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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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Russ Poole, associate vice chancellor for the Office of Information Technology, talks about the synergy of CU Online and university faculty.

Sweet Technology: Flavorful approaches to technology and education discussed at CU Online Spring Symposium

Mike Pascoe has always been intrigued by the benefits of blending technology and teaching, but admits to taking a shotgun approach. He has used many technology...
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More than 1,000 graduates receive degrees on damp spring day at CU Anschutz
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'Our Dreams Don't End': More than 1,000 graduates receive their degrees on a damp spring day at CU Anschutz

Mother Nature kept the spigot running this soggy May, but the gray sky and drizzle didn't keep commencement ceremonies from proceeding mostly according to plan...
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This year’s graduates of the Educational Opportunities Programs at CU Denver.

Cultural Awareness Certificate amplifies CU Denver’s rich diversity

Their campus is a microcosm of the world, so a group of senior-seminar students decided to do something to celebrate and amplify CU Denver's rich diversity.
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‘Ambron Knowledge Exchange’ conference room, interim dean announced at fundraiser gala

‘Ambron Knowledge Exchange’ conference room, interim dean announced at fundraiser gala

Over the years, Denver’s business community has joined with the Business School to raise more than $3.5 million (including an estimated $400,000 this year),...
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Business School celebrates Ambron’s transformational leadership

Business School celebrates Ambron’s transformational leadership

"Excellence." Ajeyo Banerjee, PhD, recalls this simple answer given by Sueann Ambron when asked: "If hired as dean, what would you bring to the Business School...
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CU Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow, center, talks about workforce training and economic development in a graduate-level School of Public Affairs class on April 9. Pictured at far left is Randy Harrison, senior fellow at the Buechner Inst.for Governance

Wartgow shares insights about workforce training, education with SPA graduate class

University of Colorado Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow, a recent guest speaker in Randy Harrison's graduate class on Economic Development, shared stories from...
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CU Denver to assist communities in large-scale sustainability efforts

CU Denver to Assist Communities in Large-scale Sustainability Efforts

CU Denver, already a big player in community partnerships, will take it up a notch next academic year when it teams with the City of Lakewood to help the huge...
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Iron Art Festival: Creativity at 3,000 degrees

Iron Art Festival: Creativity at 3,000 degrees

Before fields turn ablaze with poppies and daffodils, a somewhat different rite of spring fills the air outside the Arts Building. This one is all about heat:...
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Postdoc Research Day is about meeting people, starting collaborations and getting feedback
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Postdoc Research Day is about meeting people, starting collaborations and getting feedback

Postdoctoral fellows are investigators who perform basic science research that finds its way into applications that help humankind in myriad ways — from civil...
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Donors in spotlight for helping ‘faculty, staff and students push the boundaries of the possible’
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Donors in spotlight for helping ‘faculty, staff and students push the boundaries of the possible’

The annual Donor Recognition Dinner highlighted stories of risk-taking entrepreneurs, benefactors who have touched the learning pursuits of CU Denver and the...
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Robera Oljira, a premed biology major at CU Denver,
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Pre-health students enjoy immersive, real-world learning opportunities

Robera Oljira endured devastating gaps in health care as he grew up in a small town in Ethiopia. Tuberculosis took his father's life when Oljira was 4, and...
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Risk Management and Insurance Program fills urgent workforce need

Pictured from left are, front row, Nicholas Lind, Lori Genuchi (RMI Program manager), and Angela Carey; back row, Ajeyo Banerjee (RMI Program director), Randal...
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CU Denver researcher’s work making tracks for Moab museum

Just as he did during a 30-year career at CU Denver, dinosaur footprints expert Martin Lockley, Ph.D., is leaving his imprint on the moon-like landscape of...
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Executive MBA in Health Administration a unique program in the state

Jobs that are projected to rise at the healthiest clip in the next decade are those focused on keeping the population, which is rapidly aging, healthy. At the...
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Veterans Day Ceremony recognizes service members for their duty, selfless service and integrity

CU Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow thanks veterans for their integrity at the Veterans Day Ceremony Nov. 11 at Tivoli Turnhalle. (Photos: Chris Casey) A...
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CU Denver advertising campaign soars through DIA

The large scale of CU Denver's 'Learn with Purpose' installation at Denver International Airport, including wall and 50-yard-long floor signage, is a first for...
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Innovative CAP dual degree program lets students see world through landscape lens

When Lisa Sabella enrolled in the graduate landscape architecture program at CU Denver , she never imagined being able to keep her academic and career goals on...
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In State of Campus address, Marks envisions ‘elite tier’ status

Lilly Marks, CU's vice president for health affairs and executive vice chancellor for the Anschutz Medical Campus, chats with Frederick Grover, M.D., left, as...
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Gala raises over $170,000 for combat veterans at CU Denver, CU Anschutz

Army veterans who are now students at CU Denver and CU Anschutz enjoy dinner with their wives at the "Combat to Classroom" gala at The Liniger Building at CU...
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Solomon delivers engaging talk about solving ozone depletion in inaugural Chancellor's Distinguished Lecture Series

Susan Solomon visits with Bob Damrauer, CU Denver associate vice chancellor for research, and Chancellor Don Elliman before her lecture. (Photo: Trevr Merchant...
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Anschutz Block Party a success despite brisk weather

A large crowd braved chilly conditions to enjoy the food, music and games of the second annual Anschutz Block Party. (Photos: Trevr Merchant and Matt...

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