A CU Boulder alumnus, who went from humble beginnings to great career success, has pledged a commitment to the Leeds School in support of innovation, entrepreneurship and more opportunities for the next generation of global business leaders.
An urban pollutant-tracking system created by architectural engineering researchers at CU Boulder recently received a gold award at the 2016 World Internet of Things (IoT) Exposition in Wuxi, China. The project was one of 10 new technologies to win.
Alumna Ulyana Horodyskyj just spent 30 days in a 636-square-foot pod with three strangers and no internet access as part of NASA's Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) project. Now she's one of 120 finalists, out of 18,300 applicants, under consideration for the real Astronaut Candidate Program.
Late Night Breakfast is here! For more than 10 years now, each semester during finals week, the Center for Student Involvement hosts the Late Night Breakfast event at the UMC, giving students a nice break from studying and free breakfast food.
Every year, CU Boulder teams up with the city of Boulder and Community Cycles to give out free bike lights in an effort to encourage the use of lights for nighttime biking. The giveaway event will be held Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the UMC bike station.
CU Boulder will hold a public auction of surplus property and equipment on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 9 a.m. Items will be available for preview that day at 8 a.m., as well as on the Thursday and Friday prior to the auction.
NVIDIA, pioneer of GPU-accelerated computing, and CU's Research Computing will host a two-day training event Wednesday, Jan. 11, and Thursday, Jan. 12, with a focus on deep learning and OpenACC programming.
If you are at a junction in your career, Continuing Education may be able to help. The six-week Career Exploration Workshop features hands-on exercises and discussions that help you discover your passions and steer you toward a satisfactory career.