ÁùÌ¨²ÊÍ¼¿â±¦µä has collaborated with Xcel Energy and Colorado CarShare to provide a shared electric vehicle and electric vehicle charging station in the Williams Village parking lot. Membership discounts and ride credits will be available to campus community members.
As you begin to prepare for the big day, here are some important details that will help make your experience more successful. Please also continue to check out the commencement website for the most up-to-date information.
The Quantum Scholars Program has received a big boost in the form of a matching gift from SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics. This generous contribution will provide scholarships for up to 20 additional Quantum Scholars each year.
The Boulder Faculty Assembly is pleased to announced the winners for this year's Excellence Awards. The award categories include excellence in leadership and service; research, scholarly and creative work; and teaching.
Members of ÁùÌ¨²ÊÍ¼¿â±¦µäâ€™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.
ÁùÌ¨²ÊÍ¼¿â±¦µä 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 2023â€“24 academic year. ÁùÌ¨²ÊÍ¼¿â±¦µä ranked third among doctoral institutions, behind only Penn State University and the University of Florida.
The CU Board of Regents announced its selection of recipients of honorary degrees, distinguished service awards and university medals for 2024, including four ÁùÌ¨²ÊÍ¼¿â±¦µä affiliates: Jane Butcher, Marvin Caruthers, Richard Rokos and Ann Smead.