Tina McDaniel, a retired human resource professional, passionate social justice advocate and diversity, equity and inclusion leader will lead an honest conversation about the remembrance and celebration of Juneteenth during a virtual event June 16.
Global climate justice advocate Sheila Watt-Cloutier will present a keynote address at the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit. The solutions-focused inaugural event, co-hosted with United Nation Human Rights, is set for Dec. 1–4 on the CU Boulder campus.
Life expectancy of Native Americans in the U.S. dropped by nearly five years during the COVID-19 pandemic, new research reveals. The study also found that while the rest of the developed world is rebounding in terms of life expectancy, the United States is not.
Escaped methane from oil and gas operations contributes more to climate change than previously thought. But a new CU Boulder-born startup, inspired by a 2005 Nobel Prize winning discovery, has devised a way to sniff out leaks in real time.
Thwaites Glacier’s ice shelf appears to be splintering, and scientists fear it could give way in the next few years. CU polar scientist Ted Scambos explains on The Conversation—read the article or listen to the podcast.
Assistant Professor Helanius Wilkins has won a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for a choreographed duet. The CU College of Arts and Sciences matched the grant with another $10,000. With the funding, Wilkins and the CU dance division will collaborate with several presenter-partners, including Basin Arts and the Acadiana Center for the Arts in Louisiana and Keshet Center for the Arts in New Mexico.