Ferguson has been elected to the distinguished American Institute for Medical and Biomedical Engineering’s College of Fellows. Her research seeks to enhance human health by better understanding the materials and mechanics of the body, as well as finding effective solutions to treat patients’ injuries and illnesses.
The Boulder Faculty Assembly is pleased to announce its 2022 awards, with winners in the categories of excellence in research, scholarly and creative work; leadership and service; and teaching and pedagogy.
The College of Music's annual honors competition is always an exciting event, when both undergraduate and graduate students hope to land the opportunity to perform with the CU Symphony Orchestra. Check out this year's finalists and winners.
The National Academy of Engineering is recognizing Argrow as a new member for 2022. The professional distinction is one of the highest an engineer can receive. Argrow has conducted major research to advance uncrewed aerial systems to increase our understanding of supercell thunderstorms that can spawn tornados.
The group of mechanical engineering seniors is the first CU Boulder team to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Collegiate Wind Competition—an event in which future engineers are challenged to find a unique solution to a wind energy project.
CU Boulder's Andrew Lucas and Bethany Wilcox have been awarded the Early Career Development Program, one of the NSF’s most prestigious awards, to improve the teaching of quantum mechanics to students and to search for new kinds of fluids.
Miniature cardboard arcades, ketchup and mustard bottle game controllers, candy and gold stock trading over the phone: These are some of the concepts selected for a coveted showcase of new games that feature unusual controls and surprising interactions.
Liza Graybill and Sydney Walthall have been awarded spots in the Brooke Owens program, which provides paid internships and mentoring to exceptional undergraduate women seeking careers in aviation or space exploration.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general scientific society, has announced that three CU Boulder researchers will join the ranks of its newest class of fellows.