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New professor of Israel/Palestine studies to begin teaching

The fraught relationship between Israel and Palestine will get a dispassionate academic analysis on the subject beginning this spring at CU Boulder. Read more
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Major gift buttresses geology department’s stratospheric stature

Paul Rady’s loose connection with CU Boulder became considerably tighter when CU President Bruce Benson approached his friend about supporting an endowed faculty position in geology. Read more
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Once a frontier discipline, digital arts now well established at CU Boulder

People once spoke of “building the bike as we were trying to ride it.” Today, digital artists are defining the art as they create it, said Mark Amerika, founder of TECHNE Lab at CU Boulder. Read more
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Renewable energy goals can A) boost infrastructure or B) cut emissions

States working within our nation’s patchwork of Renewable Portfolio Standards apparently can’t have their cake and eat it too, according to a recent study. Read more
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Creative writing alums cultivate conjoined creativity

CU Boulder alumni David Gessner and Nina de Gramont have succeeded both as authors and teachers. Read more
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‘Til death do us part

New research from CU Boulder suggests that the quality of your marriage may be linked to how long you live. Read more
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