CU-Boulder to issue new request for proposals to relocate Grandview Terrace bungalows

Dec. 7, 2012

The University of Colorado Boulder is issuing a new request for proposals to relocate three bungalows from the Grandview Terrace area. “During the earlier request for proposal process conducted over the past summer and fall we did not receive any proposals that met the qualifications, however, if it’s feasible we would like to see the houses relocated and preserved,” said CU-Boulder Director of Real Estate Jeff Lipton. “In talking with the city staff we thought it would be worth issuing the request for proposals one more time.”

CU-Boulder students to demonstrate engineering projects at Dec. 8 Design Expo

Dec. 4, 2012

More than 350 engineering students at the University of Colorado Boulder will demonstrate their innovations and inventions to the community at the annual fall Engineering Design Expo on Saturday, Dec. 8.

CU-Boulder space-traveling spider finds home at Smithsonian museum

Nov. 29, 2012

A jumping spider named Nefertiti that lived on the International Space Station in a habitat designed and built by a University of Colorado Boulder team has returned to Earth after 100 days in space and found a new home at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C.

CU-Boulder workshop invites public to discuss oil and gas development and groundwater protection on Nov. 26

Nov. 19, 2012

Following the recent Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission hearing on creation of statewide regulations for groundwater sampling and monitoring near new oil and gas wells, the University of Colorado Boulder will host an informational workshop on Monday, Nov. 26, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Wolf Law Building.

Economic Outlook Forum presented Dec. 3 by CU’s Leeds School of Business

Nov. 19, 2012

The University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business will present its 48th annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum on Monday, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. at the Denver Marriott City Center. The event at 1701 California St. is free and open to the public but reservations are required for those planning to attend. To make reservations visit http://leeds.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_01GMWmGLHZolUrz .

$20 million CU instrument package set for integration on Mars spacecraft

Nov. 16, 2012

A $20 million remote sensing instrument package built by the University of Colorado Boulder, which is leading a 2013 NASA mission to understand how Mars might have lost its atmosphere, has been delivered to Lockheed Martin in Littleton, Colo., for spacecraft integration.

$20 million CU instrument package set for integration on Mars spacecraft

Nov. 16, 2012

A $20 million remote sensing instrument package built by the University of Colorado Boulder, which is leading a 2013 NASA mission to understand how Mars might have lost its atmosphere, has been delivered to Lockheed Martin in Littleton, Colo., for spacecraft integration.

Hurricane Sandy, how you can help those in need

Nov. 13, 2012

By Kathryn Quinn, Junior, Alternative Breaks Coordinator, Volunteer Resource Center In light of the recent hurricane that has taken its toll on the East Coast, the CU-Boulder Volunteer Resource Center is hoping to step in as a voice to raise awareness about helping those impacted to get back on their feet.

CU-Boulder ranks No. 1 in state for sending, receiving students internationally, says new report

Nov. 12, 2012

The University of Colorado Boulder enrolled more international students during the 2011-12 academic year and sent more students abroad during the 2010-11 academic year than any other higher education institution in Colorado. The data, released today by the Institute of International Education in its annual Open Doors Report, shows that CU-Boulder was home to 1,681 international students during the 2011-12 school year. CU-Boulder sent 1,316 students overseas during the 2010-11 school year.

U.S. State Department appoints CU-Boulder Professor Bernard Amadei as Science Envoy

Nov. 9, 2012

University of Colorado Boulder Professor Bernard Amadei has been appointed one of three new Science Envoys who will help strengthen U.S. ties with other countries to address global challenges, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced today. Amadei, who holds the Mortenson Endowed Chair in Global Engineering at CU-Boulder, along with professors Susan Hockfield of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Barbara Schaal of Washington University in St. Louis, make up the third cohort of Science Envoys since the program’s inception in 2009.

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