Kumar Thurimella

Norlin Alum Kumar Thurimella Earns Prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Feb. 18, 2020

For more than a decade, Kumar Thurimella watched helplessly as his father battled ulcerative colitis. Failed treatments and seemingly endless hospital trips ultimately led to pre-colonic cancer and a total colectomy. The experience gave Thurimella a glimpse into the fragility of health and inspired him to help patients of inflammatory...

Improv group practicing

Boettcher Alumna Elise Collins, Norlin Scholar Nelson Walker and Norlin Faculty Jim Walker Participate in Improv with a Purpose

Jan. 7, 2020

CU Boulder Playback Ensemble is using real-life experiences to help local communities navigate difficult, even divisive issues related to social, economic and environmental change. Read more...

Zeena Nisar

Norlin Grad Zeena Nisar is CU Boulder's First Schwarzman Scholar

Dec. 4, 2019

Recent graduate Zeena Nisar is a member of the 2020-21 class of Schwarzman Scholars and the first CU Boulder alumna to win the prestigious scholarship, which prepares graduate students for global leadership roles. Read more...

Boettcher Scholar Harper Powell

Boettcher Scholar Harper Powell Wins Stars-and-stripes Jersey at 2019 Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals

Oct. 22, 2019

Boettcher Scholar Harper Powell won the stars-and-stripes jersey for the women’s club category at the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals, along with helping the CU Mountain Bike Team win the team category. Read more...

Jessica Perea

2016 Boettcher Scholar Profile: Jessica Perea

Oct. 17, 2019

BOETTCHER ALUMNI BOARD SCHOLAR PROFILE: Q&A WITH 2016 SCHOLAR JESSICA PEREA Boettcher Scholar Year: 2016 Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO College/Degree: University of Colorado Boulder, Ethnic Studies What are you currently interested in pursuing after graduating? Currently, I am interested in pursuing a “mob” position with Dutch Bros. Coffee. This position...

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...