David Korevaar, College of Music, and Thomas T. Veblen, Geography Department, have been selected as recipients of the 2016 Distinguished Research Lectureship, which is among the highest honors bestowed by the faculty upon a faculty member at CU Boulder.
The Research & Innovation Office, previously the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, creates impact by cultivating and supporting collaboration, transformation and leadership across CU Boulder. The recently released annual research report includes an array of research highlights from fiscal 2015-16. Read the stories and check out a video on CU Boulder's Grand Challenge: Our Space. Our Future.
Each semester, the campus performs a test of the CU Boulder Alerts system to raise awareness of the platform and test the deployment of new notification methods. Elements of the rescheduled test at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 26, will include the final integration of the Alertus desktop notifications platform and testing of upgrades to the alerts.colorado.edu website.
With 2,250 people resettled in Colorado in 2015, a Leeds School summit on Wednesday, Oct. 26 – which is free and open to the public – will examine how business schools, businesses, nonprofits, governments and others can help integrate refugees into local economies.
Just in time for Halloween, teens are invited to get grossed out at an upcoming Teen Science Café at CU Boulder that explores the science of what happens in the brain to trigger reactions of disgust. “Ewww Disgusting! The Evolution and Neuroscience of Getting Grossed Out” will be held Oct. 25 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at CU Boulder’s Museum of Natural History lower level Biolounge. Registration is required.
James Bailey’s work examines maps and mapping as both objects and acts by exploring the systems and conventions of depicting, charting, categorizing and interpreting our environment and experiences through both traditional and experimental printmaking processes. Lecture is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m.