Plan to watch the chancellor’s two-part State of the Campus online event. Day one will include the release of the documentary The Road Back: CU Boulder’s Response to COVID-19. Day two will include the release of a speech by Chancellor Philip DiStefano sharing his excitement and goals for the academic year.
New research shows that dietary compounds called prebiotics, which serve as food for good bacteria in the gut, make the body more resilient to circadian rhythm disruptions from things like jet lag or shift work.
In the male-dominated engineering industry, where women represent only about 11% of the workforce, gender influences whom individuals turn to for answers to questions. Professors Amy Javernick-Will and Tony Tong share on The Conversation.
Human-caused emissions of air pollutants fell during last year’s COVID-19 economic slowdowns, improving air quality in some parts of the world, while wildfires and sand and dust storms in 2020 worsened air quality in other places, according to a new report with CIRES co-authors.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis and first gentleman Marlon Reis, a CU alumnus, married in a ceremony held at CU Boulder's Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre on Sept. 15. The occasion represents the first same-sex marriage of a sitting governor, according to the Associated Press.
CU Boulder’s enrollment numbers bounced back this fall, according to new enrollment data published Wednesday. The campus’s fall census marked undergraduate enrollment at 29,511 students, a 1.8% increase from fall 2020.
In one of the campus's longest-standing traditions, 8 outstanding individuals, plus the campus's Pandemic Scientific Steering Committee and Science Team—including 12 individuals—are being honored with Alumni Awards for 2021.
Boulder City Council took the next step toward approval of the proposed CU Boulder South annexation agreement. It also honored the late Frances Draper, a longtime university employee, for her instrumental leadership and collaborative spirit.
John and Ann Harsh are creating a scholarship for first-generation and underrepresented students studying integrative physiology, as well as a bequest to establish the first endowed faculty chair in the Department of Integrative Physiology and directorship of the Health Professions Residential Academic Program.