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October 7, 2021
Revolutionize your teaching with role-playing games
The Student Success Innovation Incubator team at CU Boulder invites faculty, graduate students and staff members from the CU system to participate in their...
March 11, 2021
Register now for ThinqStudio Unconference: Humanizing Higher Education With Care and Joy
ThinqStudio’s 2021 Unconference explores the intersections of joy, care, and pedagogy in higher education through keynotes and discussions, participant-...
July 30, 2020
Register now for next week’s COLTT Conference
Committed to delivering a conference that honors the crucial work of educators and respects current public health guidelines, COLTT will use more technology...
August 22, 2019
Piket-May named CU’s Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador
Casey Cass/University of Colorado Melinda Piket-May A University of Colorado Boulder engineering professor has been named CU’s latest Timmerhaus Teaching...
August 22, 2019
Over 100 local teachers participate in the UCCS STEM Days of Summer Conference
More than 100 teachers going back into the classroom this fall will have an expanded toolkit for teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics...
July 28, 2016
Call for applications: Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador Award
Applications are requested for the Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador Award, presented to a University of Colorado faculty member who will promote the opportunity...
August 13, 2015
Author Nafisi to deliver free lecture at CU-Boulder
Author Azar Nafisi will speak on “The Republic of Imagination: Humanities and the Future of Democracies” at the Best Should Teach Lecture next week at CU-...
December 10, 2014
Romero Troupe's political theater starts in the classroom
Outside his Immigration Politics class, senior instructor James Walsh , Ph.D., stands in a huddle with five of his students and hands one of them an...
November 12, 2014
Five questions for Valerio Ferme
Growing up in Milan, Italy, he was no stranger to great literature. Dante was required reading and his parents encouraged him to read and think about...
November 5, 2014
Five questions for Lon Abbott
The mountains have always held special meaning for Lon Abbott. Growing up in Boulder, he took advantage of the rock climbing, kayaking and backpacking that was...
May 28, 2014
Five questions for April Lanotte
The UCCS educator has loved science since she was young, spending time gazing up at the sky with her amateur astronomer father, and her interest hasn’t waned.