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Alternative energy in Chile? That's the unique focus of Judd Rogers' work after a diverse set of experiences at CU-Boulder.

A University of Colorado Boulder-led study appears to answer contentious questions about the onset and cause of Earth’s Little Ice Age, a period of cooling temperatures that began after the Middle Ages and lasted into the late 19th century.

Why, for a decade, has CU-Boulder consistently ranked in the top four nationally for graduates serving in the Peace Corps? Students and the former director of the Peace Corps explained CU-Boulder's spirit and legacy of global civic engagement. 

For a decade, CU-Boulder has ranked in the top four nationally as a Peace Corps volunteer-producing school. 

Your food choice may not be as healthy as you think. New research by Donald Lichtenstein, CU-Boulder professor of the Leeds School of Business, reveals how food manufacturers are trying to make their products appear more nutritional.  It’s a tactic he calls the “Health Framing Effect.

CU-Boulder planetary scientist Larry Esposito talks about the Voyager missions.

CU-Boulder faculty members discuss the Journalism Plus curriculum and how it prepares students

Each year, thousands of CU-Boulder students, faculty and alumni engage in international studies, teaching, research and service.

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