The Denver Scholarship Foundation recently selected CU Boulder as its college partner of the year for its commitment to creating a welcoming and supportive college community where students can thrive and achieve their educational goals.
Clinical Professor Ann England is being recognized for years of teaching aspiring lawyers in Colorado Law’s Criminal Defense Clinic, which has produced over 120 public defenders in Colorado and across the nation, and serving as a role model and mentor.
CU Boulder’s internationally renowned Takács Quartet won a 2021 Gramophone Classical Music Award in the Chamber category for their 2019 recording of two complementary piano quintets with pianist Garrick Ohlsson.
Professor Suzette Malveaux and her partner, Catherine Smith, accepted the Gerald A. Gerash Advocacy Award presented by The Center on Colfax at the center’s 45th anniversary gala. The award honors those who demonstrate a history of advocacy for the LGBTQ community.
Shuo Sun, an assistant professor of physics and fellow at JILA, a joint institute of CU Boulder and the National Institute for Standards and Technology, will lead a $2.5 million collaboration among universities, national labs and private industry.
In an award-winning paper, Assistant Professor Gloria Urrea looks at how virtual volunteers help organizations make social impact through the use of online volunteering platforms—a topic scarcely studied until now.
In one of the campus's longest-standing traditions, 8 outstanding individuals, plus the campus's Pandemic Scientific Steering Committee and Science Team—including 12 individuals—are being honored with Alumni Awards for 2021.
Lisa Marshall, associate director of science storytelling in Strategic Relations and Communications, won a Silver Media Relations award from PRSA Colorado in 2021 for her story "New COVID-19 test returns results in 45 minutes, without nasal swab."