Tag: Graduate Student Snapshots
Three-Minute Thesis: What makes good science communication?
Can you explain your science effectively in three minutes?
How to tend your relationship so the fire doesn’t go out
Science-backed tips for keeping a relationship happy and healthy.
Graduate Student Snapshots: 2018 NSF GRFP winners!
Kelsie Anson profiles the CU Boulder students awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Award
Graduate Student Snapshot: Doug Peters
Doug Peters is using his scientific skills in an ancient art: brewing.
Graduate Student Snapshot: Zac Holmes
Graduate student Zac Holmes and his fiancé raise bees–including a queen called Hillabee Clinton.
Ben Pollard re-defines physics culture
Ben is one of the founding members of CU-Prime, a student-led organization that focuses on diversity and community in the physics department.
No Paine, No Gain
Alex has spent the past year seriously dedicated to building her body’s muscles, and the results are pretty miraculous.
Grad Student Snapshot: Vaishnavi Viswanathan
Vaishnavi Viswanathan is an artist with a thing for computers.
Graduate Student Snapshot: Joel Basken
Joel Basken is famous in his home department and beyond for many things, but his incomparable lists make him a grad student hero.
Graduate Student Snapshot: Michael Skirpan
Michael is working on an art proposal that will bring STEM and art majors together.