Elizabeth Meyer has spent her career working with teachers and students to study how school policies can help or harm LGBTQ+ youth. In this Q&A, she weighs in on the wave of legislation around the country targeting the rights of transgender and nonbinary kids.
In CU Boulder's intergenerational writing class, students discover a new richness to topics such as birth control, racism and the war on drugs when they have a chance to explore them alongside members of older generations who have lived through similar social upheavals. Community members are invited to apply.
Doctoral student Aniya Khalili was looking for a research lab that would match her values. She found that match in 2019 with Professor Shelly Miller and was introduced to the practice of community-engaged scholarship.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano and other CU Boulder representatives recently showcased the university in Washington, D.C., meeting with alumni, donors, media and legislators to share successes from Boulder and discuss upcoming priorities.
CU Boulder and the Colorado Community College System have signed an agreement that streamlines the transfer process for engineering students. CU Boulder is the first in the state to offer a civil engineering transfer program.
“I goed to school, and my friends were not listening.” Layne Hubbard, who earned her doctorate from CU Boulder in 2021, is developing new technology to help young kids take charge of their own stories.
When you were in high school science class, was one of your lead instructors a sculptor? Maybe, but you probably didn’t know about it. Working with teaching artists is one way CU Science Discovery approached its recent field course to foster STEM engagement and career exploration among Colorado high school students.