In The Field
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PLC Graduation Reception
Set Your Alarm! A final early morning wake-up for PLC seniors and their families: Thursday, May 5th
Taste of PLC
Prospective Students! On November 30th, take the opportunity to experience the Presidents Leadership Class at Taste of PLC!
On November 5th, CU-Boulder will hosts a workshop with a national expert in service-learning, Patti H. Clayton, Ph.D. The event is limited to 75 people and is filling fast!
Energy Security Conference Coming to CU Law School
PLC Co-sponsors Event Featuring Leading Experts World-Wide on Global Access to Energy
A new study explores the potential effect of academic majors on unemployment dynamics
The High Cost of Education, Is Not Sustainable.
President Obama Visits CU on Sunday for Campaign Appearance
Norlin Library Will Be Closed on Sunday _ Campus to Host President for 2nd Visit.
Creating A Smart, Four-Year College Plan
When Is It Time To Start Polishing Your Job Skills? Now, According to Wall Street Journal.
Sale Set For Friday, August 31st, 5-7pm on East Campus _ Get There Early For Best Deals
CU Addresses Concealed Carry Court Placing Dorms Off Limits
Students in on Campus Housing Will Be Asked to Leave Weapons Elsewhere
New CU Study Offers Hope On Why Personality and Behavioral Changes Occur
Here are Some Strategies for Parents & Students To Cope with Feelings of Homesickness
At Issue, Can Municipalities Trump State Drilling Regulations For Oil & Gas Development?
MIT, Harvard, Stanford, UC Berkeley and the Move Towards Online, OpenCourse Models. Is CU Next?
Sarah Schupp for University Parent, plus Daniel Epstein & Teju Ravilochan for Unreasonable Inst.
Davis Brings Background in Nonprofit management as former Director of Safe Conflict Project
Colorado native now a candidate in NY's 23rd Congressional District's Primary June 26th
PLC Graduation Speech
Zachary Siegel delivered the Top-Ten Things You Learn in PLC
Latin Honors for PLC
PLC scholars demonstrate their academic success and merit latin honors
President Obama Visits CU & the Hill
PLC's Dir. Steve Grace meets the President on the Hill - with yogurt flying.
Obama to appear at CU-Boulder on Tuesday
Presidents Leadership Class Students Will be in Attendance
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Multicultural Leadership Open For May Enrollment
PLC Maymester Class Open to All CU Students & Meets Core Req.
GlobeMed Fundraiser April 17-19
Support PLC Students work with GlobeMed, through Himalayan Happy Hour!
From April 11-13, join PLC for a look inside Brazil-U.S. relations: Conference of World Affairs
Elizabeth Bloemen Wins Campus Leader of the Year
A PLC student, Class of 2009, was recognized by the program for her dedication to dementia advocacy.
PLC is Hiring!
We are looking for an experienced individual to serve as our new Program Director/Program Manager!
2 PLC Students Honored As Goldwater Scholars for 2012
Sri & Sai Radha awarded prestigious honor as top science and engineering scholars nationwide
PLC Student Reflects on NCLS
Peter Lawson reflects on his experience at the National Character and Leadership Symposium
From Folsom Field to the Ellie Caulkins Opera House
PLC Alumni, Keith Miller, takes his talents from the football field to the opera house.
Colorado Buffaloes NCAA Game
The Buffs take on UNLV from Albequerque today for the first round of the NCAA torunament!
The startling statistics behind class divisions in America based on access to college.
Perception Versus Reality About Tuition, Salaries and the state of CU Boulder campus
CU to Host Brazilian Environmental Scientists
PLC Professor Scanlan-Lyons Organizes Campus Event On Cross-Cultural Research
Supreme Court to hear Affirmative Action Case
Texas case challenges whether race should be a consideration in college admissions
Donâ€™t Read This Article - You Have Better Things To Do
Is There Too Much Attention Paid To Attention Disorders?
Modern (Hip) Indian Culture in America
Activist & artist Bunky Echo-Hawk showcases native culture Thursday night in UMC @ 6:30
The Bad News About Death
The mathematics of aging and the Gompertz Law. The clock is ticking but not accelerating.
Harvard Conference Seeks to Jolt University Teaching. About Time?
Are Universities Adequately Preparing Faculty to be Effective Teachers? A New Study Suggests ...NO!
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An Introvertâ€™s Guide to Networking
Networking is an important skill in the business world. For Introverts, it does not come naturally.
Sandy Bracken Named to CU Leadership Position
Former CU President and Current PLI Board Member New Quigg Newton Chair
Illegal Immigrant Tuition
CU regents could back in-state tuition for undocumented students
Martin Luther King Jrâ€™s ‘Occupyâ€™ Message
Comparing the Message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to the Occupy Movement.
CUâ€™s Leeds School On Ethics and Social Responsibility in Business
Are America's Business Schools Doing Enough to Promote Ethics? Dean Ikenberry Featured in Bus. Week.
Professor Gordon Riggle and Tebow
The Denver Post asked the Presidents Leadership Class about Tim Tebow and Leadership
Whatâ€™s To Be Learned from Occupy Wall Street?
CU faculty offer their perspectives on the occupy movement this Friday in UMC.
State Senator Johnston & Regent Bosley At Taste of PLC
Prospective students and parents hear their passionate support for education in Colorado and for CU.
Support PLC on Colorado Gives Day
Join the state-wide effort on December 6th to support PLC and local non-profits in Colorado.
PLC, PBS, the Mayor and Change
Wine, Cheese and Change brings alumni together
PLC Alumni Set to Begin Colorado Senate Campaign
PLC Scholar, Jessie Ulibarri, Class of 2001, set to run for newly formed Adam's County District
Denver Mayor Hancock to Address PLC Alums
Wine, Cheese & Change targets changes in Denver under new Mayor
The Taboo of Ph.D Job Opportunities
If a Ph.D. no longer guarantees a university job, what are the alternatives?
CU to Remember the Fallen This Veteranâ€™s Day
University to Honor Fallen Soldiers from the Middle East Wars
First Friday Night Football Game for CU
Campus Negotiates to avoid interrupting classes with a Thursday night game.
PLCâ€™ers Teammates In Class and On the Courts
Students play Intramural Sports on official PLC teams to build bonds in other aspects of CU.
Happiest Place in the U.S.
Boulder residents have the highest sense of Well-Being in the nation.
Lending a Helping Hand in Africa
The newly formed Global Livingstone Institute Inspires Change in Uganda
Peter Adler promotes consensus building - a trait all leaders share and often learn the hard way.
CU Announces Bioneers Conference Last Weekend of October
The Conference takes on different aesthetics and conversations for looking at the Earth's problems.
Leadership Lessons from the Man Who Wore Silver and Black
With the passing of Raiders Owner Al Davis, a look at leadership lessons he left behind.
Steve Jobs [ 1955 - 2011 ]
The passing of Steve Jobs inspires us to share this video with everyone we know.
PLC prof's present their unique perspectives as part of Friday night Parents Weekend event.
First Year Lecture: Climate Change and Womenâ€™s Issues through Theatre
Dr. Beth Osnes of the University of Colorado Theatre Department engages students with her activism
The Global Lessons of a Drug War
Jeffrey Sweetin, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Administration, talks to Global Issues
Managing Yourself: The Paradox of Excellence
Are you a high achiever who lets anxiety about your performance compromise progress?
Boulder Enters Crowded Field for 2012 Pro Cycle Challenge Stages
28 Colorado towns vie to host stages in next year's race. Will Boulder be among the chosen few?
Scot Douglass challenges Students to be Authentic
The Andrews Hall Engineering Professor connects with First Years on matters of self
In Remembering September 11th, One Manâ€™s Leadership Stood Out
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani's new book offers insight into the events of 9-11.
New partnership brings powerful, state-of-the art Neuroimaging scanner to CU-Boulder
CU has paired with the Mind Research Network to bring new research opportunities to campus
PLC Announces 2011 Opportunities for Students to Explore Colorado
This Fall's Experiential Weekends offer opportunities for PLC'ers around four key economic sectors
Regent Bosley addresses PLC 1st Year Students with words to live by for leaders of all ages.
Before You Book That Vacation…. You Might Want to Think Twice.
Are leadership positions now 24/7? In a non-stop news cycle, vacations are a relic of the past.
Professor Scanlan Lyons encourages 1st Years' to follow their passions, whereever that may lead.
Building Ethical Cultures… An Impossible Dream?
Free Lecture Series Sponsored by Notre Dame University Spotlights Ethics Education & Research
In State vs. Out of State Tuition—Whatâ€™s Fair?
Should Elite Public Universities Eliminate In-State Tuition? One CU Professor Says Yes - It's Time!
PLC Alumni Advisory Outlines Strategies for 2011/12
Board redefines its objectives moving forward as a part of the Presidents Leadership Institute.
Connecting Great Leaders & Depression
The link between genious and depression in history's famous leaders is both curious and pervasive.
Might As Well Face It Your Addicted to… being a leader?
Is it a coincidence that many leaders share known traits with addictive personalities?
PLC Alum JJ Patti, Class of ‘93. [1977 - 2011]
The funeral services were held in Pueblo on Friday, 7/22. JJ will be missed by family and friends.
Successful Maymester classes point to additional leadership education opportunities on campus
PLC Alumni Joe Pesce Says 21st Century Leaders Must Embrace Sustainability.
CU study finds that Latino adolescence are the primary link for immigrant families to U.S. society
Lick Your Chops at the Peanut Butter Ball!
PLC Alum Mark Arnoldy Hosts Event to Raise Funds to Fight Malnutrition in Nepal.
CU has Officially Moved West
New era officially begins as the University of Colorado joins the Pac-12
PLI Board Chair Bob Charles Awarded Honorary Degree
Wabash College recognizes Bob Charles ('59) for his community service throughout the country.
Letter from PLCâ€™s Executive Director
Where is the program today and what does the future holds for PLC'ers. Steve Grace weighs in.
PLC Spring Jubilee - A Success!
The PLC community comes together for a delightful evening together and to fundraise for the program
How do we educate leaders to solve today's problems? PLC has been doing it for 40 years
CU-Boulderâ€™s Class of 2011 asked to donate $20.11 on the way out
Long-standing tradition of class gifts gets a new spin this year
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Summer Core Classes
Get your core (requirements) in shape this summer with 4 new courses - Maymester and Summer Session!
Job market warming for CUâ€™s graduating class
Hiring up 19 percent and average salary offers increase to $50,462
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Startup America taps Boulder business leaders for help easing hurdles
Federal officials tap into Boulder brain trust for Startup America Initiative roundtable meeting
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CU Geography Prof. Joe Bryan maps his career and passion for geography to PLC 1st years
Summer program for all majors to stand out in the job market: Registration ends TODAY!
2011 Boulder Economic Summit
An opportunity for cross-industry connections and discussions of timely economic issues: May 18th
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Campus Compact Newman CIvic Fellows Awards
Nominate a student leader contributing to public problem solving: Nominations due TOMORROW!
Service-Learning Student Showcase
A great opportunity to see the high quality service-learning work of students on April 25th
“Service in Action” Photo Competition
Colorado Campus Compact hosting a student photo competition: Submissions due April 25th
Center for Community Dedication Ceremony
Save the Date: Help to celebrate the new Center for Community on April 14th