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CU in Space — Inquiry with Chancellor Philip P. Distefano

CU's Chancellor reflects on the first moon landing, CU's powerhouse space research program and what's next for space exploration.

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Q&A: Emily Fairfax Wants You To Appreciate Beavers

April 16, 2019

Here, Fairfax explains what captivates her about wetlands and beavers, what she’s learned through her research and why we all should all see beavers in a positive light.

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Of Humans and Animals 

Dec. 1, 2018

CU Boulder sociologist Leslie Irvine, author of My Dog Always Eats First, studies the relationships between humans and their pets.

Stefanie Johnson

Workplace Bias 

Sept. 17, 2018

Stefanie Johnson discusses strategies for mitigating bias, her White House appearance and a joint project with her biologist husband.

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Ceramic Artist

In 2012, Curt Hammerly (EnvDes’10) was hit by a car. It led him to a life of creating ceramic art.

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Sports QA: Ceal Barry

June 1, 2018

Ceal Barry coached women’s basketball at CU Boulder for 22 seasons, winning more games — 427 — than any other CU head coach in any sport. She’ll be inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame this summer.

Phil DiStefano

Q&A with the Chancellor — Summer 2018

June 1, 2018

CU Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano discusses the CU Boulder Next program.

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Buff Love from the North Pole

“If all goes well, I’ll be sending Buff love just shy of the North Pole this August!” writes Neil Almy, who is on a year-long sailing expedition with the goal of sailing farther north than any other vessel in history, through the Northwest Passage to the very edge of the Polar Ice Cap.

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Rodeo Kings

May 8, 2018

John Branch, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for The New York Times, shared what he learned about America’s most successful rodeo family.

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Q&A with Kyle Redfield, CEO of KonaRed

April 18, 2018

As CEO of cold-brew coffee company KonaRed, Kyle Redfield (Econ’06) keeps one thing in mind: Sustainability. Annually, the Kona, Hawaii-based company reduces 40 million tons of waste by using the often-discarded coffee fruit, the fruit surrounding the coffee bean, in its products.

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