CU-Boulder receives $1.5M for science education
Last Updated: 13:48 May 29, 2014
The money will allow CU-Boulder to strengthen hands-on, research-oriented teaching to students planning to major in science, technology, engineering or mathematics, popularly known as STEM, said Julie Graf, director of CU-Boulder's Biological Sciences Initiative.
CU-Boulder is one of 37 research universities across the nation to be awarded a total of $60 million in the new round of funding announced Thursday by the institute which is headquartered in Chevy Chase, Md.
Prior institute funding to CU-Boulder has helped engage more than 1,600 undergraduates in research projects spearheaded by approximately 230 faculty members from 15 departments.
More breaking news...
Las Cruces former mayor: Boulder must carefully weigh municipal utility costs
Village at the Peaks, set to
LAEC honors businesses for aiding Longmont community
Mattiace shared with Boulder
LAEC has four candidates in mind for president’s post
Andy Bade, chairman of the economic council’s board