Horses running in Patagonian field by lake

Anthropologist finds that South American cultures quickly adopted horses

Dec. 14, 2023

Assistant Professor William Taylor’s new study offers a telling glimpse into the lives of humans and horses in South America.

Amelia Dall signing brushing in ASL

Museum creates science teaching tools for deaf students

Aug. 24, 2023

CU Museum of Natural History launches pilot for science-education tools using American Sign Language

mayan artifact

Ghosts, global warming and hunter-gatherers

June 15, 2023

A recently published paper co-authored by CU Boulder’s Fernando Villanea offers new insights into what happened to the populations of Central Mexico a millennium ago.

Image of Mycenaean art

Archaeologist, classicist wins NEH fellowship

April 4, 2023

Dimitri Nakassis, classics professor and former ‘genius grant’ winner, lands support from National Endowment for the Humanities to complete paradigm-shifting study of ancient Greece.

Researcher on top of concrete block submerged in the ocean.

A Lesson from the Past?

Dec. 20, 2022

Marine concrete from the Roman empire has proven to stand the test of time—and offers insights into ways to combat rising sea levels now.