On May 3, members of the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology and Colorado congressional delegation joined leaders and scientists from CU Boulder to showcase university research and federal partnerships.
Computer science doctoral student Christine Chang was recently invited to testify before the Committee on Business, Labor and Technology on a piece of proposed legislation that deals with artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology and related privacy issues.
On Feb. 25, Colorado Department of Higher Education Executive Director Angie Paccione visited the campus for a learning tour. She met with community members who are part of the women's basketball team; campus sustainability initiatives; diversity, equity and inclusion programs; the aerospace engineering program; and others.
The university’s CUbit Quantum Initiative recently hosted a workshop focused on the quantum industry from both Finland and Colorado. It included representatives from some of the biggest names in the industry, including NIST, JILA and others.
CU Boulder climate scientist Waleed Abdalati rafted a stretch of the Colorado River with senators Michael Bennet and Mitt Romney to talk about how Western communities can build greater resilience to climate and weather extremes.