Richard D. Krugman, MD, vice chancellor for health affairs and dean of the School of Medicine at the University of Colorado Denver, is a pediatrics professor and a board-certified pediatrician.
Regents approve $2.6 billion operating budget The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Monday approved a $2.6 billion operating budget for fiscal year 2009-10, a 5.7 percent increase over the current fiscal year, which ends June 30. Regents satisfied with consolidation assessment, halt study The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Monday unanimously [...]
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is joining forces with nine other southern Colorado colleges to strengthen and expand the region's economy, improve overall quality of life, and shape the lives of citizens through education.
The University of Colorado will revise 12 administrative policies, eliminate 19 and implement two new ones on July 1 as part of ongoing efforts to streamline and reduce paperwork. The changes will take effect in fiscal year 2009-10 and are the result of a comprehensive analysis by the Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE), campus [...]
The President’s Task Force on Efficiency will meet today for the first time since March to receive a status report on the system administration’s implementation of its 36 recommendations to the president. The task force issued its recommendations to CU President Bruce D. Benson in March, as required by the president’s call to action last [...]
The MetamorphoSIS project, which will replace the university’s outdated student information system, is preparing to go live this summer with two new features. [Photo by Glenn Asakawa] The MetamorphoSIS Project, the University of Colorado’s ambitious bid to replace its outdated 20-year-old student information system, is preparing to go live this summer with two new features, [...]
Funds are important lifeline for university researchers The University of Colorado has received 37 grants totaling $13 million in federal funding to advance scientific research, spur greater innovation and create jobs that will help stimulate the sluggish U.S. economy. To date, the university’s three campuses have submitted 708 grant applications totaling $361 million under the [...]
A new noninvasive technology developed by a University of Colorado professor could soon give doctors real-time information about blood flow and artery blockages, vital details needed to treat patients suffering from stroke and other vascular disease symptoms. Robin Shandas, a mechanical engineering professor at CU-Boulder and a professor of pediatrics and cardiology at the University [...]
Rembrandt’s “The Anatomy Lesson” Can medical school students connect with patients through art to inspire more humane health care? Can reflective writing about the universality of the human condition create better dialogue among doctors, nurses and patients? Can premed students gain insights into their chosen profession by studying Rembrandt’s “The Anatomy Lesson?” Medical school students [...]