Matthew Druckenmiller

Matthew Druckenmiller discusses work with National Snow and Ice Data Center and beyond

July 29, 2021

In the latest from the Buff Innovator Insights podcast, learn how Matthew Druckenmiller's upbringing formed the foundations for his lifelong work exploring the relationships between the physical environment and the communities—especially indigenous communities—that dwell within.

Kelly Zepelin

PhD candidate studying wild food honored for 'innovative' work

July 28, 2021

CU Boulder’s Kelly Zepelin won the David M. Schneider Award from the American Anthropological Association.

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CU Boulder astrophysicist elected to International Academy of Astronautics

July 26, 2021

CU Boulder Professor Jack Burns, who has longstanding ties to NASA and deep experience in space research, is the newest member elected by academic peers into the astronautics organization.

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Google to update shared links in Google Drive Sept. 13

July 26, 2021

Google is applying a security update in Google Drive to make sharing links more secure. The update will change links used for some Google Drive files shared in November 2017 and prior. Here’s what you need to know.

A collage of CU Boulder alumni competing in the Olympics

Buffs Olympic dreams begin

July 23, 2021

At 7 a.m. on Friday, July 23 in Colorado, those up and awake watched the long-awaited opening ceremonies of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, where six University of Colorado alumni will be representing Team USA during the next two weeks

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Digital wellness program to help combat psychological impacts of social media

July 23, 2021

ATLAS Instructor Annie Margaret is creating a summer program for middle-school girls that will provide strategies adolescents can use to minimize the negative psychological impacts of social media.

Cora Randall

A professor's journey from the Hubble Space Telescope to a NASA center and more

July 22, 2021

The July 22 episode of the Buff Innovator Insights podcast features Cora Randall with conversation about her path from earning a chemistry degree to working on the Hubble Space Telescope and now leading next-generation space weather prediction.

Mary Kettlewell

Graduate certificate in arts administration opens doors

July 21, 2021

Voice performance graduate Mary Kettlewell applauds the Graduate Certificate in Arts Administration for opening doors to her new position as program administrator at the Texas Commission on the Arts, a small state government commission in Austin dedicated to funding arts organizations in Texas.

Kara Goucher, second from right, with her NBC Sports broadcast colleagues

From running to reporting: A Q&A with Kara Goucher

July 20, 2021

Forever Buff Kara Goucher, a two-time Olympic runner and marathoner, is headed to the Olympics again—this time as a commentator for NBC TV.

Infographic showing CU Boulder's Olympic Games legacy

CU Boulder holds Olympic Games legacy

July 15, 2021

Since 1948, the university has produced over 90 Olympic athletes who have competed in events across the globe. In honor of the upcoming Tokyo Games, here’s a look at CU’s storied history of Olympians.

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