Foley, Casagrand win Chancellor's Award for curriculum mapping project

Nov. 5, 2018

Senior Instructors Teresa Foley and Janet Casagrand have received a $10,000 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in STEM Education through the Center for STEM Learning at CU Boulder. These competitive awards were established in 2009 to support faculty and graduate student engagement in innovative research on student learning and implementation of...

'Leep' of faith: CU scientists testing world's fastest blade runner

Aug. 31, 2018

Roger Enoka receives 2018 Borelli Award

Aug. 29, 2018

Dr. Roger Enoka has received the 2018 Borelli Award. This award, the most prestigious honor given by the American Society of Biomechanics, recognizes outstanding career accomplishment and is awarded annually to an investigator who has conducted exemplary research in any area of biomechanics. Watch video of Dr. Enoka's presentation at...

Doug Seals gives radio interviews on vascular disease and aging

Aug. 26, 2018

Dr. Doug Seals recently gave a pair of half hour radio interviews on his vascular aging research for How On Earth, the KGNU Science Show. In the first show , he introduces the problem and the mechanisms involved, and in the second show he discusses solutions and interventions.

Marissa Ehringer interviewed on challenges and opportunities in behavioral and neural genetics

Aug. 2, 2018

Dr. Marissa Ehringer, the President of the International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society (IBANGS), discusses some of the challenges and opportunities in the field of behavioral and neural genetics today. Read a transcript of the interview at Scitech Europa .

Lowry stress immunization story among 'Five Best Ideas of the Day'

June 11, 2018

The Aspen Institute selected an article by Lisa Marshall in CU Boulder Today about Christopher Lowry's research as one of its 'Five Best Ideas of the Day' for June 8, 2018. The article, titled 'Is an immunization for stress on the horizon?' , describes the recent discoveries of Dr. Lowry...

Janet Casagrand selected for Experimental Biology teaching symposium presentation

May 2, 2018

Janet Casagrand was invited to present her educational research at the 2018 Experimental Biology conference in San Diego, California. The title of her talk was "Fostering Higher-Order Cognitive Skills in the Teaching and Learning of Physiology" in a symposium sponsored by the Teaching of Physiology Section of the American Physiological...

Diba Mani, Claire Zai win TA/GPTI Excellence Awards

April 30, 2018

Claire Zai and Diba Mani have been selected to receive 2017-2018 TA/GPTI (Graduate Student Part Time Instructor) Excellence Awards from the United Government of Graduate Students (UGGS). This competitive award recognizes the teaching-related work of graduate students inside the classroom and beyond. The awardees are publicly recognized during an event...