Aerospace undergraduates Matthew Hurst and Christine Reilly are being recognized by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics' awards program "Tomorrow's Engineering Leaders: The 20 Twenties."
This week's top research stories include a study that sheds light on what causes schizophrenia, a look at the recent "atmospheric river" weather pattern's affect on California's snow-water deficit and a study that points to legacy media giants giving way to new and partisan outlets when it comes to the agenda-setting of other news outlets.
Dean Bobby Braun has announced Phil Larson's appointment to assistant dean for communications, strategy and planning in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, where he will lead strategic relations.
Bawdy British humor is featured in the "Bawdy Bodies: Satires of Unruly Women" exhibit at the CU Art Museum opening Feb. 2. A selection of prints shows the popular satire of the late 1700s and early 1800s, revealing parallels between then and today.
CU Boulder’s 2016-17 theatre season continues with Unspoken, a 2016 work by New Play Festival winner and PhD candidate Kevin Crowe. The intimate portrait of six friends living in New York City runs Feb. 15 to 19 in CU’s Loft Theatre.
Active in a student org? $1,000 leadership scholarships available
The UMC Board knows CU’s student leaders make a difference. We encourage you to apply for the James E. Schafer Scholarship for student leaders. Each award is $1,000. If you have been involved in a CUSG-recognized student group or organization for at least one full semester and meet the other criteria, we encourage you to apply.
The deadline is Friday, Feb. 24, at 4:30 p.m. Applications are available in UMC 305 and on the UMC website.