Marshall Fire aftermath

Collaborators preserve voices from the fire

July 22, 2022

CU Boulder anthropology professor, students collaborate with local museum to preserve narratives from the devastating Marshall Fire.

Illustration of a sketched opened door

Students opening doors

June 22, 2022

Meet three CU Boulder students who are creating supportive, stronger communities by improving understanding, accessibility.

Menken during her time in Bangladesh

The Bangladesh miracle

Feb. 9, 2022

Decades-long CU Boulder-led study shows access to family planning shapes lives for generations.

zombies

Say hello to our Collective Nightmares in horror films

Oct. 27, 2021

CU Boulder sociologists who teach courses on the sociology of horror talk about their podcast, why horror films are popular and their favorite scary movies.

Data in Sweden

Transparency can make or break 'big data' regulation

Aug. 12, 2021

Anthropology professor discusses what we can learn from Sweden to protect our personal data

Dick Jessor

Shocked by battle of Iwo Jima, young scholar vowed to make a difference

July 30, 2021

Richard Jessor, distinguished professor of behavioral science and co-founder of IBS, retires after 70 years of service to CU Boulder.

Illustration of diversity in women

The Shecession: How the Pandemic Is Impacting Women’s Careers

July 26, 2021

What the pandemic revealed about gender inequalities—and what needs to change.

Michael Radelet

Is the end of the death penalty in sight?

April 8, 2021

On the eve of his retirement, sociology Professor Michael Radelet says ‘yes’.

Inspiration of buffalo in the stars

Three degrees of inspiration

March 1, 2021

Alumni are making a difference across the globe; meet a trio of them.

Coyote walking in the snow

Learning to live with fear

Jan. 25, 2021

Joanna Lambert’s research in evolutionary biology carries lessons for coexisting with coyotes, COVID-19 and each other.

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