Earlier today, Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett announced that CU and Boulder police officers were justified to use lethal force against an armed suspect in the Folsom Field Champions Center on Oct. 5, 2016.
CU Boulder senior Esha Mehta is climbing the Bastille Crack, one of Colorado’s most popular and classic climbs. Yet there’s a twist: Mehta is blind. The climb is part of the university’s recently developed Inclusive Recreation Program.
We need to recognize the importance each of us has in shaping the culture of the campus by the way we interact with one another. Dialogue about achieving a diverse and inclusive community must be part of our daily conversation.
In a contentious election year, journalism students at CU Boulder have partnered with local news outlets to keep the facts straight by publishing articles that challenge statements made by Colorado politicians and live fact checking major political debates.
The 2016 Chancellor’s Employee of the Year Award is presented to CU Boulder staff members Sheryl Koutsis, Amy Lavens and Jennifer McDuffie in recognition of and appreciation for exceptional job performance and remarkable contributions to the campus community.
CU Boulder has received a $1.1 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop next-generation vaccines that require no refrigeration and defend against infectious diseases with just one shot.