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New legislation complements CU Boulder efforts to lower cost of college degree

May 21, 2024

Newly passed legislation provides tax credits to offset tuition and fees for two years for Colorado students whose families have an adjusted gross income below $90,000.

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Multiple positions available in Center for Teaching & Learning

May 20, 2024

Faculty and graduate students: Multiple opportunities exist through the CTL and Arts and Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT). Apply to become a faculty fellow, teach international students, present at the fall symposium and more.

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13 faculty recognized as outstanding mentors

May 16, 2024

This award from the Graduate School recognizes the work that faculty mentors do to improve the graduate student experience.

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Health and Wellness Services recognized for LGBTQ+ leadership

May 10, 2024

CU Boulder Health and Wellness Services has been recognized as a health care leader for LGBTQ+ students, faculty and staff. This accolade from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation underscores the university’s commitment to equitable health care for all members of its community.

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Ecological body names Mike Gil an early career fellow

May 10, 2024

The Ecological Society of America has recognized Mike Gil, a marine biologist and CU Boulder assistant professor, for making outstanding contributions to his field.

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Beware of malicious foreign talent recruitment programs

May 10, 2024

CU Boulder prohibits faculty, postdocs, staff and students from participating in efforts by foreign governments to recruit science and technology professionals or students with the intent to acquire resources to further their military and economic goals.

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Class of 2024 gets its commencement

May 9, 2024

On May 9, CU Boulder presented more than 9,400 degrees during a cloudy yet joyous outdoor ceremony, including an address by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. Many of the graduates entered their college careers in the throes of COVID and were deprived of high school graduation celebrations.

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CU Boulder to host international Fulbright Scholars

May 6, 2024

This summer, CU Boulder’s International English Center will welcome its second cohort of international Fulbright scholars bound for graduate studies at U.S. universities for a month-long program of academic skills and cultural orientation.

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5 CU Boulder students, alumni receive 2024–25 Fulbright awards

May 3, 2024

Five CU Boulder students and alumni have been named Fulbright finalists, the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange program.

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Jessica Rush Leeker receives Fulbright to study African descendants’ achievements in STEM

May 2, 2024

Faculty Director and Professor Jessica Rush Leeker has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to research the impact of oral storytelling on African descendants in STEM, focusing on how historical and cultural narratives can enhance the sense of identity, belonging and confidence among engineering students.