The institute is co-hosted by the University of Colorado's A Queer Endeavor and the Boulder Valley School District, with support from the Colorado GSA Network, Out Boulder County.
A year after launching an initiative to grow Colorado Mesa University's enrollment and secure more local partners, area leaders are emphasizing a greater effort to engage with local high-school students and further collaborate with businesses.
CU's director of events and emergency management, who retired Friday, reflected on his experience and how it shaped the university's emergency preparedness.
Girls on their summer break spent a week at the Colorado School of Mines for the first ever GE Girls Camp in Colorado. The camp helps introduce the girls to STEM subjects and keep them interested in those fields as possible careers.
Colorado Mountain College's board of trustees approved a 2018-19 operating budget of $64 million Wednesday, an increase of 1 percent from the previous year's budget.
Artificial Intelligence will rule the jobs of the future, so learning how to work with it will be key. But the skills needed might not be what you expect.
The University of Colorado’s Board of Regents will consider a proposal to remove the word “liberal” from a description of the university’s academic freedom principles
CU Boulder has been named No. 50 out of 18,000 universities in an annual ranking that measures quality of education, training of students, prestige of faculty and quality of faculty research.
Katlyn Ball and Marcus Pumphrey, two students in the College of Education, were recognized as the top teacher candidates in the state by their selections to the Future Educator Honor Roll. Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne celebrated the accomplishments in a ceremony...
A proposal to allow more out-of-state students at the University of Colorado and other public universities gained state lawmakers' final approval.