A new University of Colorado Boulder exhibit opening Friday, Sept. 21 highlights the symbiosis of artistic and scientific thinking. Embryonic, the premiere exhibit for the Nature, Environment, Science and Technology (NEST) Studio for the Arts, includes paintings, sculpture and multimedia.
Schneider’s new book, Everything for Everyone: The Radical Tradition That Is Shaping the Next Economy, explores the history and future of the cooperative movement and its ties to local, national and international economies.
The new fellows include a CNN producer and nationally-known book authors and magazine journalists. Their work has appeared in such outlets as The Atlantic, National Geographic, The New York Times, Outside Magazine and more.
International scholars on media, journalism, politics and religion from 32 countries are gathering at the University of Colorado Boulder August 8 -11 to explore the relationship between media, religion and public scholarship. The College of Media, Communication and Information ’s Center for Media, Religion and Culture (CMRC) will host the...
Information Science Assistant Professor Casey Fiesler, a social computing researcher, went viral when she critiqued Barbie a few years ago for its representation of women in technology. Since then, Mattel reached out to her to act as a consultant for a robotics Barbie that came out a few weeks ago. (Photo by Cliff Grassmick, Daily Camera staff photographer.)
To celebrate agenda setting’s important role in mass communication theory, CMCI invited junior and senior scholars alike to attend a three-day conference focused on past, present, and future applications. Honored guests included the three seminal theorists.
Author and Deputy Director of CU Boulder’s Center for Environmental Journalism, Michael Kodas, received the 2018 Colorado Book Award in general nonfiction for his book Megafire: The Race to Extinguish a Deadly Epidemic of Flame.