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The complexity of trauma in teaching

March 27, 2024

Attention to trauma in schools has grown exponentially in recent years. Scholars Elizabeth Dutro and Erica Caasi have explored the vibrant learning that is fueled when students feel their lived stories—of joy, pain, oppression, identities, connections to family and community histories—are seen, heard and valued by schools and educators.

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How to avoid employment scams

March 27, 2024

Job scams can result in identity theft or a loss of money. Watch out for these warning signs and red flags to avoid falling victim.

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Vote in the CU Student Government elections

March 27, 2024

It's time for Buffs to decide. Make your mark and shape the future of our CU Boulder community by voting in the CU Student Government Elections by April 5.

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Mentorship reflections and a new take on ‘Pomp and Circumstance’

March 27, 2024

Associate Professor of Jazz Studies Paul McKee reflects on the impact of mentorship and shares the spirit of his new, three-part arrangement of “Pomp and Circumstance” to premiere at commencement on May 9.

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National Poetry Month coming to the University Libraries

March 27, 2024

Contribute to a collaborative poem, engage with librarians and receive a pocket poem to carry—April 9 and 10 at the east entrance of Norlin Library or at each of the campus libraries’ service desks all month long.

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Don’t miss the final career fair of the year April 3

March 27, 2024

The Just In Time Career & Internship Fair offers the chance to connect with 80 employers from a variety of industries—all excited to meet you. Check out the attendee list on Handshake and plan your route.

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Joints that could heal themselves? Researchers could get there in 5 years

March 26, 2024

Armed with up to $39 million in federal funding, a dream team of researchers from three Colorado campuses aims to end osteoarthritis.

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Organic farms decrease and increase pesticide use, study finds

March 26, 2024

A paper co-authored by CU Boulder doctoral candidate Claire Powers offers a potential solution to a pesky problem, clustering similar farming practices together.

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Outdoor emergency siren testing to begin April 1

March 26, 2024

Boulder Disaster Management will begin outdoor emergency warning siren testing on Monday, April 1, at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. The siren will be audible in outdoor locations on and around campus.

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8 Laughing Goat, University Libraries student employees awarded scholarships

March 26, 2024

The Laughing Goat Endowed Scholarship recognizes the unique contributions University Libraries and Laughing Goat student employees have made to fulfill and advance its mission and values.