For more than a decade, generations of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff made acquaintance with one of the best friends they could ever have. And through the support of people around the country, her legacy will live on for years to come.
The current COVID-19 pandemic and other disease outbreaks aren't just biological phenomena, a team of archaeologists argue—these events are also shaped by the broader welfare of human societies. Read more
More than 70% of neurological diseases, including Alzheimer's disease and the concussion-related disorder CTE, are believed to be fueled by protein clusters called tau aggregates. A new study sheds light on how they damage brain cells, and could ultimately lead to new therapies for such "tauopathies." Read more
This week's Buff Innovator Insights podcast features Evan Thomas, who is working with partners around the world to expand access to safe water, sanitation, energy, food, shelter and infrastructure. Read more
The campus's academic assessment steering committee has been spending the spring semester studying the various levels of student learning assessment already occurring on campus. Get an update. Read more
For more than a decade, generations of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff made acquaintance with one of the best friends they could ever have. And through the support of people around the country, her legacy will live on for years to come. Read more
Upcoming Canvas training sessions include grading in Canvas, maximizing student engagement and collaboration, and administering exams using the Canvas Quizzes Tool. Get help from the Office of Information Technology. Read more
In this talk, LASP scientist and MAVEN principal investigator Bruce Jakosky will discuss recent, ongoing and future Mars exploration, international collaboration, possible human missions and whether we can change the Martian climate to better allow humans to survive on the surface. Read more