The campus community lost a cherished colleague and treasured friend, Associate Professor of Violin Charles “Chas” Wetherbee. The Boulder Philharmonic's performance on Jan. 22 and the CU Boulder College of Music's next Faculty Tuesdays recital on Jan. 24 will be presented in Wetherbee's memory.
David Bolen, the University of Colorado's first Olympian who went on to have amazing career of accomplishments outside of the sports arena, passed away in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Dec. 10; he was two weeks shy of his 99th birthday.
CIRES, Geological Sciences and CU Boulder mourn the loss of an exceptional scholar who inspired greatness. Molnar was a distinguished professor, CIRES fellow and the recipient of some of the most prestigious awards in his field.
From a day that seemed to change life forever, we remember the victims and first responders. The University Libraries have compiled a list of archival resources. A number of tributes will occur at the Sept. 11 football game at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver. Learn more as we reflect on this 20th anniversary.
Dennis Mileti, a world-renowned expert on disaster communication, professor emeritus of sociology and former director of the Natural Hazards Center, succumbed to complications from COVID-19 on Jan. 21.
Professor David Shneer, the Louis P. Singer Endowed Chair in Jewish History at CU Boulder, passed away. A noted scholar who helped shape students' lives, Shneer researched 20th century European, Russian and Jewish history and culture.