Hilary Morgan

Video: How to treat burn-damaged books

May 24, 2022

Hillary Morgan, a conservator with the University Libraries is no stranger to repairing books damaged by any of the elements. In this video, Morgan will teach you how to save a book that’s suffered soot or smoke damage from a fire.

Commander Paula Balafas

CU Police Commander Paula Balafas to become Pac-12’s 5th female chief of police

Feb. 9, 2022

Balafas, a CU Boulder alumna, has taken the top job at the University of Arizona Police Department, helping the Pac-12 conference lead the way in women in policing.

CU Boulder police cars on campus (Photo by Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado)

Campus police responded to calls for help during Marshall Fire

Feb. 6, 2022

University of Colorado Police Department officers assisted with evacuations, road closures and more during the incredibly destructive Marshall Fire in January.

Llen Pomeroy

Meet CU Boulder’s new Title IX chief: Llen Pomeroy

Dec. 14, 2021

From the moment she started law school, Llen Pomeroy knew she’d pursue a career focused on creating greater access and inclusion for people who have been marginalized and underrepresented. Learn more about the work of the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance.

MIMIC Director Adrian Gestos

Meet MIMIC Director Adrian Gestos

Nov. 15, 2021

Since joining the Materials Instrumentation and Multimodal Imaging Core team, Adrian Gestos has been helping researchers solve problems with the facility’s state-of-the-art equipment, allowing scientists and engineers to characterize materials visually, mechanically and chemically, down to the submicron scale.

Researcher working on machine

CIRES instrument developers lay foundations for our science

Oct. 25, 2021

The Integrated Instrument Development Facility’s team of expert instrument designers, machinists, electronics specialists and glass blowers support researchers at CIRES, CU Boulder and beyond.

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.

Cover image from Cynthia Clark's "Max Goes to Town"

Staffer, alumna goes to town with her stories

Oct. 7, 2021

Cynthia Clark, a CU Boulder staffer and alumna, has embraced avocation as a writer. She's published a couple of novels and most recently a children's book.

Taylor Stratton, center, getting ready to open the gate for Ralphie VI's inaugural run.

Coaching a heart and soul team—Get to know Taylor Stratton

Sept. 30, 2021

Her work centers around a campus treasure, Ralphie. Health and safety are her top priorities. And while she cherishes quiet sunrise moments at Folsom Field, the extrovert tends to seek out office visits and chats. Learn more about Taylor Stratton.

Crystal Lay poses for a photo with Chip the costumed mascot.

In it to help students experience success⁠—Get to know Crystal Lay

Aug. 24, 2021

She works with a team that helps make the CU Boulder campus home for over 10,000 occupants. She was key in this year's Buffs One Read program. And the grassy areas surrounding Williams Village are among her favorite spots. Learn more about Crystal Lay.

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