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.


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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Does the sweet seduction of flavored tobacco make quitting harder?

May 2, 2023

Study led by CU Boulder researcher finds that flavored-tobacco products reduce likelihood of later cessation, but researchers say more investigation is needed.

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‘We are in a precarious moment, not an unprecedented one’

April 27, 2023

Celeste Montoya, hailed for her work to advance diversity, equity and inclusion, reflects on DEI initiatives and current political challenges.

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Scholar highlights history of U.S. South Asians who were barred and repressed

April 27, 2023

CU Boulder professor wins award for article showing how 1917 U.S. immigration law conjoined anti-Asian and antiradical politics.


How art can mobilize ‘preventive publics’ against barbarism

April 27, 2023

CU Boulder art history professor explores how art can create community to counter violence.

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Applied mathematician wins high honor

April 25, 2023

James Meiss named a fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, which recognizes those who made ‘outstanding contributions’ to the field.