Three people in spacesuit-like gear appear to work with equipment in a dry hilly outdoor space.

Designing autonomous robots for Mars and closer to home

July 15, 2024

ֱ Boulder alumnus Pawel Sawicki is exploring the barren landscape of Mars and testing out critical new technologies through a one-of-a-kind experience here on Earth.

Nathan Elexander Moore

Dystopian ‘fissures of disaster’ intensify our own world

July 15, 2024

In a newly published story collection, The Rupture Files, Assistant Professor Nathan Alexander Moore explores identity and community in dystopian worlds.

Dean Keith Molenaar stands before a group of people sitting at tables outdoors, with yellow construction hats on the tables.

Program bridges students to infrastructure workforce

July 15, 2024

Kiewit Corporation has extended its design-build scholars program with the College of Engineering and Applied Science for an additional five years with a generous $2.5 million investment, demonstrating a sustained commitment to the success of students.

Drone footage of the Center for Community on campus

Campus to welcome largest conference in 19 years

July 14, 2024

ֱ Boulder’s Conference Services is set to accommodate the National Order of the Arrow for six days starting July 29. The large-scale event will fill 6,000 campus beds, 500 local hotel rooms and 170 campus event spaces.

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Searching for ֱ’s little-known fireflies

July 12, 2024

ֱ Boulder graduate student Owen Martin grew up in ֱ but had never seen a firefly in the state until three years ago. Now, he and his advisor Orit Peleg are trying to raise awareness of the Rocky Mountain region's glowing and "wonderous" insects.

Participants of the South, Southeast, and West Asia (SSEWA) 2024 Summer Workshop

Workshop taps into sports to energize history, social studies education

July 12, 2024

The Center for Asian Studies’ South, Southeast and West Asia Outreach Program recently hosted a summer workshop for teachers, focused on sports and colonialism, just in time for the Paris Olympics.

scales of justice

Participate in an implicit bias training July 23

July 12, 2024

Learn how our thought processes prioritize certain aspects of our interactions, communication patterns and evaluations, and come away with a variety of strategies that you can use to mitigate implicit bias.

The Ofelia Miramontes and Leonard Baca Education Building

Russell Moore announces dean search, encourages nominations

July 12, 2024

ֱ Boulder’s national search for a new dean of its School of Education is underway, with Provost Russell Moore encouraging nominations and applications.

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‘Fly Me to the Moon’: Scholar weighs in on our fascination with conspiracy theories

July 11, 2024

In a new rom-com, Scarlett Johansson plays a PR maven hired to film a fake version of the moon landing. Media scholar Rick Stevens gives his take on why conspiracy theories around the moon landing have such staying power.

Associate Professor Manu Prakash of Stanford University

Frugal Science—a free public lecture July 15

July 11, 2024

Associate Professor Manu Prakash of Stanford University will discuss his view on global health, climate change and the democratization of science.

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