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Sociologist explores the spiritual side of nurses’ care

May 16, 2023

Don Grant’s new book takes readers inside a hospital where nurses and others tending to patients are also navigating between science and spirituality.

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Karen Gebhardt wins national kudos for online teaching

May 16, 2023

CU Boulder faculty member recognized with national excellence in teaching award from a leading group for professional, continuing and online education.

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Mapping the Milky Way in a can of olive oil

May 16, 2023

Assistant Professor Meredith MacGregor and NIST Physicist Jake Connors taught their graduate students how to build and use radio horn antennas to locate neutral hydrogen in space.

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Pioneering biologist elected to National Academy of Sciences

May 12, 2023

Gia Voeltz, CU Boulder professor of molecular, cellular and developmental biology, changed the way we visualize cells.

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Rising star in physics was discouraged from studying physics

May 10, 2023

As a high school student, Morgan Knuesel was counseled to avoid a class in physics, because it was too ‘hard’; this week, she graduates with a degree in physics, summa cum laude, and is the 2023 outstanding graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Angela Y. Davis to address CU Boulder environmental studies graduates

May 9, 2023

Appearance of famed political activist, scholar and author reflects the department’s progress toward becoming ‘go-to place’ of interdisciplinary work at the nexus of humans and the environment, CU Boulder professor says.

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Course on science of happiness draws rave reviews

May 9, 2023

But June Gruber’s teaching, which recently won a Cogswell Award for Inspirational Instruction, doesn’t mean she shows students the path to unmitigated joy; on the contrary, the science of emotional wellness is more nuanced.

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Chemist, classicist earn prestigious Guggenheim Fellowships

May 3, 2023

Gordana Dukovic and Elspeth Dusinberre win support to enlarge the frontiers of sustainable chemistry and knowledge of the ancient Phrygians, respectively.

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CU history professor named American Council of Learned Societies fellow

May 3, 2023

Scholar to use award to finish book project on how African Americans have retained Black Civil War memories.

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CU Boulder grad student named 2023 fellow by sustainable energy group

May 2, 2023

Serena Lipari-DiLeonardo named a Rudd Mayer Fellow by Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy.

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