Coach Prime at the Colorado State Capital Building With the Colorado Black Caucus

Photos: State legislature tackles Prime Effect in Colorado

March 10, 2023

It was all selfies and smiles at the Colorado Capitol Friday when Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders made an appearance. Coach Prime joined members of the Black Caucus for breakfast and conversation before being recognized in the Senate Chambers.

Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotec Building

Gather at the next Faculty SPACE event March 16

March 10, 2023

Shared Perspectives and Community Engagement, or SPACE, is organized by faculty from all different parts of campus and sponsors community-building events for faculty throughout the academic year. This month's gathering is co-sponsored by the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, and all faculty are welcome.

people skiing and snowboarding

Tips for a low-key spring break

March 10, 2023

While it may seem like everyone around you is taking exciting spring break trips, many students will have a low-key spring break. In fact, there is no right or wrong way to spend your first spring break as a CU Boulder student. Here are a few tips to make the most of your spring break if you don’t have a vacation planned.

police cars behind yellow caution tape

Study: High crime raises diabetes risk

March 10, 2023

Young adults living in high-crime areas have an increased genetic risk for Type 2 diabetes, according to a recently published study. A key takeaway is that genes are not an irrefutable crystal ball predicting people’s health future. The environment plays a significant role as well.

Hellems building on campus

Innovation Incubator helping transform teaching, learning

March 10, 2023

After a successful three-year trial run, the Innovation Incubator program is being made permanent with the goal of further innovating cross-discipline teaching in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Norlin Library entrance

How CU Student Government represents fellow Buffs

March 10, 2023

CU Boulder students are represented by the CU Student Government. Learn more about what CUSG does and how you can get involved with spring elections.

Humpback whale in the ocean

Historic high seas treaty brings new hope to global marine conservation

March 10, 2023

CU Boulder experts explain why the high seas matter to all of us, and how a recent United Nations agreement aims to protect marine biodiversity in international waters.

John Lynch

Leaving your job? Leave the money on the table

March 9, 2023

It turns out the more generous an employer’s 401(k) match is, the more likely employees are to withdraw money from their plans when they leave a job, finds new CU Boulder research involving Distinguished Professor John Lynch.

Military units from across the US competing in the Colorado Meet on campus

Military units from across the US compete in Colorado Meet

March 9, 2023

Sixteen military units from across the country traveled to Boulder March 4–5 to compete in the CU Boulder Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps' annual Colorado Meet. CU's team took first place in the endurance race and was the overall winner of the event.

Students sitting in chairs looking through a window at snow-covered mountains

5 things to check off your to-do list

March 9, 2023

Resolve your registration holds, meet with a dietician, download the CU NightRide app, check out upcoming activities and trips with Outdoor Pursuits and more.

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