Researchers from all disciplines, practitioners from any organization and members of the community and general public are welcome to attend the second in a series of forums dedicated to research conducted in the immediate aftermath of the 2021 Boulder County fires.
At this Denver event, learn how CU is working to forge a just and sustainable future. Hosted by CU Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano, the evening includes a networking reception and presentations from some of CU’s top experts. Ticket prices range from $2 to $10.
Rebecca Maloy, a professor of musicology and the director of the Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, will deliver her in-person Distinguished Research Lecture, “Constructing Sanctity Through Sound in Early Medieval Iberia.”
Just after first responders extinguished the flames of the Marshall Fire, a team of engineers from across the country hit the ground in an urgent effort: to collect data on the disaster before it disappears for good.
Two years ago, hundreds of international scientists set off on the one-year MOSAiC expedition, collecting unprecedented environmental datasets over a full annual cycle in the central Arctic Ocean. Now, the team has published three overview articles.