Morgan Klaus Scheuerman

How computers see us: Doctoral student working to curb discrimination by artificial intelligence

Feb. 15, 2021

Facial recognition technology is now embedded in everything from our phones and computers to surveillance systems at the mall and airport. But it tends to misidentify certain populations and can be used to discriminate. Microsoft Research Fellow Morgan Klaus Scheuerman wants to change that.

Bertha Bermúdez Tapia

Doctoral student documents border cities ‘torn apart’

Feb. 9, 2021

Through a visual art project, Bertha Bermúdez Tapia on the United States-Mexican border is shining a light on the effects of COVID-19 and restrictive immigration policies.

Kate Lanter and her son in her home office

Adding an MBA to a full plate, student adjusts to world of change

Jan. 15, 2021

For graduate student Kate Lanter, 2020 was a busy year. She is one semester away from completing the two-year evening MBA program at the Leeds School of Business. She works full time. And in August she gave birth to her second son.

ATLAS Outstanding Graduate Michelle Galetti

Meet the fall 2020 ATLAS graduates

Dec. 17, 2020

Please join the ATLAS Institute in celebrating their newest alumni, who graduate this month from the College of Engineering and Applied Science with the newly renamed degree in Creative Technology and Design.

Hannah Philip

CU Boulder a springboard to global studies, experiences

Dec. 11, 2020

From Japan and China to the United Arab Emirates and the Czech Republic, graduating senior Hannah Philip's study abroad programs provided global perspectives and unique work opportunities to inform her future.

Mara Riley

Student doubles up on degrees

Dec. 11, 2020

One can often find Mara Riley at the College of Music practicing not just one but two instruments. Originally accepted at CU Boulder for flute performance, Riley added voice performance to her studies and will graduate with degrees in both fields.

An illustration of Joy Weinberg ice skating, imposed over a data map

World-class skater combines precision, creativity in hazardous-weather research

Dec. 10, 2020

The move from competitive ice skating to studying information science may seem like a leap, but graduating senior Joy Weinberg says the two share key elements: precision, drive and creativity.

Shankar Lalit Ridhar

Meet engineering’s fall 2020 outstanding graduates

Dec. 10, 2020

Every semester, the College of Engineering and Applied Science recognizes exemplary students who have excelled in academics, research, service and international engagement during their college careers. Read their stories.

Alana Horwitz and her father hiking Chautauqua

Tragedy fails to keep student from finishing strong

Dec. 7, 2020

Alana Horwitz, the College of Arts and Science's fall 2020 outstanding graduate, says she has her late father to thank for her success.

Autumn Tyler, right, with a photo she took

Rerooted: An artist’s journey

Dec. 4, 2020

Autumn Tyler traveled 4,395 miles and took over a thousand photographs of Black LGBTQ+ artists for an exhibit. Now earning her PhD in media studies, Tyler writes the experience taught her that to move forward and grow, sometimes you must return to your roots.