Evan Battey and Alexia Kuehl

Colorado Athletics Visibility Award

March 11, 2022

CU announced the creation of the Colorado Athletics Visibility Award (CAVA) Dec. 1, 2021. Alexia Kuehl and Evan Battey were the first recipients.

water polo players

Men’s Water Polo Competes at Nationals

March 11, 2022

Men’s water polo’s “A Team” competed in the 2021 National Collegiate Club Championship.

Rachael Fara

Science of the WHOLE Athlete

Nov. 5, 2021

By collecting data on student-athletes’ workouts, nutrition and even classwork, CU Sport Science Research transforms information into results.

Evan Battey

Evan Battey Is the New Mayor of Boulder

Nov. 5, 2021

As the men’s basketball’s longest tenured player this season, L.A. born and raised Evan Battey is ready to lead the team.

David Ellsworth

Woodturner David Ellsworth Received the Smithsonian Institute’s 2021 Visionary Award

Nov. 5, 2021

The artist’s work is found in the permanent collections of 44 museums.

art installation

Student Turns Her Apartment Into Pandemic-Themed Art

Nov. 5, 2021

When COVID hit, Taylor Passios (MediaPro’21) watched the world fall into the same pattern she lives in as a hypochondriac: Feel something, Google it, panic — repeat.

King Soopers Shooting memorial at Boulder Creek

Photo: Memorial for King Soopers Victims

July 2, 2021

Artist Michael Grab created 10 temporary stone art installations in Boulder Creek this March.

Workers in front of a house

CU Students Build All-Electric Frisco House and Win Solar Decathlon

July 2, 2021

Since 2017, a team of 30 CU Boulder students and faculty has worked to build an all-electric house in Fraser, Colorado.

Infographic about sun research

Infographic: Beyond the Bluebird Sky

March 18, 2021

With at least eight institutions dedicated to solar and space physics, the city of Boulder is a global mecca for science related to the sun.

illustration by Jeffrey Smith of a plane in front of a skyline

Breath of Fresh Air

March 18, 2021

Jessica Gilman takes to the skies to understand how unprecedented wildfires and the global pandemic are changing the climate and affecting our health. When Colorado went on lockdown last March, Jessica Gilman (PhDChem’06) was in her lab analyzing air samples from wildfire plumes. Gilman had spent the previous summer in...

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