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Drug Take-Back Day, March 9

March 1, 2016

Reduce the risk of accidental exposure, drug misuse, and environmental contamination by participating in Drug Take-Back Day. Turn in unused or expired medication for safe disposal on Wednesday, March 9, at the Drug Take-Back Event hosted by Community Health, a division of Wardenburg Health Services and the CU Police Department.

 Ecenter

February Eco-Tip: Water for the west and slow the flow

Feb. 25, 2016

Each month, CU-Boulder's Environmental Center provides eco-tips with the goal of promoting sustainable choices. February's topic is water use.

 Kelly Graziadei

Facebook executive and CU-Boulder alumnus Kelly Graziadei to give 2016 spring commencement address

Feb. 23, 2016

Facebook executive and CU-Boulder alumnus Kelly Graziadei will give the 2016 CU-Boulder spring commencement ceremony address on Saturday, May 7, at Folsom Field.

 Valerie Simons

Campus Q&A: Valerie Simons discusses sexual misconduct survey results

Feb. 9, 2016

On Tuesday, Feb. 9, the University of Colorado Boulder released the Phase I results of the Fall 2015 sexual misconduct survey. CU-Boulder Today sat down with Executive Director of Institutional Equity and Compliance and Title IX Coordinator, Valerie Simons, and asked some key questions for our campus audience.

 Rick George and Frances Draper

Concerts returning to Folsom Field this summer with Dead & Company

Feb. 7, 2016

This morning, AEG Live announced that Dead & Company (three of the surviving members of the Grateful Dead, touring with John Mayer and others) will play two shows at Folsom Field on July 2 and 3.

UMC to open all-gender restroom

Feb. 1, 2016

The first multi-stall, all-gender restroom in the University Memorial Center will open in February. Located in the UMC’s second floor northwest wing, the all gender restroom was first proposed by the UMC Board, a branch of CU Student Government and the governing board of the UMC, in 2011.

Annual DEPA reporting period begins today

Jan. 15, 2016

As the new year begins, university personnel are reminded to complete a Disclosure of External Professional Activities (DEPA) in order to meet conflicts of interest disclosure requirements. A 2016 DEPA is required of all faculty and other designated groups. In general, those other groups include all research personnel, staff who support department compliance reporting processes, and students engaged in research (i.e. all personnel responsible for the design, conduct, or reporting of research).

Safety matters: Campus policies regarding hoverboards

Jan. 4, 2016

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recently initiated an investigation into the fire risks associated with hoverboards. In light of numerous fires associated with hoverboards and the actions being taken by major retailers and airlines, hoverboards are not permitted in CU-Boulder residence halls or Graduate and Family Housing. The new policy took effect on Jan. 1.

Students engaged in learning

Be engaged/Be resourceful

Dec. 21, 2015

Being a Buff means getting out in the world and learning through experience. At CU-Boulder, we encourage you to enhance your academic experience and be engaged. CU-Boulder also has a number of programs and offices in place to help support you.

Melissa Zak

From the Police Chief: Why we are removing the campus ‘blue light’ phones

Dec. 14, 2015

In the coming weeks, the campus will be removing the remaining emergency “blue light” phones. Over the past year, they have been systematically removed and the final phase is under way. We have not received a legitimate emergency call from these phones in several years.

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