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Register for the Supporting Student Resiliency series this spring

Feb. 16, 2024

This professional development series provides faculty and staff with concrete skills to better support students, focusing on areas critical to student retention and success. You may attend any individual session or attend all three to receive a non-degree certificate.

Exhibit at Boulder library

‘Empty Space’: LASP exhibition at Boulder library through March 31

Feb. 16, 2024

Find yourself in the cosmos, transported by art created in conversation with scientists and engineers at LASP and with the help of local school groups. Join special programs Feb. 24 and March 9.

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Norlin Library collections largely unscathed after Feb. 9 fire

Feb. 16, 2024

Preservationists and fire remediators are working to return the Norlin Library collections to service after an early-morning fire at the building.

Auditorium of the brand new Roe Green Theatre

Set to bring the magic indoors

Feb. 16, 2024

With the outdoor Rippon theater under renovation, the 2024 Colorado Shakespeare Festival will show off the enchanting possibilities of the brand new Roe Green Theatre.

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How to use the Alienware Buffalo Esports and Gaming Lounge

Feb. 16, 2024

As a student, you can access the gaming lounge and its wide range of gaming systems, games and events. Here are some things to know and ways you can enjoy the new UMC gaming lounge.

CU President Todd Saliman and Gov. Jared Polis, among others, at the quantum press conference

State leaders announce legislation to accelerate Colorado’s quantum ecosystem, build on CU Boulder legacy

Feb. 16, 2024

Gov. Jared Polis unveiled plans to invest $74 million in Colorado’s quantum ecosystem. The new refundable tax credit program aims to maximize the state’s competitiveness as a tech hub—including CU Boulder, already a global leader in quantum research and innovation—to win an additional $70 million in federal funding.

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CU Boulder named a top producer of Fulbright scholars

Feb. 15, 2024

CU Boulder has been named a Fulbright Top Producing Institution for U.S. Scholars in recognition of the 10 scholars who were named Fulbright finalists for the 2023–24 academic year. CU Boulder ranked third among doctoral institutions, behind only Penn State University and the University of Florida.

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Suicide rates in the US are on the rise: New study offers surprising reasons why

Feb. 15, 2024

Increased access to prescription opioids and a shrinking economic safety net contributed to an increase in suicide rates in the 21st century, according to new CU Boulder research.

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‘It is hijacking my brain’—experts help cut the social media craving

Feb. 15, 2024

A team of experts have found ways to help young people addicted to social media—you can free yourself from some of the time you spend online in as little as four weeks. Hear from CU experts Annie Margaret and Nicholas Hunkins on The Conversation.

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Property tax breaks to businesses draining school budgets

Feb. 15, 2024

An estimated 95% of U.S. cities provide economic development tax incentives to woo corporate investors, taking billions away from schools, especially hurting the poorest students. Hear from CU expert Kevin Welner and colleagues on The Conversation.

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