A student-built microsatellite is on its way to the International Space Station today after launching successfully from Cape Canaveral. The satellite will become part of a network of miniaturized satellites studying a portion of Earth’s atmosphere.
Emeritus Professor Dennis McGilvray's photography exhibit in the Anthropology Department reflects his research on the marriage and dowry practices of Tamil-speaking Hindus and Muslims in the eastern region of Sri Lanka.
Give & Go, an automated film-editing platform for sports teams and coaches, took home top honors at the New Venture Challenge (NVC) Championship on Thursday night, winning first place in the annual event that showcases entrepreneurial innovation from across campus.
Jacob Rodriguez, a junior the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, has been awarded the 2017 Goldwater Scholarship Award, one of the nation’s most prestigious scientific awards for undergraduates.
Free and open to the public, the conference on Reporting in the Age of Alternative Facts will involve discussions with panelists from ProPublica, the New York Times, The Nation, The Denver Post, KGNU Community Radio, Rocky Mountain PBS and other organizations.
Speak to departmental advisors and faculty from Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Business, Education, CMCI, Environmental Design, Music, Study Abroad and Career Services at the 2017 Arts and Sciences Majors Fair on April 6.
The University of Colorado Boulder will take global communication to a new level April 3 through May 9 with the opening of a shipping container transformed into a high-tech portal for Skype-like global conversations.