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Climate journalism is strong in hard-hit countries

March 1, 2024

Climate change has disproportionate impacts globally, and a new analysis identifies compelling coverage by news outlets in less-resourced countries, where reporting on the issue is done in unique and in-depth ways.

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Students may learn ecology (and much else) in the wild

March 1, 2024

CU Boulder’s Mountain Research Station is offering six field courses this summer, giving students the opportunity to study a wide range of disciplines in nature.

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Dream of going to Mars? Talk to explore human health in space

March 1, 2024

Rachael Seidler, a professor of applied physiology and kinesiology at the University of Florida, will deliver this year’s Rose M. Litman Memorial Lecture in Science on April 4.

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Persevering Legacy event March 7 to promote diversity in performance

March 1, 2024

Persevering Legacy will showcase the talents of more than a dozen undergraduate and graduate students in a celebration of women-identifying composers from around the world.

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There’s still time to gain experience for your job search

March 1, 2024

Don’t stress about gaps in your resume. Take action! Do one or more of the work-based experiences offered at CU, or use Handshake to find an internship.

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CU Boulder extends first-year confirmation date to June 1

Feb. 29, 2024

CU Boulder is extending its deposit confirmation date from May 1 to June 1 for first-year students admitted for fall 2024 due to FAFSA delays.

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2024 Concerto Competition winners announced

Feb. 29, 2024

Undergraduate cellist Louis Saxton and graduate violinist Rinat Erlichman were awarded first prizes at this year's Concerto Competition, a highly anticipated event at the College of Music.

Amy Palmer with students in Mumbai

Biochemist wins Cogswell Award for Inspirational Teaching

Feb. 29, 2024

Amy Palmer, professor of biochemistry, has been recognized for revamping classroom experiences, championing diversity and striving to connect with students “beyond the course curriculum.”

Natasha Bosanac

Aerospace professor earns Air Force grant to study spacecraft trajectories

Feb. 29, 2024

Natasha Bosanac has earned a 2024 Air Force grant to advance the study of spacecraft trajectories in cislunar space—the region around the Earth and the moon.

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Meet a scientist, be a scientist: Outreach program emphasizes inclusion

Feb. 29, 2024

CU Boulder's Science Community Outreach Program and Education (S.C.O.P.E.) works with underrepresented middle schoolers to build a science identity before kids lose interest or think they cannot be scientists due to lack of representation.

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