Congratulations to Ashley Dancer who was one of the selected winners of the International Award for Excellence for Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal for her Masters thesis article, "Perceived Opportunities For, And Barriers To, The Development Of Local Food Systems".
We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has been disruptive to all and that student experiences in the wake of this have not been equitable. In response to these events, we recognize that some applicants will have concerns about the impacts these events could have on admissions. The graduate programs at the University of Colorado Boulder are dedicated to recruiting and supporting diverse, talented students, employing holistic application review processes and supporting students when they arrive on campus.
A new, one-of-a-kind online professional graduate program launching in 2021 at CU Boulder taps into a key strength and economic growth area in Colorado: human desire to be in the great outdoors. The Masters of Science in Outdoor Recreation Economy (MORE) was approved June 18, 2020 by the CU Board of Regents and is pending approval by the Colorado Department of Higher Education.
Assistant Professor, Karen Bailey, was selected to participate in Amped — a Denver based nonprofit committed to diversifying media through compelling audio storytelling — launched “ From the Margins to the Center,” the first women of color podcast incubator of its kind in the Mile High City.
Scholarship opportunity for undergraduates pursuing bachelor’s degrees that advance the Mission of the Colorado Native Plant Society, including botany, ecology, conservation, landscape architecture, horticulture, or environmental science emphasizing native plants.
The new podcast is by a mother/public radio producer, Kelly Jones, and her 8 year old daughter, June — together they follow Mr. Rodgers’s advice to look for the helpers, they interview creative problem solvers who are trying to make life better during the COVID-19 crisis, and explore how to help the helpers.
Congratulations to graduate student, Tara Ippolito, for being awarded a scholarship from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) which has been one of the largest funders of women’s graduate education since 1888