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Campus News Briefs Summer 2021

July 2, 2021

Research and news from CU Boulder.

Alumni Association News Summer 2021

July 2, 2021

Football tailgates, Forever Buffs Network and Coloradan Conversations.

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Alumni Association News Briefs Summer 2021

July 2, 2021

Football tailgates, Forever Buffs Network and Coloradan Conversations.

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Inside CU's African Dance Class During the Pandemic

July 2, 2021

Nii Armah Sowah’s dance class allows socially-starved students to regain community.

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Homecoming Weekend Returns to CU Boulder Nov. 4-7

July 2, 2021

Join the festivities Nov. 1-7

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CU Research Finds Climate Change Affects Small Mammals

July 2, 2021

Small mountain mammals like marmots and ground squirrels are experiencing the effects of rapid climate change.

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Campus News Briefs Spring 2021

March 18, 2021

Campus News Briefs: Leeds + Techstars Elevate, Honoring Inclusive Excellence, Electric Skin - the New FitBit?, and Heard Around Campus qoute.

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What’s in My Phone: Stefanie K. Johnson

March 18, 2021

Stefanie K. Johnson is an associate professor at Leeds and director of the CU Boulder Center for Leadership. She is an expert on leadership, inclusion and mitigating bias in the workplace. Her book Inclusify, released by HarperCollins in June, hit the Wall Street Journal National Bestseller List in its first week on the market.

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Are Our Kids Tech Obsessed?

March 18, 2021

CU research finds technology use in children and teens may not be as dire as many assume. Kids growing up in the mobile internet era have heard it all, often uttered by well-meaning parents fearing too much screen time could spur lasting problems. But a series of studies by CU Boulder sociology professor Stefanie Mollborn suggests such fears may be overblown.

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Former CU Postdoc Wins 2020 Nobel Prize

March 18, 2021

Jennifer Doudna smashes the glass ceiling with her historic recognition in chemistry. Doudna, a former CU Boulder postdoc, won the prize for co-development of the genome editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 with French microbiologist Emmanuelle Charpentier — the first time a science Nobel had been won by two women together.

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