Human Resources is welcoming applications for two new positions focused on diversity and inclusive excellence, a diversity education program manager and a diversity search and outreach program manager.
Finding a new home can be exciting and also overwhelming. As a member of the CU community, there are resources to assist you on campus both before and during your search. Click through for some house hunting tips and strategies.
The Boulder Campus Staff Council is now accepting internal applications for a staff council administrator, who will provide program support and assist those requesting information or support from the council.
As you begin the spring semester, the Faculty Teaching Excellence Program (FTEP) is supports all CU Boulder faculty members with a variety of events and services, including symposia, short classes and one-on-one consultation services.
Faculty and staff are invited to participate in free professional development workshops based on the StrengthsQuest assessment. Participants will discover and learn to use their natural talents for both personal and professional development.
CU Boulder offers a host of universal design resources and services to help ensure content is accessible for all learners. As a new semester starts, these are the tools, services and learning opportunities instructors and content developers will find most useful.
The CU Public Interest Internship Experience (PIIE) program is seeking applicants who are interested in making a positive impact in their communities this summer through full-time paid internships with nonprofit and government agencies in the Denver and Boulder metro areas.