Marcos Stuernagel, assistant professor of theatre, and colleagues at HemiPress are changing the ways academic work is published and performance is archived in the theatre and performance-related fields.
When Laurel Rasplica Rodd began studying Japanese language and culture, she was one of only about 7,000 students nationwide. Today, the United States has an estimated 200,000. At CU Boulder, Rodd helped fuel and meet the student demand.
When William Kristofer Buxton was in middle school, vocal nodules left him with “essentially no voice.” Now he's earning degrees in theatre and speech pathology, and he aims to pursue both paths in his career.
Three University of Colorado Boulder students are among 36 nationwide who have won 2017 Brooke Owens Fellowships for “exceptional undergraduate women” seeking careers in aviation and space exploration.
With environmental justice programs showing minimal success in bringing equality to low-income communities, Jill Harrison is actively exploring bureaucratic causes, and she has won a fellowship from American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), which will support her work.