The University of Colorado men’s basketball team hosts No. 7 Arizona Thursday night to begin its final home stand of the regular season.
Here’s a look at the top stories out of the University of Colorado Boulder from the past week featuring aerospace findings, tech grants and more.
The University of Colorado Boulder is ranked No. 6 in the nation for graduates serving as Peace Corps volunteers with 62 alumni currently serving around the world, the Peace Corps announced today.
Under bright stage lights, before an audience of empty chairs, Eli Stalzer runs his fingers across the keys of a large, black piano. He’s come for an interview, not a rehearsal, but he can’t help himself: He’s been a piano player since age eight.
University of Colorado Boulder alumna Kate Brown (EnvCon’81) will be sworn in as Oregon’s governor Feb. 18, becoming the first openly bisexual governor in the United States.
Getting CU license plates is faster and easier than ever.
The University of Colorado Boulder garnered headlines for everything from a new study abroad scholarship program to a visit from the FCC chairman to a new school record and sub-4 minute mile by student-athlete Jake Hurysz.
Love wine, views of San Francisco Bay and the company of other Buffs? Join the Alumni Association for a special reception at the St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco on Thursday, March 5.
The CU-Boulder Career Services office is offering a free financial planning webinar for alumni. The webinar, “10 Steps to Financial Peace of Mind,” takes place Thursday, Feb. 19 from noon to 1 p.m. MST.
When a phenomenon called colony collapse disorder began ravaging honey bee populations in the mid-2000s, the world took notice: Flowers, food crops and ecosystems depend on bee pollination.
CU-Boulder’s student alumni group, The Herd, is hosting a live interactive workshop on financial health that is open to all young alumni that graduated in the last decade.
CU-Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano will host a presentation by CU’s visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy, Dr. Brad Birzer, Tuesday, Feb. 17.
Each fall, the CU-Boulder Alumni Association honors a group of outstanding Forever Buffs for their contributions to community and the university and for professional achievement. The awards are one of CU-Boulder’s longest-standing traditions.
Immerse yourself in Eastern European culture with an eight-night journey down the Danube River with the CU-Boulder Alumni Association’s Roaming Buffs travel program Sept. 17 through Oct. 2.
Get the inside scoop on Colorado football — join coach Mike MacIntyre for the 2015 Preview Luncheon Thursday, Feb. 5, in Broomfield.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama will visit CU-Boulder Oct. 20-21, the university and the Tibetan Association of Colorado jointly announced Tuesday.
CU-Boulder senior Heather Dykstra (CompSci’15) can’t imagine life without computers. When she asked for her own computer at age 10, her father, an electrical engineer, helped her build it from scratch.
Mike Morrison’s (MechEngr’96) work sometimes takes him into dark, wet, claustrophobic places. For him, it’s always magical.
This week’s CU-Boulder headlines feature exciting possibilities in the field of cell damage repair, a Forever Buff making history in the arena of sports and more.
Thursday at noon is the deadline to buy discounted tickets to Friday’s CU Night at the National Western Stock Show in Denver. Check out the pro rodeo, the mutton bustin’ contest and see Ralphie run with your fellow Buffs for up to 40 percent the regular ticket price!
The spring semester is under way at CU-Boulder and all Colorado residents who are 55 or older are eligible to participate in the Alumni Association’s Senior Auditors Program.
Share the magic of “Cinderella” with your children or grandchildren with a matinee performance and Royal Ball hosted by the CU-Boulder Alumni Association.
Chauncey Billups (soc ex’99) is still a Colorado guy, which should surprise no one.
Check out the pro rodeo and the mutton bustin’ contest at the National Western Stock Show in Denver with your fellow Buffs for up to 40 percent the regular ticket price!
Feeling a little lost? Perhaps that’s because we’re already a week into 2015 and you don’t have a new wall calendar.
This week’s roundup of CU-Boulder news has a scientific flavor with a dash of the entrepreneurial spirit.
To every member of the Forever Buffs family — more than 250,000 of you — the CU-Boulder Alumni Association wishes you a safe and happy new year! We hope we’ll see you early and often in 2015.
The CU-Boulder family had a lot to cheer in 2014 — an alum’s trip to the International Space Station in March, the most competitive and diverse freshman class in history, a fifth national championship for men’s cross country, a faculty poet’s PEN award, approval of the first new college on campus in 50 years, a new all-LEGO model of campus, the 100th anniversary of homecoming …
Would you describe your life as busy, overwhelming or exhausting? Do you ever wonder where the time goes during a day or feel like you didn’t accomplish what you set out to?
For a short time, still within memory for some Baby Boomers, Boulder had its own ski run: Chautauqua Mesa Ski Area operated from 1949-52 and in 1962.
University of Colorado Boulder students strive to make a positive impact on the community around them and others have taken notice. In this week’s roundup of headlines, we look at two such instances, plus research results and a new research consortium involving CU-Boulder.
The CU-Boulder Alumni Association extends its warmest congratulations to the more than 1,700 students who became alumni on Saturday, Dec. 20, during the university’s annual winter commencement ceremony at Coors Events Center. Welcome!
Alumni play a special role in the life of the university, and the Alumni Association aims to serve graduates for the long-term.
The University of Colorado Boulder alumni family will grow by 1,707 Saturday when the university hosts its annual winter commencement ceremony.
Many of America’s first universities were centuries old by the time they admitted women. At CU-Boulder co-education began early — with the Tyler sisters.
Looking for a festive way to share your CU pride this holiday season? Look no further than the CU Book Store.
Applications to CU-Boulder are up and it’s no wonder. Members of the campus community drew attention for their energy-saving efforts, film making and activism in Washington, D.C., over the past week.
Maybe it’s the dinosaur dig on Norlin Quad, the return of falling bear or the mammoth replica of Folsom Field.
Make plans to display your CU-Boulder degree with pride with a diploma frame from the CU Book Store.
Look for former NBA and CU Buffs’ star Chauncey Billups (Soc ex’99) in your mailbox: The latest issue of Coloradan magazine starts mailing this week with a vintage cover photo of Billups in action.
Visit Tanzania and behold the cradle of humankind and some of Earth’s most majestic animals in their natural habitat.