Pianist Toku Kawata's summer in Paris

Sept. 22, 2015

Toku Kawata, a third-year piano performance doctor of musical arts candidate, spent a month in Paris this summer to research "En Vers" by Japanese composer and sometime Paris resident Akira Miyoshi. He shared his experience with CU-Boulder's College of Music .Read more »

CU-Boulder research finds link between economic ties to UN, peacekeeper assignments

Sept. 3, 2015

New research led by a University of Colorado Boulder professor finds that nations torn by civil strife that have strong trade relations with the United Nations’ key decision-making states have a 20-percent greater likelihood of receiving peacekeepers.Read more »

Acclaimed 'Reading Lolita in Tehran' author Azar Nafisi gives free lecture Aug. 20 at CU-Boulder

Aug. 12, 2015

Award-winning Iranian writer Azar Nafisi will speak on “ The Republic of Imagination: Humanities and the Future of Democracies ” at the Best Should Teach Lecture from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 20, at Macky Auditorium.Read more »

CU-Boulder program empowers Latino, Chicano youth

July 13, 2015

Thirty-two Latino and Chicano Colorado high school students are immersing themselves in college life and learning July 12-18 at the University of Colorado Boulder as part of the third annual Aquetza: Youth Leadership, Education and Community Empowerment summer program.Read more »

Two alumni awarded Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowships

July 1, 2015

Two of the five recipients of the 2015 Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship are CU-Boulder alumni. Ari Beser (PolSci’11) and Ryan T. Bell (Hist’01) will study and document international stories over the next year.Read more »

Teachers learn ins and outs of infographics

June 22, 2015

Teachers from Colorado and beyond are learning the ins and outs of infographic design this week so they can bring new skills to their classrooms in the fall.Read more »

Moon engulfed in permanent, lopsided dust cloud

June 17, 2015

The moon is engulfed in a permanent but lopsided dust cloud that increases in density when annual events like the Geminids spew shooting stars, according to a new study led by University of Colorado Boulder.Read more »
Lorrie Shepard

Lorrie Shepard to retire as CU-Boulder School of Education dean

June 4, 2015

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today announced that Lorrie Shepard, dean of the School of Education, will retire effective May 31, 2016, and that a national search has been launched to find her replacement.Read more »
Icebergs choke the fjord where Jakobshavn glacier flows into the sea off western Greenland

The ebb and flow of Greenland's glaciers

June 1, 2015

In northwestern Greenland, glaciers flow from the main ice sheet to the ocean in see-sawing seasonal patterns. The ice generally flows faster in the summer than in the winter, and the ends of glaciers, jutting into the ocean, also advance and retreat with the seasons.Read more »

Ten CU-Boulder students offered Fulbright awards for 2015-16, one named alternate

May 21, 2015

Ten University of Colorado Boulder graduate students or alumni have been offered Fulbright grants to pursue teaching, research and graduate studies abroad during the 2015-16 academic year. In addition, one CU-Boulder doctoral student has been named an alternate.Read more »

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