Graduates from the years 2009-2013 are invited to Crested Butte Jan. 17-19 for skiing, fun and community. The weekend will include a two-night stay, a two-day lift ticket, food and an evening welcome reception!
Celebrate your CU pride by getting a legacy cord from the Alumni Association at December commencement. Legacy cords are worn by graduating seniors who have family members who attended CU-Boulder.
This summer’s plays include The Tempest, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry IV, parts 1 and 2, and the contemporary comedy, I Hate Hamlet.
In a season that continues to be very special, the University of Colorado volleyball team has advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 17th time in school history, as announced Sunday night by the NCAA. The Buffs will travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota to face former Big 12 foe Iowa State (18-9) on Friday, Dec. 6
BOULDER—Senior Nikki Lindow surpassed the 400 career blocks and sophomore Nicole Edelman 2,000 career assists as the University of Colorado volleyball team snapped a five-match losing streak by sweeping the Oregon State Beavers (28-26, 25-21, 25-20) Friday night here at the Coors Events Center. “I’m glad we were not only able to come up with
Join us Sunday, Dec. 8 in the British Studies Room of Norlin Library. The party, including hors d’oeuvres, beverages and a silent auction, begins at 1:30 p.m. The College of Music Holiday Concert begins at 4 p.m. in Macky Auditorium.
Put your cowboy hat on, gather the kids and head to the National Western Stock Show with CU Friday, Jan. 24 from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Catch a glimpse of CU and Boulder all year long. Purchase your 2014 CU-Boulder campus wall calendar today! Each calendar costs $15 including tax, shipping and handling.
The University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business will present its 49th annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum on Monday, Dec. 9, at 1 p.m. at the Denver Marriott City Center.
A $671 million NASA mission to Mars led by the University of Colorado Boulder thundered into the sky today from Cape Canaveral, Fla., at 1:28 p.m. EST, the first step on its 10-month journey to Mars.
The CU-led MAVEN mission to Mars was successfully launched by NASA on Monday, Nov. 18. The orbiter is now on its way to study the Red Planet with a cargo of sensitive instruments designed to help us better understand the mysteries of the Martian atmosphere, and possibly reveal how the planet lost its ancient and potentially life-sustaining environment.
University of Colorado Boulder physics Professor Steven Pollock has been named a 2013 U.S. Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
By Thomas Fredericks (Law’72) [Editor’s Note: This speech was adapted for CU Voices. The original was given by Thomas Fredericks (Law’72) to a crowd of 300 people during the 84th annual Alumni Association Awards Ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 24 at the Hotel Boulderado. Watch the acceptance speech from Thomas and the other award-winners here.] Upon
Flying off the coast of San Diego, Calif., the U.S. Navy Helicopter crew from HSM 71 proudly represents CU-Boulder in this MH-60R Seahawk.
Using morphine to fight the pain associated with abdominal surgery may paradoxically prolong a patient’s suffering, doubling or even tripling the amount of time it takes to recover from the surgical pain, according to researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder.
The 19th annual Diversity and Inclusion Summit will be held at the University of Colorado Boulder Nov. 13-14, featuring a variety of sessions for students, faculty, staff and community members. All events are free and open to the public.
Families seeking information about childhood psychiatric and developmental disorders are invited to a community open house with experts from the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Colorado School of Medicine on Wednesday, Nov. 13, on the CU-Boulder campus.
Astronaut Scott Carpenter (Aero’49, HonDocSci’00), who became the fourth American to fly in space in 1962, was honored Saturday, Nov. 2 at 11 am. at a service open to the public at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1419 Pine St., in Boulder.
Sky gazers will be better immersed in spectacular views at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium since the dome’s nearly 40-year-old analog projector was replaced with a new digital “star ball” in a project completed this week.
Today, CU-Boulder is third from last among its Pac-12 peers in the percent of alumni who give to the university. Help put CU-Boulder on top among Pac-12 schools and throughout the country. Our university’s rankings are, in part, based on the percent of alumni who give back to their university.
More than 100 Navajo weavings, antique and contemporary, from all areas of the reservation will be on display and for sale at the Twenty-Eighth Annual Navajo Rug Silent Auction, 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sat., Oct. 19, in the lobby of the Denver Post Building, 101 W. Colfax Ave., Denver.
Brown Bag Preview: La Bohème by Puccini Featuring CU-Boulder student performers12 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23Music Theatre, University of Colorado BoulderFree and open to the publicIn the Latin Quarter of Paris, Rodolfo the idealistic poet falls in love with Mimi, a frail but resolute milliner. Around their tender love story, Puccini depicts the exuberant lives of
The University of Colorado has secured Charleston Southern University as the opponent to replace the Sept. 14 Fresno State football game which was postponed due to the record rainfall and subsequent flooding in Boulder, CU athletic director Rick George announced Monday. The game has been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 19; the kickoff time will be
Roderic B. Park, who served as chancellor of the University of Colorado Boulder, died Sept. 6 at his home, according to the University of California, Berkeley. He was 81.
U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of the top national universities includes four from Colorado, with three making it into the top 100.
Albert Allen Bartlett, professor emeritus of physics at the University of Colorado Boulder,was remembered as a revered teacher and visionary on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 3 p.m. in a memorial service open to the public at Club Level in Folsom Field.
The University of Colorado Boulder today announced the opening of an Office of Industry Collaboration and the naming of Caroline Himes as director. “It’s critical that we embrace a permanent state of change and innovation at CU-Boulder and over the last year we’ve launched a number of key initiatives to transform how we conduct business,”
University of Colorado Boulder officials are urging CU fans to show sportsmanship and take buses or carpool with a designated driver to the 4 p.m. Rocky Mountain Showdown football game with Colorado State University on Sunday, Sept. 1. “The Rocky Mountain Showdown with CSU is a great rivalry on the field, but off the field
Every semester, the Anderson Language and Technology Center (ALTEC) offers non-credit enrichment language classes . Alumni and their spouse are eligible to enroll at a substantially subsidized rate of $75. Over the years, we’ve offered over 16 different languages, including 16 different languages, including French, German, Polish, Russian, Amharic, and Indonesian.. Offerings and levels change
University of Colorado Boulder College of Music Aug. 27, 2013Media Contact: Clay Evans, 303-492-1137; firstname.lastname@example.org Sept. 3-8 events Faculty Tuesday: Colorado Brass Quintet A Slavic Celebration 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3 Grusin Music Hall, University of Colorado Boulder Free and open to the public More information Join the Colorado Brass Quintet — Terry Sawchuk and
Come to our beginning genealogy workshop and learn the basics of genealogical research with professional historian, expert genealogist and CU Heritage Center staff member Mona Lambrecht. Get research tips and tricks, learn how to stay organized, locate useful sources and navigate through various genealogy websites.
The University of Colorado Boulder is launching a new General Engineering Plus undergraduate degree with the CU Teach Engineering concentration this fall for current first-year and sophomore students interested in earning secondary school (grades 7-12) science or math teaching licensure.
Today we mourn the tremendous loss and celebrate the amazing life of Stanley S. Ulrich, born in Lancaster County, PA nearly 88 years ago.
Do you want a Guide to answer your questions and help you become familiar with all things about CU and Boulder for the first few weeks of the semester? Join our International Student Guides program!
Conventional wisdom holds that East Africa’s Maasai pastoralists hunt lions for two distinct reasons: to retaliate against lions that kill livestock or to engage in a cultural rite of passage. But that view reflects mistranslations of Maasai terms and a simplification of their cultural traditions and their relationship with wildlife, a team of researchers led by a University of Colorado Boulder geographer has concluded.
NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft was taken out of its shipping container and moved into a Kennedy Space Center clean room on Aug. 3, 2013. The spacecraft was delivered by Lockheed Martin the previous day from Denver, Colo. The orbiter will undergo final processing in this clean room prior to its mid-November launch.
Spending just one week exposed only to natural light while camping in the Rocky Mountains was enough to synch the circadian clocks of eight people participating in a University of Colorado Boulder study with the timing of sunrise and sunset. The study, published online today in the journal Current Biology, found that the synchronization happened in
Lyn passed away peacefully on Friday, 26 of July at 7:20 PM. She had been plagued with Parkinson’s disease for about 20 years.
Melvin Eugene Clark of Boulder, CO, died peacefully at his home May 17, 2013. He was 96. He was born Oct. 2, 1916 to Ansel B. and Ruth Joy (Bullock) Clark in Ord, Nebraska. The Clark family moved to Boulder in 1920. Melvin attended the University of Colorado-Boulder where he graduated cum laude in chemical engineering in 1937.
James L. Parks, food critic, natty dresser, accomplished traveler, and fish rights activist, died on June 26, 2013.