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  • Bee Boulder Honeybees are arguably the most important pollinators in our food system, and due to several environmental and social factors, their populations have been in significant decline in the last decade. Monitoring honeybees is critical, yet there is no comprehensive method by which to do so. This project addresses the need to better understand the decline of the honeybee population and how evidence based design can offer sustainable solutions...
  • Biological Sciences Initiative The Biological Sciences Initiative (BSI) envisions scientific literacy among all citizens, increasing their understanding of the relevance of science to their lives and empowering them to make informed health, environmental and political choices. To promote diversity and inclusiveness in the sciences and scientific literacy, BSI provides research, classroom and professional development experiences to those interested in the biosciences at many levels, while particularly serving those with limited opportunities and/or from groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences...
  • Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity is a large format immersive digital dome show on black holes at the Gates Planetarium at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Funded by the National Science Foundation and NASA, this 23 minute show was directed by Thomas Lucas. The science director was Professor Andrew Hamilton of JILA and the Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences at CU-Boulder...
  • BOLD Center The BOLD (Broadening Opportunity through Leadership and Diversity) Center of CU Boulder's College of Engineering and Applied Science is committed to graduating an innovative and competitive engineering work force that is diverse in gender, ethnicity and socio-economic representation. BOLD's purpose is to break down the barriers that keep too many of today's young talent from reaching their aspirations by broadening participation, improving student retention and supporting the community needs of diverse engineering students...
  • Border crossing: Renewing El Pueblo In/Out of School Since 2010, Alicia Sanchez International Elementary School and the School of Education have been engaged in a partnership focused on building and studying solutions aimed at (1) improving the academic learning of children living in poverty who are also racial and linguistic minorities, and (2) preparing a majority middle-class, white population of pre-service teachers to teach these students effectively...
  • Boulder Affordable Housing Research Initiative The goal of the Boulder Affordable Housing Research Initiative (BAHRI) research project is to conduct compelling and informative research on affordable housing needs, accessibility, and availability. The project is a three to five year study initiated in July 2015 conducting comprehensive and collaborative research on affordable housing in Boulder County...
  • Boulder County Latino History Project The Boulder County Latino History Project helps to correct the widespread omission of Latinos from local history books and school curriculums. It began in 2013 as a community-based initiative to document and make known the previously invisible experiences of Latinos in Longmont, Lafayette, and Boulder over the past century. The project’s 100 volunteers and interns assembled 1,600 primary sources of many types: oral history interviews and other biographical materials, family photographs, information from old newspapers, school records, U...
  • Brain Behavior Clinic and Boulder County Ten Year Plan to Address Homelessness The Brain Behavior Clinic (BBC) in the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience at CU is partnering with the Boulder County Shelter for the Homeless in identifying and documenting cognitively disabled persons as part of the County's 10-Year Plan to Address Homelessness. One of the specific goals of the Boulder County 10-year Plan is to identify and provide effective outreach to chronically homeless individuals and connect them with needed services and viable and permanent housing solutions...
  • BUENO Center for Multicultural Education The BUENO Center for Multicultural Education is an integral part of the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Through a comprehensive range of research, training, and service projects, the Center strongly promotes quality education with an emphasis on cultural pluralism. The Center is deeply committed to facilitating equal educational opportunities for cultural and language minority students...
  • Building Community Knowledge Around Sustainable Neighborhood Design This project is a collaboration around a major long-term planning, design and development initiative of the City of Boulder anchored by the site previously occupied by the Boulder Community Hospital. The initiative is conceptualized in part as an 'eco-district' including adjoining neighborhoods. This project will help create a baseline of ideas, designs and knowledge to support community dialogue...
  • Building LGBTQ-Inclusive Capacity Through University-District Partnership A Queer Endeavor is a grassroots, queer-led initiative housed in the School of Education. Through deep partnerships with researchers, education leadership, and teachers, our work aims toward creating safer, more inclusive school communities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth, families, and staff. We work in direct partnership with CU’s teacher preparation program and local school districts and also provide training and materials to a national audience...
  • Building Post-Disaster Resilience in Puerto RIco: ICT-Enabled Mental Health Support Service According to public health officials, there are warning signs of a full-fledged mental health crisis in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and much of the population is showing symptoms of post-traumatic stress. Within the first 2 months after the hurricane, over 2,000 calls (2x normal) had overwhelmed the emergency hotline for psychiatric crises maintained by the PR health department...
  • Building Science Communication Skills through Improvisational Theater We will be offering a series of improvisational theater workshops to enhance communication and collaboration skills for science. The program brings together local secondary students and CU students studying topics in environmental science to engage in improv lessons and problem-solving discussions around environmental challenges. The program provides the post-secondary students with techniques to communicate about their science and trains them as effective messengers, and it immerses secondary students in environmental science through a creative process...
  • Business Research Division Outreach Serving Colorado since 1915, the Business Research Division (BRD) of Leeds Business at CU Boulder provides economic and demographic information needed by businesses, governments, and nonprofits. Specializing in economic and fiscal analysis, market research, and custom research projects, the division also produces the longest-running annual forecast of the state's economy, now in its 50th year...