Sophie Woods

Engineers adjust plans to support Colorado town

April 27, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, sophomore Sophie Woods and the Engineers Without Borders Puerto Rico team faced difficulties due to the inability to travel. They made the difficult decision to suspend the Puerto Rico project and began searching for creative opportunities to bring engineering solutions to under-resourced communities.

Clark Lindsay, left, and family

Alumnus harnesses blockchain for secure purchasing of personal protective equipment

April 14, 2021

A Forever Buff is using his technology background to help small and medium-size companies order personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Street scene in Dolores, Colorado

New online network connects and supports Colorado’s rural entrepreneurs

March 31, 2021

Many of Colorado's small towns are losing young people as they follow job opportunities in bigger cities. But a new effort is trying to reinvigorate the economies of these tight-knit communities.

Stock image of workers packing food boxes during the COVID-19 pandemic

CEDaR food bank project helps with logistical issues during pandemic

March 29, 2021

In this collaboration, the Community Engagement, Design and Research Center and the Denver Department of Health & Environment are jointly tackling how to best manage information and activities among dozens of small and large Denver food banks during times of increased demand.

Raul Dominguez

Pandemic workaround: Choral Conductors Colloquium

March 19, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic blindsided not only arts organizations and presenters, but also arts education and mentorship. Fortunately, doctoral student Raul Dominguez knew just what to do.

Koelbel Building as viewed from Business Field

Competition winners deliver equitable vaccine distribution answers for Colorado governments

March 19, 2021

Four teams of graduate students competed for the top prize in the 20th annual Net Impact Case Competition run by students at the Leeds School of Business.

CU student teachers and their mentor teachers

Student teachers and mentor teachers support one another with joy, creativity in the classroom

March 9, 2021

In these unusual times, the School of Education is grateful for school partners, who are helping CU Boulder student teachers navigate challenging times. We asked student teachers and their mentor teachers what their partnership has meant to them.

Student doing spit test

Get tested and get a chance at winning gift cards, AirPods, more

Feb. 15, 2021

Campus community members: Participate in the COVID-19 monitoring program and become eligible for prizes, including gift cards to retailers like Whole Foods, Hulu, eBay, Apple and Spotify; CU Book Store gift cards; Apple AirPods and iPads; Galaxy Buds; and more.

Student wearing mask

Get your free reusable Buff face masks

Feb. 5, 2021

For faculty, staff and students working, studying and living on campus, it’s time to pick up your free CU Boulder reusable face coverings. They’re comfortable cloth masks with a secure fit, filter pocket, and they look good, too.

Billboard art displaying three circles with doves in them

Denver billboard art installation draws attention to ‘stop hate’

Feb. 2, 2021

A new artwork on view near downtown Denver is designed to address hate as a response to events and movements from the past year.

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