Grad student studying in the CASE building

Digital badges give grad students proof of valuable job skills

April 27, 2020

The Graduate School is offering digital credential badges that graduate students and postdocs can earn as one of the school’s professional development opportunities.

Steve Bannon and Ben Teitelbaum pray over a meal

Inside Steve Bannon’s ‘War for Eternity’

April 22, 2020

A new book by CU Boulder ethnographer Benjamin Teitelbaum explores the ultra-right spiritual ideology inspiring Steve Bannon, the former Trump strategist and other ‘global power brokers.’

Buffalo sculpture on campus

26 graduate students receive National Science Foundation fellowships

April 15, 2020

Twenty-six CU Boulder graduate students have received NSF Graduate Research Fellowships, a prestigious award that recognizes students in STEM fields with a three-year annual stipend of $34,000.

Kristine Fischenich working on lab equipment

Former athlete is working to understand effects of soft tissue injuries

April 13, 2020

Postdoctoral research associate Kristine Fischenich wants to design therapeutic alternatives for the type of injuries she experienced when she was a young athlete.

A scenic photo of CU Boulder's campus in the spring

5 takeaways from Colorado climate education webinar

April 9, 2020

Getting people to care about climate change as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the globe is tough—but not impossible, several Colorado political and environmental leaders said during a webinar Tuesday hosted by CU Boulder.

A hospital during the flu pandemic of 1918

6 lessons we can learn from past pandemics

April 8, 2020

CU Boulder history Professors Elizabeth Fenn and Susan Kent share insights from their study of disease outbreaks through the ages.

A cell phone with Facebook on it

In politics and pandemics, Russian trolls use fear, anger to drive clicks

March 25, 2020

A new CU Boulder study shows that Facebook ads developed and shared by Russian trolls around the 2016 election were clicked on nine times more than typical social media ads. The authors say the trolls are likely at it again, as the 2020 election approaches and the COVID-19 pandemic wears on.

Provost Russell Moore

From Provost Moore: Maymester and most summer sessions to occur remotely

March 24, 2020

I know students, faculty and staff alike are wondering about Maymester and our summer sessions. With the concurrence of leadership, most will occur remotely.

Philip P. DiStefano, CU Boulder chancellor

From the Chancellor: Canceling in-person spring commencement activities

March 17, 2020

As with many institutions across the country, it is with great regret that we are announcing the cancellation of our in-person commencement on May 7, as well as all college, school and department-based recognition ceremonies, due to COVID-19.

Couple taking a selfie with a smartphone

How social media makes breakups that much worse

Feb. 13, 2020

A new CU Boulder study documents how features such as News Feed, Memories, and shared groups and photos can bring painful reminders of exes into our lives even after we've taken measures to hide them on Facebook.