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Panel examines lessons learned in November election

Three things are clear in the wake of last week’s election: Tax increases for education remain unpopular. Sin taxes are palatable. Recall efforts are gun...
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Elliman puts innovation and service at forefront

The University of Colorado Denver needs to be adaptive, responsive and relentlessly innovative in the fast-changing environment of higher education, Chancellor...
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Information technology job market remains robust, panel says

Panelists in the Business Executive Panel are, from left, Ted Hellmuth, Daniel Zimmerman, Tim Rod, Gail Coury, Alan Cullop, Mark Endry and Randy Weldon. Not...
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Undergraduate symposium spotlights importance of integrative learning

Speaking on a panel at the Undergraduate Experiences Symposium, from left, Jeff Franklin, associate dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Mitch...
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Newest club sports team reflects campus’s growing international student body

The ball gets crisply knocked back and forth as players glide through drills. The CU Denver men's soccer club team is only a few weeks old, but already this...
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Ethiopian biology student makes star turn in TV ad

Robera Oljira gets instruction on a film shoot of the CU Denver television ad in which he is the lead actor. Robera Oljira crammed for his biology final on a...
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CU Denver embraces 'Learn with Purpose' message

Students, faculty and staff who participated in the CU Denver advertising campaign join Robera Oljira (second from left), one of the TV spot stars, and Milo...
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CAP celebrates dawning of new era with open house

Guests at the CAP open house enjoy seeing the renovated second-floor space in the CU Building. CAP Dean Mark Gelernter (center, in suit and glasses) greeted...
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Design plans, environmental evaluation move forward on I-225 light rail

A new alignment of the Interstate 225 light rail line along Fitzsimons Parkway drew concern from some residents about potential effects to parking and nearby...
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Campus celebrates 40th anniversary, start of academic year with far-out party

Students peaced out as hippies, staff members channeled disco divas and neighborhood residents sported neon-framed sunglasses. Everyone got their groove on Aug...
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Campus welcomes freshmen with simple message: welcome and get involved

The University of Colorado Denver cranked up the spirit dial at this year's convocation ceremony: academic regalia was worn, Milo the Lynx was afoot, and a...
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New faculty learn about professional and campus resources

Storm Gloor, a professor of music and entertainment studies in the College of Arts and Media, explains that he also is a teaching consultant for CU Denver’s...
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Cradle of mankind becomes classroom at Tanzania field school

Each June and July, the Tanzania Field School offers an unparalleled educational experience – a blend of hands-on practical field work and cultural excursions...
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Students test mental, physical skills at Summer Olympiad

More than 300 Colorado high school students tested their academic and athletics skills at the Auraria Campus as part of the systemwide CU Pre-Collegiate...
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RTD Board approves rail realignment to Fitzsimons Parkway

Board support boiled down to three factors: comfort with the benefits and service provided by the new alignment; trust in the partner stakeholders who support...
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At CU Advocates event, officials spell out challenging funding environment

Jeff Parker, vice chancellor of administration and finance, CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus, explains some of the funding challenges confronting CU at the...
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School of Public Affairs co-hosts national public-private partnership workshop

Phil Washington, RTD general manager, delivers the keynote address at the Implementing PPPs for Colorado workshop on May 22. Already a leader in public-private...
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Simpson delivers straight talk about reversing deficit

From left, businessman Jake Jabs, CU President Bruce Benson, retired Sen. Alan Simpson and CU Denver Business School Dean Sueann Ambron. (Photo: Casey A. Cass/...
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University puts energy, hours into service

Representatives from the College of Nursing volunteer at the Food Bank of the Rockies as part of the CU in the Community campaign. Faculty, staff, students and...
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Outstanding research celebrated at RaCAS event

Casey Allen, Ph.D., receives the Faculty Mentor of the Year Award at the RaCAS event. Presenting the award is Mary Coussons-Read, provost of the University of...
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CU Advocates hear sobering outlook on higher education funding

CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus Vice Chancellor of Administration and Finance Jeff Parker explains budget challenges facing the university at the lunch-and...
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Professor Cobb wows students with power of math at TEDxYouth

Using photos, diagrams and charts, a CU Denver professor demystified the world of math and showed how mathematical models can help political leaders keep the...
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Study: Camping ban proves counterproductive, cruel

A homeless man sits on a bench on the 16th Street Mall in Denver (Photo by Chris Palmer). Denver's controversial "camping ban" has left the homeless no place...
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University Advancement and Student Engagement to enhance student success

Chris Dowen Connecting with students early in their academic careers will be a primary goal of Chris Dowen, who started last week as the university's first...
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Denver Public Schools students told that university ‘is place for you’

Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Raul Cardenas addresses an audience of Denver Public Schools students Friday during the DPS Expo. More than 1,000...

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