Dan Doak in the field

50 years on, Endangered Species Act a noted success

Jan. 24, 2024

Dan Doak, CU Boulder professor of environmental studies who has studied threatened and endangered species for decades, reflects on a half century of species protection.

Marilyn Brock

Getting to know Marilyn Brock—interim director, Entrepreneurship Center for Music

Jan. 24, 2024

The Entrepreneurship Center for Music introduced a new face this academic year: While Professor of Composition and ECM Director Jeffrey Nytch is on sabbatical until fall 2024, Marilyn Brock fulfills the role of interim director.

Kathryn Materna working in the field

CIRES welcomes new tectonic geodesist Kathryn Materna

Jan. 24, 2024

Assistant Professor Kathryn Materna's focus on earthquake cycles and tectonic deformation will add depth to CU Boulder geodesy research.

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Sleeping well to be your best—a workshop Feb. 7

Jan. 24, 2024

If you have trouble getting a good night’s sleep and have tried the usual techniques without success, it’s time to try something different! In this session, learn about tools to help you clear obstacles and find solutions that work for you.

Staff Council banner on Dirk's patio at the Center for Community.

Professional research assistants, research associates: Join Staff Council

Jan. 24, 2024

Staff Council is pleased to announce that it has expanded its representation to include professional research assistants and research associates. Learn more and get involved!

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Get in on WorkWell networking and cold care kits Jan. 31

Jan. 23, 2024

Find WorkWell in the Department of Athletics on Jan. 31 for employee wellness on the go: cold care kits to stay healthy this cold and flu season, breakfast burritos and more.

1972 Pictorial Wildlife and Game Map of the United States

Mapping from ‘description to analysis’

Jan. 22, 2024

To Rebecca Dickson, Program for Writing and Rhetoric teaching associate professor, maps are an avenue for making a good argument. Her program regularly partners with the Earth Sciences & Map Library to explore how maps can facilitate new ways of learning for first-year students.

New Venture Challenge winner holds prize check and shakes hand with Professor Brad Bernthal

Registration open for New Venture Challenge—compete for thousands in funding

Jan. 22, 2024

The New Venture Challenge is CU Boulder’s “flight simulator” for students and employees who are creating real-world impact through startups, organizations and endeavors to compete for up to $50,000 of funding.

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Quantum seed grants to advance industry and university innovation projects

Jan. 22, 2024

CU Boulder officials announced the winners of the 2023–24 translational quantum research seed grants, which are designed to incentivize quantum science and technology innovations launched from the lab, accelerating them along the development path to new programs and businesses.

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Reconnecting and building community through Faculty SPACE

Jan. 19, 2024

The new year is a perfect time to reignite connections, engage in meaningful conversations and build your community. Bookmark the SPACE webpage for upcoming events—first gathering Jan. 24.