Joshua Grochow

Mathematical tensors: Connecting the dots of everything

May 24, 2021

Joshua Grochow has received $600,000 through an NSF CAREER award to advance fundamental computation theory with applications across big data, multi-company mergers, quantum entanglement and beyond.

Shelly Miller

Shelly Miller awarded for research on COVID-19 transmission via singing

May 21, 2021

Shelly Miller and her colleagues have been at the forefront of research on how SARS-CoV-2 spreads through tiny airborne particles. Their studies have led to the creation of safety protocols for singing and playing musical instruments.

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Podcast episode navigates uncertainty and the entrepreneurial hustle

May 17, 2021

Aggressive deadlines, emails at 4 a.m. and a sense of fearlessness: How do you make sense of the behaviors of some entrepreneurs? Hosts Brad Werner and Jeff York discuss with Associate Professor Greg Fisher of Indiana University.

Jennifer Balch

Jennifer Balch talks wildfire and data synthesis in new podcast episode

May 6, 2021

In the Buff Innovator Insights season finale, Jennifer Balch discusses her interest in the relationships between fire, Earth systems and people, and her belief that transforming data into insights can solve the world’s most challenging problems.

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2 CU Boulder professors elected to National Academy of Sciences

May 5, 2021

Geologist Robert Anderson and astrophysicist Fran Bagenal are being recognized for "distinguished and continuing achievements in original research."

Sidney D’Mello

New podcast episode considers artificial intelligence in education

April 29, 2021

In this episode of Buff Innovator Insights, Sidney D’Mello shares how his unique combination of education and research experiences led to his leading-edge work reimagining the role of artificial intelligence in the classroom.

Patricia Limerick

Patricia Limerick elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

April 26, 2021

Renowned historian Patricia Limerick of CU Boulder is being honored for her work bridging the gap between academics and the general public.

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After Chauvin’s guilty verdict: What will change?

April 22, 2021

What made Tuesday’s verdict so unique, and will it lead to lasting change? In this Q&A, three CU Boulder experts in law; sociology, crime trends and policing; and Africana studies and criminology give their takes.

Sherri Cook

Finding sustainable solutions to wicked water problems

April 21, 2021

Professor Sherri Cook has been honored by the National Science Foundation with a five-year $510,000 CAREER Award to study water treatment technologies and build models to help local governments and water operators improve their infrastructure and water quality.

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Let's talk climate change May 12

April 21, 2021

The next Coloradan Conversation event will feature an expert-led discussion about climate change, moderated by former Denver City Council President Albus Brooks. Hear from panelists including CU Boulder's Cassandra Brooks, Joel Hartter and Leaf Van Boven.

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