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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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A Campus Commitment to Impacting Climate Change

March 18, 2021

An essay by CU Boulder Chancellor Philip P. Distefano. One of the core missions of our university is to positively impact humanity, and humanity faces the existential crisis of a warming planet caused by human beings.

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10 Fun Facts about CU Faculty and Staff Leaders

Feb. 25, 2021

Our leaders at CU often do it all, from running programs and departments, inspiring students both in and out of the classroom and even finding time for some unexpected hobbies on the side. Here are 10 fun facts about some of CU’s faculty and staff leaders.

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Reverberations of a Stroke: A Memoir

Nov. 6, 2019

by Karl Gustafson (APMath, Fin'58) (Springer International Publishing, 65 pages; 2019) Buy the Book In the early morning hours of Feb. 1, 2016, Karl Gustafson became instinctively aware that something catastrophic was happening inside him. A severe headache that had persisted for days had taken a sudden turn for the...

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Blowing the Doors Off the Microbial World

March 1, 2019

CU's Norm Pace isn't intimidated by the darkness of remote caves, or the vastness of the microbial universe. He's mastered both.

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Our Viking-Cowboy YouTube Star

March 1, 2019

Jackson Crawford, director of CU’s Nordic Studies program, studies and translates Old Norse, a language spoken by medieval Scandinavians. Here the native Coloradan talks Vikings, videos and his contribution to the Disney animated film Frozen.

The Mountains That Remade America

More than Just Mountains

Craig Jones's book The Mountains That Remade America (2017, University of California Press) reflects on the Sierra Nevada range and how the mountains have changed the way Americans live.


CU Law Prof Nominated for U.S. Supreme Court

Feb. 1, 2017

Only one Coloradan has served on the U.S. Supreme Court, CU Boulder alumnus Byron White (Econ'38). One of his proteges may now get the chance: Visiting Colorado Law professor Neil Gorsuch.

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Regents Most Diverse Board in History

March 1, 2009

In November Colorado voters elected two first-generation Americans — also among the youngest ever elected — to serve on the CU Board of Regents, making it the most diverse board ever.