winter session at Yellowstone

Winter Session offers ecology at Yellowstone, horror writing at the Stanley and more

Sept. 25, 2018

From jazz in New Orleans, to horror writing at the Stanley Hotel and ecology in Yellowstone National Park, for-credit courses are available on diverse topics in fascinating locales.

Aaron Treher and Molly McDermott speak with the Cargills at their farm.

Pushing Boundaries: Grad students think like barn swallows to craft an artistic nesting site

Sept. 5, 2018

Side by Side is a community art and science event focused on barn swallows, a declining songbird species that nests exclusively in human-made spaces.

Ball Corp CEO John Hayes chats with Engineering Dean Bobby Braun during a 'fireside chat' event

First-ever Ball Career Day coming up Sept. 20

Sept. 5, 2018

Students from across campus, whether they're studying English or aerospace, will have the chance next fall to learn about the vast career opportunities offered by Ball Corporation, a Fortune 300 company based in Broomfield.

Old Main building during fall

Reimagining our future: Academic Futures draft report posted for your consideration

Sept. 4, 2018

Generated from a year-long effort across campus, the draft Academic Futures report offers a new academic vision designed to transform CU Boulder to a leading public research institution for the 21st century.

A CUPD car in front of a bronze buffalo statue on campus.

Parker Commander Doreen Jokerst named CU police chief

Aug. 24, 2018

Jokerst, a commander with the Parker Police Department, has been named CU Boulder's next chief of police after a national search, campus officials announced today.

Headshot of Ken Burns, credit Jason Savage.

Ken Burns, award-winning documentary filmmaker, coming to Macky

Aug. 9, 2018

Emmy Award-winner Ken Burns will share four decades worth of insights. Tickets go on sale Aug. 28 for the Macky Auditorium event, which is open to the public.

Lindsay Scott with a dog at Boulder's Humane Society

Pushing Boundaries: Certificate can lead to career serving animals

July 19, 2018

The new Animals and Society Certificate is for students wanting careers related to wild or domesticated animals, but who are not necessarily interested in becoming biologists, zoologists or veterinarians.

Sarah Kurnick meets with locals

Beyond Boulder: CU professor and students study ancient Maya ruins

July 16, 2018

Sarah Kurnick and students are working on a community archaeology project at Punta Laguna, a site of significant cultural importance to the contemporary Maya people who live there.

Philip DiStefano

From the Chancellor: A statement on Supreme Court travel ban ruling

June 26, 2018

Chancellor Philip DiStefano expressed concern about the impacts of Tuesday's Supreme Court ruling upholding the Trump administration's travel ban issued in September.

historical boulder

Uncovering Boulder's forgotten apple tree legacy

May 22, 2018

CU Boulder students and researchers are studying Boulder's historical apple trees in the hopes of preserving one of the town's agricultural legacies.

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