Through the spring semester, campus officials are providing regular updates. In this issue: in-person classes will resume in February; Buff Info is now available; CU Boulder vaccine distribution planning continues; and more.
A campuswide initiative to build community resilience, foster a greater sense of connection and promote a healing climate among students, faculty and staff following a historic and challenging 2020 will debut Jan. 18 on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
In rankings released Jan. 6, two members of the CU Boulder School of Education faculty were recognized as among the nation’s top 200 researchers whose scholarship bridges academic and public audiences.
Held virtually, the weekly CU Boulder Q&A sessions are a chance to hear status updates on campus COVID-19 impacts and ask questions. Log in at noon each Tuesday through the spring semester. The focus of the sessions alternates each week between students/families and faculty/staff.
Register by Jan. 31 for this spring's Mini Law School, a seven-week virtual series. Colorado Law’s renowned business and entrepreneurial law faculty will address various aspects of business law and its role in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
When students in more than 20 Denver Public Schools return to classrooms for the spring semester, they’ll be coming back to cleaner indoor air, thanks in part to work being done by CU Boulder environmental engineering researchers.
A CU Boulder study shows human emissions, including amino acids from sweat or acetone from breath, can chemically combine with bleach cleaners to form new airborne chemicals with unknown impacts to indoor air quality.
Scientists believe that planets like Earth bob in a sea of gravitational waves that spread throughout the universe. Now, an international team has gotten closer than ever before to detecting those cosmic ripples.
Researchers have found that a whopping one-third of the fertilizer applied to grow corn in the U.S. each year simply compensates for the ongoing loss of soil fertility, costing farmers a half-billion dollars.