Child plays a game that teaches impulse control with graduate student Jade Yonehiro

Impulse control is just a click away

March 4, 2019

CU Boulder psychology and neuroscience faculty and students have created a new research program at the Children's Museum of Denver to help children learn how to control their impulses.

Macbeth performers on stage

The Bard in your backyard: Shakespeare covers Colorado

Feb. 15, 2019

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival announced a new initiative to bring live Shakespeare to every county in the state by 2028, reaching an estimated 180,000 audience members.

Students affiliated with CU Boulder's Intermountain Neuroimaging Consortium teach elementary school students about the brain

Creating brain awareness in eastern Colorado

Feb. 5, 2019

CU Boulder's neuroscience outreach program will be teaching students from 11 school districts about the brain and how it functions.

Book from the Latino History Project.

Beyond Boulder: Students shed new light on rich Latino history

Jan. 16, 2019

Three CU Boulder seniors interning with the Latino History Project are helping to document and preserve the past and making historical information available online to the public and for use by teachers in their classrooms.

Outreach map of Colorado

CU public outreach gets new look

Jan. 14, 2019

The University of Colorado’s public outreach and community engagement efforts are coming into clearer focus, thanks to a new tool that shows statewide impact.

Dean Sara Thompson

Faculty in Focus: A century of innovative outreach and engagement

Jan. 11, 2019

In this conversation with Continuing Education Dean Sara Thompson, find out how the division she leads connects university resources with communities statewide.

Digital library

University Libraries share materials with global digital collection

The University Libraries at CU Boulder have joined with HathiTrust, a digital library containing millions of volumes, for long-term preservation of materials.

Young student raises hand in classroom

‘Grow your own’ teacher programs address shortage in rural districts

CU Boulder’s School of Education is helping rural school districts attract and retain new teachers by partnering with schools and organizations dedicated to the same goals.

Young student touches an animal fossil

Natural history comes to life for students statewide

CU Museum of Natural History educator Jim Hakala is on a mission to bring fossils and ancient artifacts to every Colorado fourth grader, especially those with limited access to educational resources.

2013 Boulder flood

Students work to prepare Boulder County for next environmental disaster

Dec. 10, 2018

One Program for Writing and Rhetoric class has spent the semester working with Foothills United Way to help prepare for Boulder’s next environmental disaster.

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