Founded in August 2020, CareBridge is a digital mental health platform geared toward alleviating the stress that comes with mental illnesses and connecting individuals with care that is catered to their needs. Undergraduate students (pictured from left to right) Antoinette "Anto" Svetic, Kelly Costello, Peyton "PJ" Leggett, Zephaniah "Zephy" Lopez...
Lucas Gama (CompSci '22, pictured left) & Luiz Pompeo (Bus'22, pictured right) came separately to the U.S. from Brazil to study at CU Boulder, but they banded together on campus to form Zucchini, a B2B food platform.
Kailey is the CEO of Chembotix, a company that is developing a robotic automation platform to dramatically speed up chemistry research & development (R&D). As a second-time NVC participant, she's immersed herself in CU Boulder's innovation ecosystem to help get her startup off the ground.
Long before the pandemic sent people scrambling into isolation, musicians have longed to jam virtually with others across the globe. Now researchers from CU Boulder’s ATLAS Institute’s ACME Lab and Ericsson Research are developing ways for musicians to play together remotely through the AR Drum Circle project.
We sat down with Henry Kvietok, leader of the GSF committee, to discuss how GSF wrapped up the 2020 fall semester. Henry and his team organize weekly pitch nights and offer feedback and networking opportunities to student entrepreneurs, in addition to funding.
The Business + Engineering Technology Scholars program at the Leeds School of Business, also known as ‘BE Tech Scholars’ is a program for women from the business and engineering schools that equips them with the technical skills, action-based learning, professional development and extensive network needed to become influential leaders in technology.
Meet Maggie Grout, a senior studying Business Management and Entrepreneurship. Maggie is the founder of the nonprofit, Thinking Huts, which she started at age 15 after being fascinated with the idea of leveraging technology to create architectural solutions that increase educational opportunities around the world.
Meet Lochlainn Renfrow, a soon-to-be graduate at CU Boulder, entrepreneur, and co-founder of the medical scheduling app, Hublete. He studies Information Management and Analytics, Operations, & Marketing with a Minor in Technology, Arts, & Media.
“In quarantine I had nothing to do, and I was sitting at home, and I felt like I needed a project to keep me going,” Hannah Richardson said. “I started looking back at some other songs I had written … and just started writing based off of how I was feeling.”
In the summer of 2017, Joel Holton was one of nearly 600 personnel fighting the Keystone Fire, from which he narrowly escaped. A few years later––as a senior studying information science––he teamed up with classmates to develop new navigation aids with the needs of wildland firefighters in mind.