Kelsi Singer

Niwot Scientist and Former Norlin Scholar Lands Prestigious Honor in Planetary Science

June 3, 2019

Scientist Kelsi Singer suddenly has a trip to Switzerland on her itinerary to mark her achievements in probing the mysteries of far more distant worlds. Read more...

Michael Anthony. African Dance Class.

Boettcher Scholar Michael Anthony recognized by College of Engineering and Applied Sciences as the Outstanding Graduate for International Engagement

May 29, 2019

Michael Anthony spent the final semester of his undergraduate career at CU Boulder working on two intense final projects. Like most of his fellow architectural engineering majors, he was finalizing his year-long capstone project, which required his team to design a commercial building, from the architecture down to the HVAC...

Zeena Nisar

Norlin Scholars Zeena Nisar and Jessica Yan Awarded Fulbright Scholarships

May 14, 2019

Nine CU Boulder students have been offered Fulbright awards, and five more have alternate status, according to the Office of Top Scholarships. Read more...

Ellen Considine

Norlin Scholar Ellen Considine Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

May 14, 2019

Two CU Boulder undergraduates who have demonstrated a strong potential to succeed as researchers in science, engineering and math have been named recipients of the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship . CU Boulder’s 2019–20 Goldwater Scholars are Ellen Considine, a junior from Boulder, Colorado, who is majoring in applied math with minors...

Claire Lamman

Boettcher Scholar Claire Lamman Turned Out to be Much Better at Science than She Thought

May 14, 2019

As she prepares to accept two degrees, one in physics and the other in astronomy with highest honors, Claire Lamman appears to be just the sort of student you’d expect to be named outstanding graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. Read more...

Jessica at podium

Norlin Scholar Jessica Yan and Boettcher Scholar Claire Lamman Interviewed for the Daily Camera's Annual Feature on Outstanding CU Graduates

May 9, 2019

Jessica Yan was inspired to work as an advocate in the social sector because of her family’s experiences. “My parents are Chinese immigrants who struggled for a very long time before making it in this country,” said Yan, 22. “Seeing our struggles, and the inequity that my community and other...

Maureen McNamara

Boettcher Scholar Maureen McNamara Accepted into Brooke Owens Fellowship

Feb. 26, 2019

Congratulations to Boettcher Scholar Maureen McNamara who was recently accepted into the Brooke Owens Fellowship. Maureen is a pre-med major and hopes to combine her interests in space and medicine by becoming a doctor and practicing aerospace medicine. Read more...

Woman on truck

Boettcher Alumna Caitlyn Taussig Included in New York Times Article about Female Ranchers

Jan. 25, 2019

As men leave animal agriculture for less gritty work, more ranches are being led by women — with new ideas about technology, ecology and the land. Read more... Photos by Amanda Lucier and article by Amy Chozick for The New York Times.


Boettcher Scholar Nikki van den Heever Rhodes Scholar Finalist

Nov. 26, 2018

Boettcher scholar Nikki van den Heever was one of two Rhodes Scholarship finalist this year. She is just about to finish her master’s degree in civil systems engineering with an emphasis in engineering for developing communities. She’s planning to pursue a masters and PhD in international development studies. Nikki says...


Boettcher Scholar Serene Singh Wins Rhodes Scholarship!

Nov. 26, 2018

Congratulations to Serene Singh, Boettcher Scholar and PLC student, who has won the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship! She is the first Rhodes Scholar in 25 years and the only woman to have won from CU... so far! Serene majors in political science and journalism and represents CU as a Truman Scholar...