Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

A culture of collaboration: Moving us beyond compliance

July 13, 2017

I am asking the campus to take a collaborative and integrated approach as we work to break down silos and ensure good training related to the university’s response to sexual assault and intimate partner abuse.

Group class during 2016 Diversity Summit

Expand your knowledge with employee learning programs

July 3, 2017

Human Resources is offering events throughout July covering a variety of topics, from intercultural competence to the new employee experience, emotional intelligence and more.

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Black carbon persists in snow and ice around the world

June 30, 2017

A new INSTAAR study shows significant amounts of dissolved black carbon can persist in both pristine and non-pristine areas of snow around the world.

Professor David Clough

Honoring the esteemed career of Professor David Clough

June 29, 2017

The College of Engineering & Applied Science is celebrating the retirement of David Clough with shared memories of his 42-year career and the creation of an endowed faculty fund in his name.

Campus lawn during summer

Campus lawns to be treated with organic fertilizer July 3 to 7

June 29, 2017

Weather permitting, staff will fertilize campus lawns next week. The use of organic fertilizer helps the university achieve its sustainable landscape management goals.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: Deepening my resolve to address sexual misconduct issues

June 27, 2017

During the past several years, I have been committed to addressing issues of sexual misconduct at CU Boulder. Over the past six months and especially the past two weeks, I have spent serious time reflecting on my erroneous interpretation of our sexual misconduct policy as it applied to allegations of domestic abuse by one of our former coaches.

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New Skillsoft interface debuts

June 26, 2017

Before diving into the new Skillsoft eLearning system, see what's changed with guided walk-throughs and virtual tours for faculty, staff and students.

Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee the focus of professor's next book

June 26, 2017

Bruce Lee conquered generations of unflattering stereotypes about Asian men, and CU Boulder professor Daryl Maeda says the martial arts star is overdue for a deeper analysis than he's received in existing biographical works.

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Celebrate Boulder's Bike to Work Day

June 21, 2017

Join CU Boulder on June 28 for Bike to Work Day—part of the city's annual Walk and Bike Month. The event features nearly 50 breakfast stations across Boulder serving free food and drinks.

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Learn new tools, brush up on skills with Lynda courses

June 21, 2017

The slower months of summer can be a great time to learn new tools or brush up on skills, and the learning library has a vast selection of high-quality video tutorials for current faculty, staff and students.