Marlon Lynch

Marlon Lynch to lead new Division of Public Safety

Jan. 31, 2024

Marlon Lynch, who joins from Michigan State University, will begin at CU Boulder on March 4. He will oversee the CU Police Department, event and emergency management, flight operations and threat assessment.

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Campus Sustainability Executive Council to lead sustainability implementation efforts

Dec. 13, 2023

A new council, chaired by Patrick O’Rourke, will be charged with leading overarching campus sustainability implementation efforts, including driving action, transparency and accountability around CU Boulder’s carbon neutrality commitments and the forthcoming campus Climate Action Plan.

West District Energy Plant on the CU Boulder campus.

Correction: Regent-approved energy plant upgrades to reduce nitrogen oxides, help meet new air permit requirements

Nov. 8, 2023

The CU Board of Regents approved a $43.1 million plan to replace heating and power generating equipment in the West District Energy Plant located on the Boulder campus.

Old Main peeks through tree tops.

Regents approve restoration project for historic Old Main building

Nov. 8, 2023

The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved a $14.3 million restoration of CU Boulder’s Old Main building, including structural, site and sustainability upgrades.

Autumn leaves frame a view of pedestrians and campus buildings.

CU Boulder launches search for new head of public safety

Nov. 8, 2023

CU Boulder announced the launch of a search for a new associate vice chancellor for public safety—and with it the creation of a new Division of Public Safety.

2023 CU Board of Regents

Regents target housing with pair of approvals

Nov. 7, 2023

Regents approved a pair of action items aimed at advancing objectives of the CU Boulder Campus Master Plan related to increasing housing options for students, faculty and staff. Read about this and other items from the board’s Nov. 7–8 meeting.

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Sustainable Buffs cutting carbon through challenge using AWorld app

Oct. 24, 2023

With a challenge running through Dec. 1, the AWorld app allows students, faculty and staff to weave sustainability into their everyday lives and track their impact.

Boulder Flatirons

We see you, hear you and offer options for care and support

Oct. 23, 2023

In light of the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, we want you to know we stand with you during these challenging times and offer resources for your academic success, well-being and safety.

CUPD Deputy Chief Mark Heyart prepares to appear in a training video on lethality assessment.

CU Boulder researchers, police build on framework for violence prevention

Oct. 12, 2023

A new grant allows the CU Boulder Police Department and the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence to partner with state agencies on innovative strategies focused on threat assessment and data collection.

Folsom Stadium at night

Prepare for impacts ahead of Oct. 13 football game

Oct. 4, 2023

Preview the traffic, parking, bus route and building access impacts of the nighttime football game on Friday, Oct. 13. Learn about the clear bag policy, the theme of the game for spectators, the TV viewing option and more.