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Foodie alert! More choices for hungry Lynx

Foodie alert! More choices for hungry Lynx

From Italian subs to Hawaiian barbecue and from cinnamon rolls to noodle bowls, two new restaurants on the Auraria Campus are cooking up tasty offerings to...
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CU Cancer Center team removes 15-pound tumor from Denver City Council President Albus Brooks

CU Cancer Center team removes 15-pound tumor from Denver City Council President Albus Brooks

Denver City Councilman and former CU Buffaloes linebacker Albus Brooks was literally running full-tilt into summer when a diagnosis stopped him in his tracks...
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CAP project aims to infuse design strategies that promote healthier, more active lives in Denver’s poorest neighborhood

CAP project aims to infuse design strategies that promote healthier, more active lives in Denver’s poorest neighborhood

Belying its bucolic name, Denver’s Sun Valley neighborhood is largely industrial and economically challenged. Bicycle lanes are lacking and often don’t connect...
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First nursing cohort at CU South Denver graduates, reflects on convenience, quality and camaraderie

First nursing cohort at CU South Denver graduates

Christina DeBello’s life was complicated when she decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She and her husband were busy raising four children,...
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Dental medicine students and faculty provide free screenings at Boys & Girls Club

Dental medicine students and faculty provide free screenings at Boys & Girls Club

For many kids, a trip to the dentist is an exercise in apprehension and fear. Not so for a group of Boys & Girls Club members who had their teeth examined...
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Qatar Prime Minister celebrates son's graduation from CU Denver, forges even stronger relationship with university

Qatar Prime Minister celebrates son's graduation from CU Denver, forges even stronger relationship with university

An already strong relationship between the University of Colorado Denver and the nation of Qatar took a significant step forward last week with the visit of...
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Here are the top 10 can't-miss features of the 'transformed' Tivoli Quad Park

Here are the top 10 can't-miss features of the 'transformed' Tivoli Quad Park

This May, the Tivoli Quad Park will bloom into a swath of green, framed by sweeping patios and arcing walkways. Just in time for CU Denver’s spring...
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Sullivan studies housing equality and the devastating effects mobile home park evictions have on individuals and entire communities

Sullivan studies housing equality and the devastating effects mobile home park evictions have on individuals and entire communities

Esther Sullivan, PhD, followed her interests in housing equality and poverty housing and lived in mobile home parks in Florida and Texas. That is, until she...
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Consortium takes lead on studying climate change effects on health

Consortium takes lead on studying climate change effects on health

A group of University of Colorado scientists are taking a leadership role to investigate the effects of climate change on health, which has emerged as a...
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Chancellor Horrell updates regents on her 80-day Reach Out and Listen tour, says CU Denver is a 'can-do' institution

Chancellor Horrell updates regents on her 80-day Reach Out and Listen tour, says CU Denver is a 'can-do' institution

Through a Reach Out and Listen tour that’s involving faculty, staff, students and community members, CU Denver is honing in on a shared vision and direction to...
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Campaign rhetoric 'impacts people's mental health'

Campaign rhetoric 'impacts people's mental health'

A wall along the U.S.-Mexican border. Calls to deport anyone not here legally. Comments that besmirch Mexicans. Such statements and generalizations have made...
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Wilderness Medicine Series draws huge interest

Wilderness Medicine Series draws huge interest

A packed house. People interested in the outdoors – as well as staying safe when they venture into the wild – showed up in force for the launch of a Wilderness...
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Putting the punch to Parkinson's

Putting the punch to Parkinson's

With a glint in her eye and clenched jaw, Tina Schoenherr rears back a gloved fist and swings at the target held up by Anthony Mora. Thuds of fists on punching...
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Chancellor Horrell launches Reach Out and Listen Tour, sets high aspirations for CU Denver
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Chancellor Horrell launches Reach Out and Listen Tour, sets high aspirations for CU Denver

As she looks around the University of Colorado Denver campus, Chancellor Dorothy Horrell, PhD, notices brilliant music being made by lots of talented and...
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Horrell to help university ‘fulfill what’s possible’
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Horrell to help university ‘fulfill what’s possible’

Dorothy Horrell, PhD, officially became chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver on Jan. 4. She recently sat down with Today to offer some initial...
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Bioscience 2 called 'spectacular facility'
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Bioscience 2 called 'spectacular facility'

Building boasts bio-bank, genetic-testing lab, cutting-edge research equipment and easy access to clinicians and faculty at CU Anschutz
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Title IX team: 'We're here to help'

Title IX team: 'We're here to help'

Educational outreach effort includes information sessions, posters, tattoos, T-shirts and online training modules.
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Business School launches international Research Council on Commodities and innovative digital journal

Business School launches international Research Council on Commodities and innovative digital journal

Business School launches international Research Council on Commodities and innovative digital journal
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Preview Day posts record turnout

Preview Day posts record turnout

A record 380 high school seniors and their parents attended CU Denver Preview Day on Friday, Oct. 16.
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Bioengineering: Rankings go up and so do job prospects

Bioengineering: Rankings go up and so do job prospects

Rapidly growing program takes advantage of affiliation with world-class CU Anschutz Medical Campus
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Clinical trial drug transforms life of cancer patient

Clinical trial drug transforms life of cancer patient

Dr. Doebele and his CU Cancer Center research team drive development of targeted-therapy drug that shows great promise
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Future of health care hot topic at Aspen Ideas Festival

Future of health care hot topic at Aspen Ideas Festival

Advances in translational medicine and research. Top-quality clinical care and patient outcomes. Development of talent. All of these unite at academic medical...
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U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, left, with Rebecca Kantor, dean of the School of Education & Human Development, and CU Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow.

'Way Ahead of the Curve': U.S. Secretary of Education praises teacher-preparation programs in the School of Education & Human Development

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said the University of Colorado Denver'sSchool of Education & Human Development (SEHD) is "way ahead of the curve"...
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Students make their mark on real-world innovation in annual engineering competition

Engineering a Transition: Seniors make their mark on real-world innovation in annual Engineering Senior Design Competition

Any nervousness Skyler Saleh had about presenting Team Stratus's project to a group of judges is long gone. He smiles and launches into the ambitious scope of...

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