The fight against fires begins before the first spark—when homeowners in the wildland-urban interface choose whether to remove trees and bushes near their homes.
Time magazine dubbed Margaret Mead one of the 20th century’s 100 most influential scientists and thinkers. It also depicted Mead as a sloppy researcher. A University of Colorado Boulder professor has now debunked the source of that slander.
People who focus on the oft-cited and indisputable physical and physiological benefits of exercise are less likely to continue an exercise regime than people who simply feel good after sweating a bit and value those effects on their quality of life.
Steven Hayward has been appointed the first Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy, the University of Colorado Boulder announced last month.