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President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative names 2010 researchers

Faculty researchers from all four university campuses have been chosen to participate in the President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) for 2010...
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Five Questions for Patrick McTee

Patrick McTee loves to give away money. It's not that he's independently wealthy — he passes cash from other entities to worthy students at the University of...
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Research applies math model to better predict spread of epidemic diseases

The lurking threat of a major epidemic over the last decade has captured the attention of the international media and the public, with fears running rampant...
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Symposium focuses on service learning

The Center for Faculty Development at the University of Colorado Denver will present "Enhancing Scholarly Engagement Through Service Learning," a symposium set...
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Employee teams form to respond to community needs

We've all heard the phrase "It takes a village" in relationship to rearing a child. That concept can be applied to how a community embraces a wide spectrum of...
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University's new expense system continues to roll

The University of Colorado's new expense system continues to expand as part of a rolling launch that began in April. By the end of February, the entire...
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Gift from Wal-Mart will help small Colorado communities go green

Colorado's small communities are going green, thanks to the Colorado Municipal League (CML) and a gift from the Wal-Mart Foundation. The University of Colorado...
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Five questions for Storm Gloor

Storm Gloor is in his fourth year at the College of Arts and Media, where his CAM Records course gives students real-world experience in the music business...
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Donors, alumni receive video "thank you" Short videos were e-mailed to about 150,000 alumni and parents last month to say "thank you" for supporting the...
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Science building offers latest in architecture, sustainability

On a tour of the science building, Joyce Carnes, senior project manager for Jacobs Facilities, describes the capabilities of the new teachers' podiums in a...
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Regents recap

At its Nov. 11-12 meeting at the Anschutz Medical Campus, the CU Board of Regents approved a lengthy slate of items. The board approved: The establishment of...
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Business School program recognized globally

More than ever, major companies and entrepreneurial start-ups are seeking competitive advantage and success by embracing sustainability as a business strategy...
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Employee giving continues with Colorado Combined Campaign

The University of Colorado's participation in the 2009 Colorado Combined Campaign (CCC) continues this week, giving employees the opportunity to help hundreds...
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Campus encourages volunteerism with Giving Back Campaign

As the holidays approach, the University of Colorado Denver will be celebrating in an unconventional way. In honor of the season's spirit of giving, Chancellor...
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New Phoenix Center offers help to students in times of crisis

Kathy Robertson, whose daughter was a student at Metro State when she was killed by her former boyfriend, speaks at the opening of the Phoenix Center at...
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Registration still open for Coleman Institute conference There's still time to register for the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities' ninth annual...
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Replica of Vietnam Memorial Wall on display to honor veterans

The University of Colorado Denver campus will host the American Veterans Traveling Tribute, a scaled-down replica of Washington's Vietnam Memorial Wall. In...
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Oct. 30 is deadline for CARTSS research funding applications CARTSS — the Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences — is accepting...
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STEMapalooza connects kids to science, technology, engineering, math

Nearly 7,500 people attended the first day of STEMapalooza. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado) Thousands attended last weekend's University of...
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National drug czar visits local substance abuse program

Denver EFFECT, a substance abuse treatment program serving Denver families, last week hosted a visit from Gil Kerlikowske, director of the Office of National...
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Faculty members nominated for 2009 'Distinguished Professor' title

Three professors, two from the University of Colorado Denver and one from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, have been nominated for this year's...
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Walking is good for you — unless ...

Pedestrians face a much greater risk of being killed in accidents than motorists — nine times as likely per kilometer traveled — according to a new study by...
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Postdoctoral contributions celebrated nationwide this week

Erin Giles is searching for metabolic links between obesity and cancer. Jason Duex is trying to determine how to inhibit a tumor-forming protein in cancers...
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Student enrollment up on all four CU campuses

Preliminary numbers indicate Colorado Springs, Denver and Anschutz have record enrollment. [Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado]
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Interaction with first-year students the focus at symposium

Dr. Scott Evenbeck is the keynote speaker at this year's symposium. The University of Colorado Denver's fifth annual Undergraduate Experience Symposium...

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