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Maximize your perks and programs this summer

May 3, 2022

Professional development, wellness opportunities and perks to take advantage of are a few ways to maximize your summer at CU Boulder. Check out the options through this Human Resources guide.

Katelynn Thammavong

Katelynn Thammavong: A community leader

May 3, 2022

Graduating senior Katelynn Thammavong has been recognized with a Community Impact Award for her work to connect and empower Asian-heritage STEM students and disrupt anti-Asian racism during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Student-designed black box rises 101,000 feet, captures data and imaginations

May 2, 2022

The assignment: write and test the code for a microcontroller, design and built an insulated casing to hold a camera and protect electronics and batteries from temperatures of approximately -35° Fahrenheit. Students, many of whom began the ATLAS course without much of a technical background, succeeded.

Max Riedlsperger and two of his grandchildren, Ben and Emily Lemiere

When graduating is a family affair

April 29, 2022

Max Riedlsperger and two of his grandchildren will take part in the 2022 commencement ceremony together. The multigenerational celebration is a special experience for the close-knit family.

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Meet Judith Glyde, College of Music’s distinguished service awardee

April 29, 2022

On May 5, we look forward to welcoming back Judith Glyde, formerly a professor of cello and chamber music at the College of Music and chair of the string faculty. Since retiring in 2014 to live in New York City, the professor emerita has been active with the college’s alumni community there, offering tremendous support to Forever Buffs.

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Distinguished Professor Mark Ablowitz wins 2022 Hazel Barnes Prize

April 28, 2022

Distinguished Professor Mark Ablowitz, known for prolific contributions to applied mathematics, teaching and mentorship, is receiving the Hazel Barnes Prize—the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from CU Boulder.

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Presenting tomorrow’s leaders: The class of 2022

April 28, 2022

Read from some of the many talented, motivated and innovative students who are graduating and starting on their next adventures. As they become Forever Buffs, they leave their inspirational legacies—with advice and reflection—for those who follow.

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Tips for staying safe while celebrating

April 27, 2022

Summer break, graduation, the end of finals—there are plenty of reasons to celebrate! Here are some tips to help you stay safe while celebrating the end of the year.

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Test-taking tips to ace your finals

April 26, 2022

Finals are just around the corner, and for many of us it may feel like crunch time. No matter what classes you’re taking this semester, these tips can help you prepare, stay focused and ace your finals.

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Homegrown community engagement sprouts in Fort Morgan, Colorado

April 26, 2022

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of international travel, Mortenson Center graduate student Britta Bergstrom pivoted her field-based practicum in Tanzania to a community-engaged garden in her home state.

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