Totaling $700,000, the 2021 grant awards announced by the Office of the Provost and the Research & Innovation Office are going toward 16 new proposals for up to $50,000 each, including two new CU Boulder Grand Challenge projects.
For the next chapter of her career, with an NSF CAREER grant, Casey Fiesler—who studies technology ethics, internet law and policy, and online communities—will launch a five-year research project on ethical speculation in technology design.
The nation’s largest anti-death penalty organization recently honored Sociology Professor Michael Radelet, on the eve of his retirement, for a lifetime of research examining the true societal costs of capital punishment.
Katherine Stange and Jonathan Wise are among 40 mathematicians nationwide to win this fellowship, which aims to allow scholars to focus on research for the "long periods often necessary for significant advances in their disciplines."
The Boulder Faculty Assembly held a virtual ceremony April 6 to honor this year's nine BFA Excellence Award winners. In attendance were members of CU leadership, colleagues, nominators, friends and family.
The campus community is celebrating this year's 38 recipients of the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship, a prestigious award that recognizes and supports outstanding students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. There were also several honorable mentions.
Anna McTigue and Spencer Hurt are among only 410 college students from across the U.S. in 2021 to be awarded Goldwater Scholarships, which reward juniors and seniors who are actively conducting research in math, science and engineering.