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 .

Abby Hartley

Grad pondered death by black hole and found a life’s work

Dec. 18, 2023

College of Arts and Sciences outstanding graduate Abby Hartley embraces the complementary relationship between science and art.

Wood Apollonian circle packing puzzle

CU students follow their noses, disprove math conjecture

Nov. 30, 2023

Summer Haag and Clyde Kertzer made major news in the math world while working on a summer research project.

"Pool" by Sandra Kaplan

CU Art Museum earns first-time accreditation

Aug. 15, 2023

Following a rigorous, five-year process, the museum joins peer institutions with a recognition of its quality and credibility.

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Helping students boost individual, community wellness in a pandemic

Sept. 2, 2020

New course designed in part by students delves into the interrelationship between COVID-19 and systemic racism; Anthony Fauci to be special guest.


‘Uninhibited, robust and wide-open debate’ helps you and us

Dec. 17, 2019

Next time you start to turn away from an opinion you find hard to hear, pause and listen; take a deep breath and test your critical-thinking skills


Message to motivated students: you belong here

Nov. 6, 2019

Stereotypes can limit students’ growth, but we are striving to overcome that barrier.


Student success is our duty, mission and calling

Sept. 11, 2019

To students, new and returning, I want to reiterate a key fact: We are glad you are here. Also, I want to emphasize an underlying truth: We want you to succeed.