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Children who are deaf can get better start on life

CU-Boulder researchers demonstrated that early identification and treatment were key to helping children remain in the normal cognitive range and helped launch nationwide adoption of universal newborn screening.

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Painstakingly connecting pottery to politics

The 2014 Archaeology Field School and Global Seminar, a seven-week surveying expedition to southern Greece, is sponsored by the CU-Boulder Department of Classics through Study Abroad Programs. The department has a 10-year history of organizing summer archaeology field schools, previously for excavations in Rome. This year was the first trip to Greece.

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Economics alum leaves $3.7 million to endow chair

Gift also funds a student sabbatical program, because Eugene Eaton believed ‘studying economics in an international setting would add a lot to the student’s appreciation for the discipline’.

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Child Learning Center wins $25k from Millennium Trust

For more than 40 years, the Child Learning Center (CLC) at the University of Colorado Boulder's Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences has been helping children around Boulder County get the most out of their education. That work will continue thanks in part to a $25,000 grant from the Millennium Trust.

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Features

NASA team probes function, implications of rock-powered life

NASA team probes function, implications of rock-powered life

CU-Boulder researchers have been awarded a $7 million, five-year grant from the NASA Astrobiology Institute to study “rock-powered life.”

Education-innovation guru preaches well-being through tech

Education-innovation guru preaches well-being through tech

English prof known for massive open online course on comic books and graphic novels tapped to help university navigate uncertain waters.

Old Main Cottonwood finds new life through cloning

Old Main Cottonwood finds new life through cloning

The Old Main Cottonwood, the oldest and tallest tree on campus, is being cloned!

Theater students prepare to bite the Big Apple

Theater students prepare to bite the Big Apple

The Theatre & Dance Department’s first senior showcase took place this year in New York City. A dozen senior performance majors auditioned before casting agents through the Actors Connection.