As Tom Windham stood among the 250,000 people gathered in front of the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech galvanized the 19-year-old. The experience propelled him to a career of championing education. Read more from the September 2018 edition of Voices.
Among the founding members of the College of Music National Alumni Council, Michael Musick is a media artist, creative technologist, composer, performer and improviser who’s also keeping busy as an assistant professor at the University of Montana.
Have you ever thought about the crossroads of children’s media and gender studies? For Christopher Bell, this concept is constantly on the brain, whether he's teaching at UCCS or consulting for Pixar. Read more from Bell, the upcoming Diversity and Inclusion Summit keynote speaker.
People love to stand, sit, stomp and jump all over Chris Carlson’s work. A full-time professional artist based in Denver, this alumnus travels the world painting and drawing directly on sidewalks, plazas and pavement.
As vice chairman, president and CEO of the Miami Dolphins, alumnus Tom Garfinkel has led an off-the-field resurrection of one of the NFL’s most storied franchises, proving a Buffalo can become a Dolphin.
There’s a new entry on the growing menu of tasty meat alternatives, brought to you by alumni Tyler Huggins and Justin Whiteley. Emergy Foods aims to launch this fast-growing, sustainable protein in local Colorado restaurants in early 2020.
Researching in one of the most inaccessible and extreme places on Earth, Antarctica, Ian Geraghty is using LIDAR aimed at the sky to study the atmosphere at altitudes so high, Earth and space weather interact.