Chancellor Philip DiStefano, Athletic Director Rick George and faculty leaders visited with ForeverGold alumni and community members from the Vail Valley for a campus update and a preview of the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit.
A recent survey shows more than 60% of Americans know “nothing at all” or only “a little bit” about what Juneteenth is or its importance in American history. Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, professor of African American and Black cultural history, discusses how and why we celebrate Juneteenth.
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.
Integrative physiology Professor Ken Wright is breaking new ground in the burgeoning field of sleep research, and bringing his students along for the ride, all of which has won him the Mary A. Carskadon Outstanding Educator Award.
The Supreme Court has found protections for people’s privacy in several constitutional amendments—and used it as a basis for some pretty fundamental protections. CU expert Scott Skinner-Thompson shares on The Conversation.