A portrait of d’Andre Willis.

A Conversation with CU Boulder’s Campus Architect

March 11, 2022

Last October, d’Andre Willis began her role as CU Boulder’s campus architect and director of planning.

CU’s New Law Dean

CU’s New Law Dean Is Ready for a Bold, New Future

Nov. 5, 2021

Lolita Buckner Inniss, the first Black dean and second female dean in the law school’s history, discusses student resilience, her research on college history and slavery and the new era of CU Law.

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What’s in Jennifer Ho’s iPhone?

Nov. 5, 2021

Jennifer Ho, a CU Boulder ethnic studies professor, is a passionate voice in anti-racism conversations at CU and around the world.

Dave Curtin

Journalist Dave Curtin’s Journey From a Pulitzer to CU and Beyond

Nov. 5, 2021

After writing for the CU Boulder Chancellor for 14 years, Curtin is retired.

Michelle Anderson

What It’s Like To Be the Financial Guru for the Sundance Institute

Nov. 5, 2021

Michelle Anderson is chief financial officer of the Sundance Institute, founded by Robert Redford.

Michelle Chostner

Michelle Chostner Is Seeking Justice

Nov. 5, 2021

Before being appointed to the bench as a magistrate in August, Michelle Chostner was chief of the country court division in Pueblo County’s 10th Judicial District, and was featured on 20/20 for her work on a homicide case.

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Q&A with CPR's Brad Turner

Oct. 20, 2021

Brad Turner, executive producer of Colorado Public Radio’s Audio Innovations Studio, talks about his time at CU, his recent projects and the power of podcasting.

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Former Disney Exec Jonathan Treisman on Finding Success

July 2, 2021

A former Disney executive, Jonathan Treisman is now senior director of strategic partnerships for the Television Academy and Emmy Awards.

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How Writer Adrian Michael Green Creates Community

July 2, 2021

After graduation, Adrian Michael Green spent 10 years teaching students of all levels, from Teach for America to the University of California Berkeley.

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Barbara Takenaga's Got Art on the Brain

July 2, 2021

As a Guggenheim memorial fellow and professor emerita of Williams College, Barbara Takenaga is acclaimed for her large-scale abstract paintings.