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Scholar wins top award in Medieval studies

Feb. 19, 2018

Brian Catlos is this year’s recipient of the Haskins Medal for his book Muslims of Medieval Latin Christendom, c. 1050-1614.

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CU Boulder scholars to lead effort analyzing China's huge infrastructure push

Feb. 14, 2018

China is launching huge infrastructure projects as a way to broaden its global influence. For scholars at CU Boulder, this trend raises new questions they aim to address with support from the Henry Luce Foundation.

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CU Boulder historian takes charge of Slavery Images website

Feb. 14, 2018

Henry Lovejoy, assistant professor of history at the University of Colorado Boulder, has been named the new director of slaveryimages.org.

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CU Boulder to help boost 'active learning' in STEM education

Feb. 6, 2018

The University of Colorado Boulder has been chosen by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) to help lead the SEMINAL project—a study funded by the National Science Foundation researching how to best incorporate “active learning” into math classrooms.

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Will money make treadmills move?

Dec. 22, 2017

Doctoral candidate wins Visionary Grant to determine if timely monetary incentives encourage exercise as well as they foster better eating habits.

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Outstanding graduate conducted novel research on learning

Dec. 22, 2017

Do you learn more if you study for hours without breaks or if you take short study breaks every so often? That question not only occurred to Robert Mason Eastwood but also formed the basis of his honors thesis.

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2 CU Boulder faculty named 2017 National Academy of Inventors fellows

Dec. 19, 2017

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) named two CU Boulder faculty members to its class of fellows for 2017.

Markusen at his retirement party

Distinguished professor of economics retires, looks back on storied career

Nov. 27, 2017

James Markusen looks back on his illustrious career, the state of higher education and his retirement plans.

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Adam Bradley's Laboratory for Race & Popular Culture contributes: 'Colorado's New Prison-Gang Program Draws From Inmate Efforts'

Nov. 22, 2017

This time Dotson sought outside help, including Adam Bradley, an English professor at the University of Colorado Boulder and founder of the school’s Laboratory for Race & Popular Culture (RAP Lab). Bradley had learned of Dotson’s work through the director of a prisoner advocacy group and reached out to the inmate.

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CU names 3 Boulder faculty members distinguished professors

Nov. 16, 2017

Three CU Boulder faculty members are newly designated distinguished professors, the highest honor awarded to faculty across the CU system’s four campuses.

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