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Public Scholarship by CU Boulder Faculty
Daily Camera/Colorado Daily: University of Colorado Boulder professor named Fulbright honoree in science and technology
Gregor Henze, a professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, was named a 2021 honoree of the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Science, Technology and Innovation, through which he will spend a semester in Australia working on renewable energy and digitalization.
BBC: The Panama Canal: The real story behind the engineering triumph
Paul Sutter, an environmental history professor and author of a forthcoming book on the impact of U.S. public health measures during the construction of the Panama Canal, discussed the real story behind this challenging engineering project and its environmental impact.
Daily Camera/Colorado Daily: CU Boulder receives $300K EPA grant
CU Boulder will receive $337,616 from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop software that can quantify and predict the impact of synthetic microorganisms on local, native and microbial communities. The CU Boulder team, led by Cresten Mansfeldt, an assistant professor of environmental engineering, will develop an open-source tool that will create ecological risk assessments.
Associated Press: Black Denver residents talk police reform amid rise in crime
In 2020, after Floyd’s death, Denver police officers made 70% fewer stops in the Northeast Park Hill area than in previous years. During that same time violent crime in the area jumped 126%, according to data analyzed by University of Colorado. David Pyrooz, a sociology professor, said the only thing you see consistent in policing is change. He pointed out that how police conduct their jobs in communities often comes after people demand change.
Denver Post: What is critical race theory? An explainer.
Reiland Rabaka, a professor of African, African American and Caribbean studies, defined critical race theory, gave a short history of the study and provided examples of its application. He said, simply put, critical race theory is a way to think of other people as humans and acknowledge that each of them comes from a diverse background and with a distinct set of challenges.
From Across the Campus:
Research & Creative Work Report 2019-2020
Research & Innovation Office (RIO)
Celebrating Our Engineering Leaders
College of Engineering
& Applied Science
Faculty Celebration of Major Works 2020
Center for Humanities
& the Arts (CHA)