In this Issue
Sean Wiese’s project for a computer science class last year has been developed into a software application now being used by a Boulder nonprofit, and also led to an internship for Wiese with the nonprofit.
As a child, Deborah Jin remembers going to company holiday parties where most of the attendees were men and they assumed she must be there because of her physicist father. But they were mistaken. She was there because of her physicist mother.
Even with what could be described as the weight of the world resting on their shoulders, today’s college students seem unwilling to succumb to their generation’s greatest challenge—climate change.
Max Boykoff, University of Colorado Boulder assistant professor of environmental studies, researches cultural and societal adaption to climate change, but some of his most telling discoveries are in his interactions with students.