Nich Schneider

Planetary scientist honored for his cosmic perspective

July 24, 2019

A CU Boulder planetary scientist is this year’s recipient of the Richard H. Emmons award for "extraordinary teaching"

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Be productive: Do more, work less

July 5, 2019

While research suggests that most people are productive for a maximum of four hours a day, the style for how one manages those four hours can vary widely. Here are some tips to make your four-hour workday productive.

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Fuel your academic argument with these writing prompts

July 5, 2019

Are you a procrastinator who suffers from writing anxiety? Are you having trouble dedicating time to writing your dissertation? The Graduate School has two tips for you.

Provost Russ Moore signing Ramaley beam

Integrative physiology building gets ‘topped out’ and feted

June 27, 2019

Construction of a new integrative physiology building reached a literal apex Thursday, as the final steel beam was ceremoniously signed and laid atop the new structure. A formal topping-off event was held at the site, home to a new $21.8 million expansion of the Ramaley Biology Building.

Jack Burns in front of the moon

Faculty in Focus: Heading back to the moon (this time, for good)

June 21, 2019

Getting humans back to the moon is one thing. Jack Burns and other CU scientists are asking, "How can we stay?" As the United States prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary, on July 20, of Neil Armstrong’s first lunar step, the nation is again getting serious about going back.

CU Boulder Engineering Center

New biomedical engineering degrees to launch at CU Boulder

June 13, 2019

Beginning as early as fall 2020, the College of Engineering and Applied Science will offer new bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in biomedical engineering.

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5 tips for productive writing habits

June 7, 2019

Publishing is a crucial component of research, but most academics would rather talk about their sex life than their writing problems. Get writing tips culled from decades of research.

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Earn your CU Boulder bachelor’s and master’s degrees at an accelerated pace

May 15, 2019

CU Boulder is offering a newly structured program for undergraduates interested in getting a bachelor’s and master’s degree in an accelerated amount of time.

Hannah Glick

Workshops helped students prepare for the 3MT competition

May 13, 2019

The second annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition was held at the Graduate School in February. Using only one slide, competitors were challenged to describe their research in three minutes to a panel of judges and an audience from the community.

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First-year students encouraged to reach out

April 24, 2019

Finishing up papers, projects and exams can feel overwhelming as the spring semester nears its end. Fortunately, the campus libraries have resources and services that can help.