Former NASA staff member and CU Boulder professor has been inducted into the National Academy of Engineering for his work in asteroid sample collection.
 
Beginning in the spring of 2019, CU Boulder will add 30,000 square feet to Koelbel Building thanks to donor funds.
 
CU ATLAS Institute assistant professor is recognized for his work teaching robots human body language.
 
Phil Larson, a SpaceX alum, has been hired as assistant dean of communications, strategy and planning in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
 
The U.S. Department of Energy has granted $1.3 million to CU Boulder researchers to study emissions from natural gas storage facilities.
 
Construction agreements on CU Boulder South campus will provide a new berm to protect from flooding and affordable housing for CU faculty, staff and students.
 
CU Boulder professionals and students will help operate an upcoming NASA mission to study unusual astronomical objects.
 
The vice chancellor for enterprise development at CU South Denver's campus was inducted into University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management's Hall of Fame for her professional success.
 
Two CU Boulder scientists were awarded the Presidential Early Career Award, the highest United States government honor for science and engineering professionals.
 
The University of Colorado's Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence has been awarded a $2 million grant to train professionals on treating those who have experienced trauma.

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