alumnus Markos Scheer with kelp spools

Kelp and oyster farm yields jobs and hope

Nov. 16, 2023

With help from National Geographic, CU Boulder alumnus Markos Scheer expands a kelp farm to include oysters, and he touts the economic and environmental benefits of the venture.

Gary Wall receives the Los Alamos Medal

Pursuing purpose through physics

Nov. 10, 2023

Gary Wall, a 1970 CU Boulder physics graduate, won the Los Alamos Medal in recognition of more than 50 years of distinguished work at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Charles Hull and President Joe Biden

Alum’s invention of 3D printing recognized by President Biden

Oct. 31, 2023

Charles Hull—a CU Boulder alumnus who invented stereolithography, commonly known as 3D printing—was named among the 2023 recipients of the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.

Indigo Fischer

Alumna spotlight: Indigo Fischer

Oct. 18, 2023

College of Music alumna Indigo Fischer reflects on her time at CU Boulder and discusses her new role at the Music Academy of the West.

Mike Moreau

Aerospace graduate played leading role in asteroid mission

Sept. 26, 2023

CU Boulder alumnus Mike Moreau has had a major role in ensuring the success of NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission and most important challenge.

Zoe Rom running on a trail in the mountains

The sustainable runner: Alumna pens a ‘guide to climate advocacy’

Sept. 12, 2023

Zoё Rom, environmental journalist and editor-in-chief of Trail Runner magazine, leverages stories from running and other endurance sports to start climate discussions.

Paul Lichty

CU Boulder engineering grad builds world-leading materials science company

Aug. 3, 2023

Paul Lichty’s journey from doctoral student to running one of the world’s top atomic layer deposition companies was shaped by his time at CU Boulder.

Linda Villarosa

Linda Villarosa and racial disparities in health care

June 16, 2023

Since working as a health editor for Essence magazine in the 1980s, CU Boulder alumna Linda Villarosa has dedicated herself to unveiling racial disparities in the health care system.

Nancy Fisher Wilhelms

Career maestro offers tips for the next generation

June 9, 2023

CU Boulder alumna and businesswoman Nancy Fisher Wilhelms shares her secrets for a successful, fulfilling career with her book, “Yes! You Can Do It! The Young Woman’s Guide to Starting a Fulfilling Career.”

Oakland Bay Bridge

Civil engineering alumna advancing disaster risk reduction

March 28, 2023

Casie Venable currently works in San Francisco for Arup, a global collective of designers, engineers and consultants dedicated to sustainable development.