Scholarship helps students persevere through disability

July 18, 2017

Many scholarships go to the most gifted students: the smartest, the most talented and, of course, the fastest and strongest. CU Boulder’s Robert Wyant Scholarship is granted to students who might be none of the above, but somehow achieve academic success while overcoming the challenges of disability.Read more »
Photograph of Valerio Ferme

Honoring their mothers, Italian scholars fund scholarship and say ‘ciao’

July 11, 2017

Outgoing Associate Dean for the Arts and Humanities in the College of Arts and Sciences, Valerio Ferme, and his spouse, Giorgio Corda, a professor of Italian at CU Boulder, have established the Andermarch Cicogna Endowed Scholarship Fund in honor of their mothers.Read more »
Portrait of Jesse Kramer

Have endowment, will travel

July 11, 2017

Jesse Kramer (Physics '78) is combatting sparse resources by creating the Jesse Kramer Endowed Undergraduate Travel Award in the Physics Department.Read more »

International-affairs students launch scholarship fund

March 20, 2017

Without scholarships, a lot of ‘super smart’ students would not be able to attend or finish college, CU Boulder students and philanthropists note.Read more »

Humanitarian, lifelong student of people, politics memorialized in scholarship

Feb. 27, 2017

Political science is the degree that Kreps earned from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1993. And it’s for that interest which Kreps, who passed away last April at the age of 45, is memorialized in the newly renovated Ketchum Arts and Sciences Building.Read more »

Former kid from Levittown boosts education, the great leveler

Feb. 27, 2017

To Christopher Eagan, growing up in Levittown, N.Y., America’s first and most famous suburb, was nirvana. But after 18 years there, Eagan was ready for a change, and he knew just where he wanted to go: the University of Colorado Boulder.Read more »

Career diplomat makes a world of difference

Feb. 27, 2017

It was during a summer-long family trip to Europe that 13-year-old Mary Ann Casey cemented her career plan: diplomacy. "You embark overseas as a citizen of a single country; you return home as a citizen of the world," says Casey.Read more »

There’s a Buff-to-Buff call on line 1

Dec. 2, 2016

When you pick up the phone, you speak with a bright, enthusiastic student from your alma mater. Soon, you find yourself giving the caller career advice, learning about the latest developments on campus, laughing, and yes, talking about the importance of private donations to CU Boulder’s mission.Read more »
Megan Dulsky

Scholarship recipients and donors celebrate together

Nov. 30, 2016

When Meghan Dulsky heard that she was going to study abroad, she was elated. Later, when she learned that most of her experience would be funded, she was brought to tears. Dulsky, a senior majoring in classics, is the recipient of the Ann Nichols Scholarship and the Herodotus Travel Grant.Read more »
 Ketchum Building

Remembering professors, supporting students

Sept. 11, 2016

Legendary political-science Professor Edward Rozek was born in Poland, fought with the British against the Nazis, immigrated to the United States, went to Harvard, became a conservative icon at CU Boulder and passed away in 2009. He lives on in the newly renovated Ketchum Building.Read more »