Because she had hip surgery during winter break, CU Boulder student Annie Miller could not physically attend class in the beginning weeks of spring semester. A robot and some teamwork ensured she could attend remotely.
Stephanie and Sarah Meyers, who will graduate from CU Boulder in May with degrees in international affairs, have established the Meyers Family Foundation Scholarship Fund to support one or two first-year students with financial need annually.
The new 'RIO Bulletin' is part of a streamlined communication strategy ensuring members of the CU Boulder research community can easily find critical information about research funding opportunities and related research support resources.
Time is one of the most precious commodities we have. The Office of Faculty Affairs, in an effort to promote the accomplishments of the faculty and look for ways to save time, has launched CU Boulder Elements (CUBE) and created a new version of the Faculty Report of Professional Activities (FRPA).
Effective April 3, the temporary visitor lot (204) located at Euclid Avenue and 18th Street across from Euclid Parking Garage will return to its weekday-permit holder status. Lot 204 will return as a paystation lot weeknights after 5 p.m. and all day on weekends.
The University of Colorado Boulder will take global communication to a new level April 3 through May 9 with the opening of a shipping container transformed into a high-tech portal for Skype-like global conversations.
Steve Lamos, who teaches English, writing and rhetoric at CU Boulder, is also the drummer for '90s rock band American Football, ranked among the “Top 10 All Time” emo bands by Rolling Stone. The group recently reunited and released a second album.