Tafadzwa Tivaringe

Transforming economies for better jobs

CU Boulder doctoral student Tafadzwa Tivaringe recently received an invitation from the United Nations to attend the WIDER Development conference this September in Thailand.

Fruits and vegetables

(Genetically modified) food for thought

If you think you’re a whiz on a hot-button topic like vaccines, you might want to think again.

Africa satellite image

Maps of African kingdom could shed light on origins

For the first time ever, Henry Lovejoy, a CU Boulder history professor, has mapped the boundaries of a fallen African kingdom best known for its role in the Atlantic slave trade.

Jasmine Abena Colgan body

Woman of colors

Jasmine Abena Colgan’s life, art and body have become a metaphorical—and literal—subversion of deeply held ideas about race and America.

Twelfth Night with audience

The Bard in your backyard: Shakespeare covers Colorado

Since starting in 1958, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival has become a summertime staple in Boulder.

Dance performance at University Theatre

Art, efficiency elevated with modern lighting

The Department of Theatre & Dance recently replaced much of the University Theatre’s incandescent lighting equipment with energy-efficient versions featuring light-emitting diodes, or LEDs.

Postdoctoral researcher Wouter Hoogkamer with a prototype of the 4%.

The world's fastest shoe?

What’s in a name? Ask Rodger Kram, director of CU Boulder’s Locomotion Lab.

 Various social media icons

Scientists are spying on your tweets. Is it ethical?

With the explosion of social media has come a feast of data for scientists to analyze.

Overhead shot of coastal neighborhood

Rising tides sink property values

The world is changing; it seems natural that prices for large purchases such as homes would change, too.

Female student holding up soft, flexible device

Flexing some muscle

The soft robots of the future are strong, nimble and adaptable