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New certificate in STEM education gets high marks

Dec. 14, 2018

The new certificate will provide students from STEM majors with the skills to more effectively communicate STEM-related topics and collaborate with others.

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New professor of Israel/Palestine studies to begin teaching

Dec. 13, 2018

The fraught relationship between Israel and Palestine will get a dispassionate academic analysis on the subject beginning this spring at CU Boulder.

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Once a frontier discipline, digital arts now well established at CU Boulder

Dec. 10, 2018

People once spoke of “building the bike as we were trying to ride it.” Today, digital artists are defining the art as they create it, said Mark Amerika, founder of TECHNE Lab at CU Boulder.

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Renewable energy goals can A) boost infrastructure or B) cut emissions

Dec. 6, 2018

States working within our nation’s patchwork of Renewable Portfolio Standards apparently can’t have their cake and eat it too, according to a recent study.

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Theater student helps Egyptian women find and use a stronger voice

Dec. 3, 2018

Sarah Fahmy employs a novel strategy to encourage women to express themselves more fully; it combines methods developed by theater performers and by speech pathologists.

Photograph of the newly discovered warbler hybrid

Declining warblers making the best of bad situation

Dec. 3, 2018

The discovery of a rare three-species warbler hybrid suggests bird species in sharp decline are struggling to find suitable mates.

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There’s an art to helping students become citizens of the world

Nov. 28, 2018

First-Year Seminar taught by art professors aims to help students broaden their horizons even beyond the realm of art,

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Think the Bible is fully understood? CU scholar begs to differ

Nov. 28, 2018

In the wake of Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Sam Boyd, a CU Boulder scholar of Biblical studies, dove into the study of religious texts ‘so I know what I’m talking about.’

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CU Boulder pollster emphasizes need for rigor in political surveys

Nov. 28, 2018

Through creating a class centered around surveys from CU’s American Politics Research Lab, grad student teaches his students not only to think critically about politics and survey design, but also how to analyze the data of a large-scale poll.

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Students make rhyme and reason of the Periodic Table

Nov. 27, 2018

Danny Long’s students are getting a hands-on lesson in attention to detail as they compose, typeset and hand-print 118 poems for the elements of the Periodic Table.

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