Skull in an integrative physiology class

Voss scholarship winner keeps a cool head, an eye on medical school

Aug. 13, 2020

After an Anschutz medical team helped her family, CU Boulder student resolves to become a doctor.

Black Lives Matter in the windows of the buildings

Students mobilize to fight racism, demand change

July 29, 2020

A petition created by two CU Boulder students seeks to make Black, Indigenous and other people of color feel safe, heard and valued

Testing illustration

Documenting fear, anger, grief, humor, love

June 22, 2020

Anthropology students at CU Boulder explore how we feel a pandemic

Aspen Heidekrueger

Philosophy student blogs about having, surviving and just coping with cancer

April 6, 2020

Leukemia survivor’s blog lets people with cancer know they are not alone

Maureen McNamara

Nobel winner sparks senior’s love of space medicine

March 31, 2020

‘I fell in love with space that day. I didn’t even know I liked space,’ student Maureen McNamara notes

Amy Martinez

Learning to fail helps students thrive

Feb. 24, 2020

CU Boulder program makes undergraduate research accessible, teaching students to follow their curiosity and reframe their failures.

Lydia Jones in the desert.

Undergrad research opens up a field of streams

Dec. 17, 2019

CU Boulder environmental studies student gets a taste of ecological research via independent project

Xenna, a service dog, in her lab approve protective gear.

Xenna the service dog helps Navy vet do laboratory research

Dec. 9, 2019

Along the way, both of them, with help from CU Boulder, pave the way for greater accessibility in laboratory research

A type of mint plant in bloom

Hawaii’s mysterious mints, discovered then ignored, get a fresh look

Nov. 16, 2019

CU Boulder grad student’s work deepens understanding of evolution and extinction, and augments work of iconic but once dismissed botanist.

hip hop

Hip-hop dance class lets engineering students turn tables

Nov. 12, 2019

‘Learning hip-hop can give engineering students an opportunity to get out of the lab and use a different part of their brain,’ instructor says.