Boulder’s Southwest Research Institute reports new Mars Curiosity rover data
Newly interpreted data from the Mars Curiosity rover shows that physical barriers reduce radiation levels on the red planet, giving scientists at the Southwest Research Institute insight into what future...
CU Boulder, Naropa to host healing collective trauma workshop
University of Colorado Boulder, Naropa University and The Pocket Project are hosting a free virtual workshop on healing Colorado's collective trauma on Dec. 1 and 2.
Boulder County road rage shooting leads to attempted murder arrest
A 39-year-old Boulder County man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of attempted murder, possession of an explosive or incendiary device and other charges after Boulder County Sheriff’s deputies responded earlier...
Daily coronavirus data for Boulder County, reported Nov. 24, 2021
Boulder County on Wednesday reported one new COVID-19 death, bringing the county’s total to 307 to date.
CU Regents add to presidential search committee
University of Colorado's Board of Regents voted to add an additional member to the presidential search committee during a virtual meeting Tuesday, citing feedback from the Colorado Springs campus about...
Daily coronavirus data for Boulder County, reported Nov. 23, 2021
Boulder County health officials on Tuesday reported 81 new cases and zero new deaths.
CU Boulder launches violence education, prevention program
The University of Colorado Boulder is launching a two-year project to tackle violence prevention and education as a public health issue through a $1.2 million grant from the Department of...
University of Colorado Boulder Athletics joins United Nations’ Race To Zero emissions campaign
University of Colorado Athletics has joined the United Nations Race To Zero campaign, working alongside businesses, universities and countries around the world to achieve net zero carbon emissions.
Few changes to spring semester plans at the University of Colorado Boulder
University of Colorado Boulder students, faculty and staff will see few changes in campus operations during the spring semester, campus officials announced Friday.
Chance Hill resigns from CU Board of Regents
University of Colorado Regent Chance Hill resigned from the Board of Regents effective immediately Friday morning to "pursue new professional opportunities outside the state," the system announced.