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Jackson

Jackson steps into unique leadership role

Aisha Jackson, who for the past decade has successfully bridged the worlds of academia and technology at CU Boulder, will become the university’s first assistant vice chancellor and assistant vice...
Laursen co-author of book on gender equity in STEM
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Laursen co-author of book on gender equity in STEM

Sandra Laursen, director and senior research associate of Ethnography and Evaluation Research at CU Boulder, is co-author of a book on gender equity among faculty in STEM. “Building Gender Equity in...
Porter

Porter named dean of the Kraemer Family Library

Seth Porter, the head of the Donald E. Stokes Library and assistant director for digital teaching, learning and scholarship for Princeton University Libraries, will be the next dean of the Kraemer...
Carpenter

Carpenter named to Shawnee Tribe’s inaugural Supreme Court

University of Colorado Law School Professor Kristen Carpenter, an American Indian law scholar with expertise in property, cultural property, human rights, and Indigenous peoples, has been appointed...
Litos

Litos wins major early career development award

The CAREER Program, one of the NSF’s most prestigious awards, supports early career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in...
Ward

Ward to retire in June

University of Colorado Boulder Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation Terri Fiez has announced that Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research and Director of the Office of Contracts and Grants...
CU Boulder

Provost announces four finalists for CU Boulder law dean position

The finalists for the position are: Michèle Alexandre, Johanna Bond, Lolita Buckner Inniss, Sarah Krakoff and Moses Lasky.
Burgess honored for viewpoint diversity

Burgess honored for viewpoint diversity

The Heterodox Academy has selected CU Boulder environmental economist Matthew Burgess as the recipient of its 2020 Open Inquiry Award for teaching. With this award, Burgess joins Harvard University’s...
García receives NACAS’ Newton Award for Distinguished Service

García receives NACAS’ Newton Award for Distinguished Service

Carlos García, vice chancellor for student affairs, was recognized with the top honor by the National Association of College Auxiliary Services with the 2020 Robert F. Newton Award for Distinguished...
Dorrell named FWAA’s ‘First Year’ Coach of the Year

Dorrell named FWAA’s ‘First Year’ Coach of the Year

The University of Colorado's Karl Dorrell was named the Football Writers Association of America's (FWAA) "First Year" Coach of the Year, an honor bestowed on a head coach in his first season at a...
Murnane, Kapteyn honored by National Academy of Inventors

Murnane, Kapteyn honored by National Academy of Inventors

Two scientists who pioneered technologies for generating coherent X-rays, which helped propel research in dynamic processes in atoms, molecules and materials, have been named fellows of the National...
Williams

Williams named Vice Chancellor for Communications at CU Denver

Marie Williams, a proven communications leader and strategist with more than two decades of experience, will become the new vice chancellor for communications at the University of Colorado Denver,...
Damrauer

In memoriam: Lennie Damrauer

The University of Colorado community lost a valued member with the passing of Lenore (Lennie) Damrauer on Nov. 21, at the age of 77. Her affiliation with the CU Denver Department of Chemistry began...
Bellin named interim vice chancellor for advancement at CU Boulder
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Bellin named interim vice chancellor for advancement at CU Boulder

CU Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano today named Derek C. Bellin interim vice chancellor for advancement, effective Feb. 2. Bellin, who currently serves as associate vice chancellor for academic...
Davis

Davis named next College of Music dean at CU Boulder

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today named John Davis dean of the College of Music effective Jan. 1, 2021.
Greene named director of new Center for Health Artificial Intelligence

Greene named director of new Center for Health Artificial Intelligence

Casey Greene, PhD, has been named director of the new Center for Health Artificial Intelligence at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, where he will lead the creation of a center building...
Anderson

In memoriam: Regent Emeritus Jack Anderson

Jack Kent Anderson had the dream he would pass away while seated in his recliner chair watching his beloved Colorado Buffaloes in a winning gridiron effort. That was fantasy. He was 90 years of age...
McCabe, Lehnert named AAAS fellows

McCabe, Lehnert named AAAS fellows

A University of Colorado Boulder anthropologist studying people in East Africa and a physicist advancing quantum science have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of...
McAllister edits ‘The Cambridge Companion to Apocalyptic Literature’

McAllister edits ‘The Cambridge Companion to Apocalyptic Literature’

Colin McAllister, assistant professor of music at UCCS, researches and writes on the intersection between music, history, classics and theology – all alongside a 20-year career as an international...
Mills

Mills authors new book, ‘The World Colonization Made’

Brandon Mills, PhD, an instructor at the University of Colorado Denver in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, recently released his book The World Colonization Made: The Racial Geography of...
Conlin

Conlin recognized as top archaeology teacher

Diane Conlin, associate professor of classics emerita at the University of Colorado Boulder, has joined a “small group of elite educators” who’ve been recognized as outstanding teachers in the field...

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