Center for Student Involvement Late Night Breakfast

Kick off finals week with Late Night Breakfast in the UMC

Dec. 8, 2016

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.

Bike with front light and rear reflector at night

Get your free bike light starting Dec. 13

Dec. 8, 2016

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 Distribution Center

Property Services to host live auction of surplus property and equipment

Dec. 7, 2016

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.

Group huddles around computer monitor

NVIDIA training at CU: Deep learning and OpenACC programming

Dec. 7, 2016

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.​

Continuing Education Center

Discover your best career path this January

Dec. 6, 2016

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.

VC Terri Fiez

VC Fiez strives to 'Be the Innovation University,' seeks out next big idea

Dec. 6, 2016

The Research & Innovation Office has brought together several departments under one roof in an effort to create an environment that sparks and enhances outstanding research and creative work and encourages it to be more collaborative and interdisciplinary.

Chancellor DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: Finish strong and happy holidays

Dec. 5, 2016

As we rush to meet deadlines during the semester wind-down, we can often get caught up in what's happening around us, or to us. It is worth stopping, taking a breath and realizing our success is truly up to us and our individual frame of mind. We each have a great deal to say about our own success just through our approach and beliefs. Believe in yourself and your capabilities.

Students discuss religion in Holly Gayley's First-Year Seminar Religious Studies course

Register today for a First-Year Seminar course

Dec. 5, 2016

Looking for an alternative to large lecture courses? Want to fulfill a degree requirement by discussing superpowers, ghosts, "Lord of the Rings" or revolution? All freshmen and sophomores are invited to take a First-Year Seminar class this spring semester.

The Northern Lights over a glacier in the Arctic

New Arctic studies certificate to explore rapidly changing, politically charged region

Dec. 5, 2016

In the spring CU Boulder will become only the fourth higher education institute in the nation to offer an Arctic studies program, providing students with expertise on a long-neglected region gaining geopolitical importance due to climate change and its impacts.

Engineering and jazz music student shows off trout caught while fly fishing

Student Walter Gorra talks engineering, fly fishing and all that jazz

Dec. 5, 2016

Self-described fly fishing fanatic Walter Gorra discusses managing a double major in jazz piano and civil engineering while still making time to fly fish local waters and play gigs with his band in the Denver area.