Students release biodegradable balloons as part of class project

CU's inaugural science, engineering policy fellowship winners announced

April 17, 2018

Michelle Lin, Sage Sherman and Abby Oglesby have been named the winners of CU Boulder's new Colorado Science and Engineering Policy Fellowship for students with backgrounds in STEM.

Students release biodegradable balloons as part of class project

3 environmental engineering grad students win AWWA scholarships

April 16, 2018

Nicollette Laroco has won the the Woodard & Curran Scholarship; Sydney Ulliman has received the Dave Caldwell Scholarship recipient; and Kaitlin Mattos has been awarded the Arcadis Scholarship.

Students release biodegradable balloons as part of class project

RIO seed grant awarded to Sherri Cook, Katie Chambers

April 16, 2018

Environmental Engineering Professor Sherri Cook and graduate student Katie Chambers were awarded the 2018 Research & Innovation Seed Grant.

Amanda Grennell

Recent student lands PBS NewsHour science reporting fellowship gig

April 13, 2018

Amanda Grennell has been selected for a prestigious fellows program through the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Each year, the program taps 15 to 20 science, engineering and mathematics graduate students or recent graduates.

Sarah Krakoff

Campus Q&A: The scholarly approach of prize-winner Sarah Krakoff

April 13, 2018

Chosen for the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from campus, this year's Hazel Barnes Prize winner Sarah Krakoff orchestrates the interrelationship of learning and research as a community enterprise in a quest to inspire her students and help the public.

Jordan Wirfts-Brock stands in front of her first-place winning project

Jordan Wirfs-Brock wins first Data Visualization Contest

April 13, 2018

Down with data? Check out the interactive exhibit for the inaugural Data Visualization Contest, featuring work by Wirfs-Brock and other graduate students, currently on view at Norlin Library.

Serene Singh

CU Boulder student awarded prestigious Truman Scholarship

April 13, 2018

Serene Singh, a CU Boulder junior majoring in political science and journalism, has won a prestigious Truman Scholarship, an honor that brings with it up to $30K for graduate study.

Students release biodegradable balloons on campus

Katie McQuie wins Leonard Rice Memorial Scholarship

April 12, 2018

The environmental engineering student has won the top prize of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Colorado's Scholarship and Education Foundation.

2018 winners at the Disability Services Awards Ceremony

Disability Services recognizes outstanding work at annual awards ceremony

April 6, 2018

Several campus members were recognized earlier this week at a ceremony aimed at spreading awareness of exceptional work and advocacy, all for the betterment of the student population.

Professor Ruben Donato

Professor to receive scholars of color, distinguished career award

April 6, 2018

The country's largest interdisciplinary research association devoted to education and learning is awarding the 2018 Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award to CU Boulder's Rubén Donato.