DeJong named emergency manager

The CU Boulder Police Department has hired Garry DeJong to be the new director of Events and Emergency Management. DeJong replaces Stuart Pike, who retired at the end of June.

Jokerst named CU Boulder police chief

Doreen Jokerst has been named the next chief of police for the CU Boulder Police Department after a national search, campus officials announced Friday. Jokerst, a commander with the Parker Police...
Fox receives two national awards on same day

Fox receives two national awards on same day

University of Colorado Boulder chemical and biological engineering Assistant Professor Jerome M. Fox won two prestigious national awards this spring.

Sirangelo to join CU Boulder Engineering

Mark Sirangelo, who just concluded his career as the head of aerospace giant Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Space Systems, is joining the University of Colorado Boulder as an entrepreneur-in-residence...

In memoriam: Karen Lynn Gibson

Karen Lynn Gibson Karen Lynn Gibson, former staff member at CU Boulder, died July 16, 2018, at her home in Louisville. She was 73. Gibson worked at CU for 26 years, retiring in 2007. She worked in...

Chen talks immigration

Ming H. Chen, associate professor at Colorado Law, directs the CU Immigration Law & Policy Program and serves on the Colorado Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
Ron Gallegos

In memoriam: Ron Gallegos

Ronald I. Gallegos, a member of the CU Boulder community for 33 years, died July 4, 2018. He was 70. In the ’80s, Gallegos established CU’s Pre-Collegiate Development Program, which provides college...

Zunger wins prestigious energy medal

Research Professor Alex Zunger of the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute joins the ranks of former President Jimmy Carter as a recipient of the prestigious Karl W. Böer Solar Energy Medal of...

Kroll elected to American Philosophical Society

Professor of Chinese joins group whose membership includes U.S. presidents, Darwin, Edison, Curie and scores of Nobel laureates

Abraham appointed as new interim CUPD chief

Doug Abraham, who retired last year as the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus police chief, has been hired as interim police chief at CU Boulder. The appointment is effective immediately...

Plunkett to direct CU News Corps program

Former Denver Post editorial page editor Chuck Plunkett will join the University of Colorado Boulder this fall as director of CU News Corps, a program of the College of Media, Communication and...
Spain Bradley

Spain Bradley receives OZY Educator Award

Anna Spain Bradley Anna Spain Bradley, associate professor at the University of Colorado Law School at CU Boulder, has received a 2018 OZY Educator Award, given to five educators across the country...
Huetson, champion of sustainability, to retire

Huetson, champion of sustainability, to retire

After 15 years with CU Boulder, Curt Huetson is retiring as director of facilities, planning, operations and project management for Housing and Dining Services. Among Huetson’s many accomplishments,...
Ahn, Luger inducted into National Academy of Sciences

Ahn, Luger inducted into National Academy of Sciences

Pioneering biochemists Natalie Ahn and Karolin Luger have been inducted into the National Academy of Sciences, an honor that recognizes "distinguished and continuing achievements in original research...

McDonald named dean of University Libraries

CU Boulder Provost Russell Moore has named Robert H. McDonald as dean of University Libraries. McDonald, who currently serves as associate dean for research and technology strategies and librarian at...

Kaempfer receives award from Faculty Council

William Kaempfer, right, receives the Faculty Council's Administrator of the Year Award from Chair Ravinder Singh. William Kaempfer, Ph.D., visited Faculty Council at its May 3 meeting to receive the...
Buchanan, work of McLean honored at Capitol

Buchanan, work of McLean honored at Capitol

Colorado Senator Rhonda Fields provided an official state tribute Wednesday, May 2, in honor of Lucile Berkeley Buchanan. Never officially recognized during her lifetime, Buchanan was the first...

Rogers recognized for contributions to demographic methodology

Andrei Rogers Andrei Rogers, CU Boulder professor emeritus of geography, recently received the 2018 Mindel Sheps Award at the Population Association of America meeting. The Mindel Sheps award is...
UCCS student Marcus Pumphrey, left, with Mark Buchanan, UCCS lecturer.

CU faculty, staff help honor students at Capitol

UCCS student Marcus Pumphrey, left, with Mark Buchanan, UCCS lecturer. Four University of Colorado faculty members, staff and partners last week took part in the honoring of eight students who are...

Ector to retire May 31

Ava Ector, transit manager for Transportation Services, will retire on May 31, Parking and Transportation Services Director Tom McGann announced today
51Carusos give $2 million to support CU Boulder entrepreneurial ecosystem

Carusos give $2 million to support CU Boulder entrepreneurial ecosystem

Boulder entrepreneur Dan Caruso and his wife Cindy—both active philanthropists—are donating $2 million to support innovation, entrepreneurship and diversity at CU Boulder.

Krakoff wins 2018 Hazel Barnes Prize

University of Colorado Law School Professor Sarah Krakoff has been named the 2018 recipient of the Hazel Barnes Prize, the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from the university.

Kingston discusses violence prevention

Beverly Kingston (PhDSoc’05) directs CU Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV). Here she discusses preventive measures for children and mass shootings, and what needs to be...