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Ethicist zeros in on ‘the hard problems of animal rights’

Nov. 29, 2022

Philosopher examines when it is—and isn’t—okay to hurt animals if it means helping other animals in need.

Randall Duncan in the field

GEO-VETS initiative funds military veteran’s research project

Nov. 11, 2022

Undergraduate awarded funds as a part of an effort to encourage research for student military veterans.

Illustration of Hands with Cogs

Digging deeper for answers to complex problems

Nov. 7, 2022

Map the System offers CU Boulder students the chance to present their ideas for addressing deeply rooted issues at an international competition sponsored by Oxford University.

Cells with nuclei in blue, energy factories in green and the actin cytoskeleton in red

L. Andrew Staehelin, CU Boulder molecular biologist, dies at 83

Oct. 5, 2022

Professor emeritus remembered for his ability to present important material expertly and for his humor, intelligence and interest in people

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Nightmare fairy tale

Sept. 9, 2022

CU Boulder alum’s Reddit horror story leads to major book and Netflix deal.

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Art scholar wants to make CU Boulder stand out in African diasporic studies

Sept. 8, 2022

New art and art history professor wants to use their research on ‘Black pleasure’ in art to increase its prominence in the field.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as performed by those with Aphasia

Scholars in speech therapy, theater help aphasia clients stage a play

Aug. 3, 2022

They perform 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' in second CU Boulder production, and speech therapist notes that doing this in front of an audience ‘just blows me away.’

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Professor, postdoc, grad student gear up to teach cutting-edge science in Estonia

Aug. 1, 2022

CU Boulder neuroscientist will spend much of August helping European high school students learn the finer points of gene manipulation in prairie voles

Emma Gomez Martinez Park Sign

Students reveal the history behind Boulder’s park names

July 14, 2022

CU Boulder’s Department of History partnered with Boulder Parks and Recreation to assess the names of their 82 parks and learn what stories the park names were celebrating, what stories might be missing and how the park names reflect the Boulder community’s values today.

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Poet Noah Eli Gordon dies at 47

July 13, 2022

Associate professor of English and associate chair for creative writing hailed as ‘charismatic,’ ‘irreplaceable,’ and a ‘great poet and fine teacher’

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