Students in digital humanities class

Digital humanities graduate certificate takes interdisciplinary approach

Oct. 25, 2019

If you are a computing student interested in the study of society and culture, or a humanities student wanting to learn computational methods, consider applying to earn a graduate certificate in digital humanities.

A music student learning

Cleveland Orchestra residency returns to CU Boulder

Oct. 23, 2019

In September, the College of Music welcomed back members of the renowned Cleveland Orchestra for three days of master classes, performances and a huge side-by-side rehearsal. Students celebrated the importance of mentorship and diversity in their music careers.

CU Boulder and NOAA scientists at a screening of Ice on Fire

Experts see hope despite grim climate projections

Oct. 18, 2019

CU Boulder and NOAA scientists joined a panel discussion Thursday night following a screening of Ice on Fire, an HBO documentary.

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Patty Limerick featured on The New Yorker Festival panel

Oct. 9, 2019

The faculty director of CU Boulder's Center of the American West will be in New York Oct. 13 speaking as part of the festival's 20th anniversary event, discussing the legacy of President Donald Trump.

The stage at Grusin Music Hall

Latin Grammy-nominated album recorded at Grusin Music Hall

Oct. 1, 2019

A cross-cultural collaboration in Grusin Music Hall is being recognized with one of the biggest honors in music.

Professor Iain Boyd

The growing hypersonics and national defense research on campus

Sept. 27, 2019

Iain Boyd is thinking fast. Extremely fast. So fast that breaking the sound barrier is practically standing still. Welcome to the world of hypersonics, where the minimum speed is at least 3,836 mph, or five times the speed of sound.

Student talking with advisor.

What can my advisor help me with?

Sept. 13, 2019

Your advisor has a world of opportunities to share with you! Set up an appointment with your advisor today to map out 4-year degree plans—including plans with minors, certificates or more than one major.

Rachel Bowyer, right, and Seth Hornstein

Instructors illuminate labs using universal design for learning

Sept. 13, 2019

Rachel Bowyer is not just updating the 200-page Introduction to Astronomy lab manual, she’s making the assignments accessible to students with visual impairments.

Student studying in library.

Getting the most from campus libraries

Sept. 13, 2019

The University Libraries system is the largest library collection in the Rocky Mountains. With study spaces, collections and librarians, find your place in any of the five libraries on campus.

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Hot takes on classic subjects: 5 unique classes this fall

Sept. 12, 2019

From Game of Thrones to outer space, a handful of CU Boulder classes stand out in the course catalog this fall. Here are a few.