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Educator to speak on U.S. security at National Press Club

Kurt Johnson Kurt Johnson, an educator at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs whose background includes providing legal counsel to senior military...
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Program transforms schoolyards into farm land serving school, community

A year of project planning and preparation came to reality last week as McGlone Elementary held a special kind of groundbreaking ceremony. Not only is a Denver...
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Breakthrough treatment extends lives of prostate cancer patients

The Food and Drug Administration has approved an immune therapy against prostate cancer, a major breakthrough that will extend the lives of many advanced-stage...
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CU-Boulder freshman campaigns for scholarship in memory of friends

Larkin Poynton Soon after the tragic 2008 automobile death of Longmont High School senior Kyle Metcalf and University of Colorado Denver freshman Caitlin Epple...
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Biotech company expands Alzheimer's disease partnership with CU

The University of Colorado and AmideBio, LLC have completed an agreement creating a research collaboration with a CU-Boulder lab, and giving AmideBio an option...
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SkillSoft offers improved navigation

A new version of the SkillSoft Course Player released late last month makes navigation easier for users taking SkillSoft courses. The SkillSoft Course Player...
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Rebalancing investments can turn losers into winners, professor says

When it comes to investing money in the stock market, actively rebalancing your portfolio is so critical that it can help turn individual investment losers...
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Stimulus grant brings $15 million to biotechnology building

The University of Colorado at Boulder has received a $15 million grant through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to be used toward the ongoing...
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Breast cancer risk factors differ among races

Lisa Hines A new study led by Lisa Hines, assistant professor of biology at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, finds that factors known to...
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Successful blog creator shares experience with students

A passion for music is what drives music blog creator Heather Browne. She told her story of the blog I Am Fuel, You Are Friends, to University of Colorado...
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Some pediatric brain tumors might be worsened by immune gene expression

Nicholas Foreman, M.D. More than half of children diagnosed with ependymoma brain tumors will have them recur after standard treatment — surgery and radiation...
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Open Enrollment

With open enrollment under way, Payroll & Benefit Services (PBS) encourages employees to review materials, attend an open enrollment session, compare plans...
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Federal stimulus has brought $151 million to CU for research

From state fiscal stabilization funds, which enabled the university to backfill its budget amid state higher education cuts, to federal grants that will speed...
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University of Colorado grad programs remain among the best in the nation

Graduate programs across the University of Colorado's campuses remain among the best in the country, with 13 ranked in the Top 10 in their fields, according to...
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Achievements in diversity celebrated by president's awards

Representatives of faculty, staff, students to be recognized at ceremony in May Five winners of the annual President's Diversity Awards will be recognized in a...
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Early photos of CU in good hands

The hospital as viewed from Main. Valmont Butte is visible in the background. The University of Colorado at Boulder has an unofficial caretaker of rare...
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International Festival offers tastes of global culture, foods

The 20th annual International Festival at the University of Colorado at Boulder promises a slate of sights, sounds and tastes from around the world, and will...
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Open enrollment begins next week

Open enrollment for the 2010-11 plan year begins at 8 a.m. Monday, April 26, and ends at 5 p.m. May 21. Payroll & Benefit Services encourages employees to...
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Four energy leaders receive engineering award

The University of Colorado at Boulder will present the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award to four influential leaders in the energy industry at the 45th...
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Joint venture with Texas A&M to advance disease treatment

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will work collaboratively with the Texas A&M Health Science Center in the areas of bioenergetics, immunology...
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Spring breaking for the greater good

Several University of Colorado Denver students turned their spring break into a time of caring and sharing. As part of the second annual Alternative Spring...
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School of Medicine, partners will work to prevent mistreatment of children

The Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) awarded nearly $1.4 million to a partnership of Colorado organizations to test a promising approach to...
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Former medical researcher gives $1.6 million for scholarships

Several students in the University of Colorado Denver's new BA/BS-MD program will receive School of Medicine scholarships thanks to a new endowment funded by a...
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Sanofi Pasteur licenses E. coli vaccine technology

A vaccine technology developed jointly at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) was licensed recently to...
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Classes, workshops offer training on expense system

Expense system classes on travel and the procurement card have been scheduled on each campus during April, May and June, as well as new 30-minute workshops...

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