Proposal for shared equipment, labs tops recent Short Experiment Competition

Nov. 21, 2017

An interdisciplinary team has won Kelly Fox's Short Experiment Competition, a contest that aims to give life to innovative solutions or unmet opportunities on campus.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: Tax reform proposals in U.S. Congress, potential impacts on higher education

Nov. 10, 2017

The legislative proposals to change U.S. tax code currently circulating on Capitol Hill have potential impacts for higher education. CU leadership is sharing our concerns with our federal delegation, and I wanted to share this information with our community as well.

Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Russell Moore

From the Provost: Academic Futures initiative is moving ahead

Sept. 26, 2017

As the first phase of the Academic Futures visioning process draws to a close, I wanted to provide an update and offer my thanks to all those taking part.

Protestors with fists raised

Why are people irrational about politics?

Sept. 19, 2017

On Sept. 21, Professor Michael Huemer will discuss why people are especially irrational about politics, and how and why they adopt the beliefs they want to adopt. The bad news? You're probably being irrational, too.

Students standing in an obstacle course

School of Education introduces multicultural, social justice leadership pathway for first-year students

Aug. 3, 2017

Starting this fall, the School of Education will invite first-year students to explore leadership from multicultural, social justice and equity perspectives on a pathway to the Leadership Studies Minor.

Doctoral candidate Tim Passmore taking photos in Beirut

Q&A: Peacekeeping fieldwork on horizon for grad student with research award

July 7, 2017

Tim Passmore, the recipient of a Horowitz Foundation grant, discusses what's up next involving his study of how young and weak democracies can prevent military coups by committing to peacekeeping missions.

Professor David Clough

Honoring the esteemed career of Professor David Clough

June 29, 2017

The College of Engineering & Applied Science is celebrating the retirement of David Clough with shared memories of his 42-year career and the creation of an endowed faculty fund in his name.

Rendering of new aerospace engineering building on East Campus

New flagship aerospace facility approved by CU regents

June 15, 2017

CU Boulder will begin construction this fall of the new 139,000-square-foot, $82.5 million building, designed to help mark the engineering college as a national leader in aerospace education and research.

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Calling all mappers: Campus to host OpenStreetMap conference in October

May 25, 2017

The OpenStreetMap conference, State of the Map US, will bring together a range of creators and users of mapping technology and data to share ideas, technologies and inspiration. The call for conference ideas closes July 31.

Michael Persinger

Class of 2017: A student inspired by his father

May 3, 2017

Graduating senior Michael Persinger, intent now on medical school, thanks his father for helping him achieve his dreams. "He taught me to always keep pushing no matter what is thrown at me, and I’ve tried to keep that mentality whenever I’m faced with challenges."