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Scholar recognized for math-education excellence

April 27, 2018

Eric Stade is the newest recipient of the American Mathematical Society’s Award for Impact in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics.

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Making the case for diversity and inclusion

April 26, 2018

From the dean: Diversity and inclusion are not important just because they are useful. As I have tried to make clear, they are good because they are right.

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Three degrees of success

April 25, 2018

T. Noel Osborn credits CU Boulder for the ‘synergy’ in his 45-year career Upon graduating cum laude from Jesuit High School in New Orleans in 1958, (Thomas) Noel Osborn’s father said he’d pay for him to attend any university that accepted him. That left him with pretty impressive choices between...

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Physician’s gratitude, desire to help is bone deep

April 25, 2018

One visit to a hospital operating room was all it took for Alex Meininger to choose a career path.

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‘Great themes of civilization’ launched an unplanned career

April 24, 2018

When Stan Garnett (Hist’78) came to the CU Boulder in the fall of 1974, he planned to study classics, then become an ordained Presbyterian minister. His time at CU, however, would eventually yield a different path built on the great themes of civilization.

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Actor finds a way to shine and Rise

April 24, 2018

CU Boulder’s BFA performance ‘boot camp’ molded actor Sergio King for success, which he's now enjoying on new NBC series.

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Program puts prehistoric sandals through the paces

April 20, 2018

An extensive collection of Southwestern prehistoric sandals is housed in the Museum of Natural History at the University of Colorado Boulder. Because the sandals are ancient artifacts, researchers can’t just strap them on to see how well they wear.

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Wave of good will and art helps heal flood-ravaged Jamestown

April 20, 2018

Artists, engineers, designers, chefs, elementary school students and teachers do not often work together. But Martha Russo, art instructor at the University of Colorado Boulder, has found a way to get all sorts of people involved in a public art project centered on building a picnic table.

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Alum follows blind kayaker down the Grand Canyon

April 18, 2018

“The Weight of Water” follows the blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer as he kayaks the Grand Canyon. And, for Michael Brown, the sound is a vital element of that experience.

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Spelling bee winner says bilingual home honed his skills

April 13, 2018

Bao Pham credits growing up bilingual with helping him to hone his English skills and win the Barnes & Noble 2018 Regional Spelling Bee for Colorado’s Front Range in February.

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