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In Oct. 2–6 symposium, college to focus on people with disabilities

A College of Arts and Sciences symposium—open to all—will focus on a range of topics, including navigating higher education systems while diagnosed with a disability, universal design in the classroom, disability etiquette, STEM access and more. Read more
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Access to Justice Innovation Lab aims to empower students

Most Americans will face legal issues at some point in their lives. Yet, across the nation, a persistent access-to-justice gap exists. Professor Staci Pratt wants to empower students to be part of the solution and hopes her new course can be a new frontier. Read more
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Yida Zhang’s award targets role of tiny grains in dam failures

With the construction of increasingly taller dams, Assistant Professor Yida Zhang is concerned about the potential effects of soil grain breakage caused by pressure. He recently received a prestigious CAREER award to fund his research on the evolution of grain sizes in dams. Read more

Shemin Ge elected as fellow of American Geophysical Union

CU Boulder geological sciences Professor Shemin Ge is an expert on “induced seismicity,” when earthquakes are triggered by energy development. Read more
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Wildfire workshop highlights CU Boulder expertise, leadership

More than 50 policymakers, researchers, faculty and graduate students recently participated in the first-ever Wildland Urban Interface & Wildfire Workshop. Read more
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International award recognizes Karolin Luger’s contributions to life science

CU Boulder Distinguished Professor Karolin Luger has been awarded the 2023 World Laureates Association Prize in Life Sciences or Medicine. Read more

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