Billboard art displaying three circles with doves in them

Denver billboard art installation draws attention to ‘stop hate’

Feb. 2, 2021

A new artwork on view near downtown Denver is designed to address hate as a response to events and movements from the past year.

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Learning to coexist with coyotes, COVID-19 and each other

Jan. 29, 2021

Joanna Lambert, who will be speaking at CU on the Weekend Feb. 6, reflects on how her research carries lessons for coexisting with coyotes, COVID-19 and each other.

College of Music John Davis conducting

Looking forward with music Dean John Davis

Jan. 25, 2021

College of Music Dean John Davis addressed what’s on the horizon as the college begins a new year with a new dean.

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Psychologist launches mental illness course for the masses

Jan. 22, 2021

After leading a call to action on the burgeoning mental-illness crisis, a CU Boulder professor has launched a massive, open online course on mental health.

Bert Tolbert

After a century, one constant is embracing change

Jan. 20, 2021

CU Boulder Emeritus Professor of Chemistry Bert Tolbert is celebrating his 100th birthday.

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Sociologist’s probe of prison gangs wins top award

Jan. 12, 2021

CU Boulder’s David Pyrooz and an Arizona State University colleague won the outstanding book award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

Scenes from the Indian Peaks during 2020's wildfire season

Professor seeks avalanche of ideas to help prevent disasters

Jan. 4, 2021

Lori Peek of the CU Boulder Natural Hazards Center conceived of a project calling for 1,000 letters to help inform the Biden transition team on how to respond to hazards and disasters.

College of Music Dean Robert Shay

On reconnecting with students, getting back to research: Robert Shay

Dec. 11, 2020

We sit down with Dean Robert Shay to hear about his musical journey, proudest moments as dean of the College of Music and goals for the future as he rejoins the faculty.

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Talking criminal justice with Benjamin Levin

Nov. 18, 2020

Law Professor Benjamin Levin discusses the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic and criminal justice reform, police unions and their role in policymaking, and mass incarceration in the United States.

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A national nail-biter and a Colorado ‘blue wave’—political scientists weigh in on 2020 election

Nov. 4, 2020

With results still being counted, threats of lawsuits and some suggesting it could be days or even weeks before the presidential race is resolved, election night was far from decisive. But a few things did emerge as certain.