Ben Kirshner works with group of students

Kirshner receives Chase Faculty Community Service Award

June 6, 2017

CU Boulder professor Ben Kirshner has been awarded for improving the lives of young people in Colorado and beyond through his teaching, research and volunteerism.

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Calder, Lacerenza and Mwaffo awarded postdoctoral fellowships

June 6, 2017

Jeremy Calder, Christina Lacerenza and Violet Mwaffo have been selected from over 100 applicants as recipients of the 2017 Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellowship.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: Telling the CU Boulder story

June 6, 2017

Reaching out statewide to tell our story on such a personal level to alumni, donors, newspaper editors, business and government leaders is one of the most gratifying things I do all year.

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Our space, our future: Grand Challenge calling for proposals

June 1, 2017

The Grand Challenge initiative this week announced a new campus-wide call for proposals to build on and expand the accomplishments of current programs and efforts, due July 1.

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On-demand course creation comes to D2L

June 1, 2017

Starting June 8, instructors will be able to create their own basic, uncombined course in Desire2Learn (D2L) without waiting for the Office of Information Technology to create it for them.

Instructor teaches in large lecture room

How accessible are your course materials?

May 25, 2017

As you reflect on the past year and consider how you might refine future courses, the Office of Information Technology would like to highlight resources that can help ensure accessibile course materials for all.

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Calling all mappers: Campus to host OpenStreetMap conference in October

May 25, 2017

The OpenStreetMap conference, State of the Map US, will bring together a range of creators and users of mapping technology and data to share ideas, technologies and inspiration. The call for conference ideas closes July 31.

Infrastructure and Safety Mentorship Program participants

27 teams complete Infrastructure and Safety Mentorship Program

May 23, 2017

Now wrapping up its fifth year, the Infrastructure and Safety Mentorship Program is designed to provide pertinent staff with professional and personal development as part of a mentor-mentee team.

The Ramaley Biology building as viewed from the northeast

Proposed Ramaley addition would give boost to Integrative Physiology

May 18, 2017

Slated for completion in late 2019, the addition would provide new state-of-the-art research space for the Department of Integrative Physiology, one of the largest undergraduate majors at CU Boulder.

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Q&A: Federal relations team on President Trump’s anticipated 2018 budget

May 18, 2017

Heather Bené and Jack Waldorf, who co-lead CU Boulder's federal relations efforts, talk about what to expect when President Trump releases his 2018 detailed budget request, which could happen next week.

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