Kudos

Cross-Coupling Experiment

Research could zap heavy metals out of drug production

July 18, 2017

The process by which pharmaceutical drugs are created might soon be changing due to the research by one University of Colorado Boulder professor.Read more »
Wolfe and his Art

Soon-to-be centenarian artist is still high on his work

July 7, 2017

Art and Art History Department celebrates the life, work and hundredth birthday of one of its formative faculty members; exhibition of Lynn R. Wolfe’s work runs from July 7 to Aug. 31.Read more »
Laurel Rodd

Professor of Japanese wins imperial decoration from Japan

July 3, 2017

When Laurel Rasplica Rodd began studying Japanese language and culture, she was one of only about 7,000 students nationwide. Today, the United States has an estimated 200,000. At CU Boulder, Rodd helped fuel and meet the student demand.Read more »
Photograph of Bud Coleman

Coleman named new CU in D.C. director

June 30, 2017

Bud Coleman, a professor in the Theatre and Dance Department, is the next director of CU in D.C., ushering in new leadership for the burgeoning 5-year-old program.Read more »
Buxton

Finding his voice, performer also finds a career

May 5, 2017

When William Kristofer Buxton was in middle school, vocal nodules left him with “essentially no voice.” Now he's earning degrees in theatre and speech pathology, and he aims to pursue both paths in his career.Read more »
Kaitlin

Students win aviation, space fellowships

April 26, 2017

Three University of Colorado Boulder students are among 36 nationwide who have won 2017 Brooke Owens Fellowships for “exceptional undergraduate women” seeking careers in aviation and space exploration.Read more »
Harrison

Sociology prof probes bureaucratic causes of environmental justice failures

April 25, 2017

With environmental justice programs showing minimal success in bringing equality to low-income communities, Jill Harrison is actively exploring bureaucratic causes, and she has won a fellowship from American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), which will support her work.Read more »
Marina

CU scholar, fine artist finds new ways to put her mark on the world

April 20, 2017

Marina Kassianidou, who is "obsessed by the idea of marking,' has received the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant.Read more »
Chalkboard

Biochemist, philosopher join American Academy of Arts and Sciences

April 12, 2017

CU Boulder philosopher Alison Jaggar and biochemist Karolin Luger have been selected of members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the academy has announced.Read more »
Africans

History profs win support from National Endowment for the Humanities

Feb. 27, 2017

Two University of Colorado Boulder history professors received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities in December, with projects in Elizabethan politics and the emancipation of Africans taken during the outlawed slave trade in the 1800s.Read more »

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