Published: March 1, 2015 By

Eric Gershon

Eric Gershon

Many people think of science when they think of CU-Boulder: Five Nobel Prizes in the physical sciences; one of the world’s top geosciences faculties; an ever-deepening legacy in aerospace innovation and space exploration. It inspires.

So does the thrilling work of students, faculty and alumni in the arts. In this issue you’ll meet, among others, opera singers and one of America’s premier stained glass artists.

There’s science here, too, of course: You’ll learn about new uses for old data that CU researchers recovered from 1960s-era satellite technology, for instance.

Since there’s always more to say than we can fit in print, we’re now publishing web-exclusives. Profiles of CU student-athletes appeared online in February and March, with more to come. All stories live at

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Enjoy the spring.

Eric Gershon