Deborah Jin

Honoring a visionary, lost too soon

March 25, 2019

New endowed fund will support physics fellowships in honor of the late Deborah Jin.

Ghadessi

Donors, scholarship recipients say awards benefit both parties

Feb. 27, 2019

‘Because of you, I’ve gotten the opportunity to really experiment and create freely,’ student tells benefactors.

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Major gift buttresses geology department’s stratospheric stature

Dec. 10, 2018

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.

Rowe

Alum will support students of the (far) distant future

Sept. 5, 2018

After spending considerable effort trying to stay in Boulder for the long term, Courtney Rowe has also found a way to leave a little bit of herself behind when she’s gone—long gone.

Rock

Scholarship recipients thank donors, in person, for their help

May 22, 2018

Peter Rock is among scores of students whose tuition costs have been reduced thanks to donors and among the scholarship recipients and scholarship donors who recently shared lunch and conversation.

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Physician’s gratitude, desire to help is bone deep

April 25, 2018

One visit to a hospital operating room was all it took for Alex Meininger to choose a career path.

Shark

CU Art Museum acquires the Sharkive, nationally celebrated print collection

Feb. 21, 2018

The Beatles split up, but the Rolling Stones were still packing Wembley’s Empire Pool. This was London in the early 1970s, and Bud Shark had come to make art.

Dusinberre

Cogswell award to recognize inspiration in CU classrooms

Nov. 30, 2017

The award will be available to anyone who teaches at the university, whether a full professor, a student teacher, a graduate assistant or an adjunct professor.

esmeralda

Ethnic studies major finds support, belonging on campus

Nov. 1, 2017

Higher education has always been important to Esmeralda Castillo-Cobian, an ethnic studies major at the University of Colorado Boulder. But coming from a low-income family, she sometimes felt that college was out of reach.

Trotsky

Depression-era shortstop catches good fortune, passes it on

Aug. 29, 2017

Skim milk was 10 cents a gallon, and spaghetti was cheap. “So, we had a lot of skim milk, and we ate a lot of spaghetti”—with no sauce.

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