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A Message to Our Community: U.S. Capitol Violence

Jan. 8, 2021

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.

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How a simple smell test could curb COVID-19 and help reopen the economy

Dec. 9, 2020

A simple, scratch-and-sniff test could play a key role in curbing the spread of COVID-19, at a fraction of the cost of high-tech tests that are difficult to scale and take longer to return results, new CU Boulder research suggests.

Fall 2020 CU Engineering and Applied Science Outstanding Graduates

Meet the Outstanding Graduates of Fall 2020

Every semester, the College of Engineering and Applied Science recognizes exemplary students who have excelled in academics, research, service and international engagement during their college careers.

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Badge of honor: Engineering sophomore among nation's first female Eagle Scouts

Dec. 3, 2020

Emerson Domke’s diligent attention to her meticulously mapped-out schedule resulted in her completing all tasks in just 19 months and six days.

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CU Engineering welcomes largest first-year class amidst coronavirus challenges

Nov. 30, 2020

Based on new census data, the college’s new first-year undergraduate class is 1,197 students, a 26.3% increase from fall 2019.

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CU Boulder plays key behind-the-scenes role in LTE on the Moon project

Nov. 20, 2020

CU Boulder computer science Research Professor Kevin Gifford and PhD student Siddhartha Subray are playing a key role in helping to define interoperability standards for the groundbreaking system.

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Commitment to community: Alumna serving as SWE president

Nov. 9, 2020

Heather Doty originally joined SWE as a sophomore at CU Boulder, where she earned her BS and MS in civil engineering, in addition to a BA in music and an MBA.

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CU Boulder recognized as a Top 200 College for Indigenous Students by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society

Nov. 3, 2020

CU Boulder has earned a place as a Winds of Change Top 200 College for Indigenous Students from the American Indian Science and Engineering Society . Based on statistical information, surveys and research data gathered from the U.S. Department of Education's Integrated Postsecondary Education data system, AISES determines which institutions...

Teagan Browne

Sophomore lands full-ride SMART Scholarship and post-graduation job

Oct. 30, 2020

It was mid-March and stress was high at the University of Colorado Boulder. Due to the COVID pandemic, courses had transitioned online and students were moving out of the campus dorms. As one of her newly Zoom-based classes let out, Teagan Browne’s phone rang. It was a Florida number. She...

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CU Engineering goes 'GRE-free' for fall 2020 application cycle

Oct. 22, 2020

Applicants to all CU Boulder engineering graduate programs will not be required to submit GRE scores this fall, an acknowledgement of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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