David O. Norris

David Norris recognized as top Baldwin U alumnus

July 9, 2018

David O. Norris, professor emeritus of integrative physiology at the University of Colorado Boulder, has won the highest honor conferred upon a graduate of Baldwin Wallace University by the BW Alumni Association.

Students release biodegradable balloons as part of class project

Jerome Fox receives 2 national awards on the same day

July 9, 2018

CU Boulder chemical and biological engineering Assistant Professor Jerome M. Fox won two prestigious national awards this spring.

Students release biodegradable balloons into the air as part of class project

Rong Long lands NSF CAREER award

July 2, 2018

Congratulations to CU Boulder mechanical engineering Assistant Professor Rong Long for earning a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Award.

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Google expands STEM education access, reach with $2 million-plus to CU Boulder

June 28, 2018

Google has announced a $1.5 million Google.org grant in support of CU Boulder's PhET Interactive Simulations, and rent-free space for the National Center for Women & Information Technology.

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Alex Zunger wins prestigious energy medal

June 23, 2018

Alex Zunger of CU's Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute joins the ranks of former President Jimmy Carter, receiving the prestigious Karl W. Böer Solar Energy Medal of Merit Award.

NVC winners

Leading toy maker Sphero acquires CU Boulder-bred startup Specdrums

June 22, 2018

Specdrums is a student-founded company that was CU Boulder’s 2018 New Venture Challenge champion. The technology involves app-controlled wearable rings that can turn color into sound.

George King

George King selected by Phoenix Suns in 2018 NBA draft

June 22, 2018

King, who averaged 12.9 points and 7.8 rebounds per game as a senior, is the University of Colorado's fifth NBA draft pick in the last eight years, marking the coach Tad Boyle era.

Actors in the Shakespeare and Violence Prevention project act out a scene in front of students.

Shakespeare & Violence Prevention project gets $25,000 NEA grant

June 12, 2018

The Shakespeare in American Communities grant funds CSF’s Shakespeare & Violence prevention school tour.

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Paul W. Kroll elected to American Philosophical Society

May 31, 2018

With this recognition, Kroll, a professor of Chinese, joins a group whose membership includes U.S. presidents, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, scores of Nobel laureates and others.

University Hill in the 1800s

CU Boulder celebrates archives' centennial with 100 stories, event June 6

May 29, 2018

Peruse a number of stories, including what University Hill was like when CU was established in 1876. Then join the celebration June 6 to take a tour and learn about the archives' future.