Scientists, policymakers including Gov. Jared Polis, and CU Boulder leaders addressed about 200 people Wednesday night, who braved frigid temperatures to attend the chancellor’s annual summit, dubbed Working to Forge a Just and Sustainable Future.
Four CU experts on Russia, Eastern Europe and economics will offer insights into the history of Ukraine and Russia, domestic politics and society of the region, sentiments on the ground in Ukraine and sanctions by the West.
Offering an opportunity to build community and a place for allies to learn, the conference will cover a wide variety of topics, including queering biology, transgender youth advocacy, transgender in the workplace, interviews with trans activists, explorations of trans identities and more.
The National Academy of Engineering is recognizing Argrow as a new member for 2022. The professional distinction is one of the highest an engineer can receive. Argrow has conducted major research to advance uncrewed aerial systems to increase our understanding of supercell thunderstorms that can spawn tornados.
The College of Music's annual honors competition is always an exciting event, when both undergraduate and graduate students hope to land the opportunity to perform with the CU Symphony Orchestra. Check out this year's finalists and winners.