News Releases

April 6, 1998

Factors that influence adolescents to begin smoking -- and factors that keep them from starting -- will be studied by University of Colorado at Boulder researchers with a $136,915 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

The study will be conducted by co-principal investigators Frances Costa and Richard Jessor of the Institute of Behavioral Science, along with research associate Mark Turbin.

April 6, 1998

CU-Boulder seismologist Roger Bilham, who appears in the popular IMAX movie "Everest," will give a free public lecture at 7:30 p.m. April 20 at the Boulder Public Library Auditorium.

A multi-media presentation of computer graphics, pictures and film will be shown while Bilham lectures about the building of the Himalayas and the high risk of catastrophic earthquakes in the region. A question-and-answer session will follow.

April 6, 1998

A University of Colorado at Boulder space shuttle payload designed primarily by students to analyze the gentle collisions of dust particles in space may shed new light on the sources of dust in planetary rings.

April 3, 1998

Tuesday, April 7, will be a lucky day for the students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado at Boulder. It’s the day KCNC-Channel 4 in Denver will deliver equipment worth a half-million dollars to the school.

NEWS 4 is placing six cameras with lenses and recorders and 11 editing decks on permanent loan to the journalism school in Macky Auditorium.

April 3, 1998

Emergency warning sirens and public address systems will be tested in the City of Boulder and on the University of Colorado at Boulder campus Monday, April 6, at 10 a.m., in a joint effort by CU-Boulder and the Boulder City-County Office of Emergency Management.

Outdoor sirens will sound for two minutes followed by a voice announcement stating, "This is a warning system test." No action or response is necessary during this exercise.

April 3, 1998

The University of Colorado at Boulder will be featured the week of April 13 in the "On-Campus" section of the Science Coalition web site, a comprehensive resource for information on federally funded research.

April 2, 1998

The CU Moving Company, a group of undergraduate and graduate dance majors at CU-Boulder who tour Colorado educating and entertaining school-age kids, will visit three Boulder-Denver area schools in April.

The 13-member CU Moving Company will present its combination class-performances at Niwot High School on April 7, Gold Hill Elementary School on April 14 and at the Denver School of the Arts on April 21.

April 2, 1998

A team led by the University of Colorado at Boulder has found new evidence that a faint, doughnut-shaped ring of interplanetary and interstellar dust some 700,000 miles in diameter is orbiting Jupiter.

April 1, 1998

The Graduate School of Business Association at CU-Boulder is hosting its 6th annual Barney Ford Benefit to raise money for scholarships that will build a more diverse student population.

This year’s event will be a beer tasting and silent auction at Trios Grille and Wine Bar in Boulder at Canyon Boulevard and Broadway from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, April 9. Tickets, which are available at the door, are $25 per person. All proceeds go to the Barney Ford Scholarship Fund.

April 1, 1998

Construction of a new humanities building at the University of Colorado at Boulder will be launched with groundbreaking ceremonies Thursday, April 2, on the campus’ historic Norlin Quadrangle.

The building, which will house classrooms and several humanities departments, is the first fully state-funded humanities facility at CU-Boulder since the Hellems Building was completed in 1921, according to Chancellor Richard L. Byyny. Most campus buildings have been built with a combination of funding sources, such as revenue bonds, private donations and other sources.

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