Outstanding grad and her father

Tragedy fails to keep student from finishing strong

Dec. 4, 2020

Alana Horwitz, the college’s fall 2020 outstanding graduate, says she has her late father to thank for her success.

doctors walking down a hallway in a hospital

Different paths lead pre-med students to found organ donation effort

Nov. 12, 2020

A mutual desire to serve their communities prompted the creation of the CU Boulder initiative for United Network for Organ Sharing.

Travis and son fishing

Author makes adventure come alive for son

Sept. 10, 2020

Son inspires Marine, CU Boulder student to publish first children’s book, Max Goes Surfing.

Milk

Got (sustainable) milk? Student’s research points a way

May 13, 2020

CU Boulder undergrad’s honors thesis sheds light on sustainability of milk alternatives

People

With empathy in decline, program builds scholarly community through difference

Nov. 5, 2019

The Miramontes Arts and Sciences Program teaches students to listen to, understand and connect with one another across backgrounds, values and experiences.

yoga

Students root down to rise up

Oct. 14, 2019

"I make it a point to spend time with students outside of class. I love developing those relationships and yoga is one of the ways to do that.”

Brown

Instructors improve the accessibility of geology

Oct. 10, 2019

CU Boulder geologists are addressing one of their field’s big struggles, accommodating people with physical limitations.

fire

Getting beyond quick fixes on big social problems

Aug. 19, 2019

Map the System competition encourages CU Boulder students to deeply understand social challenges before pitching solutions.

students with coach

Academic coaches help students raise grades, stay in school, study finds

July 26, 2019

CU Boulder staff members lead effort to refine, expand and replicate the developing field of academic coaching

Claire Lamman

Doubts (mostly) behind her, astronomy fan heads to Harvard 

May 8, 2019

Claire Lamman, the college’s spring 2019 outstanding graduate, turned out to be much better at science than she’d thought possible

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