Attendees listen in and take notes during a speaker session

Nation’s biggest science communications conference back on at CU

March 14, 2023

After being postponed in 2020 and 2021 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, ScienceWriters2023 is on track for Oct. 6–10 at the CU Boulder and CU Anschutz campuses.

Just In Time Career and Internship Fair 2022

You’re ‘Just In Time’ to find a job or internship

March 14, 2023

Are you looking to find a job or internship before the summer? It’s not too late! Students from all majors, degree levels and backgrounds can attend the Just In Time Career and Internship Fair on April 5. Here are some tips for making the most of the fair.

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Things to know about drug-facilitated sexual assault

March 14, 2023

Alcohol and other substances are often used to commit sexual assault. Here are some things you should know about drug-facilitated sexual assault and drink spiking.

Pearl Street Mall at night

4 ways to look out for your friends this weekend

March 14, 2023

De-stressing and letting loose with friends can be fun. Here are some tips to make sure you and your friends make it home safe this weekend.

near Mount Everest

When someone sneezes on Everest, their germs can last for centuries

March 14, 2023

Thanks to technological advances in microbial DNA analysis, CU researchers have discovered that mountaineers’ boots aren’t the only things leaving footprints on the world’s tallest mountain.

Students and campus community members walking across campus

Get paid: Research opportunities and on-campus jobs

March 13, 2023

From university research studies to part-time jobs, there are plenty of opportunities to make extra money on campus. See what's open.


How ‘patient influencers’ may be misleading patients on prescription drugs

March 13, 2023

A new study sheds light on the growing phenomenon of “patient influencers,” confirming they work closely with pharmaceutical companies and routinely provide advice about drugs to followers.

Researcher Jun Ye (University of Colorado Boulder)

New Embark program to pair entrepreneurs with CU Boulder technologies

March 13, 2023

The Embark Deep Tech Startup Creator is a new program created by Venture Partners at CU Boulder to match business minds outside the university with breakthrough inventions created within the walls of the university—and to provide those ventures funding.

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March 17: Achieving greater mental health wellness and work-life balance

March 13, 2023

This event is for teaching and clinical faculty. The professional development workshop focuses on the importance of effectively balancing your teaching, clinical, service and research responsibilities with the demands and needs of your personal life.

Students ice skating at the Rec Center on campus

10 things to do this week: Sharpen your navigation skills, cycle on St. Patty’s Day, more

March 13, 2023

This week brings a visit from filmmaker Jesse Lerner, a showing of M3GAN, the Chancellor’s Annual Summit, a story circle, free ice skating, salsa dancing, a gathering addressing sexual assault and more.