News Releases

April 11, 2016

Not only does the promotion of diversity in the workplace not help executives in their performance evaluations, but the behavior actually hurts women and nonwhite executives, found a CU-Boulder study.

April 7, 2016

High-tech hardware designed and built at the University of Colorado Boulder will be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard the commercial SpaceX Dragon capsule on Friday, April 8.

April 7, 2016

America’s relatively slow economic growth can be accelerated, as it has been in the past, according to Brian Domitrovic, visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy at the University of Colorado Boulder.

April 7, 2016

David Ikenberry, dean of the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder, today announced the appointment of global business leader Michael P. Kercheval as executive director of the CU Real Estate Center (CUREC). The appointment is effective July 1.

April 7, 2016

Female scientists who have “feminine” traits such as longer hair and finer facial features are generally assumed to be non-scientists, a University of Colorado Boulder study has found.

April 6, 2016

The CU Museum of Natural History invites the public to learn about the fascinating world of butterflies and the extraordinary role they play in human life at the new “Becoming Butterflies” exhibit, opening Saturday, April 9 on the University of Colorado Boulder campus.

April 6, 2016

Today the Board of Regents of the University of Colorado approved a tuition and mandatory fees guarantee for resident students at the University of Colorado Boulder by a vote of 7-2.

April 5, 2016

Half of this year’s six Colorado-based winners of the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship attend the University of Colorado Boulder.

The scholarship is worth up to $7,500 and recognizes sophomores and juniors who have achieved high academic merit in math, science and engineering and who are expected to be leaders in their fields.

April 5, 2016

The bombardment of Mars some 4 billion years ago by comets and asteroids as large as West Virginia likely enhanced climate conditions enough to make the planet more conducive to life, at least for a time.

April 1, 2016

Monetary rewards for healthy behavior can pay off both in the pocketbook and in positive psychological factors like internal motivation, according to a new University of Colorado Boulder study.

While programs involving monetary incentives to encourage healthy behavior have become more popular in recent years, the evidence has been mixed as to how they can be most effective and how participants fare once the incentives stop, said CU-Boulder doctoral student Casey Gardiner, who led the new study.

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