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7 CU Boulder startups awarded $1.75M in commercialization grants

May 27, 2022

A number of grants totaling $1.75 million were recently awarded to venture partners at CU Boulder startups by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

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Free Fridays at The Rec starts June 3

May 27, 2022

All Buff OneCard holders can enjoy free entrance to the Rec Center, plus free skate rentals, fitness classes and bouldering on Fridays this summer beginning June 3.

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Diversity, equity and inclusion update: May 2022 issue

May 27, 2022

This month’s issue includes a wrap-up of the IDEA Council’s first public forum and updates on Colorado’s new Juneteenth celebration, summer UndocuAlly sessions, the campus’s practice of inclusion and more.

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Looking for a job or internship? Try out these strategies

May 26, 2022

While searching for jobs or internships can feel challenging, there are strategies to make it easier. Here are some tips to help you in your search.

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Campus leadership announces operating model updates

May 25, 2022

Provost Russell Moore and Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke announced a number of updates to the campus operating model, which include work modality standards, academic instruction guidance, COVID-19-related requirements and other topics.

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CU student awarded prestigious Udall Scholarship for work in water resources

May 25, 2022

Beth Rossman, a sophomore majoring in environmental engineering, has been awarded a Udall Scholarship, becoming the 12th CU Boulder student to be honored with the scholarship.

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New budget model approved by leadership with implementation to begin July 1

May 24, 2022

Executive sponsors have approved a new budget model that includes support for student retention; diversity, equity and inclusion goals; and more.

Hilary Morgan

Video: How to treat burn-damaged books

May 24, 2022

Hillary Morgan, a conservator with the University Libraries is no stranger to repairing books damaged by any of the elements. In this video, Morgan will teach you how to save a book that’s suffered soot or smoke damage from a fire.

Sriram Sankaranarayanan

Data science professor wins Coursera innovation award

May 24, 2022

Computer science professor Sriram Sankaranarayanan, who has taught more than 10,000 students in his online data science course, has received a prestigious award from Coursera for his innovative course design.

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4 things to know before Memorial Day weekend

May 24, 2022

From public health guidance to noise ordinances and more, here are some things to keep in mind as we head into Memorial Day weekend.