Eleven teams of CU-Boulder faculty and staff from across campus have been offered seed funding, ranging from $5,000 to $20,000 each, after a call went out in September for applications. The 11 awards granted are out of 26 total submittals.
If it hadn’t been for finding a box of photo negatives in the darkroom of the photography studio at CU-Boulder, Albert Chong’s mixed-media retrospective at the Projective Eye Art Galley in Charlotte, N.C., might not have happened.
John O’Loughlin, CU-Boulder professor of geography and faculty associate in the Institute of Behavioral Science, has become the first foreigner in more than 100 years to win the Semenov-Tyan-Shansky gold medal for research on Russia.
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