Todd J. Zywicki

Todd Zywicki named new visiting scholar in conservative thought, policy

June 6, 2023

Todd J. Zywicki, George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law at the George Mason University Antonin Scalia School of Law, will join the Bruce D. Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization at the University of Colorado Boulder as the Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy for fall 2023.


Eyeing environmental issues through a camera lens

June 6, 2023

In her latest research, contemporary art history professor examines where art and environmental activism connect.

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‘Classroom in the sky’ inspires generations of researchers, students

June 2, 2023

As the Mountain Research Station celebrates turning 100, a look back on its history—and toward its future.


Large or small, nuclear war would wreak havoc on the ocean

May 31, 2023

Study finds that the ocean could never fully recover if a nuclear war were to break out.

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Profs win support to study China’s infrastructure, West African theater

May 30, 2023

Fulbright Global Scholar Awards will enable Tim Oakes of geography and Brian Valente-Quinn of French to spend up to a year in travel, study, research and teaching.

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Historian hones website focused on African slaves who were ‘liberated’ but not freed

May 25, 2023

CU Boulder’s Henry Lovejoy updates, which highlights a largely forgotten period of time in the history of African diaspora.

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CU social ecologist wins prestigious Early Career Fellowship

May 24, 2023

Karen Bailey will present her work on the fraught relationship between elephant and human communities in Thailand when she receives her award at the Ecological Society of America 2023 Annual Meeting.

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Why are pink spring beauties varying shades of pink?

May 17, 2023

Pink spring beauties are ephemerals that sustained the earliest Americans, and selection pressure may hold the clue to color variation.

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Sociologist explores the spiritual side of nurses’ care

May 16, 2023

Don Grant’s new book takes readers inside a hospital where nurses and others tending to patients are also navigating between science and spirituality.

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Karen Gebhardt wins national kudos for online teaching

May 16, 2023

CU Boulder faculty member recognized with national excellence in teaching award from a leading group for professional, continuing and online education.