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College announces inaugural class of social justice scholars

July 1, 2022

This new program, headed up by the social sciences division, recognizes students that are taking a stand

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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

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Mathematicians win prestigious NSF CAREER Awards

March 15, 2022

CU Boulder’s Agnès Beaudry and Sean O’Rourke will use the support to advance homotopy theory and random matrix theory.

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Alumnae skirt convention

March 7, 2022

Two graduates recall when they were the only female math undergrads at CU Boulder.


Mathematician’s dissertation wins top prize in logic

Jan. 24, 2022

Marcos Mazari-Armida, a postdoctoral researcher at CU Boulder, wins 2021 Sacks Prize from the Association of Symbolic Logic

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Mathematician, physicist win junior faculty development award

July 16, 2021

CU Boulder’s Kyle Luh and Shuo Sun recognized as emerging leaders in their fields.

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Seventeen students are named 2021 Van Ek Scholars

May 12, 2021

This year’s recipients of the notable College of Arts and Sciences’ award are especially distinct, the chair of the award committee notes Seventeen exceptional undergraduates are this year’s recipients of the Jacob Van Ek scholarship, one of the College of Arts and Sciences’ highest honors. The award recognizes faculty-nominated students...

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Students, staff and faculty honored for diversity efforts

April 7, 2021

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

Created by Daniel Martin and Katherine Stange at ICERM’s Fall 2019 semester, Illustrating Mathematics.

CU Boulder mathematicians named Simons Fellows in Mathematics

April 6, 2021

Support aims to allow scholars to focus solely on research for the ‘long periods often necessary for significant advances in their disciplines’.

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Mathematician on the front lines of Colorado’s coronavirus response

June 18, 2020

At the start of 2020, David Bortz, like most Coloradans, didn’t know what a coronavirus was. For the last few months, tracking this virus is practically his full-time job.