A night game at Folsom Field

Nov. 3 night game will bring national spotlight, parking and traffic impacts

Oct. 26, 2016

On Thursday, Nov. 3, your No. 23 Colorado Buffaloes will be in the national spotlight as they host Pac-12 opponents UCLA on Fox Sports 1. While minimal disruptions outside of those usually associated with gameday activities are anticipated, members of the campus community should review their main campus plans for the day and be prepared.

Participants at the 2015 Diversity & Inclusion Summit sit around a table

Fall 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Summit begins Nov. 8

Oct. 26, 2016

This year, the summit sessions will advance applicable skills for more productive interactions across our human differences, under the theme "Building the Road Map: I Am Because We Are." Visit the website now to pick out the sessions you want to attend at the summit, Nov. 8 and 9.

Seismic measurement equipment set up on a wall in Turkey

Turkey's westward drift may provide clues to future earthquakes

Oct. 25, 2016

A new CIRES study shows how incremental activity along Turkey's North Anatolia fault may provide insight into future seismic events.

Child's hand with chalkboard

New '4+1' program adds up for future teachers

Oct. 24, 2016

The School of Education and Department of Ethnic Studies have partnered to offer a new program that will allow future teachers to earn a bachelor’s degree in ethnic studies and a master’s degree in education in five years. The new “4+1 Ethnic Studies and Education Concurrent Degree Program” (BA/MA) will begin admitting students in spring 2017.

The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6 singing groups join forces for performance at Macky Auditorium

The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6 join forces for performance at Macky

Oct. 24, 2016

One group single-handedly brought vocal jazz to the masses. The other’s smooth R&B hits inspired a new generation of a cappella mania, from 'The Sing Off' to 'Glee' and 'Smash.'

Greg Atkins - new campus bursar

Atkins named campus Bursar

Oct. 24, 2016

The University of Colorado Boulder named Gregory Atkins as director of the Bursar’s Office, effective Oct. 10.

Strong Sisters: Elected Women in Colorado

CU Law to host 'Strong Sisters' film event

Oct. 24, 2016

CU Law School is hosting an event centered on electoral politics and reproductive justice on Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. The evening will feature clips of the film 'Strong Sisters' and a panel of currently- and previously-elected officials to speak on these issues and their experiences as advocates.

Image from Daniel Traub's photography book, Little North Road: Africa in China

CWA kicks off new speaker series Thursday

Oct. 24, 2016

This semester, the CWA Speaker Series will host two talks on the CU Boulder campus. The first will feature Daniel Traub, NYC-based filmmaker and photographer on Oct. 27. Then on Nov. 3, the CWA will host Vice President of Data Strategy for Twitter Chris Moody. Both events are free and open to students and the community.

International Open Access Week 2016 - Open in Action

International Open Access Week: 'Open in Action'

Oct. 24, 2016

This week, Oct. 24 to Oct. 30, is International Open Access Week, and the University Libraries and the Open Science Interest Group are co-hosting several events on campus. This year’s theme “Open in Action” is about taking concrete steps to open up research and scholarship to students, researchers and the general public.

Visiting artist James Bailey, map-inspired art

Visiting artist James Bailey to give lecture on mapping-inspired art

Oct. 21, 2016

James Bailey’s work examines maps and mapping as both objects and acts by exploring the systems and conventions of depicting, charting, categorizing and interpreting our environment and experiences through both traditional and experimental printmaking processes. Lecture is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m.