Including a new machine learning class offered in Spanish, the Innovation Center of the St. Vrain Valley Schools is collaborating with CU Boulder, Northrop Grumman and IBM to offer high-quality STEM camps in Longmont. Students can choose from several tracks.
Were you part of a special group of people at CU Boulder? Host a reunion with them during Homecoming Oct. 27–29. Reunions registered with the Alumni Association by July 1 receive marketing and event support and CU swag.
Elizabeth Meyer has spent her career working with teachers and students to study how school policies can help or harm LGBTQ+ youth. In this Q&A, she weighs in on the wave of legislation around the country targeting the rights of transgender and nonbinary kids.
With the National Hockey League's playoffs in the final round, an analytics expert with the Leeds School of Business says teams’ box-office strategies are “leaving a lot of money on the table” for resellers.
A new population of polar bears documented on the southeast coast of Greenland use glacier ice to survive, despite limited access to sea ice. This small, genetically distinct group of polar bears could be important to the future of the species in a warming world.
The Greenland Place Name Committee has named a glacier “Sermeq Konrad Steffen” after the late Konrad Steffen, former director of CIRES, who made exceptional contributions to Greenlandic society and science.
On June 24, the U.S. Supreme Court released its long-awaited decision on Roe v. Wade, triggering laws in multiple states that will make abortion illegal in most circumstances. Take a look back at recent expert insights from CU Boulder researchers, addressing potential impacts of the decision, how religions around the world approach abortion and more.