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Nominate an 'open educator' by Nov. 27

Nov. 10, 2017

Know a faculty member or instructor who exemplifies the use of open educational resources in the classroom? CU Student Government and the University Libraries have an award for that.

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Inclusive pedagogy workshops Nov. 13, 14 to feature Kelly Mack

Nov. 9, 2017

Learn how national collaboration in STEM reform can benefit you professionally; what an initiative to increase diversity and equity in STEM means for your work; and how institutional models related to gender values in STEM can improve faculty career-life management at CU Boulder.

A group sits in a circle and converses at the Diversity and Inclusion Summit 2017

What's your next step?

Nov. 9, 2017

As the fall Diversity and Inclusion Summit comes to a close, the powerful conversations and evolving ideas do not. We continue to work toward "finding our way," not without an array of community-building opportunities and learning, resource and support options.

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Academic Futures: Demonstrating the power of listening

Nov. 8, 2017

The Diversity and Inclusion Summit has provided a great reminder of CU Boulder's need to listen to its students and form solutions based on how people actually experience the university.

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Nov. 9 panel: What is Academic Freedom?

Nov. 8, 2017

What behaviors is academic freedom supposed to protect? What restrictions should it allow? Why does academic freedom matter in the first place? Hear various views on the hotly contested subject.

Student shows his work during ATLAS Institute Research Showcase

Workshop to cover commercialization, partnering with industry

Nov. 8, 2017

Geared toward faculty, the Nov. 17 workshop will feature subject matter experts from CU Boulder's Office of Industry Collaboration and the system Technology Transfer Office.

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Share over 28,000 resources in Skillsoft with students

Nov. 8, 2017

Skillsoft access expanded to students this past summer, meaning faculty or staff can share valuable resources, supplementing coursework or helping student employees build their skills.

Diversity and Inclusion Summit dialogues

Photos: Day 1 of the Diversity and Inclusion Summit

Nov. 7, 2017

Drawing hundreds of attendees so far, the two-day summit is off to a great start, featuring engaging dialogues and sessions on everything from race relations in sports to DACA and Dreamers.

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Faculty exhibition to feature in-gallery conversations with the experts

Nov. 7, 2017

Join Jeanne Quinn, ceramics professor, and Melanie Yazzie, printmaking professor, at the CU Art Museum for casual in-gallery conversations about the "Faculty Exhibition: 2017."

Photo of six students who are members of the Volt Vision team

Pushing Boundaries: Students develop eye-activated controller for people of all abilities

Nov. 6, 2017

With the blink of an eye, users of a hands-free device can control an electric wheelchair, operate a drone or lock the front door, regardless of their physical capacities.

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