Colorado College’s Economics and Business Department is offering a new interdisciplinary major, one that examines the intersection of business and economics with society and builds on the commonalities and differences between the two disciplines. The new major, Business, Economics, and Society (BESoc), which launches in Block 5, explores human economic behavior — its nature, sources, and consequences […]
Colorado College’s 11th annual State of the Rockies Project Conservation in the West Poll shows an increase in levels of support for conservation, with voters in the Mountain West calling for action to protect nature as a new administration and Congress consider their public lands agendas. The poll, conducted between Jan. 2-13, surveyed at least 400 registered […]
Congratulations to Colorado College Assistant Professor of Physics Natalie Gosnell ’08, who has been awarded the highly competitive Cottrell Scholar Award, which supports both original scientific research and new educational initiatives. The award will allow her to expand her existing astrophysics research program to investigate how magnetic fields impact stellar evolution. Read more here.
Fulbright has announced its Student Grant semifinalists for the 2021-22 grant year, and Colorado College has 12 Fulbright semifinalists, tying the record it set two years ago. Of the 12, seven are study/research semifinalists and five are English teaching assistant awards. This year’s Fulbright semifinalists are: Robin Hilderman ’20, University of Edinburgh study award in geology to the […]
Colorado College has received a $500,000 gift from the Inasmuch Foundation for the Mike and Barbara Yalich Student Services Center. The new student services center will be adjacent to the Ed Robson Arena and will honor the legacy and contributions of alumni Barbara Neeley Yalich ’53 and her late husband Milo “Mike” Yalich ’50. The Yalich Center will […]