Published: March 11, 2022
If you search CU Boulder’s social tag, #cuboulder, on Twitter, you’re guaranteed beautiful photos of campus from CU scientist Tomoko Borsa. Borsa is the facility manager of the university’s COSINC facility, which houses sensitive and high-performance instruments, ranging from scanning electron microscopes to atomic force microscopes.
Borsa, who is from Tokyo, is drawn to CU Boulder’s open and dynamic atmosphere, she said. Her favorite spot on campus is the giant field by the Leeds School of Business, on the east end of main campus.
Michael Grab (Soc'07) creates stunning rock art, practicing at least three to five hours a day, often in moving water. It’s more than a hobby: Grab has given live stone-balancing performances at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland and at music festivals in Stockholm and in the Netherlands. He's also published a book of his work... Read more
On what should have been the first week back for students and faculty after spring break, CU Boulder remained deserted in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more