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Communities of color breathe Denver’s worst air

Feb. 21, 2024

A new CU Boulder-led study found historic redlining laid a foundation for today’s bad air trends. In Denver, people of color, specifically those of Hispanic/Latino and American Indian/Alaska Native heritage, are exposed to higher levels of air pollution than non-Hispanic whites.

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Meet Buffs with shared interests and passions

Feb. 20, 2024

One way to make friends this semester is to get involved and find people with similar interests and passions. Check out programs, organizations and other ways to connect and build relationships.

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Grounding in Gratitude on Feb. 27

Feb. 20, 2024

Stop by the Center for Community to pick up a gratitude postcard and gratitude journal, and get tips for incorporating gratitude into your day-to-day.

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Attend the Destination Startup Investor Showcase in Denver March 22

Feb. 20, 2024

A collaboration led by Venture Partners at CU Boulder among leading research universities and federal laboratories across the Intermountain West will showcase the best companies from the university's innovation ecosystem.

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How CU Boulder educators use open educational resources: March 4

Feb. 20, 2024

Three CU educators will discuss using open educational resources in their instruction. During the virtual discussion, they’ll also take questions from the audience.

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The most outstanding solar-flare eruptions are not always the most influential

Feb. 20, 2024

A recent CU Boulder study suggests confined flares are more efficient at heating plasma and producing ionizing radiation than comparable eruptive flares.

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LongPath Technologies, a CU Boulder spinout, leads on methane detection

Feb. 20, 2024

LongPath is harnessing quantum technology to detect methane emissions from oil and gas operations, innovation that benefits industry and investors—and the planet.

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5 tips for managing conflict with students

Feb. 20, 2024

The ideal classroom, lab or lecture fosters thoughtful discussions between you and your students. That being said, classroom conflict is inevitable. Here are some strategies to support students and promote conflict resolution.

Charles F. Kettering Award winners

Masters of the Environment Program congratulates partners at state agencies

Feb. 20, 2024

Members of CU Boulder’s Masters of the Environment graduate program recently congratulated partners at multiple Colorado state offices for receiving the Charles F. Kettering Award. The MENV community was involved in nominations for the award.

CU Board of Regents, President Todd Saliman and CU Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano at LASP

LASP welcomes University of Colorado Board of Regents

Feb. 20, 2024

The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics recently welcomed the CU Board of Regents for a visit and tour of its facilities on East Campus. The regents learned about the lab’s 75-year history and upcoming work.