The Boulder Faculty Assembly voted to support a resolution by the student government asking the Board of Regents to rescind the right to carry a concealed weapon on all CU campuses. Also, President Todd Saliman updated the group on financial issues and statewide outreach efforts. Read more.
From increasing droughts and wildfires to polluted air and deforestation, natural disasters have an enormous impact on humans, including Indigenous ways of life. CU faculty shared insights and research at a recent event—read three key takeaways.
Join the showcase featuring research, scholarship and creative work from across the campus and demonstrating the broad impact of CU Boulder's research and innovation enterprise. The annual event will return to its predominantly in-person format.
October is LGBT History Month, and CU Boulder's Pride Office is inviting all to enjoy doughnuts, conversation and community. Stop by between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Center for Community Abrams Lounge.
The Department of Energy awarded $400 million for research into clean energy technologies and low-carbon manufacturing through 43 Energy Frontier Research Centers, six of which feature 13 Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) members.
Don't forget: CU Boulder faculty, staff and graduate students on appointment have access to backup child, adult and elder care through a partnership with Bright Horizons, which is waiving co-pays through October.