A new mathematical modeling study by CU Boulder scientists suggests a simple scratch-and-sniff test could play an important role in screening for COVID-19. An alumnus has already invented a 50-cent test that interfaces with a smartphone app, and more research is underway.
New research shows parental restrictions have few lasting effects on a child's tech use in young adulthood. Also, college students use more tech than they ever have in their lives or ever want to again.
With COVID-19 cases on the rise nationally, it is more important than ever to reduce one’s risk of contracting and spreading the virus. Learn from expert Shelly Miller about the ways we can all help reduce our risk and keep our communities safe.
I can’t thank you all enough for showing up for your community and continuing to follow public health orders. I hope you are able to find time this weekend to relax and recharge, take a break and enjoy the holiday safely. Read more from Dean of Students JB Banks.
CU Boulder’s newest center combines an array of hands-on programming and partnerships to bolster leadership education for students, faculty and staff with research to advance the field of leadership studies.