Kathryn Huether

Kathryn Huether Accepted into University of Minnesota PhD Program

April 25, 2016

Religious Studies MA student and spring 2016 graduate, Kathryn Huether, has been awarded a full scholarship and acceptance to the PhD program in Historical Musicology at the University of Minnesota School of Music. Kathryn will be studying under Dr. Karen Painter and will be focusing on music of World War...

Sam Boyd

Professor Sam Boyd Highlighted in Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine

April 24, 2016

Brian Catlos

Professor Brian Catlos Wins 2016 Innovative Seed Grant for Mediterranean Studies

April 5, 2016

Professor Brian Catlos Wins 2016 Innovative Seed Grant for Mediterranean Studies Mediterranean Studies is an emerging interdisciplinary field that draws on methodologies and perspectives taken from across the humanities, social sciences and the arts, and a research-driven response to the Eurocentric tendencies that continue to warp scholarship regarding the emergence...

Tyler Lehrer

Tyler Lehrer Wins Ray Hauser Award, Accepted into Ph.D. Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

April 1, 2016

Tyler A. Lehrer, MA candidate, won the Ray Hauser Award from the University of Colorado Graduate School to travel to Sri Lanka to conduct MA thesis research. This award is given in recognition of Ray Hauser, the first Chair of the Graduate School Advisory Council, to fund graduate student research...

Brian Catlos

Professor Brian Catlos' Book Earns Honorable Mention at PROSE Awards

March 28, 2016

Professor Brian Catlos' Book Earns Honorable Mention at PROSE Awards The 2015 American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence gave an Honorable Mention in the category of European and World History to Brian Catlos’s Infidel Kings and Unholy Warriors: Power, Faith and Violence in the Age of Crusade and...

Kathryn Huether

Kathryn Huether Awarded Kathryn Davis Fellowship for Peace

March 24, 2016

Kathryn Huether Awarded Kathryn Davis Fellowship for Peace Kathryn Huether, M.A. Candidate in the Department of Religious Studies, has been awarded a Kathryn Davis Fellowship for Peace from Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT. The language fellowship provides full room, board, and tuition to attend one of Middlebury College’s Language Schools...

Sam Boyd

Professor Sam Boyd Wins Society of Biblical Literature Award

March 24, 2016

Professor Sam Boyd Wins Society of Biblical Literature Award Professor Boyd has been awarded the prestigious Regional Scholar Award by the Society of Biblical Literature for 2016. The award recognizes promising scholars in the field of Biblical Studies. The award is given based on two rounds of competition. The first...

Professor Sacks

Eli Sacks Hosts Embodied Judaism Event

March 17, 2016

Professor Eli Sacks Hosted the Embodied Judaism Event in November In April 1969, on the first anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., Jewish and African-American activists came together in Washington, D.C. to share a meal in solidarity, an event which came to be known as the Freedom...

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Eben Yonnetti Receives CAS Summer Language Fellowship

March 15, 2016

Eben Yonnetti, MA candidate, received a CAS Summer Language Fellowship Award to study Chinese this summer. Eben will be attending the International Chinese Language Program at National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan. Congratulations Eben!

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CU Boulder Launches Tibet Himalaya Initiative

Dec. 19, 2015

The Tibet Himalaya Initiative (THI) at CU Boulder celebrated the success of its inaugural semester with a graduate colloquium and reception in the Koenig Alumni Center on November 11, 2015. More than twenty-five graduate students, faculty, and supporters of THI from CU, Naropa University, and the Boulder community gathered for...

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