Assistant Professor Kaushik Jayaram works in the lab while wearing a mask

Return to research: Animal Inspired Movement and Robotics Lab hits the ground running

July 17, 2020

After working remotely, engineering researchers are gradually and safely returning to campus to continue their work in the lab. Assistant Professor Kaushik Jayaram shares his experience.

A silhouette of Washington's logo with an asterisk.

How a CU law professor helped change Washington’s football mascot

July 13, 2020

Carla Fredericks, an associate professor of law, helped organize a campaign that changed the NFL.

Researchers in the Labbe Lab

Return to research: A new normal for the Labbe Lab

July 6, 2020

After working remotely, engineering researchers are gradually and safely returning to campus to continue their work in the lab. Assistant Professor Nicole Labbe shares about her return to research.

A member of a robotics research team working in a lab after a return to on-campus research

Robotics researchers ready to start field-testing their code

June 26, 2020

After months of remote work due to COVID-19, Chris Heckman and some of his team are headed back to the lab for testing and experimentation.

Hillary Potter

Why is Juneteenth gaining momentum?

June 18, 2020

CU Boulder Today recently spoke with Associate Professor Hillary Potter to glean insights and understanding about Juneteenth.

Sophomore Aristotle Bougas holds items from the care package shipped to his home.

Comic book care packages connect students across space and time

May 20, 2020

In mid-April, as instructor Chris Koehler was preparing to remotely teach his Pathway to Space class about the role imagination plays in our concept of space, he had an imaginative idea of his own.

June with the kids

6 questions: Navigating life as a working mom in a pandemic

May 7, 2020

About 55 million U.S. kids have been hunkered down at home the past few months, often in households where both parents work full time. In honor of Mother's Day, we caught up with CU Boulder psychology professor and mother-of-two June Gruber for her perspective and advice for working moms.

Patricia Rankin

What will it take to close the gender gap in physics? Patricia Rankin is working to find out

April 23, 2020

Physicist Patricia Rankin was an advisor on a new report from the National Academy of Sciences that lays out why women leave science fields—and what institutions can do to reverse that loss.

Jennifer Ho participating in the inauguration of Chancellor Carol Folt at UNC Chapel Hill in October 2014 (Photo provided)

Anti-Asian discrimination amid pandemic spurs Jennifer Ho to action

April 17, 2020

Jennifer Ho is working to cultivate conversations about race through a variety of projects at CU Boulder—especially amid widespread reports of anti-Asian discrimination surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

CU Boulder English Professor Adam Bradley

Professor Adam Bradley wins 2020 Hazel Barnes Prize

April 15, 2020

English Professor Adam Bradley has been named the 2020 recipient of the Hazel Barnes Prize, the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from the university.

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