From an anti-racism Coursera offering to weekly talks, workshops, and trainings, find out about what is available at CU Boulder about diversity, equity, anti-racism, anti-oppression, and community building.
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The findings were published this month in the journal Nature Communications, lending new insight into the basic building blocks of cognition and could inform new therapies for issues like post-traumatic stress disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder.
For fall 2020, the ICS Student Travel & Research Awards Committee is pleased to announce four awardees. Research grant for $500 awarded to Dianna Radpour (INFO) Research grant for $500 awarded to Steve Sommer (EDU) Travel grant for $120 awarded to Janghee Cho (INFO) Research grant for $500 awarded to...
American Association for the Advancement of Science interviewed Melanie during a podcast about Melanie's book and how "biological concepts taught in classrooms are connected to the world around us". (AAAS: STPF)