CU Boulder team poses in front of their concrete canoe

CU Concrete Canoe team excels at symposium, advances to nationals

May 23, 2024

CU Boulder’s Concrete Canoe team excelled at the American Society of Civil Engineer’s Rocky Mountain Symposium, securing first place in sustainable solutions, as well as second and third place in other competitions. For the first time ever, the team has been invited to ASCE nationals.

 Detective Tim DeLaria and Sergeant Matt DeLaria at his police academy graduation in 1999

Sergeant reflects on department’s 75-year history, his inspiration to serve

May 23, 2024

Matt DeLaria, a second-generation CU Boulder police officer, followed his father’s footsteps, not only going into law enforcement but specifically joining the campus police department.

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Not just a fluke: Learning more about trematode infection

May 23, 2024

A CU Boulder researchers find certain parasites congregate in certain parts of amphibians’ bodies, often to dire physical consequences.

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Supporting Indigenous researchers through fellowship, science

May 23, 2024

CU Boulder's Tribal Climate Leaders Program supports students in bringing science home to their reservations and communities.

Grizzly bear in the wild

Advocating for more conservation than the ‘bear’ minimum

May 23, 2024

A CU researcher argues setting minimum targets for wildlife conservation inevitably excludes other worthwhile goals, including restoration and ecosystem management.

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Get your Shakespeare on with ‘Macbeth’ June 8–Aug. 11

May 23, 2024

When three witches deliver a prophecy in three parts to General Macbeth, he faces a choice: Should he let destiny take its course or conspire with his wife to pursue fortune’s favor on his own?

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Don’t judge a book by its spine: Preservation exhibit shows methods of book repairs

May 23, 2024

The “Treating Damaged Book Spines” exhibit will run through the summer in Norlin M350B and demonstrate a step-by-step process for mending spines.

Erin Hutchinson

Erin Hutchinson selected for prestigious fellowship

May 23, 2024

The assistant vice chancellor of campus information technology finance, planning and IT asset management is one of 15 people selected for the 2024–25 National Association of College and University Business Officers Fellows Program.

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CU Boulder Student Jobs to be phased out in 1 month—set up your Handshake account now

May 23, 2024

If you are hiring students for fall 2024, create an employer account now to post opportunities on Handshake. CU Boulder Student Jobs will phase out by July 1, and Handshake will be the sole place for all student jobs. Get details.

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Solar physicists unlock the key to how sunspots form—and much more

May 22, 2024

In 1612, astronomer Galileo Galilei observed dark splotches can sunspots moving across the face of the sun. A new study could reveal the engine that drives these cloudy features, and much of the sun's volatile activity.

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