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Brian Buma Featured in National Geographic Magazine and Receives Grants to Study Colorado Wildfires

Assistant Integrative Biology Professor Brian Buma's explorations and research in southern Cape Horn were featured... Read more
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Student Hailey B. Dennis is Active in Educating and Legislating on THC

Hailey B. Dennis, Biology Pre-Med Major and Student Assistant in the Dean’s Office, recently wrote... Read more
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Dr. Colorado Tom Noel on the History of the Klu Klux Klan in Colorado

Early in Denver’s history, working-class neighborhoods tended to have higher KKK membership rates because those... Read more
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Chloe East on How COVID Revealed Flaws in Unemployment

“There are a lot of flaws and gaps in the unemployment insurance system that were... Read more
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Colorado’s Redistricting will Be Important to the Future of the State According to Michael Berry

“I think the allocation of a new seat to the state of Colorado is potentially... Read more
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Teen Marijuana Usage Isn’t Impacted by Legalization According to Analysis fromDaniel Rees

A literature review, published this month by the National Bureau of Economic Research and authored... Read more
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New Book from Former Dean Daniel Fallon

June 17, 2021

Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Founding Dean of CLAS, Daniel Fallon recently published a new book, Love's Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl . This work of academic scholarship, told in first person as an investigative mystery, explores Chateaubriand's secret sponsorship of the author's great-great-grandfather, Thomas Fallon, to a...

Stephen J. Hartnett Continues publishing on China/Taiwan Relations

June 17, 2021

Professor of Communication Stephen J. Hartnett just published a new book, A World of Turmoil: The United States, China, and Taiwan in the Long Cold War . The United States, the People’s Republic of China, and Taiwan have danced on the knife’s edge of war for more than seventy years...

Physics Alum Erik Lucero Featured on a Recent Art Podcast

June 17, 2021

Erik Lucero, Applied Physics Alum, was recently featured on The Artisan podcast for the episode The Art within Quantum Computing. Lucero is now one of the top scientists in Google's Quantum Computing (hardware) division, and an accomplished amateur photographer.