A tireless quest to expand knowledge and practices of human caring has sent education alumna Jean Watson around the world more than 20 times, sharing her theory of human caring and healing to educate the next generation of nursing and medical healers.
Under direct pressure from organizing groups and a civically engaged public mobilized by state violence against Black men, women and children, school districts are reducing or eliminating contracts with police, specifically school resource officers.
When Colorado went on lockdown last March, alumna Jessica Gilman was in her lab analyzing air samples. Gilman had spent the previous summer in a plane as part of research into wildfire smoke, its chemistry and effects on human health.
Learn about the work and achievements of several distinguished members of the CU community in a special series of videos. The series showcases how CU women have made a positive impact both on campus and in their own communities.
Gerardo Muñoz says his favorite experience at CU Boulder was simply discovering professors who "genuinely cared" about teaching. Muñoz himself now cares about teaching so much that he was named Colorado’s teacher of the year.