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Anthropologist wins research award to work with young refugees

June 11, 2019

She wants to improve the lives of children living in the world’s second largest refugee camp, which is in Uganda and shelters people fleeing violence and unrest in South Sudan.

Hurricane Harvey flooding

Grant-writing boot camp pays off for social sciences

June 11, 2019

Four workshop participants win big National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

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Large Boulders help shape huge canyons, researchers find

June 4, 2019

CU Boulder geology grad students show how boulders influence canyon formation.

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La fluidité du texte

June 4, 2019

CU Boulder’s Julie Carr wins award for translation of poetry about unrest in 1968 France.

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Coordination improves student concussion care

May 29, 2019

The CU Medical Services Concussion Team at Wardenburg brings an interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of concussions When Dr. Tracy Casault began working at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013, one thing became quickly apparent: Concussion treatment for students was not where it needed to be. Despite numerous excellent...

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HOV lanes reduce traffic and cut costs, right? Not always, economists find

May 23, 2019

HOV can cause unintended consequences—like drawing more drivers away from alternative transit and to roads that drivers perceive to be less congested.

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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.

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Humor is no joke in tough times and places

April 25, 2019

CU Boulder geographer gathered evidence from war-torn (and joke-riddled) Afghanistan.

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In adolescence, a possible connection between Coke and coke

April 23, 2019

Reflecting on findings, CU Boulder researcher muses, ‘At 12 years old, is the venti Starbucks coffee really a good idea?’

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CU historians named American Council of Learned Societies fellows

April 11, 2019

Scholars to use awards to support research of imperial legacy on standardized testing in the Middle East and adult adoptions and family formation in Japan.

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