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Five questions for Jeffrey Beall

The CU Denver associate professor says the profession of academic librarianship “gives one the amazing privilege of working center stage in higher education...
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Five questions for April Lanotte

The UCCS educator has loved science since she was young, spending time gazing up at the sky with her amateur astronomer father, and her interest hasn’t waned.
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Tuition, technology policies undergo changes

A much-discussed policy at the University of Colorado that deals with tuition benefits at each campus currently is under review and the University of Colorado...
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Five questions for Allan Wallis

Allan Wallis is an associate professor of public policy at the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Public Affairs. Previously he taught at CU-Boulder,...
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McCrimmon in the habit of helping others

A casual conversation and a desire to be “part of the solution” inspired the division manager of surgery/urology at the School of Medicine to reach out to an...
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Bollard, Laird, Kelly-Bowry receive honors from Faculty Council

The council also recognized Melinda Piket-May, whose term as Faculty Council chair is ending.
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Community connections strong among Staff Council honorees

Four University of Colorado staff members received Service Excellence Awards for their contributions to the university, their campuses and communities during...
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Five questions for David Reed

The Boulder native has come full circle, returning to the university where, as a youngster, he once sold sodas at Folsom Field. The former cable TV exec now is...
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Five questions for Daisy McConnell

She says her “bohemian upbringing” likely was influential to her decision to choose a career in visual arts. She's director of the UCCS Galleries of...
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CU employee benefits have grown healthier

A 2013 study comparing University of Colorado employee benefits to those provided by similar institutions of higher education shows the university has made...
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Five questions for Marty Otañez

The CU Denver assistant professor sees anthropology as a tool to work for social justice.
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Five questions for Jennifer Caspari

The psychological wellness of cancer patients often can influence health outcomes. At the University of Colorado Hospital, Caspari spends much of her time...
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Five questions for Nicholas Hamilton-Archer

His first trips to Denver were not the most auspicious events. But six months later, after becoming the executive director of Executive Programs at the...
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Five questions for Janice Gould

The poet, musician, photographer and educator came to CU in 2009.
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Five questions for Tom Lemieux

CU-Boulder’s greenhouse manager,has been at the university for 22 years. The collection he has amassed over the years is used to teach students about plant...
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Phishing attack could have been worse

About 2,700 emails were sent to CU Denver addresses in an effort to obtain user name and password information.
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Five questions for Aaron Hirsh

Research associate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at CU-Boulder is author of “Telling Our Way to the Sea: A Voyage of Discovery in the...
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Ambitious Art in Spain stirs powerful emotions

Students in Frances Charteris’ seminar examining the art of Spain have been known to shed tears when they stand next to a famous painting or sculpture they...
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Five questions for Stan Deetz

Around the world, the CU-Boulder professor has worked to be an agent of change. He pushes for better collaboration and decision-making to promote success in...
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Five questions for Brian Cadena

A CU-Boulder assistant professor of economics, Cadena researches poverty, immigration and the labor market -- interests that he says likely were sparked by his...
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Five questions for James White

Humans and ecosystems can adapt to a slowly changing climate, but what happens when these changes happen abruptly? “When it comes to climate change, speed...
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Staff Council looks for two-way communication with Board of Regents, Health Trust

Ways in which to develop effective two-way communications with the University of Colorado Board of Regents and the Health and Welfare Trust were main...
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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...
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Five questions for Randy Nozawa

If you happen to be on the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus, Randy Nozawa might come to your rescue when you call IT. His role includes...
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Five questions for Robert Roach

Being able to predict who will and who won’t get altitude sickness can make a Sunday morning 14er climb easier and more enjoyable, but the knowledge also will...

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