As with many institutions across the country, it is with great regret that we are announcing the cancellation of our in-person commencement on May 7, as well as all college, school and department-based recognition ceremonies, due to COVID-19.
With the end of the semester in sight and many beginning to plan for the holidays, I would like to extend my sincerest gratitude to each of you for your work and dedication to the university over the past year.
I am writing with an update on how we are moving forward to enhance CU Boulder’s anti-racism and anti-harassment efforts to improve the campus experience so that all students, particularly those from underrepresented groups, feel welcome, valued and safe. I will continue meeting with student leaders through the semester to make sure I understand their perspectives as we make progress on these efforts.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano spoke in two sessions at the UC3 Summit in Vancouver, British Columbia this week, bolstering and advancing CU Boulder’s status as a leader in climate science research and sustainability.
The Chancellor’s State Tour traveled 300 miles over two days last week to visit three Front Range cities and share how the University of Colorado Boulder’s academic and athletic successes are tied to their communities.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano on Dec. 13 highlighted the impactful role state funding could play as CU Boulder works to preserve its historic buildings and ensure they enhance student success and research for decades to come.