Masters of the Environment students at CU are partnering with the city of Boulder and Boulder Valley School District to plant 1,200 saplings on April 22. Help out by getting a tree planted on your property, or sign up to volunteer. The deadline to order a tree is March 30.
In recognition of Women’s “Herstory” Month, the University Libraries share media recommendations from staff and other members of the campus community. Read, watch and listen to titles highlighting unique experiences and perspectives.
Tune in for a moderated discussion about bipartisan climate solutions with U.S. Reps. Joe Neguse of Colorado and John Curtis of Utah. Attendees may participate virtually or in person at the SEEC Auditorium.
In case you missed the Feb. 28 discussion, watch as Chancellor Philip DiStefano and retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal talk about the invasion of Ukraine, how to develop leadership skills in any organization and more.
A ceremonial planting will be held at the site of a new memorial tree in honor of the 10 community members who lost their lives in the 2021 shooting at King Soopers. The tree is a catalpa, a large shade tree that offers heart-shaped leaves, beautiful spring flowers and unique, persistent fruit.
CU Boulder’s precollege programming and high-impact physics research and education will receive additional funding as part of the recently passed $1.5 trillion federal appropriations omnibus bill for the 2022 fiscal year.
In the fall, the end of daylight saving time is often greeted with a warm welcome, but it can be more challenging to adjust in the spring when you lose an hour. Prepare to spring forward Sunday, March 13, with these tips.
Join the Alumni Association and Herd Leadership Council to celebrate Student Philanthropy Month. Stop by the UMC fountains from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for food and games. No registration is required; a suggested donation of $5 is welcome at entry.