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Staff Council discusses UBAB dissolution

Nov. 14 meeting at UCCS also included talk about criteria for the annual Staff Excellence Award.
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Bensimon: Change from within needed to better serve ethnic minorities

The co-director of the Center for Urban Education at the University of Southern California spoke to a group of about 100 CU faculty and staff members at a...
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Five questions for Rick Stevens

The CU-Boulder journalism professor looks back at the turning point in media coverage brought about by the death of JFK.
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Five questions for Phillip Morris

UCCS leader's passion for working with veterans stems from his own -- and his family’s -- military service.
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Staff Council continues review of policy on hiring working retirees

An administrative policy dealing with University of Colorado retirees who return to work at one of the four campuses continued to be a topic of debate by...
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Five questions for Bellverie Ross

On her final day of work as the executive assistant for the dean of students/assistant vice chancellor for Student Life, she stayed in her office until 8:30 p...
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Five questions for Peter McGraw

Have you ever laughed at an epic FAIL? Or that klutzy moment when someone awkwardly falls down? Why was it so funny? Peter McGraw has traveled around the world...
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Five questions for Daniel Savin

As with many people who enter the field of medicine, he sought a profession that would enable him to improve people’s lives. Because he also enjoyed talking...
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Five questions for Tim Chamillard

He's the first UCCS faculty member to develop a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), a free, eight-week course on beginning game programming.
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Five questions for Barbara Todd

The University of Colorado Boulder’s registrar began working in the office as a student employee in 1980; following this school year, she plans to retire.
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Five questions for Judith Regensteiner

Women’s physiology is different from that of their male counterparts in many aspects, but scientific research hasn’t always included both men and women in...
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Five questions for Noah Finkelstein

He calls his route to CU-Boulder a “circuitous” one, but each step prepared him to be where he is today: professor of physics, a principal investigator of the...
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Five questions for Constance Staley

She has directed the UCCS Freshman Seminar Program for 20 years, or approximately half of her career.
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Five questions for Deborah Keyek-Franssen

A troika of “love” interests helped place Deborah Keyek-Franssen at the intersection of education and technology. First, she fell in love with higher education...
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Staff Council looks to improve communication, increase collaboration

Members of the University of Colorado Staff Council held their first meeting of the year Aug. 15 at 1800 Grant St. and discussed potential areas of emphasis to...
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COLTT conference sets attendance record as educators network, gain inspiration

Presenters offered tips on using technology in the learning process, but also encouraged attendees to work together to influence and improve the ever-changing...
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Five questions for Tor Wager

Recent groundbreaking research by the associate professor of psychology and neuroscience at CU-Boulder provides a brain-activity measurement that predicts how...
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Five questions for Gregory Walker

Four generations of Gregory Walker’s family have been scholars and musicians. So perhaps it was destiny that he has become a critically acclaimed violinist and...
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Five questions for Wendy Guild

She launched the Sports and Entertainment Management program in 2007 at the University of Colorado Denver.
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Five questions for David Thomas

At the offices of CU Online at the University of Colorado Denver, the joke is that faculty members pay a visit to find out which button they need to push to...
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Five questions for Tom Napierkowski

In the General Prologue to “The Canterbury Tales,” Geoffrey Chaucer says of the Clerk of Oxenford, “And gladly would he learn and gladly teach.” It’s a line...
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Staff Council wants limits on retiree hiring

Concerned that some retirees returning to work for the university might be in jobs that could be filled by unemployed or underemployed workers or those who...
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Five questions for Jeanie Youngwerth

Director of the Palliative Care Consult Service at UCH, she oversees all functions of the service, from day-to-day operations to achieving the service's vision...
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Five questions for Max Boykoff

As an assistant professor in the Center for Science and Technology Policy in CIRES, his research interests include the cultural politics of climate change and...
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Five questions for Tom Zeiler

He might be known as the “baseball history guy,” but this professor at the Department of History at the University of Colorado Boulder is well-versed in more...

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