public and community-engaged scholarship springs into action

May 10, 2023

Community Impact Grants and Micro Grants that were awarded this spring will positively impact science, music, literacy, ethics, and math education in Colorado K-12 schools and nonprofit organizations. Also funded were a community college research partnership, as well as arts and humanities programming.

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Researchers at CU Boulder advancing more trustworthy autonomous systems with US Air Force

May 10, 2023

CU Boulder's Allie Anderson and Torin Clark are conducting research into how humans and artificial intelligence systems work together. The pair are part of a multi-university research team commissioned by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

Margot Kaminski

Professor Margot Kaminski selected as Fulbright Scholar for 2023–24

May 10, 2023

The University of Colorado Law School is proud to announce Margot Kaminski, associate professor of law and director of the Privacy Initiative at the Silicon Flatirons Center, has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar for 2023–24.