With threats of lawsuits and some suggesting it could be days or even weeks before the presidential race is resolved, election night 2020 was far from decisive—at least on the national level. But a few things did emerge as certain, CU Boulder political scientists say.
We sat down with Kenneth Bickers, chair of the Department of Political Science, and Celeste Montoya, an associate professor of women and gender studies, for their take on the election.
Read the interview at the link below.
Bond-funded renovations at Boulder TEC emulate professional work environments
Recent renovations at Boulder TEC have created a real professional environment for students, better preparing them for the changing trends and technologies in their fields. Boulder Technical Education Center is a program that helps students earn college credit and professional certifications with hands-on learning experiences in a variety of career paths. The renovations are part of a $15M project provided by the 2014 Building for Student Success Bond program. Get complete details about the project and view pictures: https://www.bvsd.org/…/bond-funded-renovations-at-boulder-t…. #BVSDProud
Earlier this school year when welding and auto repair students at Boulder Technical Education Center (TEC) returned to their classrooms on the Arapahoe Campus, they were greeted by newly renovated classrooms/labs that had been updated to emulate professional shops.
Museum spotlights reptiles and amphibians in incredible detail
Iguanas come in many different colors, but have you ever wondered what the inside looks like?
Now, thanks to a new project at the CU Museum of Natural History, you can see what the insides of the Mexican spiny-tailed iguana look like in impressive detail!
The CU Museum is now offering a wide range of exhibits and educational offerings for students, families and community members, including some with Spanish translations all from the comfort of your own home. Check out the website often, as content is expanding monthly!
Ever want to see inside an iguana? A new project at the CU Museum of Natural History is collecting incredibly detailed images of specimens in its collection—including CT scans of their internal anatomy.
Boulder to Explore How Electric Vehicles Can Reduce Building Energy Costs
The City of Boulder is testing the ability to reduce the city’s building energy costs with an innovative pilot at the North Boulder Recreation Center. Learn more: http://ow.ly/aB6w50CCcGb
The City of Boulder is testing the ability to reduce the city’s building energy costs with an innovative pilot at the North Boulder Recreation Center
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