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Innovation Incubator helping transform teaching, learning

March 6, 2023

After a successful three-year trial run, the program is being made permanent with the goal of further innovating cross-discipline teaching in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Study: High crime raises diabetes risk

March 6, 2023

Genes matter, says CU Boulder’s Jason Boardman, but so does the environment.


Buffs All In, CU Boulder's inaugural giving day, is March 8

March 3, 2023

If you’re all in for shaping future leaders, fostering innovation and helping humanity, then get ready to team up with fellow Forever Buffs to support CU Boulder’s people, programs and trailblazing spirit. Gifts at every level will make all the difference.

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Vast majority of students were up for the mask

Feb. 23, 2023

Study finds those on CU Boulder and CSU campuses showed high levels of mask use and positive attitudes about masks during pandemic.

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Physicists win prestigious Sloan Fellowships

Feb. 22, 2023

Orit Peleg and Shuo Sun are among 125 early-career scholars who represent ‘the most promising scientific researchers working today.’

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As all things Nordic become chic, scholar steps in

Feb. 21, 2023

Through scholarship and a popular podcast, CU Boulder professor Mathias Nordvig brings the Viking Age to the 21st century

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Historian’s work on mindful, medieval monks gets rave reviews

Feb. 21, 2023

CU Boulder alumna Jamie Kreiner shares ‘medieval cognitive practices’ with her students.

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Having built a business in Russia, alum fled as war began

Feb. 15, 2023

Benjamin Lourie’s career has made twists and turns, taking him to outer Mongolia and back to Moscow, where he opened a Tex-Mex restaurant near Red Square—two weeks before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.


Outstanding prof touts research of ‘weird’ systems

Feb. 15, 2023

Karolin Luger is one of a select group of professors to be recognized as a Distinguished Professor, the highest honor bestowed upon faculty members.

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Professor aims to comfort, protect students in wake of Club Q killings

Feb. 14, 2023

Kristie Soares, assistant professor of women and gender studies and co-director of the LGBTQ Certificate Program, outlines resources, safe spaces and people’s varying experience of grief.