Michael Rush

Fulbright taps 10 CU Boulder students, 1 'alternate' for 2017-18 awards

May 5, 2017

With offers from the Fulbright program, a number of CU Boulder graduate students and alumni are eyeing research and teaching in such places as the Netherlands, India, France and Chile.Read more »
Graduate student Julie Byle holds an aquatic invertebrate near creek

Grad student working to transform science education

May 3, 2017

Graduate student Julie Byle is delving into a new, transformative approach to science education thanks to a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship.Read more »
CU Boulder sociology professor Jill Harrison

Sociology professor explores bureaucracy, environmental justice failures

May 1, 2017

With environmental justice programs showing minimal success in bringing equality to low-income communities, Jill Harrison is actively researching bureaucratic causes, thanks to funding from American Council of Learned Societies.Read more »
Nathaniel Nash and Rachel Boyce set up a light stand. (Photo courtesy of CMCI.)

Journalism programs earn reaccreditation

May 1, 2017

In a 23-0 decision among voting members on Friday, the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC) granted full reaccreditation to CU Boulder's undergraduate and graduate journalism programs.Read more »
Students studying

Find your study spot

April 24, 2017

The CU-Boulder campus boasts a wealth of places to study, both those that are well-known and those that only a select few are aware of. As the end of the semester approaches and finals loom, we encourage you to find your favorite campus nook in which to study.Read more »
Leslie Reynolds

Reynolds named interim University Libraries dean

April 18, 2017

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today announced the appointment of Leslie Reynolds as the interim dean of University Libraries.Read more »
Ken Baker

Researchers assist in streamlining wireless innovation

April 18, 2017

The University of Colorado Boulder is one of only two academic institutions to contribute expertise, testing and refinements to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC's) newly-launched, experimental licensing system for wireless research. The online system, which helps qualified programs and researchers acquire experimental licenses in a matter of days rather than months, is the only one of its kind worldwide and clears the way for more innovative wireless research in the U.S.Read more »
Students studying

Looking for some pre-finals study and test-taking tips?

April 17, 2017

With the end of the semester in view, there is still time to refine your study and test-taking skills. The Academic Skills Program is offering several workshops on study skills and finals preparation over the next couple of weeks. All of the workshops are free and open to all CU Boulder students.Read more »
Hands playing piano

This summer: Learn to play piano entirely online

April 17, 2017

Alejandro Cremaschi will teach the finer points of beginner piano playing this summer in an online course geared toward non-music majors. The class is now open for registration and limited to 15 to 20 students.Read more »
Alison Jaggar and Karolin Luger

Biochemist, philosopher join American Academy of Arts and Sciences

April 13, 2017

Professors Alison Jaggar, of philosophy, and Karolin Luger, of biochemistry, join singer-songwriter John Legend, award-winning actress Carol Burnett, mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and a host of other scholars and big thinkers as members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the academy announced this week.Read more »

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