Mike Klymkowsky, a molecular, cellular and developmental biology professor who saved students over $5 million in textbook costs by making his co-authored texts open access, is being honored with the Open Educator Award.
This weekend brings casino night, a Leeds diversity scholarship fundraiser, cookie decorating, a presentation on black holes, a class on lower-body building, a bowling tournament, the 2023 Sonic Summit and more.
A nuisance ticket, often issued for excessive noise, is a common citation for students living off campus. It may result in a hefty fine and mandatory restorative justice courses. Here are some tips to lower your chances.
CU Boulder has more than 400 student organizations covering a wide variety of activities and interests. For students interested in giving back to the community, you’ll find many groups dedicated to service, social justice and sustainability.
Provost Russell Moore announced his appointment of D’Andra Mull to be the new vice chancellor for student affairs. The vice chancellor leads the Division of Student Affairs and works in collaboration with faculty, staff and student leaders to enhance the student experience and each student’s potential for success.
The Office of the Provost, the Boulder Faculty Assembly and Women & Gender Studies are honored to host Shirin Ebadi at CU Boulder, including a screening of the film Until We Are Free, written and directed by Dawn Engle.
Are you curious about incorporating more plant-based meals and snacks into your diet? Eating less meat and dairy can benefit the environment and your health. Whether you live on or off campus, find ways to transition your food routine to include more plant-based options.