Grego

History grad student wins prestigious fellowship

May 29, 2018

Caroline Grego, who is pursuing her PhD in history at CU Boulder, has won a prestigious fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies.

Gia

Cellular cartographer Voeltz named HHMI investigator

May 23, 2018

Intro-to-biology textbooks images are changing because of her work. Now, CU Boulder cellular cartographer Gia Voeltz joins the ranks of researchers named Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators.

taylor

Ornithologist wins young investigator’s award

May 23, 2018

The American Ornithological Society has honored Assistant Professor Scott A. Taylor with the 2018 Ned K. Johnson Young Investigator Award.

libraries

Library archives celebrate a century at CU Boulder

May 23, 2018

The library archives were established a century ago at the University of Colorado Boulder, and Friends of the Libraries is having a celebration.

ahn-luger

National Academy of Sciences inducts two CU Boulder professors

May 8, 2018

CU Boulder professors Natalie Ahn and Karolin Luger have been inducted into the National Academy of Sciences, an honor that recognizes "distinguished and continuing achievements in original research."

marcia douglas

Marcia Douglas publishes "Becoming the Brown Girl in the Ring" in The New York Review of Books

May 7, 2018

Marcia Douglas recently published 'Becoming the Brown Girl in the Ring' in The New York Review of Books.

math

Scholar recognized for math-education excellence

April 27, 2018

Eric Stade is the newest recipient of the American Mathematical Society’s Award for Impact in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics.

Ahn Kapteyn

Professors honored for work in cell signals, ultrafast lasers

April 20, 2018

Two CU Boulder professors are among the latest group of scientists, politicians, artists and more elected to the American Academy of Arts and Science.

Dance

Dancer takes a bite out of the Big Apple

April 18, 2018

Gesel Mason's performance of “No Boundaries: Dancing the Visions of Contemporary Black Choreographers” at the Billie Holiday Theater made The New York Times' top 10 list.

Serene

CU Boulder student awarded prestigious Truman Scholarship

April 15, 2018

Serene Singh, a CU Boulder junior majoring in political science and journalism and minoring in leadership studies, has won a prestigious Truman Scholarship, an honor that brings with it up to $30,000 for graduate study, priority admission at graduate institutions and intensive leadership training for careers in public service.

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