Cassandra Brooks posing for a photo in Antarctica with penguins behind her.

Fish ear bones hold clues to Antarctic Ocean health

May 26, 2022

Assistant professor Cassandra Brooks has received an NSF CAREER award, the organization recently announced.

A group of audience watch video at the Fiske Planetarium of CU Boulder.

Fiske Planetarium, emeritus prof awarded $2 million NASA grant

May 23, 2022

This grant will be used to produce full dome videos that will educate the public on NASA’s latest scientific endeavors including two upcoming solar eclipses.

William Wei

CU Boulder history professor named a 2022 Asian American Hero of Colorado

May 16, 2022

William Wei will be honored on May 21 for his contributions to the Asian American community.

Illustration of people learning English.

Linguist to help guide global English language learning body

May 10, 2022

CU Boulder’s Rai Farrelly hopes to use the board of directors position for TESOL International Organization to make English a more all-encompassing, all-inclusive language

Kavya Kannan posing for a photoshoot.

Graduate completes triple major while leading student government

May 3, 2022

Kavya Kannan graduates with a BA in political science summa cum laude and with majors in economics and international affairs; she is the A&S outstanding graduate for spring 2022.

An image of a series of book covers authored by Linda Hogan

Celebrated poet, prof emerita to win honorary degree

April 29, 2022

CU Boulder professor emerita and poet Linda Hogan will be given an honorary Doctor of Letters for her record of achievement, commitment and compassion.

Old Main

Seventeen students are named 2022 Van Ek Scholars

April 28, 2022

The award, considered one of the College of Arts and Sciences' highest honors, is given to students for academic achievement and service

Christine Jorgensen

Gender and sexuality studies professor wins fellowship at National Humanities Center

April 25, 2022

Emmanuel David will use the fellowship to explore a little-known performance tour of Christine Jorgensen, a pioneer of the transgender movement, across Asia and the Pacific in the 1960s.

Image of Pamela Harvey

Life scientist wins first Cogswell Award for Inspirational Instruction

April 15, 2022

Pamela Harvey, teaching associate professor, recognized for the passion and effectiveness of her teaching.

Honors Residential Academic Program students in Smith Hall use artwork to demonstrate diversity, inclusivity and community.​

Students, staff, others honored for diversity work

April 14, 2022

Recipients, chosen by faculty committee, ‘work tirelessly and most times in the dark’ for diversity and inclusion.

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