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Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine
Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine
Covering the university's first and largest college.
Hong Kong rages against the dying light, expert says
Historian to speak at CU Boulder Oct. 23 on protests against growing control by China.
Experts see hope despite grim climate projections
CU Boulder and NOAA scientists join panel discussion following Boulder screening of Ice on Fire, an HBO documentary.
What’s the devil got to do with us today?
Plenty, says Princeton University professor, who will discuss Satan’s role in human history at CU Boulder.
Students root down to rise up
"I make it a point to spend time with students outside of class. I love developing those relationships and yoga is one of the ways to do that.”
Instructors improve the accessibility of geology
CU Boulder geologists are addressing one of their field’s big struggles, accommodating people with physical limitations.
A volcanic eruption in Russia causes purple sunsets in North America
Now we know that natural and industrial emissions from one continent can be seen and felt on distant continents. Distant emissions become local visions and inhalations.
More Recent News Stories
Evidence of climate-driven conflicts is piling up
Climate has played a small but important role in fueling civil wars and other conflicts, CU Boulder and other researchers find.
If your sleep is out of whack, so are you
The CU Scientist Cracking the Love Code
Is climate change fueling civil war?
Learning about social justice from the inside out
News from CU Boulder Today
Schools of molecular ‘fish’ could one day improve display screens
Researchers are using a type of material called liquid crystals to create incredibly small, swirling schools of “fish.”
Campus Q&A: Get an update on graduate task force recommendations, current issues
Dissertation writing tailored to personality and values
Evolutionary biologist nabs fellowship to study collaborative ocean organisms
Facial recognition software has a gender problem
Read more at CU Boulder Today
Honoring a visionary, lost too soon
New endowed fund will support physics fellowships in honor of the late Deborah Jin.
Donors, scholarship recipients say awards benefit both parties
‘Because of you, I’ve gotten the opportunity to really experiment and create freely,’ student tells benefactors.
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.
More Donors News
Message for 9/11 fallen: Keep Calm and Go Buffs
"At least one day a year we make sure that they are not just remembered, but also are singled out not to be forgotten,” alumnus says.
Visionary hopes to improve eyesight for millions
Alumnus’ ski trip inspires an insight that could help give the world’s poor better vision.
From ‘major identity crisis’ to career fulfillment
“I began feeling pressure about what I wanted to do when I graduated, and I started to question if my psych degree would get me there,” says alum who stayed the course and succeeded.
More Alumni Stories
Distinguished biologist advocates graduate-school reforms
Min Han talks about being named a Distinguished Professor, what qualities mark the best scientists, and the benefit of flexible thinking and nimble work.
NASA, NOAA, others are nation's ‘crown jewels,’ scientist says
Mark Serreze talks about being named a Distinguished Professor, how he got interested in the cryosphere, and why you should care about snow and ice.
‘Classics helps us understand who and why we are’
Carole Newlands talks about being named a Distinguished Professor, why to study classics and how Ovid matters today.
Books from our faculty
Cracking the nest egg: when governments mess with pensions
In studying countries that privatized their social-security programs, Sarah Wilson Sokhey discovered that many post-communist countries ended up reversing their policy changes for short-term political or financial reasons.
Let Us Now Praise Famous Gullies
Providence Canyon and the Soils of the South About the book : Providence Canyon State...
Yorùbá Kingship in Colonial Cuba during the Age of Revolutions About the book : This...
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#1 in the World In Geosciences -U.S. News & World Report
#1 ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2018 - Earth Sciences
Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Recently Interviewed by A & S Magazine, Will Give a Talk on Hong Kong this Wednesday, October 23
Endorsement of the SCS Board of Directors' letter of concern regarding the Paideia Institute
Students get to watch 'Game of Thrones' for class
CAS Marks 20 Years at CU Boulder
Former Political Science Department PhD Students Publish Book
New publications from the China Made project
Sub-2 marathon barrier could fall this weekend, study suggests
Spend Maymester in Asia! Participate in a Global Seminar
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