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Prof takes part in White House, NOAA workshop on AI numerical weather prediction

May 29, 2024

Professor Amir Behzadan joined an invitation-only group of experts in Washington, D.C., to discuss artificial intelligence models in weather prediction—potentially valuable tools for alerting residents earlier, ultimately saving lives and property.

a chuppah, used in many Jewish weddings

For American Jews, interfaith weddings are a new normal—creatively weaving traditions together

May 28, 2024

A Catholic friar under the chuppah? A bride in henna and a groom in a kippah? Many Jewish interfaith couples find ways to honor both of their faiths. Read from CU expert Samira Mehta on The Conversation.

ions flowing in supercapacitor

Understanding how ions flow in, out of tiniest pores promises better energy storage devices

May 28, 2024

To model the inside of a supercapacitor, researchers had to rework a common physics law that most high school students learn. Read from CU expert Ankur Gupta on The Conversation.

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Join a Campus Landscape Tour on June 11

May 28, 2024

Join WorkWell and Facilities Management for a campus tour focused on flower beds, shrubs, garden areas and trees. Campus horticulture experts will share their best practices that make CU Boulder’s campus look beautiful all year round so you can try their tips in your own outdoor space.

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Violence underpins American life, sociologist contends

May 28, 2024

In a new book, CU Boulder researcher Liam Downey argues that different forms of violence produce both consent to the social order and divisions among subordinate social groups, which help to maintain the power and wealth of economic and political elites.

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Enroll in a later Summer Session

May 28, 2024

Earn credit during convenient, short terms. Check out the Summer Session options, which run until Aug. 22—there’s still time to register.

Little boy using tablet device at nighttime

The light or the content? What we know about screens and sleep disruption

May 28, 2024

There’s a lot of research out there on screen time and sleep—read the consensus from 16 leading sleep experts, who have just published an exhaustive scientific review.

Researcher in boat on the Bering Sea

White House recognizes ELOKA as champion of open science

May 28, 2024

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy recognized the Exchange for Local Observations and Knowledge of the Arctic at CU Boulder as a “champion of open science,” one of five winners selected for work promoting open science to tackle a unique problem.

Nikki Lovenduski

Nikki Lovenduski named INSTAAR director

May 28, 2024

CU Boulder has named Associate Professor Nikki Lovenduski director of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, effective July 1. Lovenduski has held the interim director position at INSTAAR since August 2023.

aerial view of campus

Colorado Energy Office grants to pay for on-campus geothermal studies

May 24, 2024

Announced by Gov. Jared Polis, two grants totaling nearly $700,000 through the statewide Geothermal Energy Grant Program will help determine whether geothermal energy is feasible for the campus.

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