Some arid lands in the American West degraded by military exercises that date back to General George Patton’s Word War II maneuvers in the Mojave Desert should get a boost from an innovative research project led by CU-Boulder Assistant Professor Nichole Barger.
The so called "fiscal cliff," a $600 billion tax increase scheduled to take effect along with mandatory spending cuts at the start of the new year, could be one of the most important economic events for any president in the last 70 years.
In the search for global understanding, social norms are challenged, historical stereotypes are confronted and cultural barriers are broken down. Captured here in snapshots, the journey can reaffirm the learning process at hand through intercultural experiential education.
Jay Kaplan, an economist at CU-Boulder, analyzes tax plans proposed by Pres. Obama and Gov. Romney.
Two CU-Boulder students, a Democrat and a Republican, talk about the the different economic, education and unemployment plans offered by President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney.
Video produced by CU-Boulder Michael Schwartz, senior broadcast production.
Scott Bruce, associate professor of history at CU-Boulder, talks about the origins of Halloween and how trick or treating came about.
Addressing global challenges like climate change is an everday action for the CU-Boulder community including a number of approaches both on and off campus. For more information visit Learn More About Climate -- an initiative that localizes
When it comes to landing “good paying” jobs and receiving a high return on investment, University of Colorado Boulder graduates are in good shape nationally, according to two recent reports.
David J. Wineland, a lecturer in the University of Colorado Boulder physics department, has won the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics.