Serene Singh

CU Boulder student wins coveted Rhodes Scholarship

Nov. 18, 2018

Serene Singh, a senior in political science and journalism, is among 32 Americans who will receive the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University in England.

CU Women on the podium at the NCAA Cross Country Championships

CU women's cross-country team wins 2018 NCAA Championship

Nov. 17, 2018

The women's cross-country team won the Nov. 17 championship as senior Dani Jones captured the individual title. CU's men also returned to the podium with a fourth-place finish.

Student walks across campus with fall colors in background

For grad students: Key deadlines in November, December

Nov. 16, 2018

Get up to speed on approaching deadlines for graduate student funding, research programs and more, as well as academic deadlines for students planning to graduate in December.

Therapy dog bell on campus

Reducing stress with a wag, a woof and a nuzzle: Therapy dogs on campus

Nov. 16, 2018

Companions of the furry kind will serve in CU Boulder's new student therapy program, spearheaded by Counseling and Psychiatric Services and launched in time for finals preparation.

Police car and lights

Boulder police investigating crime in Goss Grove neighborhood of Boulder

Nov. 16, 2018

On Nov. 16, the Boulder Police Department released information about a crime that had been committed overnight in the Goss Grove neighborhood just north of campus.

Researcher Corrie Detweiller in the lab

Interdisciplinary Research & Innovation Seed Grant program accepting proposals for research, creative work

Nov. 16, 2018

Designed to stimulate new areas of research and creative work, the program is accepting proposals through Jan. 22. Attend a workshop Nov. 29 to get help strengthening your proposal.

Flutist Kaleb Chesnic

And the winner of the 2018 Ekstrand Competition is...

Nov. 16, 2018

This year, flutist Kaleb Chesnic has the honor of calling himself the winner of this unique competition, geared toward graduate students, of personal musical expression.

Engineering students studying abroad in Sweden

New global aerospace, co-op degree offered by CU Engineering

Nov. 16, 2018

The new track allows students to graduate with a bachelor's in aerospace engineering and minor in computer science, plus study abroad and co-op work experience, in just five years.

Students release biodegradable balloons as part of class project

Professor honored by American Society of Civil Engineers

Nov. 16, 2018

CU Boulder Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering's Ross Corotis has won an award that highlights the lifetime achievements of civil engineers.

Luminous mobile ticket centers designed by CU Boulder students

Student project receives prestigious local, international recognition

Nov. 15, 2018

Mobile ticket centers, designed by environmental design students for the Denver Botanic Gardens, have been awarded the 2018 Mayor's Design Award and the Architecture MasterPrize.