Vladimir Putin sits in a crowd at a sporting event

Who supports Putin? Men, older generations and traditionalists, study shows

Nov. 30, 2023

In a new study led by CU Boulder, researchers surveyed more than 8,400 people in six former Soviet Union nations about their support for the controversial Russian leader. In Ukraine, at least, Russia's long and bloody invasion seems to have backfired on the leader.

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5 leadership lessons from the Barbie movie

Nov. 29, 2023

When it comes to looking for a movie to teach you about leadership, Barbie might not be the first one that comes to mind. However, beneath the glitter and pink, emerged five important steps to becoming an effective leader.

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Group receives $8M from Renew America Nonprofits program

Nov. 29, 2023

A research group in CU Boulder's Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering received an $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to provide technical assistance that aids nonprofits in cutting energy use. The project places a significant emphasis on involving and training students in all stages of renovating existing buildings.

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Employer-labor relations in the balance

Nov. 28, 2023

Associate Professor Vilja Hulden’s recent book “The Bosses’ Union” highlights how employers organized to fight labor before the New Deal.

Heusler Co2MnGa compound

Unlocking the secrets of spin with high-harmonic probes

Nov. 28, 2023

Reported in a new Science Advances paper, a JILA team and co-collaborators probed the spin dynamics within a special material known as a Heusler compound: a mixture of metals that behaves like a single magnetic material.

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CU Boulder at COP28: Addressing climate change through innovation

Beginning Nov. 30, world leaders and climate experts will gather in Dubai for the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference to address the climate crisis and help vulnerable communities adapt. Learn more about CU Boulder's expertise and involvement.

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Climate scientist reflects on year of disastrous weather—and what’s to come

Nov. 27, 2023

After a year of fire, heat, floods and droughts across the world, Pedro DiNezio shares predictions on what could happen next year—and what we can do about it.

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5 ways CU Boulder researchers are working to address climate change

Nov. 27, 2023

Across the university, researchers are racing to find solutions to slow the rate of climate change and potentially reverse its course.

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Fighting climate despair: What to do to make a difference

Nov. 27, 2023

Get Associate Professor Amanda Carrico’s take on actions that can have meaningful impacts on reducing one’s carbon footprint, from changing diet habits to reducing food waste and more.

A photo showing several actors in the movie 'Killers of the Flower Moon'. The actors are portraying Indigenous women of the Osage Nation in the 1920s.

‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ and Indigenous representation in film

Nov. 22, 2023

As “Killers of the Flower Moon” shows in theaters, Professor Angelica Lawson explains how Indigenous people and stories are typically represented in film, as well as how this new movie lives up to and falls short of expectations.