Students Features Archive

CU-Boulder-led NASA mission to study Mars readies for blastoff

A $671 million NASA mission to Mars being led by the University of Colorado Boulder is approaching its official countdown toward a planned Nov. 18 launch after a decade of rigorous work by faculty, professionals, staff and students. Known as the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN, or MAVEN mission, the effort will target the role that the loss of atmospheric gases played in changing the climate there over the eons.

CU Police to honor 3 students with Lifesaving Awards

The campus community is invited to a ceremony that honors Daniel Kotsides, Nathaniel Pohl and Justin Rouleau on Monday, Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. in the Kittredge Central Multipurpose Room

7 CU-Boulder students among 20 national engineering leaders

Seven University of Colorado Boulder aerospace engineering students are among 20 top students who will be recognized Nov. 14 with a new national award honoring tomorrow’s engineering leaders sponsored by Penton’s Aviation Week in partnership with Raytheon.

How to help a friend: Managing stress

By Mifa Kim, senior, peer educator with Counseling and Psychological Services

November is an especially busy month for CU students - deadlines, assignments, exams and projects seem to occur at the same time. During this time, we all can get overwhelmed because of school, work and our social life. Try to remind your friend that in order to be the most productive person and student they can be, their first priority is to take care of themselves and manage their stress. Good healthy stress is important to have because it motivates us to get things done and gives us a burst of energy. Bad stress can reinforce itself to make us less productive or lessen the quality of our work.

Be Boulder.

Be engaged. Be active. Be imaginative. — Some of the ways we can describe being part of the University of Colorado Boulder community. During this year’s State of the Campus address, Chancellor DiStefano announced we would be moving ahead with a new campus communications platform. He now invites us all to Be Boulder.

Chancellor's Corner: Thank a Veteran on Veterans Day

As we look forward to Veterans Day on Monday, I encourage you to take a moment to consider the debt of gratitude we owe our veterans. Without their service and dedication to our nation, our freedom and liberties would not be as secure as they are today. The adage that “freedom isn’t free” is so true and it’s our veterans who have paid the highest price for that freedom.

Celebrate International Education Week Nov. 11-15

You're invited to join the University of Colorado Boulder's International Education Week Nov. 11-15, when a variety of cultural and informational events will be held, from films to lectures, interest meetings and more. 

CU-Boulder to honor veterans at Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 11

The University of Colorado Boulder will honor the nation's veterans, including CU-Boulder's own faculty, staff and student veterans, with a Nov. 11 Veteran's Day ceremony at 11 a.m. in the University Memorial Center's Glenn Miller Ballroom.

MAVEN: Q&A with Alex DeWolfe

Learn more about the MAVEN mission from this conversation with Science Data Center manager Alex DeWolfe.

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