The ideal classroom, lab or lecture fosters thoughtful discussions between you and your students. That being said, classroom conflict is inevitable. Here are some strategies to support students and promote conflict resolution.
Members of CU Boulderâ€™s Masters of the Environment graduate program recently congratulated partners at multiple Colorado state offices for receiving the Charles F. Kettering Award. The MENV community was involved in nominations for the award.
The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics recently welcomed the CU Board of Regents for a visit and tour of its facilities on East Campus. The regents learned about the labâ€™s 75-year history and upcoming work.
This weekâ€™s events range from a Sport Media Summit to a talk about pathogensâ€”in other words, there is something to do for everyone! Join the Civic Engagement Fair, a PB&J service opportunity, a jazz celebration and more.
We would like to express our condolences to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs community, as well as emphasize the importance of supporting one another. Read more from Jessica Doty, Doreen Jokerst and Dâ€™Andra Mull.
This guide will help students, faculty, staff and the broader community better understand how the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance enforces campus policies while respecting an individualâ€™s right to free expression.
A delegation from the Black Hills of South Dakota exchanged gifts with researchers and explored the potential to expand their award-winning scientific collaboration with researchers from CU Boulder and around the world.
The TEDxCU 2024 theme aims to rekindle the fire of intellectual curiosity and creative exploration, drawing inspiration from an era that celebrated human potential in all its forms. Listen to eight speakersâ€™ takes on the theme. Help sell out this thought-provoking event. CU student tickets are free.