CU Boulder's draft Climate Action Plan (CAP) has been published, and the open comment period closes on March 5. Visit the CAP website to read the plan and submit feedback. The campus community's input is vital as we create CU Boulder's road map for achieving carbon neutrality.
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CU has partnered with Xcel Energy and Colorado CarShare to bring fully electric car share vehicles to campus. The first vehicle is available in Williams Village, and two additional EVs will be available in Smiley Court and Athens North in the future.
Plus, students will receive a waived membership fee and $25 in ride credit, and faculty and staff will receive $25 in ride credit—learn more and access discounts.
Norlin Library has completely reopened Monday, Feb. 26, after the Feb. 9 fire that shut down portions of the building. Most fire remediation efforts have been completed.
Research participants wanted! The current study aims to gather information and insights regarding sense of belonging from students at CU Boulder, with an emphasis on students who are studying within the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience.
The results of this study will inform any changes that may need to be implemented or programs that need to be developed to enhance student sense of belonging within the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience and at CU Boulder.
You must be a current CU Boulder undergraduate and 18 years or older. Participants will be compensated up to $40.
CAIRO Lab is looking for participants for a study on using an AI-based chatbot to complete tasks. You must be a CU Boulder student who is over 18 years old, and you will receive $15 for participating in a 45- to 60-minute-long study.
- Title of research: AI Chatbot User Study
- Institution conducting research: CU Boulder Collaborative AI and Robotics Lab
- Eligibility: CU Boulder students over 18 years old
The purpose of this research is to improve the implementation and use of chatbots that are based on artificial intelligence. Our goal is to make chatbots more usable by everyone, including for work, school and general information. As chatbots become more common, we hope to find ways to implement them safely and conscientiously.
In this study you will use AI chatbots to complete two different tasks. Your participation should take less than 60 minutes and will take place in the CU Engineering Center. For more information, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can sign up here.
Calling all CU engineering students! Education Abroad has a new program just for you. CU Boulder’s first ever full-length semester faculty-led program, the Global Semester: ESCEND Engineering Management/Entrepreneurship Minor program is running this fall in Lisbon, Portugal. The application deadline for fall 2024 is March 1.
The ESCEND program is a unique opportunity for you to complete either the engineering management or entrepreneurship minor while living in the beautiful city of Lisbon. Gain critical business management and entrepreneurial skills and a broader knowledge of a “world where engineers are expected to understand the technical, economic and managerial aspects of projects.”
Studying abroad in Lisbon offers a unique and enriching experience with academic, cultural and personal growth opportunities. Create connections with local students and experts through site visits and field trips.
Most classes are taught seminar-style to encourage discussion and interaction, and include guest lecturers to bring in fresh insight and expertise. You will enroll in the following classes, all of which count as required or elective courses for both minors:
- EMEN 4030: Project Management
- EMEN 4100: Engineering Economics
- EMEN 4800: Technology Ventures and Marketing
- EMEN 4820: Entrepreneurial Product Development
The coursework will be supplemented with an internship placement, allowing for hands-on application and meaningful connection-building.
Want to shape the future of CU Boulder and improve your resume at the same time? Run for CU Student Government!
To start your campaign, you must fill out a candidacy form for the position you would like to run for. Download the form.
Once your form is complete, email it to email@example.com and you will be sent a petition form to begin collecting signatures from CU students. If you reach the signature threshold for your position and submit the petition form by March 4, you will be added to the spring election ballot!
The Basic Needs Center works in partnership with Student Support and Case Management to help you access the essential resources you need. The Basic Needs Center can connect you to on- and off-campus food resources, emergency housing resources and additional wellness services to support your unique needs.
Do you have a faculty or staff member who has made a positive impact on your time at CU? Nominate them for a Marinus Smith Award. Submit your nomination by March 15.
Submit your favorite family recipe through the Taste of Home program! Recipes are accepted through March 21.
If you’re nearing retirement, it’s time to brew up a plan for your next steps with expert know-how from our 2024 Retirement Ready webinar and online course series.
The Renee Crown Wellness Institute invites students majoring in psychology or neuroscience and interested in research to apply for the Undergraduate Research Fellows Program (URFP)! This three-year program provides student fellows with:
- Research instruction in a seminar course every semester with Crown Institute researchers
- Paid summer research internships with faculty mentors
- Paid (or for course credit) work in research during junior and senior years
- An independent research project and honors thesis
Currently, we are also accepting applications from sophomores to join our 2023 cohort (expected graduation spring 2026).
Learn more about the program and apply. Applications are due March 22. Students must be intending to major in psychology or neuroscience and able to commit for two or three years to be eligible.
Intra-University Transfer applications for 2024 are open! Apply by March 1 at 11:59 p.m. to change or add a degree program involving two different colleges/schools/programs within CU Boulder! For more information, please visit the Intra-University Transfer webpage.
Visit the Ralphie's Advising Help Lab IUT Event to receive advising support for your intended college/school/program Feb. 21–22 from noon to 3 p.m. on the second floor of the East Building of the Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE).
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Engineering & Applied Science
- Leeds School of Business
- College of Music
- College of Media, Communication and Information
- Leeds School of Business
- Program in Environmental Design
- Program in Exploratory Studies
- School of Education
To learn more about the IUT process visit the Intra-University Transfer webpage; join the optional Canvas course Intra-University Transfer (IUT) Guide; or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As required by federal law, CU Boulder is committed to protecting your personal information. If you want to give a parent or other third party (e.g., guardian, spouse, sponsor or health provider) access to those records, you must complete the necessary authorizations. Visit the registrar's website to learn more.