red fire ant

Following fire ants on the march

March 27, 2024

Landscape corridors can aid in fire ant spread, but the effects are transient, CU Boulder researcher Julian Resasco shows.

Stephen Graham Jones and cover of The Angel of Indian Lake

Writing a final girl’s last stand

March 25, 2024

The Angel of Indian Lake, book three of CU Boulder Professor Stephen Graham Jones’ Indian Lake Trilogy, comes out Tuesday.

Irene Blair

College of Arts and Sciences names dean of natural sciences

March 21, 2024

Irene Blair joins John-Michael Rivera and Sarah Jackson as the college’s deans of division.

soybean field and blue sky

Organic farms decrease and increase pesticide use, study finds

March 21, 2024

Responding to a pesky problem, a paper co-authored by PhD candidate Claire Powers offers a potential solution—clustering similar farming practices together.

Scratching a lottery ticket with a U.S. penny

You're (very likely) not going to win, so why play?

March 20, 2024

60 years after its legalization, people are still attracted to the lottery because of the strong emotions associated with imagining the future, CU Boulder psychologist says.

Mexican rodeo performer with horse

Lassoing light and capturing the magic between horse and rider

March 19, 2024

Alumnus and professional photographer Chris Sessions explains how one of his first photo assignments 30 years ago in a CU Boulder class evolved into a cultural art exhibit.

Reiland Rabaka speaking at a podium

CU Boulder professor recognized for work to build ‘the beloved community’

March 18, 2024

Boulder Chamber honors Reiland Rabaka with Impact Award at 2024 Celebration of Leadership.

Nick Romeo and "The Alternative" book cover

CU Boulder alum is challenging sacred economic shibboleths

March 14, 2024

Nick Romeo’s ‘The Alternative’ uses real-world examples to push back on ‘unempirical dogmas’ of modern economics.

Old Main and Flatirons blanketed in snow at sunrise

Awards recognize innovation in research, education and inclusivity

March 8, 2024

Second-annual Dean’s Innovation Fund awards a total of $200,000 to projects spanning the College of Arts and Sciences.

Doug Duncan and solar eclipse progression

Astronomer honored for heavenly solar-eclipse photos

March 7, 2024

The images were taken with a device that Doug Duncan invented to capture eclipses with a smartphone.