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Unselfish leadership key to tackling creeping environmental problems

Oct. 15, 2020

Voluntary leaders show a way out of the policy paradox surrounding issues like climate change, new CU Boulder study finds

Vote yard sign

The Upside of Yard Signs

Sept. 16, 2020

New research suggests these simple, century-old campaign tools matter — often in a good way.

United Nations

Good news: U.N. peacekeepers do, in fact, reduce conflict

Sept. 16, 2020

Filling a scholarly vacuum, CU Boulder political scientist and co-authors measure the efficacy of peacekeeping missions.

Peacekeeping in the midst of War

Peacekeeping in the Midst of War

April 3, 2020

Peacekeeping in the Midst of War

Eli Lieberman

Alumnus has become a real force for nature

Feb. 21, 2020

Eli Lieberman is applying his political science degree as sustainable energy coordinator for the state of Washington.

memorial

Message for 9/11 fallen: Keep Calm and Go Buffs

Oct. 8, 2019

"At least one day a year we make sure that they are not just remembered, but also are singled out not to be forgotten,” alumnus says.

cell phone

CU Boulder grad licks problem of slippery cell phones

June 14, 2019

Her invention and new company, CatTongue Grips, was born because no other product offered grippiness without scratching

Markos

Lawyer, political science grad leaps into kelp farming

May 8, 2019

‘Kelp is the future of feeding the world,’ says Markos Scheer, as he launches what he believes will be the largest U.S. kelp farm.

accountability

Research asks: Do voters hold elected officials accountable?

April 25, 2019

Answer, not so much, according to a trio of researchers including CU Boulder political scientist.

Women

When more women are decision-makers, the environment wins

March 21, 2019

When more women are involved in group decisions about land management, the group conserves more – particularly when offered financial incentives to do so, new research suggests.

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