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Workshops teach students effective altruism and how to give better

May 18, 2022

With Giving Games, CU Boulder's Tim Wadsworth has helped hundreds of students learn more about the effectiveness of charities, the causes that tend to yield the greatest benefit for the least money and where to find tools to gauge nonprofits’ effectiveness.

recipients of UROP's summer student grants

UROP celebrates its summer student grant recipients

May 18, 2022

CU Boulder's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program is pleased to announce the recipients of this summer's student grants.

Jim White

Dean Jim White to leave CU Boulder for position in North Carolina

May 17, 2022

CU Boulder’s acting dean of the College of Arts and Sciences has accepted a dean position at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jim White will remain at CU Boulder through June 30.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Thank you for your efforts in making commencement a success

May 16, 2022

With sincere gratitude to all who helped make our first in-person commencement in three years a huge success—from marshals to golf cart drivers, ceremony coordinators and every role in between—your efforts did not go unnoticed.

María Teresa Navas Mejía, a long-term employee at the University of Colorado Boulder, recently received her green card thanks to Carina De La Torre and students in the law school's Immigration Defense Clinic.  Credit: Stephanie Daniel/The World

Colorado Law students gain powerful lessons providing free legal services to immigrants

May 16, 2022

Students at the Immigration Defense Clinic have represented more than 20 longtime university employees from El Salvador who have temporary protected status, which allows them to work. The clinic is helping them become permanent residents.

Old Main on CU Boulder Campus.

New Thrive Grants to help pre-tenure faculty impacted by COVID-19

May 16, 2022

Pre-tenure faculty whose research, scholarship or creative work was stalled by COVID-19 can now apply for the new Thrive Grant through a partnership program launched by the Office of Faculty Affairs and co-sponsored by the Boulder Faculty Assembly and the Research and Innovation Office.

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Things to know about living in Boulder this summer

May 16, 2022

Whether you recently moved off campus for the first time or you’ve been living in Boulder for a while, here are some tips and reminders for living in Boulder this summer.

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Bright Horizons hosts family and benefit overview webinars

May 13, 2022

Learn more about your Bright Horizons benefits and access expert-led events throughout the year covering everything from teaching kids diversity, equity and inclusion to returning to work after parental leave. Can't make it for the live event? Get the webinar recordings on demand.

Malak Bouraeda

Malak Bouraeda qualifies for U.S. Women’s Open

May 12, 2022

CU Boulder senior Malak Bouraeda took medalist honors at the Colorado Golf Association's U.S. Open Qualifier at the Walnut Creek Golf Preserve in Westminster. The U.S. Women's Open will take place June 2–5 in Southern Pines, North Carolina.

2022 graduates celebrate during the commencement ceremony

Get a time-lapse view of commencement

May 11, 2022

Enjoy a time-lapse video from Commencement 2022, CU Boulder's first in-person commencement ceremony since 2019. More than 9,000 students savored every minute of their graduation day.