spring trees on the CU Boulder campus with Flatirons in the background

Interdisciplinary team receives National Endowment for the Humanities award

April 13, 2022

A team of of Arts and Sciences faculty has won a $150,000 grant for a project that aims to develop a curricular initiative that enhances the humanities and data science by developing courses that are equally rooted in each discipline.

Amy Hoagland

CU Boulder artist wins national award for art about climate change

April 7, 2022

Amy Hoagland received the top award from new program that recognizes emerging craft artists who advance sustainability through their art. Hoagland's work is also on display at the CU Art Museum through April 14.

Buffalo sculpture on campus

Regents recognize 2022 award recipients

March 31, 2022

The CU Board of Regents recently announced the latest slate of recipients of honorary degrees, distinguished service medals and university medals. The CU Boulder affiliates––Juan Espinosa, Linda Hogan, Ryan Haygood and Michael Leeds will be part of a private ceremony on May 4.

Old Main and the Flatirons

Faculty assembly invites campus to celebrate excellence award winners April 11

March 29, 2022

The Boulder Faculty Assembly is pleased invite members of the campus community to attend this year’s in-person ceremony in celebration of the recipients of the 2022 BFA Excellence Awards.

Math building

Mathematicians win prestigious NSF CAREER Awards

March 17, 2022

CU Boulder’s Agnès Beaudry and Sean O’Rourke will use the support to advance homotopy theory and random matrix theory.

Kai Larsen

Kai Larsen among world’s most influential academics in analytics, says magazine

March 17, 2022

A thought leader in business analytics education and researcher in machine learning and natural language processing, Larsen was recently named an influencer by CDO Magazine. Read his thoughts about how data is becoming a disruptor for business schools.

Brett Fiedler

Researcher recognized for work to help the blind learn geometry

March 17, 2022

With colleagues at other institutions, Brett Fiedler, a physics-education and inclusive-design specialist, and PhET Interactive Simulations researcher, has been recognized for his work to help blind or visually-impaired people learn geometry.

Adam Kowalski

Adam Kowalski awarded Karen Harvey Prize

March 10, 2022

Adam Kowalski is the 2022 Karen Harvey Prize recipient in recognition of his transformative research into stellar flares and their influence on the Sun, other stars and habitability of exoplanets.


Nikolaus Correll, Alan Mickelson receive award for open educational practices

March 9, 2022

The University Libraries and CU Student Government are pleased to recognize Nikolaus Correll and Alan Mickelson as the recipients of the 2022 Open Educator Award. Both associate professors were selected for their use of open educational practices in teaching.

Zoya Popovic in the lab with fellow researchers

Distinguished Professor Zoya Popovic elected to National Academy of Engineering

March 9, 2022

Zoya Popovic of electrical, computer and energy engineering was honored “for developing high-efficiency microwave transmitters and active antenna arrays for wireless communication systems and for engineering education.”