Karen Chin on NPR ShortWave podcast – paleo-ecology from coprolites

Nov. 29, 2023

Dr. Karen Chin received a GSA Award and authors a new children's book

Nov. 29, 2023

Shemin Ge named a University of Colorado Distinguished Professor!

Nov. 10, 2023

Congratulations to Carl Simpson along with Talia Karim on their new NSF project that was featured on NSF what’s hot in science

Oct. 23, 2023

Remembering William (Bill) C. Bradley

Oct. 9, 2023

Professor Emeritus Bill Bradley passed away in Boulder, Colorado on Sept. 7, 2023. Bill was a Professor in the CU Department of Geology (now Geological Sciences) from 1955-1989 and served as department chair from 1968-1972. Bill’s introduction to Colorado came when he trained with the 10th Mountain Division at Camp...

Congratulations to Karen Chin, recipient of the 2023 Geological Society of America (GSA) Randolph W. “Bill” and Cecile T. Bromery Award

Sept. 28, 2023

Karen Chin of the University of Colorado Boulder was awarded the GSA Bromery Award for making significant contributions to geological sciences, specifically multidisciplinary paleobiology, and as well as opening the geosciences to underrepresented communities through her extensive outreach. In addition to this prestigious award, Karen is a coauthor on a...

Congratulations to CU Geological Sciences Graduate Program Administrator Kara Bajdas for being selected as one of the two CU Boulder Campus awardees for the Staff Excellence Award for 2023!

Sept. 19, 2023

The University of Colorado Staff Council Excellence Awards are made at the University of Colorado 4-campus and system level, and are a prestigious recognition. Only two staff members from each campus are chosen to receive this distinguished honor. Congratulations Kara! We are so lucky to have you!

Alexis Templeton and Eric Ellison head new project to explore stimulating ‘geologic’ hydrogen

Sept. 18, 2023

Shemin Ge elected as fellow of American Geophysical Union

Sept. 14, 2023

Julio Sepúlveda and team receive NSF grant to study how Earth's ecosystems and organisms bounced back after the K/Pg asteroid impact.

Aug. 23, 2023