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Join a new moms group this spring

Jan. 30, 2024

Are you a new or expectant mother? Join an eight-week group to network and discuss the challenges of being a new mom with a career outside of the home. Register to meet in person or virtually. Bring your lunch and babies!

JEDIA workshop

First Scholar Learning Community workshop slated for Feb. 2

Jan. 26, 2024

This lunchtime workshop will focus on identifying Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility—JEDIA—related funding opportunities offered by federal funding agencies and philanthropic foundations.

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Grant program seeks groundbreaking, interdisciplinary projects—town hall Feb. 7

Jan. 26, 2024

A virtual town hall of the New Frontiers Grant Program, which seeks projects to stimulate new campus research strengths, will be a first opportunity for researchers to learn more and explore partnerships.

Rebecca Safran standing outside in the snow in front of a barn

Barn swallows and humans reflect challenges of coexistence in a changing world

Jan. 26, 2024

In her Distinguished Research Lecture on March 12, CU Boulder Professor Rebecca Safran will explore the recent and precipitous decrease in the population of barn swallows.

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5 things faculty and staff should know about the Honor Code

Jan. 26, 2024

The purpose of the Honor Code is to create an environment in which students can succeed in a fair and honest way. But when students are overwhelmed or in a rush, they may unintentionally engage in academic dishonesty. Here are five things that can help.

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Faculty Tuesdays bring wondrous performances to attendees—for free

Jan. 26, 2024

This semester’s Faculty Tuesdays brings performances celebrating the legendary Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim, underrepresented composers and more.

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How to protect your data privacy

Jan. 25, 2024

You probably know, you’re being tracked online, but what can you do about it? CU Boulder digital media expert Nathan Schneider provides steps you can take and explains why you can’t go it alone. Read more on The Conversation.

Dan Doak in the field

50 years on, Endangered Species Act a noted success

Jan. 24, 2024

Dan Doak, CU Boulder professor of environmental studies who has studied threatened and endangered species for decades, reflects on a half century of species protection.

Marilyn Brock

Getting to know Marilyn Brock—interim director, Entrepreneurship Center for Music

Jan. 24, 2024

The Entrepreneurship Center for Music introduced a new face this academic year: While Professor of Composition and ECM Director Jeffrey Nytch is on sabbatical until fall 2024, Marilyn Brock fulfills the role of interim director.

Kathryn Materna working in the field

CIRES welcomes new tectonic geodesist Kathryn Materna

Jan. 24, 2024

Assistant Professor Kathryn Materna's focus on earthquake cycles and tectonic deformation will add depth to CU Boulder geodesy research.

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