CU Boulder was one of just three recipients of the coveted Innovation & Economic Prosperity University designation at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities annual meeting held last month in San Diego.
Terri Fiez, vice chancellor for research and innovation and professor of electrical, computer and energy engineering, has been named an NAI fellow—the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors.
CU Boulder staff members were honored recently for their work, both with the presentation of the Chancellor's Employee of the Year Award to four recipients and the annual Staff Council Appreciation Breakfast held at the University Memorial Center.
John and Kathy Rosenbloom are giving $900,000 to establish endowed gifts to the university’s Program in Jewish Studies and Conference on World Affairs (CWA). Their generosity speaks to their passion for public education and diverse dialogue.
The 2019 Excellence in Leadership Lecture and Luncheon celebrated two winners of the Excellence in Leadership Award: Regina Kilkenny, chief of staff at CU Denver, and Kelly Fox, executive vice chancellor and chief operating officer at CU Boulder.
Recent graduate Zeena Nisar is a member of the 2020–21 class of Schwarzman Scholars and the first CU Boulder alumna to win the prestigious scholarship, which prepares graduate students for global leadership roles.
Paul Sanchez, a scientist in aerospace engineering, is getting an asteroid named after him. And it's actually two asteroids: His namesake is a binary system made up of two rocky bodies orbiting around each other in space.
A Boulder native and honors student, Jake Reagan learned of his award on Saturday following an interview in Salt Lake City. He shared the news by phone with his parents and siblings, who were gathered in Boulder awaiting his call.