NASA scientists including Kellogg integrating some equipment

NASA-scientist alumnus takes quantum leap to ‘far-out science’

Jan. 10, 2022

Physics grad talks astronauts through installation and upgrades of ultracold experimental laboratory based on CU Boulder research

Coral rescue

Student cares for Caribbean corals at a Colorado ‘ark’

Dec. 15, 2021

CU Boulder undergraduate joins an innovative effort to rescue dying coral reef and bring it back from the brink of extinction

Nicholas Turco

With 20k award, undergrad advances inclusion in sports

Dec. 1, 2021

CU Boulder undergraduate creates scholarship to elevate LGBTQ+ inclusion in sport.

Tribe Flag

Native American grad student wins critical acclaim, support

Nov. 30, 2021

The competitive scholarship recognizes students who ‘want to contribute an Indigenous voice in the field of archaeology’

Two students with a mannequin

Rigorous skill-building is just the first act for theatre and dance students

Nov. 17, 2021

Whether it’s utilizing the costume shop, scene shop or the movement studio, theatre and dance students are putting what they learn in the classroom to practice

Supernova 1987a

Astrophysicist, STEM-education pioneer Richard McCray dies at 83

Nov. 4, 2021

‘Dick was my mentor and my collaborator,’ says education professor Valerie Otero, who credits McCray with keeping her, a first-generation, Hispanic woman, in physics

Max Goes to Town Cover

Cynthia Clark goes to town with her stories

Oct. 6, 2021

CU Boulder staffer and alum embraces avocation as a writer in later life.

Jungle Cruise Premiere

With fond look at yesterday, Disney exec eyes tomorrow

Sept. 23, 2021

CU Boulder alumnus Sean Bailey talks about his uncommon path from the ground floor to the heights of the entertainment field.

stethoscope stock photo

Scholarship, torn ACLs boost student’s resolve to be a physician’s assistant

Sept. 13, 2021

Kaiulani Pellerin is the first recipient of the John and Ann Harsh Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship

Side by Side was created by Beth Osnes, associate professor in theatre, and Rebecca Safran, associate professor in ecology and evolutionary biology, for underserved female-identifying or nonbinary students. Osnes and Safran hope that educating and empowering these students in STEM fields and in the arts will diversify approaches, perspectives and solutions to environmental challenges.

Teen birdwatchers turn research into performance art

Aug. 3, 2021

The Side by Side project teaches high school students about local birds’ ecosystems through performative arts and scientific observation.

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