A distinguished panel of former U.S. Supreme Court clerks and legal scholars will discuss the notable cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court during the 2020-21 term, as well as the impact of those decisions on practitioners. Learn more about this discussion.
While CU Boulder's museums may be closed through the summer for in-person experiences, there's plenty going on virtually for everyone to enjoy. See what exhibits and experiences are available from home.
Life expectancy in the United States plunged by nearly two years in 2020, the largest decline since World War II, new CU Boulder research shows. Among some racial minorities, the decline was twice that of whites; and compared to 16 wealthy peer countries, the U.S. decline was 8.5 times worse.
"Hotspots," or tiny defects in the components that make up your phone and many other devices, can cause electronics to break down. Engineers are using machine learning techniques to predict ahead of time where they might pop up.
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is offering a virtual workshop for kids 12–18 years old is hosting unexpected professionals, including a brilliant rap artist who will teach attendees how to blend classical sonnets with contemporary hip-hop beats.
Students go to great lengths to create their honor’s theses. Combining her passions for environmental sustainability, self-expression and the element of water, Rae Lewark tells the story of water's lifecycle through free diving and dance.