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.

headshot of Carlton Shield Chief Gover

A Walk in Two Worlds

March 18, 2021

American Indians and archaeologists have had a long and often fractious history. Carlton Shield Chief Gover is trying to change that.

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...

jazz musician Tia Fuller holds her saxophone while wearing a gold dress and standing in front of a sparkling beaded curtain

Full of Soul

Feb. 22, 2021

From Beyonce to Pixar, Tia Fuller shines her light on jazz. Soon after Tia Fuller (MMus’00) vamped the red carpet at the Grammy Awards in March 2019, she got a call from a casting agent representing the animated Pixar film Soul . “They were looking for a saxophone player to...

Biomedical robotic hand

Re-creating the Hand

Nov. 10, 2020

CU researcher aims to bring a sense of touch to amputees' hands

Richard Wobbenkind

The COVID Economy

Nov. 10, 2020

Senior economist Richard Wobbekind, associate dean for business and government relations, has worked for the Leeds School of Business since 1985. Here he discusses our nation’s economy in a pandemic world.

Mirela Alistar

Healthcare at Home

June 1, 2020

CU Boulder computer science assistant professor Mirela Alistar wants to make healthcare more personal. Her work with microfluidic biochips is getting us there.

Joe Klecker, CU track and field

Going the Distance

June 1, 2020

Joe Klecker ran the fastest mile ever in Colorado. Now he’s waiting for the Olympic trials.

Dani Jones

Sports Briefs- Summer 2020

June 1, 2020

Even though spring sports didn't go as planned, there's plenty the Buffs still accomplished.

Julia Lisella, CU Women's Lacrosse

They Call Me Grandma

June 1, 2020

Captain Julia Lisella of Littleton, Colorado, played with every class in CU Women’s Lacrosse history. The All-America, Goalkeeper-of-theYear anchored multiple Top-25 seasons. And some of her best saves have come with her eyes closed.

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