Campus News Briefs Fall 2020

Nov. 10, 2020

With a $25 million National Science Foundation award, CU Boulder is launching a new quantum science and engineering research center.

Marco and Whitney Uribe

Stronger Together

Nov. 10, 2020

Marco and Whitney Uribe met at CU in 2008. While living in New York City for Marco’s medical residency, he fought COVID-19 head-on.

Faliano twins at graduation

Fighting COVID from the Lab

Twins Cara and Amy Faliano have been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in the labs of the UCHealth system.

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.

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Photo of the Week: Nighttime on Mars

June 26, 2019

Giordan Thompson (MechEngr’20) was one of 21 CU Boulder engineering students enrolled in the Maymester course, "Medicine in Space and Surface Environments," focused on aerospace engineering, human physiology and medicine. For one week of the three-week course, the students lived at the Mars Desert Research Station in southern Utah, where...

cave for drones

Campus News Briefs — Winter 2018

Dec. 1, 2018

CU Engineering's latest milestone, campus living by the numbers and CU's new drone challenge.

John Warner

Adventure Dentist

Dec. 1, 2017

John Warner has climbed mountains, raced mountain bikes and served as a mayor, search-and-rescue volunteer, orchestra backer and dentist.

Courtnie Paschall

Courtnie Paschall's New Flight Plan

Dec. 1, 2015

For Courtnie Paschall (Neuro, ElEngr’15), working on a drug trial for patients with schizophrenia while applying to 20 MD-PhD programs counts as light duty.

Toshiko Luckow

Resuscitating a Dormant Dream: Toshiko Luckow

March 1, 2013

When Toshiko Luckow graduated in 2010, she was one of the oldest students to earn a medical degree in the history of the University of Colorado.

bob sievers

The Man Fighting Measles One Breath at a Time

March 1, 2011

Professor Bob Sievers has invented an inhalable measles vaccine that could save thousands of lives.