Educators and the community are invited to join a virtual conversation on cultivating compassion and dignity in schools. The Oct. 25 event offers Colorado educators a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help interview the Dalai Lama.
Lab Venture Challenge, which will take place virtually Nov. 3–4, funds the university's top innovations that address a commercial need, have a clear path to a compelling market and enjoy strong scientific support.
Though Ray Charles died in 2004, today’s audiences have the opportunity to spend an evening with the gifts he left behind. Award-winning artists Clint Holmes, Take 6, Nnenna Freelon and Tom Scott will perform some of the most popular hits from his catalog.
After a year when the nation experienced a shortage of mechanical ventilators to help treat patients with severe COVID-19 complications, Professor Mark Borden's company Respirogen presents another treatment option: oxygen microbubbles.
A new analysis of 350,000 news stories produced by conservative media giant Sinclair Broadcast Group finds when the company buys a station, local news definitely takes a hit. But it did not find any evidence, at scale, that coverage shifts toward a more conservative slant.
In an Oct. 19 ceremony, the CU community honored the latest recipients of honorary degrees, a university medal and a distinguished service award––Ceal Barry, Cleo Parker Robinson, Rebecca Roser and Charles Sisk.
Kristen Sim started the Teacher Leadership program thinking she might get a master’s degree over time. Fast forward one year, one pandemic, six self-paced online courses, three capstones and a network of new colleagues, and Sim is now the program's first graduate.