Keith Molenaar is a first-generation college graduate and the acting dean of the College of Engineering and Applied science. His journey through college relied on the encouragement of his parents and the friends who supported him.
Like many college students, Giovanni Hernandez has a lot on his plate. He’s excelling in challenging engineering coursework as a civil engineering major, with an emphasis in construction engineering and management, and a 4.0 GPA. The dedication it takes to get a 4.0 GPA was something Hernandez did not have...
Associate Professor Wil Srubar is taking part in a special National Science Foundation web panel discussion Thursday on "Pride in STEM: A Conversation about Research, Mentorship and Advocacy". The free webinar is scheduled for Thursday, June 24 at 9 a.m. MDT.
It’s fitting that we recognize this historic moment in our nation’s history with celebration, even as we somberly note the continuing struggle for racial equality and inclusion in our college, university and across the nation.
Andrea Chamorro, a computer scientist fascinated by cognition and invention shares some of her thoughts on the importance of visibility, listening to your body, and the value of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at CU Boulder.
The ad hoc committee recently published its proposal and asked for feedback from students, faculty and staff. Many students shared feedback about the formation of this council and its goals. We wrote this article to address some of the questions and concerns undergraduate and graduate students expressed in their feedback.
It was part seminar on supersonic flight and part discussion of life at NASA during the space race. Christine Darden shared her story to University of Colorado Boulder students during a special event Feb. 23, 2021, held as part of a series of Black History Month celebrations. Over 200 people attended the webinar, hosted by...
The year of 2020 presented a broad array of challenges that confronted us head-on, from a plethora of social injustices in the country and in Colorado to the unacceptable inequities magnified by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we transition into this new semester, we will continue our efforts to build a more inclusive culture, guided by our strategic mission and vision.
We must recognize that the individuals involved in yesterday’s incident are a part of America, while also demonstrating that behaviors, values, and beliefs of white supremacy, patriarchy, and overall oppression will not be accepted nor tolerated.