David Bolen

Passing the torch: CU’s first Olympian says sports, diplomacy go hand in hand

Aug. 6, 2021

David Bolen's accomplishments in the 1948 Summer Games were only the start of a lifetime spent creating impact on a global scale.

Sage Hurta

Talking with CU track champion Sage Hurta

Aug. 6, 2021

Alumna Sage Hurta is the NCAA women’s indoor track champion in the mile. The self-described perfectionist reveals how embracing failure and a short-term memory are propelling her success.

Morgan Klaus Scheuerman

What’s in Morgan Klaus Scheuerman’s phone?

Aug. 6, 2021

A doctoral student and Microsoft research fellow, Scheuerman has worked with companies such as Facebook and Google to spot social issues within technology design, such as how race and gender are represented.

David Bolen

Legacy of CU's first Olympian, Ambassador David Bolen, still strong

Aug. 6, 2021

Qualifying for the 400-meter dash in 1948, Bolen's legacy started the long and proud tradition of Buffs representing CU and the United States at the Olympic Games.

Iain Boyd

Hear from hypersonics trailblazer Iain Boyd in latest podcast episode

Aug. 5, 2021

The latest episode of the Buff Innovator Insights podcast spotlights Iain Boyd of the College of Engineering and Applied Science and the Center for National Security Initiatives.

Richard Jessor

Shocked by Battle of Iwo Jima, Richard Jessor vowed to make a difference

Aug. 3, 2021

Richard Jessor, distinguished professor of behavioral science and co-founder of the Institute of Behavioral Science, is retiring after 70 years of service to CU Boulder.

The Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building

PhD student, professor win major inclusivity fellowship

Aug. 3, 2021

Briana Aboulache and Karolin Luger won the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam fellowship, which looks to build a more inclusive scientific environment.

2020 Olympics billboard in Tokyo

Sharing stories of the Summer Games

Aug. 3, 2021

As the Tokyo Olympics unfold, sports reporters and storytellers––including alumni, students and faculty from CMCI––are hitting the ground running to capture the victories, struggles and emotions of athletes from around the globe.

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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