Alumni

Stanton

CU Boulder family’s living history dates to 19th century

Feb. 27, 2017

Timothy William Stanton matriculated at the University of Colorado Boulder on Sept. 5, 1877, the school’s first day of classes — ever. Stanton was a senior in high school, attending a college-prep school located in Old Main, the only building on campus.Read more »
Blackwell

Physics sheds new light on cellular biology

Feb. 24, 2017

Turns out, it took a physicist to unlock some key findings about how cells actually divide, and Robert Blackwell, who recently received his PhD in biological physics from the University of Colorado Boulder, apparently stepped up to the plate in a big way.Read more »
‘Teddy’ Hamstra, humanities scholar, just getting started

‘Teddy’ Hamstra, humanities scholar, just getting started

Dec. 22, 2016

Hamstra will one day be an ecocriticism scholar for an English department not unlike the one here at CU Boulder, “or maybe this exact one,” said Hamstra.Read more »
Italian alumna, lifelong learner experiences la dolce vita

Italian alumna, lifelong learner experiences la dolce vita

Dec. 5, 2016

Simple twists of fate propelled Joyce Earickson toward the study of Italian, then English, divinity and psychology. She has taught Italian, French, English, and world religions; comforted families of those who were critically injured and gravely ill; and worked with autistic and disabled children.Read more »
Alexis Martin Woodall

Emmy winner honed storytelling skills at CU film program

Dec. 5, 2016

Two-time Emmy-winning producer and University of Colorado Boulder alumna Alexis Martin Woodall (BFA-film production, BA-film studies ’02) says CU Boulder’s film-studies program gave her the power to craft compelling stories on the editing floor.Read more »
Dave Woodall and Alexis Martin Woodalll

Alum forgoes career in courtroom to become L.A. chef

Dec. 5, 2016

Dave Woodall, once an aspiring lawyer, says CU Boulder education gave him the tools to open a from-scratch, comfort restaurant that ‘recalls glamour of mid-century Hollywood.’Read more »
John Warner at the USA Pro Cycling Challenge (USPCC) Time Trial Awards. Photo by Jenise Jensen.

Dentist packs life with adventure, civic service, altruism

Dec. 1, 2016

John Warner is a dentist who’s climbed and skied mountains in the United States, Canada, South America and Europe, raced motorcycles and mountain bikes, and, incidentally, served as a town mayor, search-and-rescue volunteer, orchestra backer, and dentist-of-mercy in Guatemala.Read more »
Alumni Center

A&S grads reap bumper crop of Alumni Association awards

Nov. 16, 2016

Five alumni and one student from CU Boulder’s College of Arts and Sciences were recognized for their outstanding service to the campus and community at the 87th annual alumni award celebration of the Alumni Association of the University of Colorado Boulder.Read more »
Alum wins presidential early career award

Alum wins presidential early career award

Sept. 11, 2016

Tina Goldstein, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh and a CU Boulder alumna, has won the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. Goldstein is one of a select group of researchers chosen by President Barack Obama to receive this honor.Read more »
Jade Cooley

Alumna studies climate change in groundbreaking Antarctic research

Sept. 11, 2016

CU Boulder alumna Jade Cooley begins her science talks to students throughout Washington by saying, “My name is Jade, and I once set off explosives in Antarctica for science. Now I’m going to tell you about glaciology.” Cooley, a physics graduate, spent six weeks conducting research and camping on Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf last November.Read more »

Pages

Pages