Chancellor DiStefano and panel at Spring Town Hall 2017

2017 Spring Town Hall addresses implementation of strategic imperatives

March 13, 2017

Speaking to a crowd in the University Memorial Center’s Glenn Miller Ballroom, Chancellor DiStefano and a group of campus leaders discussed the strategic imperatives for CU Boulder and how they’re already being incorporated into our daily work and strategies.

Bonheur de Vivre, Henri Matisse, 1906 | Photo by Uri Jimenez Carrasco

Visiting scholar to lecture on French paintings of the 19th, 20th century

March 13, 2017

On March 22, Margaret Werth, associate professor of art history at the University of Delaware, will give a lecture on 19th- and 20th-century French art and visual culture as part of CU Boulder's Visiting Scholar Program.

Energy efficient lightbulb in green grass

Go green with ECO-Visits

March 13, 2017

Even environmentally-conscious students may feel energy conservation is a luxury they can’t afford, but the Environmental Center has plenty of free resources to help you save energy and water. And you might get a free pizza in the bargain!

Rick Hess

Hess to offer public dialogue on education reform March 16

March 13, 2017

On Thursday, March 16, the School of Education will host a public dialogue with Rick Hess, director of education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, related to education reform.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Spring Town Hall set for March 13

March 12, 2017

Join members of the campus community for the Chancellor's Spring Town Hall, “Advancing Strategic Imperatives on Campus." Introduced by Chancellor DiStefano, followed by a panel with members of campus leadership. Monday, March 13 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the UMC. Light refreshments will be provided.

Presentation in Glenn Miller Ballroom

Call for nominations: Distinguished Research Lectureship

March 10, 2017

The Research & Innovation Office (RIO) is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Distinguished Research Lectureship, which honors a tenured faculty member recognized for a distinguished body of achievement and prominence.

Student biking on campus

CU Boulder takes the gold among bicycle-friendly universities

March 10, 2017

The League of American Bicyclists has recognized CU Boulder with the Gold Bicycle Friendly University award, placing CU in a cutting-edge group of colleges and universities across the U.S. transforming their campuses and the communities around them.

Students having discussion

Fernbach receives grant to study cognitive basis of extremism

March 10, 2017

What makes us argue so heatedly over things we know so little about? Philip Fernbach, assistant professor of marketing at Leeds School of Business, has received a grant to conduct research exploring how to improve public discourse.

Education Abroad students overlook Prague, Czech Republic

Education Abroad extending deadlines for many summer, fall programs

March 9, 2017

Want to go abroad, but struggling to finish an application? Don’t panic! Education Abroad is extending deadlines for several programs, so there’s still time to plan for the experience of a lifetime! New deadlines extend through March 13.

Orange traffic cone on pavement

Three overnight Baseline Road closures planned for March

March 9, 2017

As the Baseline Road Underpass Project nears completion, three overnight closures of Baseline Road and other temporary travel impacts have been planned for March 9 through 12 and March 17 through 19. Commuters should allow for extra travel time and may wish to consider alternate routes.