"Stop the Steal" sign

Republicans lost faith in 2020 election results. Fox News played pivotal role

Dec. 3, 2021

A new CU Boulder study shows that in the days following the 2020 presidential election, Republicans grew increasingly doubtful that the vote count was legitimate. Regardless of party, the more an individual trusted and consumed Fox News, the less faith they had in the electoral process.

Mountains with Jennifer Ho's face in front

Upcoming CMCI One College Colloquium offers insight into wave of anti-Asian racism during pandemic

Nov. 23, 2021

The College of Media, Communication and Information invites you to join the conversation about anti-Asian racism with Professor Jennifer Ho during its upcoming One College Colloquium.

Economic Graphs

Why it’s time to stop defining a nation’s success through economic growth

Nov. 19, 2021

A new paper out of the CU Boulder argues it may be time to stop hyper-focusing on economic growth as a leading indicator of a society’s success, because we may be headed for a long-run decline in growth this century, whether we like it or not.

Bush Baby

Female bushbabies more stressed, may be more vulnerable to changing environment

Nov. 10, 2021

Life isn't always easy for small primates in the Soutpansberg Mountains of South Africa––foraging for food, contending with cold temperatures and fighting off rivals. A new study explores how they may weather the environmental changes ahead.

Youth Protest

CU Boulder, UN Human Rights to co-host global climate summit next fall

Nov. 4, 2021

The summit, expected to be held in late fall 2022, is designed to engage human rights, scientific, political, educational, cultural and industry leaders to commit to specific goals

Members of the 117th Congress of the United States are sworn in at the Capitol in January 2021.

Women politicians drive spending on education and health care—to a point

Oct. 28, 2021

As women gain more power in national legislatures around the world, they may drive major changes in how their countries spend money. But the relationship is complicated, researchers say.

Reiland and Echchaibi in conversation

Colloquium to give inside look at new Center for African and African American Studies

Oct. 22, 2021

CMCI will feature the new Center for African and African American Studies in a conversation between the center's founding director Reiland Rabaka and Associate Professor Nabil Echchaibi.

Chang'e 5 landing site on the moon.

First moon rocks in 45 years fill gap in lunar history

Oct. 13, 2021

China's Chang'e 5 mission landed in a region of the moon more than 850 miles from the nearest Apollo landing site. The rocks the mission collected are raising questions about how lava flowed across the lunar surface 2 billion years ago.

Begonia

My Manabe Begonia

Oct. 8, 2021

CIRES fellow and Associate Professor Jennifer Kay discusses the influence of Syukuro “Suki” Manabe, who this week was named a Nobel Prize laureate in physics.

Amy Dunbar-Wallis of the Boulder Apple Tree Project and two students hold up a grafted apple tree specimen.

Participate in a historic (and tasty) science project this fall

Sept. 23, 2021

Join the Boulder Apple Tree Project this weekend to help preserve a unique local legacy, taste test apples and learn about the history of apple trees in the Front Range.

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