When it comes to investing, it’s best not to trust your memory, according to a new study co-authored by Philip Fernbach at the Leeds School of Business. The study showed that investors tend to remember past investments performing better than they actually did.
A first-of-its-kind quantitative survey co-authored by researchers at CU Boulder, William & Mary and Radford University has measured the prevalence of sexual harassment in academic libraries, with hope to enact change within the industry.
Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and a month of celebrating renewal and moral responsibility––professor and Bible scholar Samuel L. Boyd explains the history of these holy days and why they might offer consolation in times of uncertainty.
A two-year effort to build a more complete account of the histories of the Japanese and Japanese American communities at the University of Colorado from World War II to the present day resulted in significant growth to the University Libraries Archives.
A new report on the global climate confirmed 2020 was among the three warmest years in records dating to the mid-1800s, despite a cooling La Niña influence in the second half of the year. Several CIRES/CU Boulder experts contributed to the report.
“What slashers do is they carve into the world and balance the scales of justice," says horror writer and CU Boulder Professor Stephen Graham Jones. His newest book, "My Heart is a Chainsaw," is in bookstores now.