Shelley Knuth in Antarctica where she conducted weather research and worked on weather stations

The computational scientist who came in from the cold

April 20, 2022

Shelley Knuth, assistant vice chancellor of research computing, brought her research experience working in Antarctica to CU Boulder.

CMCI student team

CMCI team uses public relations in fight against youth lymphoma

March 2, 2022

A team of four undergraduate students in the College of Media, Communication and Information is competing in an advanced public relations capstone project to help raise awareness among young adults about lymphoma, a type of blood cancer.

Daryl Maeda

Dean of undergraduate education puts student success first

Dec. 10, 2021

Daryl Maeda’s scholarly work has delved deeply into questions of equity and justice, and how people can come together to demand social justice and attain equality. This has led directly to his work at CU, where issues in society as a whole are reflected in the student experience.

campus community members walking on campus

The doctor is in: Embedded therapist specializes in graduate students

Nov. 15, 2021

To ensure graduate students receive the mental wellness support they need, Stacy Gerberich has joined the Graduate School as an embedded therapist with Counseling and Psychiatric Services.

Swallows on a power line

Interactive website immerses viewers in the world of barn swallows

Oct. 18, 2021

The honors project of Avani Fachon, a CU undergraduate in ecology and evolutionary biology, shines light on the interaction between humans and barn swallows.

Eric Heltne at BCycle bike station

CU IT pro pedals way to top of BCycle leaderboard

Oct. 13, 2021

Almost every day, CU alumnus and information technology professional Eric Heltne rides a BCycle bike to commute, run errands in town and get around campus.

Jesse Duran

Summer intern brings fresh perspective to CU research lab

Aug. 31, 2021

A Fort Lewis College senior spent the summer working in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU Boulder, helping to determine the amount of bacteria in the Animas River for an Environmental Protection Agency project.

Melissa Villarreal

Personal experience fuels student’s research on disaster recovery

July 8, 2021

Melissa Villarreal, a doctoral student in sociology, won a grant from the American Sociological Association for her work with housing recovery among Houston-area immigrants.

Rae Lewark performing underwater

Graduate dives deep for water conservation awareness

June 21, 2021

Students go to great lengths to create their honor’s theses. Combining her passions for environmental sustainability, self-expression and the element of water, Rae Lewark tells the story of water's lifecycle through free diving and dance.

Emily Nocito walking on rocks along the Ocean City shore

Doctoral candidate works to conserve high seas from landlocked Colorado

April 13, 2021

Colorado might be a long way from an ocean, but when Emily Nocito was looking for a college where she could study high seas conservation, she chose CU Boulder's environmental studies program.