The CU Boulder campus will have reduced services and operations on Friday, Dec. 24, through Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022. Response times may be delayed during this period. Get details, as well as links to frequently requested resources.
Sravya Dhanwada has been awarded the Student Leaders in Public Health Award from the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center. Her project involves better understanding the role of guaranteed basic income on health outcomes among unhoused individuals in the Denver metro area.
With a dual degree in communication and sociology, Zoe Fleming is adept at analyzing and explaining why complex issues exist, in an effort to solve them. Fleming is CMCI's December 2021 William W. White Outstanding Graduate, awarded to the student with the highest GPA in the college.
Sounds of cheer and conversation filled Room 134, hallways and studios in the Environmental Design building last Friday, as the program opened to the public for a full-building exhibit, showcasing faculty and student work from the fall semester.
New CU Boulder research suggests that in highly vaccinated regions, including Colorado, most infections will soon be breakthrough cases, and money spent on testing the unvaccinated could be better spent on other public health measures.
Recent data reveal U.S. news coverage of climate change reached an all-time high in October and November. The language is also changing, with more intense words and phrases being used in the news to describe the phenomenon, such as “climate catastrophe” and “climate emergency.”