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Faculty assembly talks ChatGPT

Feb. 3, 2023

At its recent monthly meeting, the Boulder Faculty Assembly agreed the CU Honor Code covers ChatGPT’s use by students, but more discussion is needed on the pluses and minuses of the tool.

CAAAS staff pose with founder and director Reiland Rabaka and Deion 'Coach Prime' Sanders

Energized crowd welcomes new African and African American studies center to campus

Feb. 3, 2023

Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and Boulder community members packed the narrow halls of Macky Auditorium on the first day of Black History Month to celebrate the campus’s newest "cause"—the grand opening of the Center for African and African American Studies.

Home on fire

Western wildfires destroyed 246% more homes, buildings over the past decade—scientists explain

Feb. 3, 2023

More homes are burning in wildfires in nearly every Western state. The reason? Humans. CU experts Jennifer Balch, Maxwell Cook and Natasha Stavros share on The Conversation.

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Join the Journey to Inclusive Cultures Workshop

Feb. 3, 2023

CU Boulder's Inclusive Culture Team will facilitate a three-part Journey to Inclusive Culture Workshop Series, especially for outreach and engagement professionals. The workshop will take place February–March.

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When students, faculty and staff notice behaviors of concern

Feb. 2, 2023

CU Boulder has a sophisticated approach to identifying and sharing concerns. Here’s what to do if you think someone needs help.

Police Chief Doreen Jokerst

When faculty and staff notice behaviors of concern

Feb. 2, 2023

CU Boulder Police Chief Doreen Jokerst wants to remind faculty and staff how to recognize and report behaviors of concern, including information about how CUPD and the university respond once authorities are made aware.

Framed art work in the Center for African and African American Studies

Celebrating Black History Month

Feb. 1, 2023

Several events are set for February as the CU Boulder community celebrates Black History Month 2023. Plan to attend gatherings around campus, take in movie screenings, explore and learn through the University Libraries guide, which includes resources for action and advocacy, and more.

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Student loan forgiveness workshops available February through May

Feb. 1, 2023

Navigate the complexities of federal student loan programs, such as Public Service Loan Forgiveness, with help. CU Employee Services encourages staff, who may qualify for PSLF through their work at CU, to join and find out how they can possibly lower their payments and work toward forgiveness.

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Mental health: 3 tips for supporting yourself, colleagues and students

Feb. 1, 2023

Personal circumstances, mental health conditions and other stressors can impact our mental health. Learn how you can best support yourself, your coworkers and your students.

Jeff Mitton

‘My Research Is My Hobby and Recreation’ with Jeff Mitton Feb. 14

Jan. 31, 2023

The Retired Faculty Association will welcome Jeff Mitton, emeritus professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, for a presentation based on his decades-old science column.