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Charles Musiba and Team Publish on Recently Re-examined Ancient Footprints

Footprints discovered in 1978 by paleontologist Mary Leakey and her colleagues in Laetoli, Tanzania, have... Read more
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Native American History tied to the Hop Industry by Peter Kopp

The Dawes Act of 1887 distanced Indigenous people from their traditional practices, as it tried... Read more
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Perspective on the State of Parental Choice and COVID Vaccination from Jennifer Reich

“As we watch coronavirus vaccination become widely available to young children in the coming days,... Read more
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Daniel Rees Analysis On Impacts of Marijuana Legalization Cited

Earlier this year, Economics Professor Daniel Rees, with a colleague from Montana State University, performed... Read more
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Reminders of Who is Most Impacted by Climate Change from Catalina de Onís

“People on the front lines of climate chaos have long documented that Black, Indigenous, and... Read more
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Mindfulness Research from Alexander Presciutti Finds it Helps After Cardiac Arrest

Alexander Presciutti, PhD student in Clinical Health Psychology, said, “Although survival rates have improved, the... Read more
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Research on El Niño Impacts for Cholera Rates by Ivan J. Ramírez

Jan. 20, 2022

Assistant Professor of Health and Behavioral Sciences Ivan Ramirez recently published “ Deconstructing the spatial effects of El Niño and vulnerability on cholera rates in Peru: Wavelet and GIS Analyses ” in Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology . This retrospective research yields new insights about epidemic cholera during the 1990s in...

New NEA Award for Wayne Miller

Jan. 20, 2022

English Professor Wayne Miller received a $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts Translation Fellowship to support his collaborative translation of the short story collection Sellers Of Chaos by the Albanian writer Moikom Zeqo.

Alum Vance Harris Publishes First Research

Jan. 20, 2022

Vance Harris, Geography and Environmental Sciences 2020 alum, had his first research publication in the journal Frontiers in Forests and Global Change , “ Small-Area Estimation for the USDA Forest Service, National Woodland Owner Survey: Creating a Fine-Scale Land Cover and Ownership Layer to Support County-Level Population Estimates concerning utilizing...

Mitch Handelsman wins APA Award

Jan. 20, 2022

Professor of Psychology and CU President’s Teaching Scholar Mitch Handelsman won the 2021 Ethics Educator Award from the American Psychological Association Ethics Committee. The award recognizes "outstanding contributions to ethics education and psychology."

ESIL Program in Alliance to Increase Native American Participation in STEM Careers

Jan. 20, 2022

The Environmental Stewardship of Indigenous Lands (ESIL) Certificate Program has joined the Native Food, Energy and Water Systems (FEWS) Alliance with the shared vision to build a highly skilled Native American Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and to address insufficient access in Indigenous communities. The Native FEWS Alliance strives...