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Call for proposals – Summer Session 2017

Sept. 27, 2016

Summer Session provides an important academic opportunity for students and faculty. More than 7,500 students take Summer Session courses each year and about 95 percent of the students are in CU Boulder degree programs. Click through to read more about Summer Session programs and opportunities for class offerings.

The dancers of MOMIX create a fantastical caterpillar through dance

MOMIX returns to Boulder for Southwest-inspired dance

Sept. 26, 2016

CU Presents’ 80th-anniversary Artist Series kicks off with a desert-inspired dance performance by MOMIX, a company famous for its astounding creativity and stunning visual tricks. The company, an Artist Series favorite, is back by popular demand with a Boulder premiere on Sunday, Oct. 2.

Rick George addressing a roundtable audience

From the AD: Intercollegiate athletics, higher education and our core values

Sept. 26, 2016

Every now and then you hear the question: Do intercollegiate athletic programs belong in higher education? Earlier this month several staff members in our athletic department addressed this question as we looked ahead to the next three years in forming our strategic plan.

The bronze faculty medal, reflecting the seal of the university

Celebrating faculty achievements: 11th Annual Fall Convocation

Sept. 26, 2016

This Friday, members of the campus community are invited to join Chancellor DiStefano and Provost Moore for the annual presentation of CU Boulder faculty awards and the introduction of faculty members receiving tenure and promotion. The ceremony will be preceded by two programs earlier in the day, hosted in collaboration with Family Weekend.

CU South, January 2010 - shows looking west towards the foothills

CU South future topic of city-hosted open house next week

Sept. 23, 2016

The city of Boulder and the county are working on an update of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, which guides development in the valley. Part of that may include a proposal to annex a 308-acre parcel of land south of the city that could support the university’s long-term growth needs. On Monday, city and county officials will host an open house to give the community a chance to learn more about the plan update and to provide input.

A person endeavors to hear the soundtrack of a video in a busy coffee shop

Access for all: Coffee shop conundrum

Sept. 22, 2016

When you don’t add captions to your video, you make it difficult not just for the student trying to watch your video in a busy coffee shop, but also for someone in a quiet space such as a library, someone with a hearing loss or someone who struggles with understanding a speaker’s dialect. The reasons for captioning content are many and the resources for doing so are plentiful, too. Learn more about CU Boulder’s captioning guidelines and resources.

Greenland's Zachariæ Isbræ.

Greenland Ice Sheet may be losing more glacial mass than previously estimated

Sept. 21, 2016

Previous estimates of ice mass loss from the Greenland Ice Sheet—already known to be shrinking—may be underestimates, according to a new study co-authored by CU Boulder researchers. Photo credit: Greenland's Zachariæ Isbræ, Anders A. Bjørk

Coffee cup with University of Colorado Boulder

Join SVC Fox for a 'Coffee and the Campus Budget' session

Sept. 21, 2016

Join Senior Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer Kelly Fox for an inside-the-campus view of how the University of Colorado Boulder is financed and the challenges and opportunities we face as an institution. RSVP required, space is limited. Click through to sign up for a session through the CU Boulder Events Calendar.

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Campus lawns to be treated with organic fertilizer starting this week

Sept. 21, 2016

Weather permitting, Facilities Management Outdoor Services staff will be applying an organic dry poultry waste fertilizer to campus lawns between Wednesday, Sept. 21 and Friday, Sept. 30.

CASE logistics plan

Full closure of the Euclid Autopark: Oct. 10 - Jan. 13

Sept. 21, 2016

In order to accommodate construction for the new CASE building, the Euclid Autopark is scheduled to close for 14 weeks, from Oct. 10 through Jan. 13.

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