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Center wins $1 million grant to improve K-12 school safety

Dec. 31, 2019

New grant will allow CU Boulder researchers to formally evaluate Colorado’s school safety protocol and training program


Distinguished biologist advocates graduate-school reforms

Sept. 12, 2019

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

Sept. 12, 2019

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’

Sept. 12, 2019

Carole Newlands talks about being named a Distinguished Professor, why to study classics and how Ovid matters today.


Immigration is central issue for new state historian

Aug. 31, 2019

The topic is timely and important, but discussions about it are mired in ideology and falsehoods, says William Wei, CU Boulder and state historian.


Pulitzer-winning historian gets NEH award for book on Sacagawea

Aug. 29, 2019

CU Boulder’s Elizabeth ‘Lil’ Fenn is one of 15 intellectuals nationwide to receive a Public Scholar award.

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New course teaches keys to wellness, academic success

Aug. 2, 2019

ARSC 1550 looks to help incoming freshmen learn how to be healthier and happier students.

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Planetary scientist honored for his cosmic perspective

July 23, 2019

A CU Boulder planetary scientist is this year’s recipient of the Richard H. Emmons award for ‘extraordinary teaching’

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Grant-writing boot camp pays off for social sciences

June 11, 2019

Four workshop participants win big National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

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La fluidité du texte

June 4, 2019

CU Boulder’s Julie Carr wins award for translation of poetry about unrest in 1968 France.