A strategic advisory group of student leaders, faculty and staff representing all university units will convene for the first time to begin the historic work of implementing the IDEA Plan, a campus blueprint for building a more diverse and inclusive CU Boulder.
As CU Boulder faculty adapt to the ongoing challenges of teaching in the COVID-19 era, they can take heart that they are not alone. CU Boulder’s Center for Teaching & Learning is taking center stage as a teaching partner, offering an array of resources.
Since the chancellor issued his charge earlier this summer, ODECE and its many campus partners have been collaborating on multiple fronts. I’d like to share an update on our progress to achieve the eight immediate actions for change.
Chancellor DiStefano has asked Vice Chancellor Bob Boswell to lead the implementation of the eight immediate actions announced on June 18 to improve anti-racism, diversity, inclusion and equity efforts on campus.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced the immediate actions for change he and his administration will take to transform the CU Boulder experience for Black students, faculty and staff; for all students, faculty and staff of color; and for other marginalized individuals and groups.
Financial Futures, the campuswide strategic initiative working to further align strategic resources with CU’s mission as a comprehensive public teaching and research university, recently launched a new workstream.