Author John McPhee to receive Stegner Award from CU's Center of the American West on Oct. 27

Oct. 12, 2011

John McPhee, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Encounters With the Archdruid" and "Coming Into the Country," will receive the Wallace Stegner Award from the University of Colorado Boulder's Center of the American West on Oct. 27.Read more »

CU student installations to help engage community in University Hill development

June 1, 2011

University of Colorado Boulder environmental design students are kicking off a community discussion on the future of University Hill public space through a series of installations being placed throughout the neighborhood this week.Read more »

$2 million endowed chair in Jewish history bolsters fast-growing CU-Boulder program

May 4, 2011

To honor a father who stoked their love of history and respect for civil rights, Boulder sisters and University of Colorado Boulder alumnae Midge Korczak and Leslie Singer Lomas have donated $2 million to endow the Louis P. Singer Endowed Chair in Jewish History at CU-Boulder.Read more »

CU-Boulder student Shane Baldauf wins national Udall Scholarship

April 22, 2011

Shane Baldauf, a sophomore in architecture and planning at the University of Colorado Boulder who is dedicated to ‘green' and affordable housing, has been awarded a prestigious Udall Scholarship.Read more »

Works of Stan Brakhage, film pioneer and longtime CU professor, preserved in new center

March 2, 2011

Stan Brakhage loved poetry and befriended poets but dubbed himself a failed poet. Many experts disagreed. He was, they said, a consummate poet -- one who spoke in the language of film and measured his meter in frames.Read more »

CU's Glenn Miller Archive acquires one of world's best Big Band Era collections

Feb. 21, 2011

The Glenn Miller Archive at the University of Colorado Boulder American Music Research Center has acquired one of the world's most significant collections of Big Band Era recordings and memorabilia.Read more »

Major faculty exhibition opens at CU Art Museum on Jan. 21

Jan. 20, 2011

The CU Art Museum at the University of Colorado Boulder opens the largest faculty exhibition to date on Friday, Jan. 21, at 10 a.m.Read more »

Music and Caroling an Important Part of Holiday Celebrations, Says CU Professor

Dec. 13, 2010

During the holidays, no matter how you celebrate or what your beliefs, music is almost always an important part of the celebration, according to Thomas Riis, a musicologist and director of the American Music Research Center in the University of Colorado at Boulder's College of Music.Read more »

Donation of 19,000 Volumes of Jewish-American Literature to CU Hailed as Signal of 'Effervescence'

Oct. 28, 2010

Brian E. Lebowitz has a deep fondness for used books and bookstores, a keen interest in Judaica and the acumen to amass a collection of 19,000 works of 20th century Jewish-American Literature. He is donating this collection to the University of Colorado at Boulder, and faculty members say the gift will enhance the university's stature.Read more »

Twenty CU-Boulder Doctoral Programs in Top 20 or Top 20 Percent In National Research Council Study

Sept. 28, 2010

A number of the University of Colorado at Boulder's doctoral programs, including those in geography, aerospace engineering sciences, integrative physiology, and astrophysical and planetary sciences, were highly rated in a report released today by the National Research Council, or NRC.Read more »

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