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Five questions for Kurt Beam

As a child, Kurt Beam wanted to be a scientist. By high school, he knew he wanted independence – wearing a suit every day to an office would not be a fit – and...
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Five questions for Tom Noel

For 30 years and in 41 books, Dr. Colorado has worked to make state history less intimidating for everyone.
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Five questions for Stephanie Hanenberg

"One of my biggest goals is to make sure people know they have access to affordable health care," says Hanenberg. "We’re also educating the campus by sending...
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Five questions for Nikolaus Correll

“Let’s change the world” was a message he often heard during his post-doctoral work at MIT, and he came to understand that this was not just another well-used...
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Five questions for Charles R. Goeldner

He left an illustrious career at the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business in May 2001 – officially, at least. But he likes to say that he is...
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Five questions for Lori James

Memory is attached to language, which is the focus of her research. James is an associate professor and director of undergraduate training at the University of...
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Staff Council focuses on professional development, review process

Resolution calls for improved process in determining merit raises.
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Five questions for Bill Possel

A career in spacecraft operations led him to the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he is...
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Five questions for Ken Foote

The Boulder geography professor spent more than 10 years visiting about 200 sites before writing "Shadowed Ground," which focuses on the U.S. and how...
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Five questions for Ken Bickers

The University of Colorado Boulder political science professor often is called on to offer expert commentary for the media as the election season progresses.
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Five questions for Charlene Boudreau

She has been active in the sports industry in Colorado Springs since 1996.
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UBAB to stay course

The University Benefits Advisory Board (UBAB) will continue its role as an employee representative group and President Bruce D. Benson also has approved a...
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Five questions for Tania Schoennagel

The CU-Boulder fire researcher in the geography department and INSTAAR has an expert's perspective on this summer's destructive Colorado wildfires.
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Five questions for Diane McKnight

The CU-Boulder professor's research has taken her to some of the most spectacular places on Earth, where she studies relationships between freshwater organisms...
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Five questions for Rebecca Safran

Her research on barn swallows includes examining phenotype (observable characteristics) and how these traits differ in sub-species. A particular interest is in...
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Five questions for Rhonda Williams

Along with research on bullying and adolescent girls, the UCCS associate professor is heavily involved in the Smart Girl program, which teaches young girls how...
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Five questions for Eric Cornell

Since its formation 50 years ago, JILA, the joint institute of the University of Colorado Boulder and the National Institute of Standards (NIST), has been the...
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Philanthropy at Work: Josephine Benavidez

UCCS program director understands the importance of investing in youth because she’s been on the other side of the fence.
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Five questions for Jose Mercado

He was doing what he loved – acting – when a personal event changed the trajectory of his career.
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Five questions for M. Deane Bowers

It was common to find live butterflies flitting around and jars of caterpillars and collections of sea shells and feathers and pressed leaves decorating M...
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Love for literacy lands Bacon in lifelong quest in education

As a young person who loved to read, Margaret “Peg” Bacon thought being an English teacher would lead to great discussions about great books. But as an...
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Four honored for dedication to the university, their communities

Honoring staff who have provided outstanding volunteer service to their campus, the university, and the community.
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Bill on PERA retirement calculations for new hires tabled

A bill that would have changed the way retirement benefits are calculated for new hires joining the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) was tabled...
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Five questions for Revi Sterling

She left her research position to pursue a doctorate in Information and Communication Technologies for Development. After graduating from the ATLAS Institute...
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UBAB, other ‘boiling issues’ inspire discussion among Staff Council members

Council members were unanimously in favor of “continuing UBAB’s role.” Council Chair Carla Johnson will develop a formal resolution, which will be reviewed by...

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