Janet Casagrand wins BFA Leadership and Service Award

Aug. 8, 2022

Associate Teaching Professor Janet Casagrand is one of three winners of the 2022 Boulder Faculty Assembly Excellence in Leadership and Service Award. In her nomination letter, Dr. Casagrand was praised for her long-standing, prolific leadership roles within the IPHY Department, at the University level, and within the profession of pedagogy...

A trailblazer in the science of slumber

July 5, 2022

Why permanent daylight saving time is a bad idea

April 11, 2022

Ken Wright wins Mary A. Carskadon Educator Award

March 23, 2022

Professor Kenneth Wright was named the 2022 recipient of the prestigious Mary A. Carskadon Educator Award from the Sleep Research Society. The award honors excellence in education in sleep and circadian research, recognizing contributions to training sleep and circadian professionals, and in educating the general public. Read more

Even minor exposure to light before bedtime may disrupt a preschooler’s sleep

Jan. 27, 2022

Diet and exercise can improve teens’ mental health

Dec. 15, 2021

Chris DeSouza named a College of Arts and Sciences Professor of Distinction

Dec. 3, 2021

Professor Chris DeSouza is one of four University of Colorado Boulder faculty members to have been named 2021 Professors of Distinction by the College of Arts and Sciences in recognition of their exceptional service, teaching and research. The professor-of-distinction title is reserved for scholars and artists of national and international...

Veteran scientist, educator pay it forward to future generations of health science students

Oct. 15, 2021

Tammy Maldonado wins Marinus Smith Award

April 5, 2021

Instructor Tammy Maldonado has been nominated and selected as a Marinus Smith Award recipient from New Student & Family Programs. The purpose of this award is to recognize CU Boulder faculty, staff, coaches and administrators who have made a remarkable impact in the lives of students. Honorees are nominated by...

Why do psychiatric drugs help some, but not others? New study offers clues

Jan. 29, 2021