A gelatin silver print of students working in a science lab at the Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth in Bordentown, New Jersey (1935).
Photo Credit: Lewis Wickes Hine, Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of Howard and Ellen Greenberg
In celebration of Black History Month, the University Libraries have curated a list of articles written by our undergraduate and graduate students that relate to Black history. These resources show the impact of student scholarship and that University of Colorado Boulder students engage and contribute meaningfully to the scholarly discussion.
CU Scholar is the place for students, faculty and staff to deposit their academic works created during their time at the university. The repository, which contains over 14,000 scholarly works, including journal articles, research data sets, and theses and dissertations, provides free and worldwide access to one’s work and is maintained by the University Libraries.
CU Scholar also supports the campus open access policy, adopted in 2015, and grants the university a non-exclusive license to provide open access to scholarly articles and conference proceedings written by university faculty.