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  • Tanner

    Five questions for Joseph Tanner

    He grew up in the ‘60s when “nearly everyone was enamored with the space race and would have loved to have been on one of those rockets with the heroes who were doing that.” At the time, Tanner didn’t think he could be a “superhero,” as the media referred to them, but the seed had been planted.
  • Phishing successfully targets employee pay

    Phishing successfully targets employee pay

    Last month, CU Denver employees received an email asking them to confirm their employee credentials by clicking on a link that led to a fraudulent website resembling the CU employee portal. Criminals stole credentials entered on this site and used them to alter employees’ direct deposit allocations, thus stealing their pay.
  • APS

    Faculty Council approves APS changes

    The CU Faculty Council voted to approve proposed changes to two Administrative Policy Statements (APS) during the council’s Dec. 5 meeting at 1800 Grant St.
  • Leeds: Positive, broad-based job growth forecast for Colorado in 2014

    Colorado will continue on the road to recovery and add a variety of jobs in 2014 across almost all business sectors following a positive year in 2013, according to economist Richard Wobbekind of the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business.
  • Tenure list: December 2013

    At its meeting last week at CU Denver, the Board of Regents approved tenure for six faculty members across the system.
  • Students, campuses taking steps to reduce student debt

    The 3.8 percent loan default rate at CU is substantially lower than state and national averages, which are 10.4 percent and 10 percent respectively.
  • Professor’s two worlds both ripe for ‘paradigm shift’

    Why is the head of an evolving journalism program producing iconoclastic scholarship on a seminal figure of the age of rationalism and the Scientific Revolution?