Weiss to discuss free speech and cancel culture in Benson Center webinar

In recent months, social coercion has become a more effective means of restricting political speech than legal coercion. Opinions that were once common are now anathema, and campaigns to de-platform...

Chief information officer Levine to retire; search for successor to begin

Larry Levine, who has led the information technology needs of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff for more than a decade, is retiring at the end of next June, and the university will soon conduct...

Hip-hop dance maestro Harris wins major award

Lorenzo “Rennie” Harris, a pioneering Hip-hop choreographer and artist-in-residence at the University of Colorado Boulder, is one of eight people to win the prestigious 2020 Doris Duke Artist Award.
Wieman awarded Yidan Prize for Education Research

Wieman awarded Yidan Prize for Education Research

Wieman worked as a professor of physics at the University of Colorado Boulder for 25 years. He won the Nobel Prize in Physics together with Eric Cornell in 2001, and then directed his considerable...

CU Boulder names four finalists for College of Music dean

The finalists for the position are John Davis, senior associate dean of the College of Music at CU Boulder; Valerie Martin, vice provost and dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Susquehanna...
CU Boulder welcomes 95 new faculty members

CU Boulder welcomes 95 new faculty members

CU Boulder welcomed 95 new faculty members who are starting this semester, along with 10 more who are starting in the spring of 2021. With previous affiliations at some of the world’s most reputable...

Law dean Anaya to continue as member of the faculty in 2021-22

Provost Russell L. Moore announced today that S. James Anaya will not seek a second term as dean of the University of Colorado Law School and will continue as a member of the faculty when his five-...

Cantrell recognized for clinic’s work advocating for mobile homeowners across Colorado

University of Colorado Law School Professor and Director of Clinical Programs Deborah Cantrell is a recipient of Boulder County Public Health’s 2020 Healthy Community Award. The award recognizes her...
CU Boulder Center for Environmental Journalism welcomes new class of fellows

CU Boulder Center for Environmental Journalism welcomes new class of fellows

The Center for Environmental Journalism is proud to welcome its 24th class of Ted Scripps Fellows, who will spend nine months at the University of Colorado Boulder’s College of Media, Communication...

Limerick named to state Geographic Naming Advisory Board

Patty Limerick, faculty director and chair of the board of CU Boulder’s Center of the American West, will play a central role in Colorado’s historic effort to reassess names of state landmarks.

Rokos to retire after 2021 season

Richard Rokos, the University of Colorado head ski coach for the last 30 seasons and who has led the Buffaloes to eight NCAA championships, has announced that the 2021 season will be last at the...
Rick George

George one of four ADs to present on leveraging climate action

Rick George is one of four collegiate athletic directors from Power Five conferences that will showcase their school's climate action, health and wellness and equity/inclusion practices during an...
Austin Jamar 'JB' Banks

Banks named associate vice chancellor and dean of students

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Akirah J. Bradley has named Austin Jamar “JB” Banks as the associate vice chancellor and dean of students. He started in his new role at CU Boulder on July 13...

How Fredericks helped change Washington football team’s name

After five decades of protests, lawsuits and petitions, Washington, D.C.’s NFL team announced Monday it will change its name and logo. To the CU Boulder law professor who helped organize a campaign...

Idea Forge’s Potts on a mask-making mission

During the coronavirus pandemic, Greg Potts, Idea Forge machine shop coordinator, joined many others in pursuing a new hobby: mask-making. He has made over 250 masks and plans to sew at least 100...

Bortz on the front lines of Colorado’s coronavirus response

At the start of 2020, David Bortz, like most Coloradans, didn’t know what a coronavirus was. For the last few months, tracking this virus is practically his full-time job. Bortz, an associate...

Jakosky to join National Space Council Users’ Advisory Group

Bruce Jakosky, professor of geological sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder, has been tapped to be a new member of the National Space Council Users’ Advisory Group.
Dimidjian and Epperson

CU Boulder researchers contributing to CU Anschutz podcasts starting June 30

Starting on June 30, five University of Colorado Boulder researchers will be featured in the University of Colorado Anschutz-led Mind the Brain podcast series. The combining of expertise from both...

Bradley named vice chancellor for student affairs

Provost Russell Moore has named Akirah J. Bradley vice chancellor for student affairs, effective June 1 and pending the approval of the CU Board of Regents.
Mary Ann Shea

Shea reflects on many years of advancing student-centered teaching

Mary Ann Shea, the outgoing director of the Faculty Teaching Excellence Program (FTEP) and director of the President’s Teaching Scholars Program, reflects on her career promoting student-centered...
Cynthia Pasquale

Pasquale honored for meritorious service to Staff Council

Cynthia Pasquale with son Alex. Cynthia Pasquale, longtime writer for CU Connections , recently was honored by University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) for her work reporting on the governance...