Dean Kathy Schultz

Looking back and forward with Dean Kathy Schultz

Nov. 29, 2023

As a new dean, Kathy Schultz met with every faculty and staff member in the School of Education to learn more about their contributions. Now, Schultz reflects on her contributions as she prepares to step down—what she’s proud of, some of the lessons learned and her wishes for the future.

Steven Frost

For professor and textile artist, real-world voices offer purls of wisdom

Oct. 27, 2023

Weaving is a fitting love of Steven Frost, whose work as an artist and professor is all about tying seemingly disparate things together. Frost is an assistant professor of media studies at the College of Media, Communication and Information and associate chair for undergraduate studies.

Daphne Leong

Daphne Leong’s got rhythm

Oct. 20, 2023

When it comes to 20th- and 21st-century music, Professor of Music Theory Daphne Leong—along with her colleagues in the world of rhythm in music performance and scholarship—engages in intense research and endless experimentation, which brought her to Montreal’s McGill University for a recent residency.

Leah Sprain

Faces of public and community-engaged scholarship: Leah Sprain

Oct. 12, 2023

Associate Professor Leah Sprain’s work embraces the idea that the communication discipline is a practical discipline and that community partnerships are key components to doing scholarship well.

Milo Salazar

Milo Salazar uses legal education to reconstruct family history

Oct. 11, 2023

While his legal education at Colorado Law held the promise of further career fulfillment, what Milo Salazar did not anticipate was that it would also equip him with the tools to reconstruct his family’s Indigenous history.

Celeste Montoya

Colorado’s Latina legislators giving voice to their communities

Oct. 3, 2023

In a newly published chapter, CU Boulder researcher Celeste Montoya demonstrates how social movements have influenced Latina legislative leadership in Colorado.

Samuel Ramsey dons a beekeeper suit to remove a sample of honeycomb

‘You can’t be what you can’t see’

Sept. 26, 2023

Samuel “Dr. Sammy” Ramsey shares how embracing all sides of himself, from his skin color and whom he loves to his beliefs and background, helped him fight to save the honeybee—and prove the naysayers wrong.

Old Main building

‘A dream come true’: New faculty bring experience, enthusiasm to CMCI

Aug. 22, 2023

From leadership in high-tech fields to owning successful small businesses, the College of Media, Communication and Information's newest professors are poised to create incredible impacts.

Students and faculty pose with Professor Martha Palmer at the 2023 ACL conference

Professor recognized for lifetime of contributions to computational linguistics

Aug. 9, 2023

Professor Martha Palmer shares her 50-year journey through the field of natural language understanding, her current research and her thoughts on new generative artificial intelligence tools.

Jeffrey Nytch

Composition professor applies entrepreneurship to the arts

June 27, 2023

Associate Professor of Composition Jeffrey Nytch—who directs the College of Music’s Entrepreneurship Center for Music and who was recently awarded a MacDowell Fellowship—considers the application of entrepreneurial principles as essential to his creative practice.