Campus News

Patient undergoes radiation treatment

Top research stories of the week: July 20 edition

July 20, 2017

This week's roundup features a discovery with potential implications for cancer patients; research that suggest opioids and obesity are to blame for rising mortality rate; and filings indicating continued state economic growth.Read more »
Heads Up Boulder crosswalk safety campaign sign

Crosswalk safety campaign to begin July 24

July 20, 2017

The city of Boulder will step up enforcement of traffic laws July 24 to 28. While spring and fall campaigns are in conjunction with CU Boulder, this summer effort will be more broad around the city.Read more »
outside view of the CU Boulder Champions Center

Athletic Hall of Fame to welcome 10 Buff legends

July 20, 2017

The 13th class to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame this November will feature 10 Golden Buffalo legends representative of eight sports, all of whom left indelible marks in their CU athletic careers.Read more »
Graduate students gather at David Ciplet's home to share podcasts

Student podcast series tells stories of inequality, struggle, transformation

July 19, 2017

CU Engage's Just Transition Collaborative is partnering with a local public radio station to offer a new radio/podcast series called "The Brink: stories of inequality, struggle and transformation."Read more »
Lynn R Wolfe

Faculty in Focus: Work still beckons soon-to-be centenarian artist

July 18, 2017

The Art and Art History Department is celebrating the life, work and hundredth birthday of one of its formative faculty members, Lynn R. Wolfe. An exhibition of Wolfe's work runs through Aug. 31.Read more »
Students participate in group exercise

Entrepreneurially minded students sought for Innovation Action Team

July 18, 2017

The CU Boulder Innovation Action Team is seeking entrepreneurially minded students from all majors to be part of a founding team of students to lead innovative efforts on campus.Read more »
Researchers analyze mouse

Top research stories of the week: July 13 edition

July 13, 2017

This week's top research shows failure to diagnose hearing loss in infants can create a secondary disability; and studying mice post-space travel could be the key to solving bone loss.Read more »
Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

A culture of collaboration: Moving us beyond compliance

July 13, 2017

I am asking the campus to take a collaborative and integrated approach as we work to break down silos and ensure good training related to the university’s response to sexual assault and intimate partner abuse.Read more »
Doctoral candidate Tim Passmore taking photos in Beirut

Q&A: Peacekeeping fieldwork on horizon for grad student with research award

July 7, 2017

Tim Passmore, the recipient of a Horowitz Foundation grant, discusses what's up next involving his study of how young and weak democracies can prevent military coups by committing to peacekeeping missions.Read more »
a glacier in Antarctica

Top research stories of the week: July 6 edition

July 6, 2017

This week's top research stories include black carbon concentrations in ice and snow ecosystems; the development of tools to generate virtual reality scents; and optimism among Colorado business leaders despite a slight dip in the economy.Read more »