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CU Alum Creates AI Robots to Sort Recyclables

July 2, 2021

Matanya Horowitz uses artificial intelligence and robots to streamline recycling.

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CU's Austin C. Okigbo Studies Music from Past Pandemics

July 2, 2021

Austin C. Okigbo, associate professor in the College of Music and affiliate faculty in Ethnic Studies and Global Health, studies the intersection of music and public health.

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Boettcher Foundation CEO Katie Kramer Talks Leadership

July 2, 2021

Katie Kramer found her calling at the helm of a leadership-focused foundation.

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Infinite: From self-published book to movie starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor

July 2, 2021

D. Eric Maikranz propelled his book to the silver screen with guerilla marketing.

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.

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The Right Stuff

June 1, 2020

Forty-five years ago, Vance Brand made history when he and his Apollo crew members met with Soviet cosmonauts in space, only to narrowly survive a near-fatal landing back on Earth.

Michael Atkins

Sweeping Changes

June 1, 2020

After moving up the ranks from custodian to principal, Michael Atkins has his sights set on an even broader goal– transforming the education system.

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Mapping Afghanistan

June 1, 2020

Put rural communities on the map and you might literally be building roads to prosperity. For Walker Kosmidou-Bradley, that’s the plan.

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The Looping Artist

June 1, 2020

Digital artist Pamela Z is known for creating unique loops, voice manipulations and compositions. Her work earned her the Rome Prize.

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Pushing Boundaries

Feb. 1, 2020

Before CU, Bhavna Chhabra didn't know how to turn on a computer or type. Today she's site director for Google Boulder.

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