Josh Scott

Sports Q&A: Josh Scott

March 2, 2016

Josh Scott (Soc'16) takes his role as a leader seriously.

Karen Chin reconstructs the physical and social world of the big dinosaurs.

Inquiry: Dinosaur Diets

March 1, 2016

CU paleontologist Karen Chin reconstructs the physical and social world of the big dinosaurs — in part by teasing out who ate whom.

Bruce Benson

Q&A with the President: Bruce D. Benson – Spring 2016

March 1, 2016

Amid vigorous national debate about diversity on college campuses, CU has reaffirmed its commitment to provide a welcoming environment for all students.

Erin Tripp looking at lichen

Inquiry: Erin Tripp

Dec. 1, 2015

Even amid a massive die-off of life on Earth that’s been called “the sixth extinction,” scientists continue to discover new species.

Philip P. DiStefano

Q&A with the Chancellor: Philip P. DiStefano – Winter 2015

Dec. 1, 2015

The campus scheduled or hosted events this fall that included Jane Goodall, Bernie Sanders, the Dalai Lama (who had to cancel due to health reasons) and, of course, the third national Republican debate.

Thea Grosvold

Sports Q&A: Thea Grosvold

Dec. 1, 2015

As a member of the Norwegian national ski team in 2010, Thea Grosvold (Acct, Fin’16) took a devastating fall that almost ended her racing days.

Kevin J. Krizek

Inquiry: Kevin J. Krizek

Sept. 1, 2015

Kevin J. Krizek, professor of transport and the new director of CU-Boulder’s environmental design program, also serves as a visiting professor of cycling at Radboud University in the Netherlands, one of the world’s most bicycle-friendly societies.

Bruce D. Benson

Q&A with the President: Bruce D. Benson – Fall 2015

Sept. 1, 2015

The Soviet Sputnik mission in 1957 first got my attention. Since then, I have been interested on several levels.

Nelson Spruce

Sports Q&A: Nelson Spruce

Sept. 1, 2015

Senior wide receiver Nelson Spruce (Fin’15) caught a record-setting 106 passes last year, earning team MVP honors.

Carol Cleland

Inquiry: Carol Cleland

June 1, 2015

CU-Boulder philosopher Carol Cleland is helping NASA rethink what life is.