Lebourgois

Monique LeBourgeois, pioneering sleep researcher, dies

Jan. 4, 2024

Her pivotal research advanced our understanding of sleep and circadian physiology in early childhood.

Suter

Counting to three and then flying

Jan. 2, 2024

Neuroscience and art practices major Rachel Suter joins The Ampersand podcast to discuss saying ‘Why not?’ and stepping into the unknown .

Ruth Ellen Kocher

Distinguished professor receives 2023 Excellence in Leadership Award

Dec. 14, 2023

Ruth Ellen Kocher, a CU Boulder distinguished professor of English, earns the CU system award in recognition of her work advancing diversity, equity and inclusion practices across campus.

Phillipson

Paul Phillipson, physics department's first biophysicist, dies at 90

Nov. 30, 2023

Jessor

Eight decades later, Marine (and distinguished professor) to revisit Iwo Jima

Nov. 1, 2023

Richard Jessor, CU Boulder distinguished professor of behavioral science and co-founder of IBS, records an oral history with the National World War II Museum and will return to the island in March, on the 79th anniversary of the battle.

Child in the Red Army uniforms

Russia retools Soviet propaganda against Ukraine, expert says

Aug. 8, 2023

In her master’s thesis, CU grad student highlights how the current Russian regime is making use of Soviet narratives and symbols to justify its war with Ukraine.

the thinker

Prof set to lead the American Philosophical Association

July 18, 2023

Bob Pasnau, CU Boulder professor of philosophy, outlines some of his goals upon becoming the APA’s Central Division president while also making a case for the value of studying philosophy in college.

screen shot

Pioneering biologist elected to National Academy of Sciences

May 12, 2023

Gia Voeltz, CU Boulder professor of molecular, cellular and developmental biology, changed the way we visualize cells.

Kitsch

Professor Emeritus Walter Kintsch passes away at 90

April 28, 2023

Walter Kintsch, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, passed away on March 24, 2023, at the age of 90.

Image of Rita Garson in Greece

Five decades after starting college, tenacious student to graduate

April 13, 2023

Rita Garson, now 76, will celebrate her special day at CU Boulder with her sister, adult children and grandchildren, two of whom are also alumni.

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