Chip takes a tour on a golf cart.

Volunteer to be a part of commencement 2022

March 29, 2022

Join the campus community in celebrating the graduating class by volunteering to help students, their families and guests during this exciting time. Choose between the fun roles of chauffeuring a golf cart or being a host at a recognition ceremony.

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Faculty assembly invites campus to celebrate excellence award winners April 11

March 29, 2022

The Boulder Faculty Assembly is pleased invite members of the campus community to attend this year’s in-person ceremony in celebration of the recipients of the 2022 BFA Excellence Awards.

Stephanie Toliver

Talk March 30 to explore impact of Black storytelling

March 29, 2022

The Center for African and African American Studies will host Assistant Professor Stephanie Toliver for a lecture exploring Black storytelling, Afrofuturism and “womanism’s” role in qualitative research. Toliver will guide attendees through understanding the impact of Black storytelling passed from generation to generation.

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Why permanent daylight saving time is a bad idea

March 28, 2022

A new bill that recently passed in the U.S. Senate would make daylight saving time permanent. But many in the scientific community are calling for the opposite approach⁠—making standard time permanent. CU Boulder sleep researcher Ken Wright explains why.

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Help BVSD high schoolers plant trees on Earth Day

March 18, 2022

Masters of the Environment students at CU are partnering with the city of Boulder and Boulder Valley School District to plant 1,200 saplings on April 22. Help out by getting a tree planted on your property, or sign up to volunteer. The deadline to order a tree is March 30.

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Celebrate Women’s History Month with library recommendations

March 18, 2022

In recognition of Women’s “Herstory” Month, the University Libraries share media recommendations from staff and other members of the campus community. Read, watch and listen to titles highlighting unique experiences and perspectives.

Patricia Rankin

Surprised by depth of bias, physicist works to bring more women to science

March 18, 2022

Women’s history snapshot: Patricia Rankin initially assumed when told she didn’t "look like a physicist," they were complimenting her on being well dressed.

SARS-CoV-2 virus

How does the immune system mobilize in response to COVID-19? 5 essential reads

March 18, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought immunology terms that are typically relegated to textbooks into our everyday vernacular. Featuring three CU experts, look back at The Conversation stories that helped us make sense of the ever-evolving science.

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PlayPosit training series available through mid-April

March 17, 2022

Do you teach with PlayPosit? The Office of Information Technolgy is hosting a series of interactive training sessions on using PlayPosit in new and innovative ways.

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US representatives to hold bipartisan discussion on climate solutions April 14

March 17, 2022

Tune in for a moderated discussion about bipartisan climate solutions with U.S. Reps. Joe Neguse of Colorado and John Curtis of Utah. Attendees may participate virtually or in person at the SEEC Auditorium.

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