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Five questions for Wayne Cascio

While serving in the military during the Vietnam War, Wayne Cascio wasn’t sure what he would do with his life or his psychology degrees. He came across a...
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Five questions for Laura DeLuca

The idea to write a book came from a chance meeting and a mutual interest in peace, conflict issues and Africa.
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Five questions for Tien Vu

The upheaval of the Vietnam War had a profound impact on the doctor, recently recognized for her work and volunteering by a local nonprofit.
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Conversations continue about future of journalism education

Representatives from eight faculty discussion groups listened to ideas and addressed questions from the public concerning a new CU-Boulder entity that will...
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Five questions for Valerie Saltou

Saltou helped institute standard practices for fellows on the Denver and Anschutz Medical campuses, helped establish a local affiliate of the National...
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Five questions for Kat Vlahos

As a licensed, practicing architect, Kat worked on both coasts for a number of years before she decided it was time to come home to her native Colorado.
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Five questions for Leaf Van Boven

A single day in an introductory class helped launch Van Boven’s career in social psychology, but it was statistics and the science of discovery that sealed the...
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Five questions for Peter Simons

The first time Peter Simons remembers being in a “service role” was in junior high school, when a teacher asked him to work with a girl who was shy and...
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Retirees appeal dismissal of class action suit against PERA

A group of retirees has appealed the dismissal of a class-action lawsuit against the state of Colorado and the Public Employees’ Retirement Association (PERA).
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Five questions for Jan Rutherford

At the age of 17, Jan Rutherford enlisted in the U.S. Army. He served as a Special Forces (Green Beret) medic and executive officer, and then as a military...
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Retirees' suit against PERA dismissed

A Denver District Court has dismissed a lawsuit against the Colorado Public Employees' Retirement Association (PERA) by a group of retirees who claimed passage...
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Five questions for Julie Krow

Julie Krow Julie Krow's father was a psychologist; so was her mother. With such influences and a passion for helping people and the underserved, how could she...
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Staff Council keeping eye on compensation for classified staff

The salary pool approved by the Board of Regents at its April 27 meeting continues to be a point of concern for members of the University of Colorado Staff...
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Five questions for Morris Clark

Morris Clark Morris Clark, D.D.S., grew up in the small, rural town of Princeton, W.Va., where access to dental health care was not readily available. People...
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Five questions for Alan Nelson

Photo: Casey Cass/University of Colorado Alan Nelson Photo: Casey Cass/University of ColoradoAlan Nelson The University of Colorado was founded in 1876 on the...
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Five questions for Thomas Duening

Thomas Duening The story of Thomas Duening's career is, by his own description, one of an entrepreneur. It's about building something from nothing, something...
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Five questions for Jane Menken

Jane Menken The new Institute of Behavioral Science (IBS) building will be dedicated April 28, and its director, Jane Menken, couldn't be happier. Previously,...
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Three honored for service at All Staff Council Conference

Photo by Cynthia Pasquale Cary Ihme and Dan Wilkerson Photo by Cynthia PasqualeCary Ihme and Dan Wilkerson Photo by Cynthia Pasquale Mary Lou Kartis, center,...
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In close vote, Board of Regents OKs closure of SJMC

The University of Colorado Board of Regents voted 5-4 to close the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at CU-Boulder during a special meeting Thursday...
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Five questions for Andrew Cooperstock

Cooperstock, right, with his Opus Two partner, violinist William Terwilliger. Andrew Cooperstock's music career has made him somewhat of a globetrotter. As a...
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Partnership enables easy pairing of researchers, volunteers

Volunteers are at the heart of medical studies; without them, science moves forward slowly. But until now, finding interested volunteers to participate in...
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Five questions for Kathleen Tierney

Photo by the University of Colorado Kathleen Tierney Photo by the University of ColoradoKathleen Tierney Disasters are as unpredictable as they are inevitable...
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Five questions for Daniel Gette

Daniel Gette Each year, the University of Colorado Boulder hosts about 150 scientific, government, state and youth conferences, and Daniel Gette knows the...
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Five questions for Clark Thenhaus

Clark Thenhaus Clark Thenhaus discovered architecture and design in the fourth grade; his interest never waned. After earning his graduate degree on the East...
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Staff Council has eyes on PERA legislation

Concerns over Public Employees' Retirement Association (PERA) legislation dominated discussion at the University of Colorado Staff Council's March 3 meeting at...

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