Science, engineering and nature came together for Colorado high school students at a unique summer camp—a chance for kids to learn about the possibilities of scientific research outside the traditional school setting.
Through Nov. 15, any U.S. citizen or permanent resident with an undergraduate GPA of 3.4 or higher who applies to a PhD program in the College of Engineering and Applied Science can do so for free—a $60 savings.
Doctoral student Tafadzwa Tivaringe recently received a prestigious invitation resulting from his years spent working in Cape Town, South Africa, and his CU Boulder research that draws from census data to examine graduate unemployment.
CU Boulder was named No. 57 out of 20,000 universities, placing it in the top 0.3 percent, in an annual ranking that measures quality of education, training of students, prestige of faculty and quality of research.
Provost Russell Moore today announced that Robert Shay, Dean of the College of Music, will take a leave of absence to continue medical treatment and then attenuate his tenure as dean, stepping down in October, 2020.