Artist rendering of mission spacecraft above Europa

NASA's mission to Europa: Exploring a potentially habitable world

Sept. 15, 2016

Robert Pappalardo of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will discuss the upcoming NASA mission to Jupiter's icy moon, Europa, and its potential to support simple life. The mission, slated to launch in the early 2020s, will investigate the moon’s ice shell, ocean, composition, geology, and current activity. Friday, Sept. 23, from 5 to 6 p.m. in Benson Earth Sciences, Room 180.

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Pedal Powered Movie Night: 'UP'

Sept. 15, 2016

The CU Environmental Center will show the movie "Up", during Pedal Powered Movie Night on Saturday, Sept. 17, at dusk (roughly 8 p.m.) at Family Housing Newton Court.

An image of a woman is superimposed in black and white over skyscrapers

A Liminal Space

Sept. 14, 2016

A Liminal Space is a transdisciplinary collaboration between artists Ana Baer, Heike Salzer and Rosely Conz. The production utilizes dance and video projections to create captivating, kinesthetic poetry. This Friday and Saturday in the ATLAS Black Box Experimental Studio.

Vice Chancellor Robert Boswell

Making excellence inclusive: Update and next steps

Sept. 13, 2016

On behalf of the CU Boulder leadership team, I am pleased to provide an update on our university’s Inclusive Excellence initiative.

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CU Boulder again ranks highly among US News & World Report’s ‘best colleges’

Sept. 12, 2016

CU Boulder ranks No. 38 in the nation among public institutions, or No. 92 overall, in U.S. News & World Report’s undergraduate rankings for 2017. The data, in which both business and engineering programs went up compared with last year, represent long-standing marks of excellence from the publication, a showcase of CU Boulder’s offerings.

Student presents at 2015 New Venture Challenge

CU Boulder New Venture Challenge kicks off Sept. 21

Sept. 12, 2016

Organizers of the University of Colorado Boulder’s ninth annual New Venture Challenge anticipate a packed house for the program’s kickoff later this month. The popular program, which is open to the entire campus community and progresses through a series of events and workshops throughout the school year, fosters budding entrepreneurs.

People observe the recycling sorting line during a sustainability tour

Campus Sustainability Tours

Sept. 12, 2016

Did you know that CU Boulder is one of the nation’s leading green schools? Learn more about what makes our campus a leader in sustainability during the Environmental Center's walking tours held every Thursday, starting at 4 p.m.

Provost Russell Moore

From the Provost: Living the Colorado Creed

Sept. 12, 2016

Colleges and universities often are seen as places to discuss our ideas, debate our differences and openly engage persons with whom we may not agree. Those debates and disagreements appear sharper and less open to compromise during an election season, particularly an election with as much acrimony as the one currently underway. It is during times like these when it becomes incumbent upon us, as members of the CU Boulder community, to remember the Colorado Creed and how we can choose to live its values.

An Atlas V rocket carried the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft into space last night.

Asteroid mission successfully launched from Florida

Sept. 9, 2016

A NASA mission involving CU Boulder was successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, at 5:05 p.m. MDT Thursday night and is on its way to explore an asteroid, setting the stage for a better understanding of the evolution of our solar system.

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Marching to the beat of the Buffs

Sept. 9, 2016

For many, participating in the marching band can be a family affair. Mellophone section leader Carrie Proctor is not only following her siblings' and parents' musically-inclined footsteps, but she also has formed a bond of friendship not uncommon among Golden Buffaloes.

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