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2014 News

2013 News

2012 News

  • CU-Boulder student life: Senior's interest in environment becomes career path - Dec. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder team develops swarm of pingpong ball-sized robots - Dec. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder double-degree credit requirements changed - Dec. 13 (story)
  • Massive crevasses and bendable ice affect stability of Antarctic ice shelf, CU-Boulder research team finds - Dec. 7 (story)
  • Ice-capped Antarctic lake harbors life - Dec. 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to offer new interdisciplinary construction management track - Dec. 5 (story)
  • CU-Boulder students to demonstrate engineering projects at Dec. 8 Design Expo - Dec. 4 (story)
  • CU-led team receives $9.2 million DOE grant to engineer E. coli into biofuels - Dec. 4 (story)
  • CU-Boulder space-traveling spider finds home at Smithsonian museum - Nov. 29 (story)
  • Students create new CU-Boulder maps with ‘universal design’ to expand access - Nov. 27 (story)
  • Alaska’s iconic Columbia Glacier expected to stop retreating in 2020, says CU-Boulder study - Nov. 26 (story)
  • CU Board of Regents approves new degree in computer science for non-engineering students - Nov. 14 (story)
  • U.S. State Department appoints CU-Boulder Professor Bernard Amadei as Science Envoy - Nov. 9 (story)
  • Bad knees drive CU student to pursue both MD and PhD - Nov. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Environment and Sustainability Visioning Committee named - Oct. 29 (story)
  • Class project helps divert 170,000 pounds of food from the dumpster - Oct. 23 (story)
  • Three CU-Boulder faculty members to be named Distinguished Professors - Oct. 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder engineering professor awarded $875,000 Packard Fellowship - Oct. 17 (story)
  • Households manage plug-in hybrids without help from online tools, says CU-led study - Oct. 16 (story)
  • Senior spends three months working on Panama Canal expansion - Oct. 11 (story)
  • Graphene membranes may lead to enhanced natural gas production, less CO2 pollution - Oct. 8 (story)
  • Graphene membranes may lead to enhanced natural gas production, less CO2 pollution, says CU study - Oct. 8 (story)
  • IEC-IEEE Challenge: First prize awarded to University of Colorado for academic publication on cloud computing standardization - Oct. 5 (story)
  • CU hardware to fly on first-ever NASA-contracted resupply mission to space station - Oct. 5 (story)
  • CU-Boulder-led team to study effects of natural gas development - Oct. 2 (story)
  • NSF awards CU-Boulder-led team $12 million to study effects of natural gas development - Oct. 2 (story)
  • Astronaut-alumnus Vance Brand to present student scholarship at CU-Boulder Oct. 5 - Sept. 27 (story)
  • STEM: Strengthening education, and the power of a nation - Sept. 27 (story)
  • Engineers Without Borders-USA marks 10th anniversary as CU-Boulder hosts regional conference - Sept. 25 (story)
  • Goldberg redefining computer science education - Sept. 21 (story)
  • Environmental design degree returns to CU-Boulder administrative structure - Sept. 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder fares well in U.S. News' 2013 Best Colleges rankings - Sept. 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder plays key role in global student space experiment competition - Sept. 10 story)
  • Increase in metal concentrations in Rocky Mountain watershed tied to warming temperatures - Sept. 7 (story)
  • Arctic sea ice reaches lowest extent ever recorded, says CU-Boulder research team - Aug. 27 (story)
  • CU-Boulder ‘photo origami’ proposal wins $2 million NSF grant - Aug. 27 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder student rocket payloads set for launch on Aug. 23 - Aug. 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder researchers gear up for NASA radiation belt space mission - Aug. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder team wins nearly $780,000 ‘Reinvent the Toilet’ grant from Gates Foundation - Aug. 14 story)
  • Tiny CU-Boulder satellite may launch as early as Aug. 14 - Aug. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder student investigates biochar for water treatment in developing countries - July 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder student creates user-friendly online television site - July 5 (story)
  • CU-Boulder students introduce green energy curriculum in Haiti - July 2 (story)
  • Class act: CU students put a fresh face on math and science education - June 14 (story)
  • Normal bacterial makeup of the body has huge implications for health, says CU-Boulder professor - June 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder students to help NASA develop plant food production for deep space - June 4 (story)
  • Robotic ‘Swarm Wall’ at CU-Boulder created through intersection of art and technology - May 30 (story)
  • CU astronaut-alumnus Scott Carpenter looks back at 50th anniversary of Aurora 7 mission - May 21 (story)
  • Learning and living sustainability - May 15 (story)
  • Two CU students win prestigious national Goldwater scholarships - May 10 (story)
  • First graduates of Colorado Mesa University-CU-Boulder partnership program set to graduate - May 7 (story)
  • Two CU student teams among top winners in international math modeling competition - April 25 (story)
  • CU student inventions to be demonstrated at April 28 Engineering Design Expo - April 28 (story)
  • New CU-Boulder facility to be used to tackle challenges ranging from cancer and tissue engineering to new biofuels - April 24 (story)
  • Colorado teachers to learn video game programming with algebra at special CU-Boulder workshop - April 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Days to feature egg drop on April 19 - April 16 (story)
  • New CU-Boulder study indicates Greenland may be slip sliding away due to surface lake melt - April 16 (story)
  • NASA’s Kepler planet-hunting mission controlled by CU-Boulder students is extended for 4 years - April 5 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder faculty members recognized as exceptional educators - March 22 (story)
  • CU 3D super-resolution imaging technology to be developed by Boulder’s Double Helix - March 16 (story)
  • Four CU-Boulder faculty members elected American Geophysical Union Fellows in 2012 - Feb. 29 (story)
  • CU students transforming science and math education - Feb. 29 (story)
  • CU team’s efficient unmanned aircraft jetting toward commercialization - Feb. 23 (story)
  • CU undergrads design toys for children who are blind - Feb. 20 (story)
  • Brazilian ‘Science Without Borders’ undergraduates study at CU-Boulder - Feb. 15 (story)
  • CU-Boulder nets $1.5 million NSF grant to continue video game design research - Feb. 15 (story)
  • CU-Boulder professor elected to National Academy of Engineering - Feb. 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder study shows global glaciers, ice caps shedding billions of tons of mass annually - Feb. 8 (story)
  • CU-Boulder-led team to assess decline of Arctic sea ice in Alaska's Beaufort Sea - Jan. 25 (story)
  • Deepwater Horizon lessons are subject of Jan. 26 lecture at CU-Boulder - Jan. 17 (story)
  • CU engineering team to support green energy in Haiti - Jan. 5 (story)

2011 News

  • CU Students to Demonstrate Engineering and Sustainability Projects at Three Events - Nov. 30 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Host Annual Science Scholar Award Luncheon on Nov. 9 - Nov. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students to Host 'SpaceVision' Conference Oct. 27-30, Featuring Bill Nye and Industry Leaders - Oct. 24 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Aims to Boost Technology Workforce with More Women in Computer Science - Oct. 24 (story)
  • UCCS, CU-Boulder to Lead Electric Vehicle Development Studies - Oct. 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Play Key Role in Global Student Space Experiment Competition - Oct. 12 (story)
  • NSF Awards $4.5 Million to CU-Boulder-led Team to Study Electrical Processes in Earth's Atmosphere - Sept. 30 (story)
  • NASA's Destination: Station Brings Public Talks to CU-Boulder - Sept. 15 (story)
  • Sept. 7 Exhibit in Washington, D.C., to Showcase CU-Boulder 'Supercell' Tracking Aircraft - Sept. 6 (story)
  • Unexpected Adhesion Properties of Graphene May Lead to New Nanotechnology Devices - Aug. 23 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Graduate Students Use Smartphones to Evaluate Rural Drinking Water Systems in Nicaragua - Aug. 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Designing Next Generation of Internet to Keep Up with Mobile Users - Aug. 18 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Chemical and Biological Engineers Help Fuel Economy with 10 Entrepreneurial Startups - Aug. 15 (story)
  • CU Faculty Lead $7 Million Initiative Aimed at Military Vehicle Safety - Aug. 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder and NASA's Space Shuttle Program: Triumphs and Tragedies - July 5 (story)
  • Final Space Shuttle to Carry Five CU-Boulder-built Payloads - July 5 (story)
  • Heidelberg Instruments to Develop Novel CU Nanotechnology Platform - June 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Take First Place in Aerospace Competition - June 15 (story)
  • eSpace Delivers Stellar ROI in Aerospace - June 14 (story)
  • Teachers Learn Video Game Design at CU-Boulder Summer Institute Designed to Promote STEM Education - June 3 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Participate in NASA Mission to Land on an Asteroid - May 26 (story)
  • CU, MIT Top Universities for Department of Energy Early Career Research Awards - May 17 (story)
  • CU Method Projected to Meet DOE Cost Targets for Solar Thermal Hydrogen Fuel Production - May 12 (story)
  • Four University of Colorado Companies Receive Tech Commercialization Grants - May 2 (story)
  • Center for Commercial Space Transportation to be Dedicated at CU - April 28 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Honor Four Distinguished Engineering Alumni - April 25 (story)
  • See You on the International Space Station, said the Spider to the Fly - April 25 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Faculty Members Join Ranks of President's Teaching Scholars - April 22 (story)
  • CU Role in Dream Chaser Spacecraft to Continue Under New NASA Grant to Sierra Nevada Corp. - April 21 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Students Win $150,000 Teaching Fellowships - April 19 (story)
  • Engineering Days, Two Design Expos Scheduled at CU-Boulder - April 15 (story)
  • CU Announces $3.5 Million in Gifts from ConocoPhillips to Biotech Building - March 30 (story)
  • Colorado High School Women Recognized with Technology Award - March 1 (story)
  • Clean Urban Energy Licenses CU Energy Efficiency Technology - Feb. 24 (story)
  • Feb. 23 NASA Mission to Tote $28 Million CU-Boulder instrument and Tiny Student Satellite - Feb. 22 (story)
  • Final Flight of Space Shuttle Discovery to Carry Two Payloads Built by CU-Boulder - Feb. 15 (story)
  • Solginex Executes Exclusive License with the University of Colorado for Vaccine Thermostabilization Technology - Jan. 27 (story)
  • Job Prospects Looking Up for Spring Grads - Jan. 25 (story)

2010 News

  • Elevated Zinc Concentrations in Colorado Waterway Likely a Result of Climate Change - Dec. 15 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students to Demonstrate Innovations and Inventions at Dec. 4 Engineering Design Expo - Dec. 1 (story)
  • University of Colorado Approves New PhD in Telecommunications - Nov. 19 (story)
  • Water Flowing Through Ice Sheets Accelerates Warming, Could Speed Up Ice Flow, Says New Study - Nov. 3 (story)
  • Swan Song Flight of Space Shuttle Discovery to Carry Two Payloads Built by CU-Boulder - Oct. 27 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Bridges Digital Divide With 'Computers to Youth' Program - Oct. 27 (story)
  • CU Student's Life Plans Change After Volunteering in Rural Nepal - Oct. 18 (story)
  • CU Student-Built Dust Counter Breaks Distance Record as it Heads for Pluto - Oct. 11 (story)
  • CU Faculty Members Awarded 'Distinguished Professor' Title - Sept. 17 (story)
  • Colorado Joins NCWIT  in Hosting Awards for Tech-Saavy High School Women - Sept. 15 (story)
  • Tigon EnerTec to Commercialize CU Hybrid Aircraft Propulsion Technology - Sept. 14 (story)
  • CU Faculty Develop New 'Living Wall' Concept to Slash Energy Use - Sept. 1 (story)
  • New International Study Shows Some Asteroids Live in Own 'Little Worlds' - Aug. 25 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Selected as Partner in New FAA Commercial Space Transportation Center - Aug. 19 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Team to Assess Air Quality and Respiratory Health Risks Stemming from Gulf Oil Spill - Aug. 19 (story)
  • Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels Awarded $336,534 for Student Research - Aug. 4 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Study Environmental Fate of Oil Dispersants Used in Gulf Cleanup -July 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Awarded NSF Grant to Study Effect of Forest Fires on Mercury in Durango Area - July 15 (story)
  • Six CU-Boulder Doctoral Students Win Amelia Earhart Fellowships - July 7 (story)
  • FCC Appoints CU-Boulder Engineering Professor as Chief Technologist - June 30 (story)
  • Educators Train at CU to Build Kids' Interest in Computer Science - June 18 (story)
  • CU, UCAR and DPS Partner to Create Web-based Teaching Tool for Denver Science Teachers - June 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Design Dust Control Solutions for Western Oil and Gas Operations - May 20, 2010 (story)
  • CU Engineers Make First 'Supercell' Storm Intercept with Unmanned Aircraft System - May 12 (story)
  • Three Payloads Built by CU-Boulder Set for Launch on Space Shuttle Atlantis - May 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Bridges Digital Divide with Computers to Youth - May 11 (story)
  • CU Student Kevin Fiedler Wins National Goldwater Scholarship - May 3 (story)
  • Department of Energy Awards CU-Boulder $3.1 Million for Carbon Capture Research - April 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Receives $15 Million Stimulus Award for Biotechnology Building Construction - April 27 (story)
  • CU Student Chayla Rowley Wins National Udall Scholarship - April 27 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Faculty, Students to Chase Tornadoes Once Again This Spring - April 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Honors Four Energy Leaders with Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award - April 16 (story)
  • CU Engineering Students Ramp Up for Egg Drop, Rocket Launch, Design Expo - April 16 (story)
  • Louisville Company Supports CU Aerospace Students and Faculty in Dream Chaser Development - April 14 (story)
  • Gov. Ritter Congratulates CU-Boulder for Receiving Recovery Act Funding to Build Smart Grid Workforce - April 8 (story)
  • Six CU-Boulder Professors Win National Science Foundation CAREER Awards - March 18 (story)
  • New President's Teaching Scholar Combines Humanities, Technology - March 16 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Develop Educational Initiative to Inspire Youth through Space Exploration - March 16 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Laboratory to Host Public Events for 'NanoDays' April 2-3 - March 10 (story)
  • CU Water Desalination Technology Licensed by Israel-based ROTEC - March 4 (story)
  • Great Southern California Shakeout Results Provide New Communication Strategies Between Scientists, Public - Feb. 20 (story)
  • As Skiers Go Down, Moguls Migrate Up, Study Co-authored by CU Professor Finds - Feb. 19 (story)
  • New Bioengineering Program is Model of Collaboration Among CU Campuses - Feb. 11 (story)
  • ULA Sponsors Student Design Projects through Donation to CU-Boulder Aerospace Department - Feb. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Satellite Selected for Launch by NASA - Jan. 27 (story)
  • Two Professors, One Student Claim Thomas Jefferson Award - Jan. 27 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering College Wins Award for Innovation in International Education - Jan. 26 (story)
  • Four CU-Boulder Professors Win $750,000 Department of Energy Early Career Research Awards - Jan. 20 (story)
  • CU Grad Student's 'Tweet' Approach Streamlines Online Communications During Haiti Disaster - Jan. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Faculty, Students Win 2010 Space Research and Education Awards - Jan. 15 (story)
  • Walt Disney Executive to Join CU-Boulder as Adjunct Professor - Jan. 12 (story)

2009 News

  • CU Students Build Tiny Spacecraft to Observe 'Space Weather' Environment - Dec. 28 (story)
  • Three CU-Boulder Faculty Members Elected AAAS Fellows for 2009 - Dec. 17 (story)
  • 'Tweak the Tweet' Earns CU Graduate Student Second Place in National Technology Competition - Dec. 3 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Inventions Range from Wonderful to Wacky at Dec. 5 Engineering Design Expo - Dec. 1 (story)
  • New Method to Measure Snow, Soil Moisture with GPS May Benefit Meteorologists, Farmers - Nov. 19 (story)
  • Astronaut Al Worden to Honor CU-Boulder Student with Scholarship Award Nov. 18 - Nov. 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Create Pac-Man Roomba Game - Nov. 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Butterfly Payload to Launch Nov. 16 on Space Shuttle - Nov. 10 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Wins $1 Million Grant as Part of National Hypersonic Science Center - Nov. 6 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Telecommunications Program Establishes Cooperative Education Agreement with U.S. Army Signal Center - Nov. 6 (story)
  • Andrews Hall "Green" Renovation and New Faculty Residence to be Celebrated at CU-Boulder Oct. 27 - Oct. 23 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Professor Elected to Institute of Medicine - Oct. 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Challenged to Develop Environmental Solutions in $30,000 Scholarship Competition - Oct. 7 (story)
  • Astronaut Jim Voss Joins CU-Boulder Aerospace Faculty - Sept. 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Unmanned Aircraft Buzz Over Gigantic Holes in Antarctic Sea Ice - Sept. 10 (story)
  • Face of CU-Boulder Residence Halls Changing to Include Faculty and More Returning Students - Sept. 7 (story)
  • CU to Celebrate Groundbreaking of World-Class Biotechnology Facility - Sept. 3 (story)
  • New CU-Boulder Biotechnology Facility to Tackle Challenges Ranging from Cancer and Heart Disease to Tissue Engineering - Sept. 3 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers to Build Next-Generation Technology to Support Citizens in Emergency Response - Aug. 31 (story)
  • Gov. Bill Ritter to Kick Off Inaugural Symposium for New Colorado Wind Research Center Aug. 14 - Aug. 10 (story)
  • Stimulus Package Funds CU-Boulder Technology Development to Combat Obesity, Chronic Illness - Aug. 4 (story)
  • TechoShark Licenses CU Technology for Mobile Social Networking - July 27 (story)
  • Future of Western Water Supply Threatened by Climate Change, Says New CU-Boulder Study - July 20 (story)
  • NASA, CU-Boulder Airborne Expedition Chases Arctic Sea Ice Questions - July 17 (story)
  • CU Graduate School Attracts Record Number of National Science Foundation Fellows - July 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder, NASA Test New 'Space Internet' Protocols on International Space Station - July 6 (story)
  • Ion Engineering Licenses CU Carbon-Capture Technology - June 29 (story)
  • Illumasonix Licenses CU Blood Flow Visualization Technology - June 23 (story)
  • Interior Department Recognizes CU-Boulder for Role in Historic Colorado River Shortage Agreement - May 26 (story)
  • CU Announces Second Round of Renewable Energy Proof-of-Concept Grants - May 21 (story)
  • DiStefano Names Stein Sture Interim Provost at CU-Boulder - May 15 (story)
  • CU Study of Boulder Creek Shows Link Between Water Flow, Nuisance Algae - May 11 (story)
  • Three CU-Boulder Undergraduates Win Goldwater Scholarships - May 7 (story)
  • Graduating CU Student 's Website Helps Match Donor Siblings - May 6 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Honors Six Distinguished Engineers at 44th Awards Banquet - April 23 (story)
  •  17-year-old CU-Boulder Student Wins $250,000 Graduate School Fellowship - April 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Days to Feature Egg Drop, Rocket Launch, and Culminate in Design Expo - April 20 (story)
  • CU Doctoral Students Win $10,000 Top Prize in National Business Competition for Social Entrepreneurship  - April 17 (story)
  • Novel CU-Boulder Technique Shrinks Size of Nanotechnology Circuitry - April 16 (story)
  • Public Turning to Social Media Sources for Information During Disasters and Major Events, CU-Boulder Researchers Find - April 15 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers Develop New 3-D Platform for Growing Cells - April 15 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Faculty, Students to Participate in National Study on Tornado Formation - April 13 (story)
  • CU Engineering Students Build, Test High-Mileage Concept Car - April 7 (story)
  • $5 Million Endowment to Support CU Engineering for Developing Communities Program - March 18 (story)
  • Biorefining and Biofuels Course Offered in Fort Collins May 11-13 - March 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Launches Interdisciplinary Space Sciences and Engineering Initiative - Feb. 24 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Elected to National Academy of Engineering - Feb. 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Adjunct Professor Chuck Kutscher Wins Governor's Renewable Energy Award - Jan. 28 (story)
  • CU Astronaut-Alum Steve Swanson Set for Space Station Mission Feb. 12 - Jan. 27 (story)
  • CU-Boulder and SpaceDev Inc. Announce Launch of eSpace: the Center for Space Entrepreneurship - Jan. 26 (story)
  • Ion Engineering to Commercialize University of Colorado Carbon-Capture Technology - Jan. 22 (story)
  • LineRate Systems to Commercialize CU Software Acceleration Technology - Jan. 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Win First Place in National Nanosatellite Competition - Jan. 22 (story)
  • University of Colorado Announces Renewable Energy Proof-of-Concept Grants - Jan. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Approach Final Countdown in National Nanosatellite Competition - Jan. 7 (story)

2008 News

  • Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels Announces 2008 Seed Grant Funding Awards - Dec. 19 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Receives American Geophysical Union Medal - Dec. 16 (story)
  • Breathing Cycles in Earth's Upper Atmosphere Linked to Solar Wind Disturbances, Says CU Study - Dec. 15 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Inventions Range from Fun to Fantastic at Dec. 6 Engineering Design Expo - Dec. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Payload on Space Station Becomes a Media Hit, Internet Music Video - Nov. 24 (story)
  • CU's Applied Math Department to Study Learning through Oral Assessments with New NSF Grant - Nov. 14 (story)
  • Aspiring Astronaut Among CU Students to Receive Science Scholarships Nov. 17 - Nov. 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Launch Butterfly, Spider K-12 Experiments Nov. 14 on Space Shuttle - Nov. 10 (story)
  • CU President Honors Three Programs for Academic Leadership - Oct. 29 (story)
  • CU Prof Receives Grant to Help Encourage Kids' Interest in Computers through Games - Oct. 23 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Hosts 'Battle of the Brains' Computer Programming Contest - Oct. 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Named One of Popular Science Magazine's 'Brilliant 10' - Oct. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Launches New Graduate Program in Optical Sensing and Imaging with NSF Grant - Oct. 6 (story)
  • CU Astronaut-Alum Vance Brand to Present Student scholarship Award on Campus Oct. 1 - Sept. 24 (story)
  • Former NASA Astronaut Joe Tanner to Teach Aerospace Engineering at CU - Sept. 17 (story)
  • Zenwa to Commercialize University of Colorado Polymer Waveguide Array Technology - Sept. 10 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers Chart Path of Hurricane Gustav as It Heads into Warm Gulf of Mexico Waters - Aug. 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Professor Named One of World's Top 35 Young Innovators - Aug. 19 (story)
  • 3QMatrix to Commercialize Wound Healing Technology from the University of Colorado - July 31 (story)
  • Alliance Managing National Renewable Energy Lab includes CU-Boulder as Major University Partner - July 30 (story)
  • Investment Firm Allied Minds to Commercialize New University of Colorado Diagnostic Technology - July 16 (story)
  • CU Solar Decathlon Home to Be Displayed During Democratic National Convention - July 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Analyzes Role of Social Media in Disaster Response and Recovery - July 14 (story)
  • ConocoPhillips Announces Partnership with Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels - July 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Set to Launch Student Rocket Payloads - June 24 (story)
  • CU President's Office Honors Three Programs for Student Success - June 23 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Wins $25,000 in Google's Android Developer Challenge - June 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Signs Agreement for Experiments on all Remaining Space Station Shuttle Missions - May 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Launches Engineering Entrepreneurship Program - May 28 (story)
  • Disaster Earthquake Scenario Unveiled for Southern California - May 22 (USGS news release)
  • CU Solar Decathlon House Open for Public Tours Over Memorial Day Weekend - May 21 (story)
  • OPX Biotechnologies Inc. Licenses CU-Boulder Biofuels Technology - May 8 (story)
  • No-Spill Tray for Use with Rolling Walkers Wins CU Business Plan Competition - May 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Wins $1.5 Million Contract to Aid in Cooling of Electronic Devices - May 7 (story)
  • Awards Still Pouring in for CU-Boulder Graduating Physics Student Ben Safdi - April 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Honors Distinguished Engineers for Contributions - April 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Inventions to Be Demonstrated at April 26 Engineering Design Expo - April 17 (story)
  • MIT Professor to Speak at CU-Boulder on Advanced Materials for Energy April 30 - April 17 (story)
  • CU Solar Decathlon Team to Open 2007 House for Public Tours on Earth Day - April 17 (story)
  • Four CU-Boulder Faculty Win DARPA Awards for Microsystems Innovations - April 15 (story)
  • CU Engineering Professor John Falconer To Receive 2008 Hazel Barnes Prize - April 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Days To Feature Egg Drop, Flight Contest, Rocket Launch - April 14 (story)
  • Defense Agency Awards CU-Boulder $1.2 Million for Chemical Warfare Protection Technology - April 8 (story)
  • CU Professor Wins $1.2 Million to Advance Lidar Technology - April 1 (story)
  • Two CU Programs Win $196,500 from the Daniels Fund - March 24 (story)
  • First Colorado Celebration of Women in Computing to Be Held in Boulder April 4-5 - March 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Alumnus, Two Payloads Heading for Space Station Via Space Shuttle March 11 - March 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Awarded $1 Million from USDA, DOE for Solar-Thermal Biomass-to-Gas Conversion Project - March 5 (story)
  • Three CU-Boulder Researchers Elected 2008 American Geophysical Union Fellows - Feb. 28 (story)
  • Mesa State College and CU-Boulder Announce Mechanical Engineering Partnership - Feb. 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Elected to National Academy of Engineering - Feb. 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Names Sullivan Associate Dean of Engineering for Student Cultivation - Feb. 8 (story)
  • Three CU-Boulder Faculty Members Named Distinguished Professors - Jan. 24 (story)
  • New National Report Calls for More Research on Health Effects of Wireless Technologies - Jan. 19 (story)
  • Older Arctic Sea Ice is Giving Way to Young, Thin Ice, Says CU-Boulder Study - Jan. 10 (story)
  • Dam Experts Issue Call to Strengthen Research on Safety and Rehabilitation of U.S. Dams - Jan. 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Faculty to Receive $500,000 Prize for Innovation in Engineering Education - Jan. 2 (story)

2007 News

  • Discovery Channel to Air In-Depth Look at 2007 Solar Decathlon Featuring CU-Boulder Team - Dec. 12 (story)
  • New Book by CU-Boulder Researcher Targets Columbia Glacier at Mid-Retreat - Dec. 10 (story)
  • University of Colorado Professor to Receive AIAA Lawrence Sperry Award - Dec. 10 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Inventions to Be Demonstrated at Engineering Design Expo - Dec. 4 (story)
  • Lindbergh Foundation Awards Grants for Two CU-Boulder Engineering Projects - Nov. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Energy Audits Suggest Ways to Save Money on Bills for Denver Nonprofit Groups - Nov. 12 (story)
  • CU Wizards to 'Go With the Flow' During Nov. 17 Science Show - (story)
  • CU Astronaut-Alum Scott Carpenter to Present Student Scholarship Award on Campus Nov. 15 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Host Annual Science Scholar Luncheon on Nov. 15 - (story)
  • Biofuels Forum on Ethanol Slated for CU-Boulder Nov. 8 - (story)
  • Federal Grant Enhances Colorado MESA Partnership with CU-Boulder to Benefit Underrepresented Students - Oct. 30 (story)
  • Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels Announces $500,000 in Seed Grants for Research - Oct. 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Solar Decathlon Team Takes Third Place in Engineering, Seventh Overall - Oct. 19 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Scientist, Engineer and Administrator Susan Avery Named President of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution - Oct. 12 (story)
  • $2.3 Million Gift Funds Engineering Scholarships, J.D. Abrams Multicultural Center at CU-Boulder - Oct. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Conference on Uses of Unmanned Aircraft to Meet Oct. 1-3 In Boulder - Sept. 27 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Offers 'Engineering Sampler' For High School Juniors, Seniors on Oct. 13 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Get Ready to Send Solar Home to Washington, D.C. for Third Solar Decathlon - Sept. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor is Co-recipient of $250,000 Heinz Award for the Environment - Sept. 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Marvin Caruthers Gives $20 Million to Boost Biotech Building, Bolster Collaborative Research - Sept. 11 (story)
  • Results of 'Community of Soundscapes' Project to Be Presented by CU-Boulder Researchers - Sept. 5 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Professors Named Jefferson Science Fellows - Aug. 31 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Names Argrow, Bowman Associate Deans of Engineering - Aug. 24 (story)
  • Former Astronaut Loren Shriver to Speak at CU-Boulder on Aug. 23 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Ranked 35th Best Public University by U.S. News & World Report (College of Engineering Tied for 19th) - Aug. 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Research Group Forecasts 92 Percent Chance of Record Low Arctic Sea Ice Extent in 2007 - Aug. 16 (story)
  • 2006 Plate Motion Reversal Unlikely to Have Eased Seismic Strain, Earthquake Anticipation Near Acapulco, Says CU Study - Aug. 2 (story)
  • CU-Boulder's Two-Time Decathlon Champs Go for Win No. 3 with Aug. 2  Installation of State-of-the-Art Solar Panels - Aug. 2 (story)
  • CU's Two-Time Solar Decathlon Champs to Install Photovoltaic System - July 31 (story)
  •  CU-Boulder to Host New STEM Camp Featuring Bridge Building, Boats and Sudoku Scavenger Hunt - July 30 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Graduate Student Leads Development of Wireless Network in Remote Amazon Region - July 25 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers Map Texas Floods to Support Forecasting and Relief Efforts - June 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Associate Engineering Dean Named New Director of ATLAS Institute - June 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Invention May Allow Thirsty Crops to Signal Farmers - June 14 (story)
  • CU Astronaut-Alum Steve Swanson to Carry CU Flag into Space June 8 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers to Fly Environmental Sensor in Major DOE Climate Study - June 4 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Names Engineering Professor and Special Projects Director Stein Sture to Vice Chancellor for Research Position - May 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder To Celebrate 30th Anniversary of CU Wizards Program on May 19 - May 8 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Select Recipients of 2007 Teaching Recognition Award - May 8 (story)
  • Sixteen CU/NREL Energy Research SEED Grants selected for funding - May 7 (story)
  • Alternative Energy Systems, Devices Among Student Projects to Be Demonstrated at Design Expo - April 25 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Study Traces Delay in North American Monsoon to Pacific Ocean Warming - April 23 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers Forecast One in Three Chance of Record Low Arctic Sea Ice Cover in 2007 - April 19 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Days to Feature Egg Drop, Flight Contest, Rocket Launch - April 18 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Honors Distinguished Engineers for Contributions - April 17 (story)
  • Daniels Fund Grant to Advance Innovative K-12 STEM Education Programs at CU-Boulder - April 12 (story)
  • Seven CU-Boulder Programs Ranked in Top 25 in Latest U.S. News Graduate School Rankings - April 2 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Play Lead Role in Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels - March 19 (story)
  • Xcel Energy Sponsors CU-Boulder Solar Decathlon Team with Pre-Purchase of Solar Home - March 13 (story)
  • Xcel Energy, CU-Boulder to Make Solar Decathlon Announcement March 13 - March 12 (story)
  • High School Women to Attend 'Discover Engineering Day' at CU-Boulder Feb. 23 - (story)
  • Machine Learning Expert to Present Mervyn Young Lecture at CU-Boulder - Feb. 16 (story)
  • NASA Astronaut Charles Camarda to Speak at CU-Boulder on Feb. 21 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Graduate Student Wins American Heart Association Award for Pediatric Cardiology Research - Feb. 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Aerospace Faculty to Share Interest in Flight with Next Generation of Tuskegee Airmen--and Women - Feb. 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Faculty Member Wins Top Award for Advising - Jan. 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Space Team Awarded Contract to Build Satellite - Jan. 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Prof Wins Energy Grant to Improve Gasification Systems - Jan. 24 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Alum Steve Swanson Set for Space Shuttle Launch March 17 - (story)
  • Unique Collaboration Funded to Develop Nanotechnology for Melanoma - Jan. 16 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Lecturer Among Top Winners in International Competition on Technological Standards - Jan. 9 (story)

2006 News

  • CU Wizards 'Go With the Flow' During Dec. 23 Show - Dec. 15 (story)
  • Squid-Inspired Design by CU-Boulder Innovators Could Mean Better Handling of Unmanned Vehicles - Dec. 11 (story)
  • Glaciers Adding More to Global Sea Rise than Ice Sheets, Says CU-Boulder Study - Dec. 11 (story)
  • New Outsourcing Course Gives CU-Boulder Students Hands-On Experience with Trend - Dec. 7 (story)
  • Three CU-Boulder Faculty Members Named Distinguished Professors - Dec. 5 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Experiments on Space Station to Involve K-12 Students From Around the World - Dec. 4 (story)
  • Solar iPod Charger, Avalanche Backpack Among CU Student Inventions to be Demonstrated at ITL Design Expo - Dec. 4 (story)
  • University of Colorado at Boulder Senior Instructor to Receive AIAA Award - Dec. 4 (story)
  • Three CU-Boulder Faculty Elected AAAS Fellows for 2006 - Nov. 23 (story)
  • Chance Encounter With Seal Leads to Children's Book on Antarctica - Nov. 8 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Open Nanomaterials Facility at Nov. 16 Event - Nov. 6 (story)
  • Colorado High School Students to Launch Boats, Foot Bags and Careers at MESA Fall Fling - Nov. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Bioengineering Research Targets Pulmonary Hypertension in Children - Oct. 25 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Hosts 'Battle of the Brains' Computer Programming Contest - Oct. 24 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Receives $1.3 Million Grant for Undergraduate Research in Applied Math - Oct. 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Students Earn, Learn Through New Work Opportunities Created by the College - Oct. 10 (story)
  • Former Astronaut, CU-Boulder Alum Scott Carpenter to Present Student Scholarship Award - Oct. 10 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students to Snag Bargains on Business Clothing at 'Suit Yourself' Sale - Sept. 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Partnership with BVSD Creates New Scholarship Opportunities for Centaurus Pre-Engineering Grads - Sept. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students to Launch Payload at Inaugural New Mexico Spaceport Flight - Sept. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Receives DARPA Grant to Establish Nanotechnology Research Center - Sept. 13 (story)
  • New Study Identifies Driving Force Behind El Niño-induced Drought - Sept. 7 (story)
  • CU Engineers Without Borders Team Installs 'Bring Your Own Water' System in Rwandan Village - Aug. 31 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Ranked 11th Best Public University for Fourth Straight Year - Aug. 28 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Ranked 34th Best Public University by U.S. News & World Report - Aug. 18 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering Names New Assistant Dean for Students - Aug. 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Reopens Engineering Center Following Minor Lab Fire, No Injuries Reported - July 20 (story)
  • Fifteen Colorado Men Will Head to Bed to Advance CU-Boulder Space Research - July 17 (story)
  • Rwandan Priest to Discuss Community Development Projects in Free, Public Lecture - July 11 (story)
  • High School Students Explore Engineering at CU-Boulder Success Institute - July 10 (story)
  • HGTV to Film Segment on CU Solar Decathlon Home - June 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Buffalo Racing Team Makes Top 20 at Formula SAE Competition - May 31 (story)
  • Energy Chemistry is Topic of CU Wizards May 20 Show - May 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor, Student Honored by EPA for Work on Acid Mine Drainage - May 2 (story)
  • Flow Visualization Photography Exhibit Held at CU-Boulder May 4 through May 5 - April 28 (story)
  • Home Energy Investigation Contest Brings K-12 Students to CU-Boulder - April 26 (story)
  • Smore-Maker, Water-Balloon Launcher Among Engineering Student Projects Demonstrated at CU's ITL Design Expo - April 24 (story)
  • SpaceShipOne Designer Among Distinguished Engineering Alumni Honored By CU-Boulder - April 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Days to Feature Fire Department Demo, Egg Drop, Rocket Launch - April 7 (story)
  • University of Colorado Faculty Member Receives Fulbright Scholar Award - April 6 (story)
  • Engineering for Developing Communities is Focus of New CU-Boulder Undergraduate Degree Track - April 5 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Team Named Among Top Winners in Math Modeling Competition - April 4 (story)
  • CU-Boulder's RiverWare Modeling Tool Played Key Role in Colorado River Negotiations - Feb. 14 (story)
  • White House Invites CU Student to Attend State of the Union Address - Jan. 31 (story)
  • CU-Boulder 'Invention to Venture' Workshop to Focus on Sustainable Energy Technologies - Jan. 30 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Report Calls for Cleanup of West's Toxic Abandoned Mines - Jan. 11 (story)
  • Energy Department Announces 2007 Solar Decathlon Teams - Jan. 10 (story)

2005 News

  • CU-Boulder Student-built Instrument Set to Launch on Mission to Pluto Jan. 17 - Dec. 27 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering Recognizes Outstanding Colorado High School Teacher - Dec. 15 (story)
  • Alaska's Columbia Glacier Continues on Disintegration Course - Dec. 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Students to Demonstrate Inventions, Technologies at ITL Design Expo - Nov. 28 (story)
  • Colorado High School Students to Launch Boats, Cars and Careers at MESA Fall Fling 2005 - Nov. 16 (story)
  • CU to Host Public Celebration, Tours of Winning Solar Decathlon Home - Nov. 10 (story)
  • Engineers Without Borders to Host Filtrón Workshop at CU-Boulder - Nov. 8 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science Names New Associate Dean - Nov. 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student to Testify Before House Subcommittee on Energy - Oct. 31 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Hosts 'Battle of the Brains' Computer Programming Contest - Oct. 20 (story)
  • CU Wins International Solar Home Competition in Washington, DC - Oct. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder's Stein Sture Named Interim Dean of Graduate School, Vice Chancellor for Research - Oct. 6 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers Chart Hurricane Rita Through Gulf of Mexico - Sept. 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Professor Named One of Top 35 Young Innovators - Sept. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers Chart Katrina's Growth in Gulf of Mexico - Sept. 15 (story)
  • CU Students Commit to Using Biodiesel on 2,500-Mile Trip to Solar Decathlon - Sept. 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Ranked 11th Best Public University in World, According to Survey - Sept. 13 (story)
  • CU Wizards Gets 'Too Hot to Handle' on Sept. 17 - Sept. 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Sources for Hurricane Katrina - Sept. 2 (story)
  • Buffalo Racing Car Show to be Held at CU-Boulder Sept. 11 - Aug. 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Ranked 34th Best Public University by US News & World Report - Aug. 18 (story)
  • Long-term Energy Solutions Sought By CU-Boulder Expert On Renewables, Electric Utilities - Aug. 4 (story)
  • High School Students Explore Engineering at CU-Boulder - July 25 (story)
  • Metro Area High School Students Build 'Mars Rovers' as Part of CU-Boulder Program - July 14 (story)
  • Five NASA Earth Science Fellowships Awarded to CU-Boulder, Tops in Nation - July 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student to Receive Peace Corps' Franklin H. Williams Award - June 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Professor Wins Norm Augustine Award - June 16 (story)
  • New CU-Boulder Polymer Has Applications for Dentistry, Electronics, Automobiles - June 8 (story)
  • CU Solar Decathlon Team to Unveil Design, Kick Off Construction on June 13 - June 7(story)
  • CU-Boulder 'Engineers Without Borders' Team Wins International Award for Sustainable Engineering in Rwanda - June 2 (story)
  • CU-Boulder's Mark Ablowitz to be Honored by Top Mathematicians - June 1 (story)
  • Human Subjects Head to Bed to Advance CU Space Research - May 11(story)
  • CU-Boulder Opens Field Laboratory for Sustainable Building Practices - April 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Honors Distinguished Engineers for Contributions - April 20 (story)
  • Prominent Researchers to Discuss Impacts of Human Genome Research in Public Talk at CU-Boulder - April 19 (story)
  • Three CU-Boulder Students Win Prestigious Math, Science Scholarship - April 15 (story)
  • ITLL Design Expo to Showcase Inventions by CU-Boulder and K-12 Students - April 15 (story)
  • Rep. Mark Udall to Meet with Colorado Space Students at CU-Boulder on Friday, April 15 - April 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Days Features Egg Drop, Rocket Launch, MacGyver Contest - April 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Solve Tollbooth Question to Place Among Top Winners in Math Modeling Competition - April 7 (story)
  • Altered Landscapes Photo Exhibit by CU-Boulder Prof Opens at NCAR - April 5 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Fares Well in Annual U.S. News Grad School Rankings - March 31 (story)
  • CU's Winning Solar Home Team Enters 2005 Competition with 'Petroleum Alternative' System - March 15 (story)
  • Novel Laboratory Technique Identifies High Levels of Pathogens in Therapy Pool - March 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Students to Spend Spring Break Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity - March 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students to Return to Rwanda as Part of 'Engineers Without Borders' Team - March 9 (story)
  • Ocean, Tsunami Wave Properties to be Topic of March 9 CU-Boulder Talk - March 3 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Host Engineering Career Day for Women March 12 - Feb. 25 (story)
  • CU Professor Wins Two Awards for Genomics Research, Teaching - Feb. 23 (story)
  • CU-Boulder's Vice Provost Named Editor Of Applied Math Journal - Feb. 14 (story)
  • Elegant Shape of Eiffel Tower Solved Mathematically by CU-Boulder Prof - Jan. 5 (story)

2004 News

  • CU Professor Elected to Lead World's Largest Technical Professional Society - Dec. 15 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students' Satellites Set for Launch Dec. 10 - Dec. 6 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Inventions Ranging from Fun to Functional Demonstrated at ITLL Design Expo - Nov. 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Study of Vortex Rings Leads to Design of Better Vehicle Propulsion Systems - Nov. 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Partners with Lafayette Schools to Enhance Math, Engineering, Science Achievement - Nov. 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Opens State-of-the-Art Earthquake Engineering Facility as Part of National Network - Nov. 1 (story)
  • DOE Awards CU-Boulder $1.2 Million for Hydrogen Fuel Production - Oct. 26 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Hosts 'Battle of the Brains' Computer Programming Contest - Oct. 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Researchers to Analyze Meteorite that Fell Outside Berthoud - Oct. 11 (story)
  • CU Lands Pioneering Center in Cognitive Technology with Major Grant - Oct. 5 (story no longer available)
  • Security Flaws in Popular Chess Web Site Found by University of Colorado Team - Oct. 4 (story)
  • Osram Sylvania Awards Grant to CU-Boulder to Bolster Lighting Education - Sept. 20 (story)
  • CU Wizards 'Go With the Flow' To Kick Off Fall Series Sept. 18 - Sept. 8 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Names Susan Avery Interim Dean of Graduate School and Vice Chancellor for Research - Sept. 7 (story)
  • CU's New Research Vice Chancellor, Susan Avery, Known for Communicating About Science, Global Climate Change - Sept. 7 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Students Awarded Astronaut Foundation Scholarships - Aug. 31 (story)
  • Two Undergraduate Specialty Programs Ranked High in U.S. News & World Report - Aug. 19 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering Receives Gift of Equipment, Fellowships from Agilent Technologies - July 22 (story)
  • University of Colorado and ALD NanoSolutions Win 2004 R&D 100 Award - July 8 (story)
  • Fulbright Grants Awarded to CU-Boulder Students - June 28 (story)
  • CU-Boulder's ITL Program Partners with Denver, Lafayette Schools to Build Student Preparation in Engineering - June 17 (story)
  • Grand Junction Students Invent Toys, Teachers Learn About Electricity, Flight in CU-Boulder Western Slope Workshops - June 8 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Professors Win Fulbright Awards - May 25 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Kristi Anseth -- A Leader in Tissue Engineering --To Receive NSF's Coveted Waterman Award - April 28 (story)
  • TiVo Co-founder Jim Barton to Speak at CU-Boulder - April 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Honors Distinguished Engineers for Contributions - April 20 (story)
  • ITLL Design Expo to Showcase CU-Boulder Student Inventions - April 19 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineers Write Poetry, Attend Opera as Part of Herbst Humanities Program - April 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Days Features Egg Drop, Robotics and Rocket Competitions - April 7 (story)
  • Seven CU-Boulder Programs in Top 20 in US News Graduate Specialty Rankings - April 1 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Teams Named Outstanding Winners in International Math Competition - March 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students to Assist Rwandan Village as Part of 'Engineers Without Borders' Team - March 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Receives $500,000 Educational Prize from National Academy of Engineering - Feb 24 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professors Elected to National Academy of Engineering - Feb 22 (story)
  • University of Colorado Professor Pioneering Tissue Engineering From Knees to Hearts to Brains - Feb 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Host Engineering Career Day for Women March 6 - Feb 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor to Study Controls for Hospital-Acquired Infections - Feb 2  (story

2003 News

  • CU Student Inventions Range from Historic to Modern at ITLL Design Expo - Nov. 24 - (story)
  • Symposium to Address Society's Responses to Cybersecurity Threats - Nov. 11 - (story)
  • K-12 Outreach, Diversity, Virtual Labs Among Topics at Frontiers in Education - Nov. 3 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Provide Telecommunications Training in Northern Iraq - Oct. 9 - (story)
  • CU Wizards to Present 'Too Hot to Handle' October 18 - Oct. 6 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student To Receive David Brower Youth Award for Campus Work on Biodiesel - Sept. 25 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Sponsored Research Tops $250 Million, Sets New Record - Sept. 23 - (story)
  • Contaminated Water from Abandoned Mines Threatens Colorado Ski Areas, CU Study Says - Sept. 17 - (story)
  • Sustainability Conference Attracts International Experts to CU-Boulder - Sept. 16 - (story)
  • CU Center for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology to Assist in Developing Botulism Vaccine - Sept. 10 - (story)
  • First Commercial Biodiesel Pump in Colorado to Bring Cleaner Air, More Energy Independence - Sept. 9 - (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Specialty Programs Ranked High in U.S. News & World Report - Sept. 2 - (story)
  • Buffalo Racing Car Show Held at CU-Boulder Sept. 14 - Sept. 2 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Fares Well in U.S. News & World Report Ranking of Best Colleges - Aug. 21 - (story)
  • CU Prof Named Chair of Trustee Board for Universities Space Research Association - Aug. 7 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Professor Wins National Award for Excellence - July 29 - (story)
  • Student Experiments to Set Sail on High-altitude Balloons - July 24 - (story)
  • High School Students to Design and Build Robots at Engineering "Success Institute" - July 17 - (story)
  • Islam, Mine Pollution are Topics of CU-Boulder Public Lectures at Chautauqua - July 15 - (story)
  • Sustainable Resources Conference Aims to Promote Collaboration in International Development - July 15 - (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Professors Win Fulbright Awards - July 3 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Launches New Center for Advanced Engineering and Technology Education - June 26 - (story)
  • New CU-Boulder Program Links Engineering and Heart Health - June 18 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Outreach Programs Provide Access to Students Across Colorado - June 16 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor to Receive 2003 Distinguished Alumni Award from UC Davis - June 10 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Introduce Engineering to K-12 Classrooms - May 20 - (story)
  • GPS Satellite Receivers Found to be New Tool for Earthquake Studies - May 14 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student to be Featured in National Magazine of Hispanic Professional Engineers - May 14 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Space Student Chosen Colorado Student Employee of the Year - May 7 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder's Colorado Engineer Magazine Named 'Magazine of the Year' - April 28 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Student Awarded Goldwater Foundation Scholarship - April 23 - (story)
  • CU's ITLL Design Expo to Showcase Engineering Student Inventions - April 22 - (story)
  • CU Selected to Build $2.5 million Worth of Electronics for Satellites to Analyze Earth Space Storms - April 21 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Days Features Egg-Drop, Takeoff Challenge - April 16 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Honors Distinguished Engineers for Contributions - April 9 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Named Outstanding in International Math Competition - April 9 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Symposium to Address Safety of Tall Buildings, WTC Collapse - March 31 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Join with CU Departments to Launch Biodiesel Buff Bus - March 20 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Gears Up for 2003 Summer Session with Faculty From Around the World - March 3 - (story)
  • Colorado High School Students to Attend Women in Engineering Career Day at CU-Boulder March 1 - (story)
  • 'Legacy of Hit-and-Run Mining' is Topic of March 5 Lecture by CU-Boulder Professor - Feb. 20 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Professor Wins Award for Biotechnology Research - Feb. 11 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Memorial Service for Astronaut-Alumna Kalpana Chawla Set for 11 a.m. Wednesday at University Memorial Center - Feb. 4 - (story)
  • CU Hosts News Briefing on NASA Space Shuttle Columbia and Aftermath of Shuttle Explosion - Feb. 2 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder-based Colorado Space Grant Consortium Receives $100,000 Grant from NASA - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Alumna Rockets into Space with Student Experiments - Jan. 17 - (story)
  • Fiske Planetarium to Present Special Events in Memory of Space Shuttle Challenger - Jan. 13 - (story)
  • NSF Awards CU-Boulder $6 Million for Liquid Crystals Research Center - Jan. 13 - (story)

2002 News

  • CU-Boulder ITLL Design Expo to Showcase Student-Built Machines and Inventions - Nov. 19 - (story)
  • CU Solar Decathlon Team to Host Public Presentation, Open House Kicking Off Holiday Home Tour - Nov. 18 - (story)
  • CU Wizards 'Go with the Flow' at Nov. 16 Show for Kids - Nov. 5 - (story)
  • Skiers, Snowboarders to Get Smoother Ride Thanks to CU-Boulder Student Inventors - Oct. 30 - (story)
  • Innovative New Engineering Facility to be Dedicated at CU-Boulder Oct. 18 -Oct. 7 - (story)
  • Quantum CEO Rick Belluzzo to Speak at CU-Boulder on Future of Tech Industry - Oct. 7 - (story)
  • University of Colorado at Boulder Takes First in Solar Household Competition - Oct. 5 - (story)
  • CU to Fly Hardware, Experiments on Space Shuttle, Space Station - Sept. 27 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Mechanical Engineering Celebrates Centennial With Oct. 5 Picnic to Kick Off Anniversary Events - Sept. 26 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Linguistics Professor Wins 2002 MacArthur Fellowship - Sept. 24 - (story)
  • Hewlett-Packard CEO, Tech Leaders to Speak at CU-Boulder's Discovery Learning Center Opening on Oct. 18 - (story)
  • CU Solar Home to be Loaded for Cross-Country Trip on Sept. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering Names Two New Associate Deans - Sept. 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Leads Initiative on Engineering for Developing Communities - Aug. 29 (story)
  • Teets Family Fellowship Awarded to CU-Boulder Engineering Student - Aug. 27 (story)
  • CU Students Design, Showcase Energy-Efficient Home as Part of Solar Decathlon Contest - Aug. 14 (story)
  • Student Researchers Complete Talking Vest for Disabled Youngster - Aug. 5 (story)
  • CATECS Director Vince Micucci to Retire, CU-Boulder Launches Search for Replacement - Aug. 1 (story)
  • 'Success Institute' Prepares High School Students for Future Careers in Engineering and Technology - July 22 (story)
  • High School Girls Embrace Technology through Creative Summer Internship - July 9 (story)
  • Bush Announces Presidential Awards: CU-Boulder Leads Nation with Four - July 2 (story)
  • Robert H. Davis Named Dean of CU-Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science - June 4 (story)
  • CU Solar Decathlon Team to Present New Solar Home Design - May 16 (story)
  • CU-Boulder, Sandia National Laboratories Award New Doctoral Fellowships - April 30 (story)
  • Students from Around the World to Gather at CU for Experiment Tests Prior to July Space Shuttle Launch - April 22 (story)
  • ITLL Design Expo to Showcase Student Inventions, Assistive Technology, Robotics - April 22 (story)
  • Grand Junction High School Inventor To Announce College Choice Today - April 19 (story)
  • Engineering Days 2002 to Feature Egg Drop, Vertical Takeoff Challenge and Model Rocket Launch - April 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Honor Distinguished Engineers at Awards Banquet - April 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Host Lecture on Structural Engineering in the Aftermath of Sept. 11 - April 3 (story)
  • Finalist Withdraws Name from Engineering Dean Search - April 2 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Host NASA Exhibit, Public Lecture on Future of Space Flight - March 28 (story)
  • CU Regents Dedicate $1.5 Million Gift in Memory of David E. Teets - March 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Names Finalists for Dean of Engineering - March 21 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Collaborate on Race Car With Students in England and Singapore - March 8 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professors Elected to National Academy of Engineering - Feb. 22 (story)
  • Ball Aerospace Partners with CU-Boulder College of Engineering to Present Inaugural 'Connections Gallery' Exhibit - Feb. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students Win $25,000 in Grants to Market Inventions - Feb. 18 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Hosts Engineering Career Day for High School Women - Feb. 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Team Named Finalist in NASA "MarsPort' Competition - Jan. 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Professors Win Presidential Early Career Awards - Jan. 10 (story)

2001 News

  • CU Wizards 'Go With the Flow' at Dec. 29 Show for Kids - Dec. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Alumnus Peter Teets Confirmed to Under Secretary Post - Dec. 18 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Wins $500,000 Grant to Develop Elementary Engineering Curriculum - Dec. 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Solar Decathlon Team to Unveil Solar Home Design - Dec. 7 (story)
  • CU Aerospace Engineers Involved with Latest Oceanography Satellite - Dec. 6 (story)
  • Lobster-Sniffing Study May Spawn Underwater Robots - Nov. 29 (story)
  • ITLL Fall Design Expo to Showcase Student Inventions, Robotics, Junkyard Machines- Nov. 29 (story)
  • Colorado High School Inventor to Meet, Share Invention with Nobel Prize Winner - Nov. 14 (story)
  • Center for Membrane Applied Science and Technology Wins NSF Award - Nov. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Hosts 'Battle of the Brains' Computer Programming Contest - Nov. 13 (story)
  • Breathe Better Bus Visits Boulder, CU with Interactive Exhibits - Nov. 6 (story)
  • BP Center for Visualization Unveils Multi-Million-Dollar Environment - Oct. 30 (story)
  • Search Committee Named for Dean of College of Engineering and Applied Science - Oct. 25 (story)
  • News4 Anchor/Weatherman Larry Green and CU-Boulder Engineering Professor Team Up for 'ABCs of Engineering' - Oct. 11 (story)
  • CU Professor Janet deGrazia Aims to Boost Interest in Engineering through Series - Oct. 11 (story)
  • International Workshop to Focus on Green Design, Renewable Energies and Sustainability - Sept. 24 (story)
  • Information Technology Standards Conference Slated - Sept. 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor to Lecture Sept. 19 on World Trade Center Collapse, Rebuilding - Sept. 14 (story)
  • 'Engineers Without Borders' Installs Water System in Belize Village - Sept. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Fares Well in U.S. News & World Report Rankings of Best Colleges - Sept. 6 (story)
  • Discovery Learning Center Takes Shape at East Entrance to Boulder Campus - Aug. 27 (story)
  • Balloon to Carry CU Student "Mini Satellites" To Edge of Space - Aug. 24 (story)
  • Tiny, Unmanned Planes in Florida Helping CU Researchers Assess Storms, Hurricanes - Aug. 20 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Names Roop Mahajan Interim Dean of Engineering - Aug. 16 (story)
  • Avaya and University of Colorado Announce Joint Research for Natural Language Speech Recognition Technology - Aug. 6 (story)
  • CU Alumnus Establishes Endowed Chair in Memory of Former Dean Richard Seebass - July 31 (story)
  • Nobel Laureate Herbert Kroemer to Give Public Lecture at CU-Boulder - July 23 (story)
  • Success Institute to Focus on Energy Issues as High School Students Prepare for Future Careers in Engineering and Technology - July 18 (story)
  • NIH Training Grant Establishes 12 New Fellowships in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology - July 17 (story)
  • Chemical Engineering Professor Wins National Award for Excellence - July 16 (story)
  • Elementary School Teachers Try Engineering to Integrate Math, Science in Classrooms - July 13 (story)
  • Biomedical Engineers Team with Hospital Clinicians on Advanced Devices for Cardiovascular Treatment - July 2 (story)
  • IBM Donates Wireless Laptop Computers to Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory - June 20 (story)
  • CU Students Present Boulder with Plan for Indoor Soccer Field - June 19 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Telecommunications Expert Named to Federal Advisory Committee - June 18 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Chemical Engineering Department Wins CCHE 'Program of Excellence' Award - June 14 (story)
  • Famed Colorado High School Inventor to Present Research at CU-Boulder - June 13 (story)
  • Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico Students Team Up on Satellite Project - June 13 (story)
  • American Heart Association: Computer recognizes abnormal heart sounds in children - June 5 (story)
  • Applications Being Accepted for High School Honors Institute at CU-Boulder, Southampton, England - May 24 (story)
  • Entrepreneurship Program at CU-Boulder Gets $500,000 Grant - May 18 (story)
  • Joe Negler Donates $3.7 million to CU-Boulder for Endowed Chairs in Engineering and Music - May 16 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Design Expo to Showcase Student-Built Engineering Projects - April 23 (story)
  • Boulder Mayor to Present Seminar on Sustainability and Cities - April 19 (story)
  • CU Student Experiments to Ride Balloon 17 Miles Above Colorado Plains - April 18 (story)
  • Miniature Unmanned Planes Descend on Arctic for Research - April 17 (story)
  • Internet Chamber of Commerce Introduces New Junior Group to Get Kids Excited about Math and Science - April 13
  • 'Engineering Days' to Feature Egg Drop, Carnival, Sporting Events - April 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Experiment Heading for International Space Station - April 12 (story)
  • Astronaut Bonnie Dunbar to Speak at CU-Boulder - April 11 (story)
  • Patricia Limerick Presents Seminar on Historians and Engineers - April 11 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering Schedules Dean Finalists' Interviews - April 4 (story)
  • College of Engineering Honors Distinguished Engineers at Annual Awards Banquet - April 4 (story)
  • Applicants Sought for CU-Boulder High School Honors Institute - March 27 (story)
  • Mir Space Station Crash? Not to Worry, Says CU-Boulder Aerospace Professor - March 21 (story)
  • Seminars on Sustainability Kick Off Earth Systems Engineering Initiative March 14 (story)
  • Russia's Head of Technology in Education to Visit Three CU Campuses March 14 - 19 - March 13 (story)
  • Job Market Still Strong for Graduates with High-Tech Degrees, Teaching Certificates - March 12 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students to Showcase Invention at Smithsonian in March - March 1 (story)
  • CU Astronaut-Alum Jim Voss Headed for International Space Station March 8 - (story)
  • CU-Boulder Mechanical Engineering Team Builds Microfan Small as a Grain of Sand - Feb. 27 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Elected to National Academy of Engineering - Feb. 26 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Chemical Engineering Students To Lead Oil Spill Simulation at Middle School - Feb. 26 (story)
  • CU Expert Discusses Future Energy Sources, Deregulation - Feb. 14 (story)
  • Civil Engineering Faculty Receive NSF Grant for Earthquake Research - Feb. 7 (story)
  • Colorado High School Students to Launch Gliders, Boats and Careers at 'Spring Fling 2001' - Feb. 5 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Alumna to Fly on Shuttle - Jan. 31 (story)
  • Engineering Students Build Water Pump to Aid People in Tiny Belize Village - Jan. 23 (story)
  • CU Receives Largest Gift Ever Given Public University - Jan. 16 (story)

2000 News

  • CU Astronaut-Alum Jim Voss to Visit CU-Boulder this Week - Dec. 19 (story)
  • CU Students Engineer Shadow-Play at Collage Children's Museum - Dec. 15
  • Denver Elementary School Children to Tour CU-Boulder Space Center - Dec. 11 (story)
  • Colorado Photonics Industry Thrives with Support from CU-Boulder - Nov. 30 (story)
  • ITLL Fall Design Expo to Showcase Student-Built Engineering Projects - Nov. 27 (story)
  • Memorial Service Set Dec. 5 for Richard Seebass, Former Dean of CU-Boulder Engineering College - Nov. 27 (story)
  • CU Engineering College Partners with Industry on Real Project Experience -Nov. 15 (story)
  • Former Dean of Engineering Richard Seebass Dies Tuesday - Nov. 14 (story)
  • Chemistry in the Kitchen to be Explored at Nov. 25 CU Wizards Show - Nov. 14 (story)
  • Search Committee Named for Dean of College of Engineering and Applied Science - Oct. 25 (story)
  • Underwater Breathing Apparatus Honored in Search for New Inventions - Oct. 20 (story)
  • BP Announces $10.6 Million Gift To the University of Colorado - Oct. 18
  • Corporate Express Executive Receives Entrepreneurship Award from CU-Boulder - Oct. 13 (story)
  • CU-Boulder, MentorNet Seek More Professionals for Electronic Mentoring Program - Oct. 11 (story)
  • CU Women in Engineering Sponsors Career Days for High School Women - Oct. 5 (story)
  • Front Range Homebuilder Creates Endowed Chair through Gift to CU-Boulder - Sept. 27 (story)
  • Berkeley Honors CU's Jacques Pankove As One of Four Technology Leaders - Sept. 18 (story)
  • National Science Foundation Awards CU-Boulder $6.1 Million for Information Technology Research - Sept. 13 (story)
  • SAE Chapter to Host "Buffalo Racing" Car Show - Sept. 7 (story)
  • Senior Vice President of IBM Research to Speak on Future of Technology - Sept. 6 (story)
  • CU Set to Fly Biomedical Experiments on September Space Shuttle Flight - Sept. 1 (story)
  • U.S. News Ranks CU-Boulder 26th Among Top Public Universities - Sept. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Dean Ross Corotis Resigns, Holds Business Challenge Professorship - Sept. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Names Kathryn Simon New Entrepreneurship Director - Aug. 29 (story)
  • New Material Could 'Revolutionize' Treatment of Broken Bones - Aug. 24 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Sponsored Research Up Again, Tops $214 Million Mark - Aug. 17 (story)
  • Aerospace Companies to Test CU's Citizen Explorer Satellite - Aug. 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering Names New Associate Dean - Aug. 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Dean Leads Workshop on Educational Reform - Aug. 4 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Chemical Engineering Professor Wins Teaching Scholar Award - July 20 (story)
  • CU Alumni at General Electric Contribute $74,000 to CU-Boulder - July 19 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Partners with NACME to Bring Diversity Scholarship Program West - July 10 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Women in Engineering Program Offers Energy Education Workshops for Girls - June 20 (story)
  • Expanded Success Institute Helps Rural and Minority Students Prepare for Engineering Careers - June 13 (story)
  • College of Engineering Pilots Middle School Honors Institute - June 7 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Civil Engineering Professor Awarded Glenn Murphy Chair - May 25 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Alumnus Jim Voss Slated for Shuttle Flight - May 18 (story)
  • Chemical Engineering Associate Professor Named Howard Hughes Medical Investigator - May 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder, Sun Microsystems Form Educational Partnership - May 8 (story)
  • College of Engineering to Break Ground on Discovery Learning Center Using GPS - May 3 (story)
  • National Conference to Focus on Discovery Learning, Intellectual Property, Industry Partnerships - May 3 (story)
  • Applicants Sought for CU-Boulder High School Honors Institute - April 28 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Citizen Explorer Satellite to Involve K-12 Students Around the World - April 28 (story)
  • Discovery Learning Center to House New Space Experiments Institute - April 28 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Students Aid Afghan Boy Injured in Bombing - April 25 (story)
  • Colorado Engineer Magazine Wins Six Awards at National Conference - April 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Honors Distinguished Engineers at Awards Banquet - April 14 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering Honors Stephen Bechtel - April 14 (story)
  • Colorado High School Students Build Boats and Launch Careers at 'Spring Fling 2000' - April 12 (story)
  • Six CU-Boulder Graduate Programs Cited Among Nation's Best in Magazine - March 30 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering College Hosts Gill Diversity Conference - March 24 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Awarded $220,000 from NSF for Scholarships - March 22 (story)
  • Engineering Dean Named to NIST Board of Assessment - March 17 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Center Appoints New Co-Director - March 15 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Student Teams to Test Devices in Zero Gravity Aboard NASA Jet - March 2 (story)
  • New Study Links High-Traffic Streets to Childhood Leukemia, Other Cancers - Feb. 29 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Students to Showcase Invention at Smithsonian - Feb. 25 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Professor Elected to National Academy of Engineering - Feb. 18 (story)
  • Astronaut, Congressman and Students To Give Space Exploration Program at CU - Feb. 8 (story)
  • Chemical Engineering Department Hosts Distinguished Biomaterials Lecturer - Feb. 7 (story)
  • Increased Production of Antibiotics in Space Reported by CU Researchers - Jan. 27 (story)

1999 News

  • Researchers Seek Answers to Combat World's Stressed Freshwater Supply - Dec. 15 (story)
  • Students Receive Top Awards for Research Presentations - Dec. 13 (story)
  • Minority Programs at CU-Boulder Showing Gains in Enrollment, Retention - Dec. 2 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Engineering Professor Named Among Top 100 Young Innovators - Nov. 24 (story)
  • Design Expo to Showcase Student-Built Engineering Projects - Nov. 23 (story)
  • Expert on Communications Standards to Speak at CU-Boulder - Nov. 12 (story)
  • Acoustical Technology Developed at CU-Boulder Helps Make Clean Water - Nov. 1 (story)
  • David Aragon Returns to CU-Boulder as Director of SEED Program - Oct. 28 (story)
  • Satellite Data on Ocean Topography Provides Clues to Hurricane Intensity - Oct. 15 (story)
  • The Kresge Foundation Awards Grant For CU-Boulder's Discovery Learning Center - Oct. 8 (story)
  • Quark Inc. Founder Tim Gill Receives Award from CU-Boulder College of Engineering - Oct. 5 (story)
  • Two CU-Boulder Students Receive Major National Awards - Sept. 27 (story)
  • Study Indicates Indian Ocean Monsoon Similar to El Nino Phenomenon in Pacific - Sept. 22 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Participates in Electronic Mentoring Program - Sept. 21 (story)
  • Women in Engineering Program Offers Career Days for High School Women - Sept. 17 (story)
  • State Biotechnology Conference Slated for CU-Boulder - Sept. 10 (story)
  • CU-Boulder College of Engineering Awarded $1.9 Million for MEMS Research - Sept. 9 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Career Services Holds Career Fair on Sept. 22  - Sept. 3 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Optoelectronic Experts Meet With Congressmen - Sept. 1 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Sponsored Research Awards Top $200 Million for the First Time - Aug. 24 (story)
  • College of Engineering Wins NSF Grant for Graduate K-12 Teaching Fellows Program - Aug. 19 (story)
  • College of Engineering Publishes Biography of Roland Rautenstraus - Aug. 12 (story)
  • Gore's Announcement to Release Arctic Reconnaissance Data to Benefit CU-Boulder - Aug. 6 (story)
  • Denver Businessman, CU-Boulder Alumnus Donates $1 Million to Construction Engineering and Management Program - July 16 (story)
  • CU-Boulder to Send Experiments Ranging from Ladybugs to Water Quality on NASA Shuttle - July 13 (story)
  • Denver Minority Middle School Students To Take Part in Hands-on Engineering at CU - July 2 (story)
  • CU-Boulder Women in Engineering Offers Energy Workshop for Girls - June 25 (story)
  • College of Engineering and Applied Science Set to Build Discovery Learning Center - June 3 (story)

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