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Alumnus Gives $5 Million to Entice the Very Best to Leeds, Continuing School’s Upward Trajectory
Tandean Rustandy has supported the first named deanship at CU Boulder. It's a shot in the arm as Leeds searches for its next leader.See the Story
Chris Wirth (MBA’97)
A Leeds MBA was the missing piece Chris needed in order to successfully launch his puzzle business.See the Story
Latest News Stories
CU Boulder startup Solid Power announces new commitment with BMW
Reuters, JustAuto, Top Speed—CU Boulder startup Solid Power Inc. announced it would offer intellectual property rights related to its solid-state batteries to BMW and allow the production of the battery cells at the automaker's facilities in Germany.See the Story
The scientific reasons you should resolve to start gardening in 2023
The first-ever randomized controlled trial of community gardening shows it boosts fiber intake and physical activity while decreasing stress and anxiety. It could even reduce risk of cancer and chronic illness. And that’s all in the first season of getting your hands dirty.See the Story
Access to IUDs, other long-acting contraception boosts college graduation rates
Women with easier access to the full range of contraceptive methods, including intrauterine devices and implants, are as much as 12% more likely to obtain a four-year college degree than those with more limited access, according to new research. The study comes amid growing concerns that access to certain forms of contraception is under threat in some areas of the country.See the Story
Indigenous Fire Management Buffered Climate Impacts for Centuries
Devastating megafires are becoming more common, in part, because the planet is warming. But a new study led by Southern Methodist University and coauthored by CIRES suggests bringing “good fire” back to the United States and other wildfire-prone areas, as Native Americans once did, could potentially blunt the role of climate in triggering today’s wildfires.See the Story