Joshua Tacca at computer

Grad student helps make prosthetic sockets out of recycled plastic

Nov. 18, 2019

Josh Tacca, a doctoral student in mechanical engineering, worked with prosthetists in Quito, Ecuador, last summer making prosthetic sockets using a 3D scanner and recycled plastic bottles.

students sit across from each other at table during New Venture Challenge kickoff

A new kind of MBA for a new stage of the startup boom

Nov. 8, 2019

How does the startup boom keep growing? With the help of a new type of MBA designed for the next phase of business.

Play Therapy actors in rehearsal

Inclusive casting brings all abilities on stage for ‘Play Therapy’

Nov. 6, 2019

A new play running from Nov. 7–10 models inclusive casting, starring actors of all ability levels.

Leslie Blood leads accountability seminar

Dissertation writing tailored to personality and values

Oct. 16, 2019

Leslie Blood has developed accountability seminars to help graduate students feel more grounded as they transition from structured classroom work and research to writing a dissertation.

Students study on the top floor of JILA, a joint research institute of CU Boulder and NIST.

New Boulder facility to help pave the way for quantum computers

Oct. 3, 2019

Located on the CU Boulder campus, a new lab will probe the behavior of materials that could become a critical component of superconducting quantum computers.

No-No Boy’s Julian Saporiti

No-No Boy visits Boulder campus

Oct. 2, 2019

No-No Boy’s Julian Saporiti and Emilia Halvorson will visit Boulder for a week-long residency on campus to share their work with students and faculty about Japanese American internment camp survivors and their stories.

Student performing 'Edges' on stage

New Musical Theatre program opens with ‘Edges’

Sept. 27, 2019

The inaugural production of the College of Music’s new Musical Theatre program is a few weeks away, setting the stage for what will be a very different kind of academic area at the century-old institution.

CIRES researcher Matthew Shupe talks Thomas Krumpen from the Alfred Wegener Institute

Epic climate science mission begins

Sept. 20, 2019

Hundreds of researchers from 19 countries are launching a yearlong journey to study Arctic climate.

INVST students walk along the U.S.-Mexico border

Students get a ground-level view of immigration issues

Sept. 17, 2019

This year, 14 students visited El Paso, Texas, where they got a holistic education in immigration policy, meeting with everyone from migrants to border patrol agents.

Graduate student Julie Larson and undergraduate Emily Koke in grass

Pushing Boundaries: USDA fellowship funds study of Front Range grasslands

Sept. 16, 2019

To understand how to keep rangeland ecosystems working in the face of climate uncertainty, graduate student Julie Larson is studying how grassland vegetation responds to rainfall and grazing manipulations.

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