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The last day to drop a class from your fall 2021 schedule, without penalty, is 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8.
You have the opportunity to make an impact in the CU Boulder community by serving on the Herd Leadership Council (HLC). HLC members learn valuable skills in leadership, marketing communication, time management and more through planning and executing signature student outreach programs, philanthropy projects and events.
The Neuromechanics Lab is looking for volunteers for a study on learning and effort in a reaching task. We are interested in how the effort involved in a movement impacts how you learn in a new environment. The task involves using a robotic handle to guide a cursor to a series of targets.
- Be English-speaking
- Be 18–35 years old
- Have normal or corrected vision
- Have no movement control problems
- Have had no recent orthopedic surgeries or broken bones
The study will involve 1.5 hours of testing in our campus laboratory (1B21 ECSL, 1111 Engineering Drive, Boulder, CO 80309). Subjects will be compensated with a $15 Amazon gift card.
Contact Rachel Marbaker with questions at email@example.com or 719-373-1748.
Graduate students: If you are a plan to graduate this December, be sure to complete these Oct. 1 deadlines.
The hosts of "An Evening with America Ferrera: Buffs One Read Kickoff" are recruiting volunteers to assist with the event.
The free event on Sept. 1 is in support of Buffs One Read, a program to foster intellectual community and cultural exchange among students, faculty and staff, and is sponsored by the Cultural Events Board, Center for Student Involvement, CU Student Government, Distinguished Speakers Board, New Student & Family Programs and University Libraries.
Volunteers will assist in various roles to support the event.
The University Libraries has great study spaces that each can serve a different need. Our quiz can help you pick the perfect space for you.
The Fitness Leadership Program is an in-depth training program that is based on the American Council on Exercise (ACE) standards and guidelines. This course will prepare students to take the ACE Personal Training Certification Exam.
The Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) fall travel grants close at 5 p.m. Sept. 10. Group grants are accepted on a rolling basis.
Graduate students may apply for:
- Up to $300 for individual travel, which can be used within the U.S., Mexico, Canada and U.S. territories.
- Up to $750 for group grants, which can be used for events held in Boulder.
To submit an application and review the rules and procedures, please visit our website. For any questions, contact GPSG Director of Finance Lange Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are seeking current CU undergraduates to participate in a research study investigating the Mindful Campus Program, an 8-week course designed to promote mindfulness, compassion and community engagement.
You can earn up to $125–$130 by participating in this study.
Participants will be invited to attend eight 90-minute Zoom sessions, complete surveys at three time points, and participate in focus groups to give feedback on the Mindful Campus Program. You must be 18 years old or older to participate. The IRB protocol number for this study is 21-0001.
By participating in this research, you will not only have the opportunity to learn and practice in a community setting, but also you may contribute to the creation of programs and policies to support undergraduate wellness and CU Boulder. Please reach out if you’re interested in learning about sections of the Mindful Campus course, specifically for BIPOC and/or LGBTQ+ students.
Please send an email to email@example.com if you’re interested in learning more or complete the interest form.
CU Boulder Provost Russell Moore has announced he is soliciting nominations for students, faculty, staff and external community members to serve on the new search advisory committee for the dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
The committee will be chaired by Scott Adler, dean of the Graduate School and vice provost for graduate affairs. The previous search last year to fill the position did not result in a hire.
The CEAS dean serves as the chief academic and administrative officer of the college and works with Advancement, CEAS constituents and donors to articulate and achieve the college’s and the university’s strategic mission and goals.
“I’d like to thank Keith Molenaar for his continued leadership as acting dean of CEAS until a new dean is appointed,” said Moore. “Keith has informed me that he will not be a candidate for the permanent position.”
Members of the campus community are invited to submit nominations, including self-nominations, via the search advisory committee member nomination form by Sept. 13. Moore intends to seat the advisory committee by the end of September and name a new dean during the spring 2022 semester.
Did you know that Continuing Education offers a variety of class formats to help you earn credit on your schedule?
With flexible in-person and online classes that fit your busy lifestyle, Continuing Education makes it easy to advance your education when, where, and how you want. Credits earned in Continuing Education classes count toward your GPA and your transcript doesn’t distinguish between Continuing Education and main campus courses.
Learn how you can benefit from Continuing Education programs this year.
In-person ScienceWriters2021 events at the CU Boulder and CU Anschutz campuses will be postponed to 2023. The NASW and CASW event steering committee made the decision to shift formats due to COVID-19 health and safety concerns.
Looking for a safe ride on campus or within Boulder city limits? Give CU NightRide a try! We’re a student-operated program that provides free night-time transportation for CU students, faculty and staff.
Learn more and download the mobile app to request a ride.
Join us for the Buffs One Read kickoff event, a discussion on American Like Me: Reflections on Life Between Cultures with America Ferrera.
This free event is in support of Buffs One Read, a program to foster intellectual community and cultural exchange among students, faculty and staff, and is sponsored by the Cultural Events Board, Center for Student Involvement, CU Student Government, Distinguished Speakers Board, New Student & Family Programs and University Libraries.
The event is open to CU Boulder students, graduate students, faculty and staff.