Chance Lytle

Students in Focus: Balancing voice training with football

Aug. 2, 2017

Having been an athlete for 10 years and a musician for almost as long, sophomore Chance Lytle has learned to balance his two passions, finding serenity in the constant back and forth.

Max Wasser studies pikas near Mountain Research Station west of Boulder

Beyond Boulder: What pikas and alpine plants tell us about climate change

July 26, 2017

This summer, undergraduate students Max Wasser and Grace Kendziorski are spending time trapping pikas and counting alpine flowers in the name of environmental research.

Lynn R Wolfe

Faculty in Focus: Work still beckons soon-to-be centenarian artist

July 18, 2017

The Art and Art History Department is celebrating the life, work and hundredth birthday of one of its formative faculty members, Lynn R. Wolfe. An exhibition of Wolfe's work runs through Aug. 31.

sabrina spencer

Faculty in Focus: Cracking the cellular code

July 18, 2017

A leading researcher in quantitative biology, Assistant Professor Sabrina Spencer has made a name for herself in her field through hard work and a dynamic view on cellular research.

Stevens and CMCI alumnus Christopher Bell pose with Stevens' son

Q&A: Media studies professor talks Comic Con

July 7, 2017

Rick Stevens shares his experiences from this year's Denver Comic Con, which saw the largest attendance since the initial event in 2012.

Woman holding small potted plant

Healthy Buffs: 3 keys to personal growth this summer

July 3, 2017

Summer can be a great time to consider what you want for yourself and how to achieve your plans. From setting clear goals to learning to live in the moment, these positive approaches can help.

Wiley B. Rutledge pets dog

First U.S. Supreme Court justice from CU known as model of collegiality

June 29, 2017

Often overlooked due to his short tenure, Wiley B. Rutledge was the first CU Boulder graduate to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. He was sworn in 19 years before Byron White joined the nation's highest court.

Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee the focus of professor's next book

June 26, 2017

Bruce Lee conquered generations of unflattering stereotypes about Asian men, and CU Boulder professor Daryl Maeda says the martial arts star is overdue for a deeper analysis than he's received in existing biographical works.

Senior engineering student Susie Gomez-Burgos

Student inspires next generation of engineers

June 21, 2017

When senior engineering student Susie Gomez-Burgos isn't studying, she spends much of her time inspiring children, Latina girls in particular, to become mathematicians and science whizzes.

Brothers display their insect food product including crickets on a plate.

Alumni innovate locally and globally

June 15, 2017

From bringing a family recipe to the hot sauce market; to helping debut an all-female orchestra in Afghanistan; and normalizing the superfood of insects in the American diet, CU Boulder alumni are innovating near and far.

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