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Norlin Scholar Cristal Alvarado wins Buffs One Read Storytelling Contest

April 12, 2024

Undergraduate student Cristal Alvarado is the 2023-24 winner of the University Libraries Buffs One Read Storytelling Contest . The contest invited CU Boulder undergraduate students to submit creative expressions based on this year’s Buffs One Read selection, The Book of Joy: The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing...

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CU Boulder Boettcher Alum Is Executive Vice President of SAG-AFTRA

Oct. 13, 2023

As executive vice president of the SAG-AFTRA labor union, he has been working on behalf of actors and writers since July. But he upholds a greater goal that he’s championed for since his time as a CU Boulder student: social change. Continue reading ...

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Former Norlin Scholar and CU Researcher Teisha Rowland advice on "Making the leap from academia to industry"

Oct. 3, 2023

Teisha Rowland writes an article on ASMBMTODAY with advice and tips about how to make it into the industry, post-grad. Read about it here.

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Boettcher Scholar Kalen Sieja's Ted Talk "What autistic people can teach you about communication"

Oct. 3, 2023

Often portrayed as lacking communication skills, individuals on the autism spectrum actually utilize a communication style that we can all learn from. Autistic activist Kalen Sieja draws on his own (sometimes humorous) experience as an autistic person to demonstrate the surprising lessons we can learn from individuals with ASD. Watch...

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Norlin Scholar Angel Mollel named 2021 Denver Remarkable Woman of the Year

June 14, 2023

March is Women’s History Month and we’re taking the whole month to honor remarkable women right here in Denver. It’s part of a nationwide company initiative shining light on the impact women make and have on our communities. We’ve been working on this project for weeks now and are very...

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Emmy Award-nominated CU Boulder musician and Norlin Scholar Hannah Richardson pens dream-pop album from her dorm room

March 22, 2023

It’s Hannah Richardson’s junior year at University of Colorado Boulder, but the 21-year-old English and philosophy major, hailing from State College, Penn., is anything but a typical college student. Continue reading...

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Boettcher Scholar Emily Reynolds and Norlin Scholar Bodhi Rubenstein featured in CU Boulder Today article

Feb. 21, 2023

Whether you’re in your first year or final year at CU Boulder, it’s never too late to get involved with something new. Getting involved with new opportunities can help you make new friends, grow your professional network and feel more comfortable on campus. Continue reading...

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Norlin Scholar Emma Andreasen receives the 2022 Outstanding Undergraduate of the College of Engineering and Applied Science Award

Dec. 15, 2022

While growing up in the small rural town of Delano, Minnesota (population 5,000), Emma Andreasen wasn’t exposed to common software, such as Microsoft Excel. Today the senior is a teaching assistant for the civil engineering department’s Intro to Engineering Computing course, which uses an array of programming tools, including MATLAB...

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Norlin Scholar Gregory Del Bene helps raise $14,000.00 for Maasai in East Africa

July 22, 2022

Windsor High School teacher Steve Cline went on a purposeful summer vacation last month. Cline, a social science and STEM teacher and robotics coach, visited Tanzania and Kenya in east Africa in late June. And while Cline made the trip with family and friends, he was there in part on...

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Norlin Scholar Maya Palmer named Astronaut Scholar

July 22, 2022

CU Boulder students Alexandra “Sasha” Gladkova and Maya Palmer have each been awarded a $15,000 scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF). Continue reading...