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Five questions for Rob Pyatt

Working on sustainability design projects on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana and the Navajo Nation in Utah have made a big impression.
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PERA’s benefit calculation method spurs debate at Capitol

A bill that would change the way retirement benefits are calculated for those who join thePERA after Jan. 1, 2013, was given preliminary approval by the...
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Contributions help pave high schoolers’ path to college

Thousands upon thousands of young men and women have successfully found their way to college and graduation thanks to the guidance of Danny Martinez.
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Five questions for Erin Foster

The university’s tuition benefit program offered Foster a chance to earn an advanced degree without borrowing money and going into debt. And working at CU...
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Five questions for Angela Buchanan

Her courses emphasize research skills, discursive versatility and critical thinking.
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Mostly talk, little action so far regarding PERA changes

The 2.5 percent PERA contribution shift for University of Colorado employees will end this July.
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Five questions for Philip Zeitler

Although he is an internationally known expert in pediatric endocrinology who has made substantial contributions to the understanding of Type 2 diabetes,...
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Role of UBAB under review

Amid an upcoming administrative policy statement review and concerns about efficacy of the University Benefits Advisory Board (UBAB), a member of the board...
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Uncommon team helps new moms cope with mood disorders

Through PROMISE, care providers identify women who are suffering from symptoms of depression and then work to help them manage the issues.
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Five questions for Mary Jane Rapport

“In order to feel compassion for others, you need to recognize, refer and respond to them as a person first,” Rapport says.
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Five questions for Tom Bowen

A partnership between the Crow tribe and the University of Colorado is working to change conditions on the reservation, which sits just southeast of Billings.
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Five questions for Carmen Stavrositu

Whether you spend hours updating your status and writing on others’ walls or roll your eyes at the thought of Facebook, there’s no arguing that the social...
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Five questions for Steven Johnson

While the number of new HIV cases has declined and the number of AIDS-related deaths has decreased, there still are more than 33 million people worldwide who...
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Mini Med School expansion aims to teach people what doctoring is all about

Dennis Boyle, M.D., speaks Wednesday at Mini Med School Part 2 on the Anschutz Medical Campus. Attendees learned about the doctor-patient relationship. (Photo...
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Wellness initiative could gain new participation incentives

Possible incentives the CU wellness program might include in the future: partnerships with exercise franchises such as 24 Hour Fitness, or discounted premiums...
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Five questions for Kenneth Morse

He clearly loves machinery, and during his leisure time he builds and restores vehicles.
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Five questions for Andrew Cowell

In the past several years, he has worked to help revive the Arapaho language through research and documentation, as well as offering support to the Arapaho...
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Five questions for Martin Lockley

It began with a few tracks in a coal mine near Gunnison. They weren’t just any tracks; they were impressions left in the earth by dinosaurs millions of years...
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Sneak preview: Colorado Center for Health and Wellness

Construction continues on the Colorado Center for Health and Wellness on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. The center is a combination research/clinic/fitness...
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Staff Council hears details on UCCS strategic plan

A strategic plan that carries the University of Colorado Colorado Springs into 2020 is geared toward accommodating current growth, shoring up diminishing...
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View from ‘Above the Ashes’ coming to TV

The film by CU Denver's Michelle Bauer Carpenter airs at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, on Colorado Public Television, Channel 12.
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Five questions for Kathy Perkins

Growing up in a household of scientists may have influenced Kathy Perkins’ decision to study physics, but her desire to make a difference in people’s lives in...
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Diversity discussion: Higher ed too focused on ‘fixing’ students

The world is demanding more of students as workplaces become more complex, and institutions of higher education must rise to the challenge by working...
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Five questions for Delbert Elliott

Delbert Elliott fights crime, but not in the cape-wearing, superhero kind of way; he battles drug abuse, violence and delinquency through research findings and...
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Five questions for Peter deLeon

Peter deLeon is a soft-spoken man who is passionate about public policy analytics but whose political activism ended with the Vietnam War protests. A national...

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