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Candidates for Denver mayor take to campus for debate

By Diane Carman Photos by Karl Gehring of the Denver Post Paul Teske, dean of the School of Public Affairs Photos by Karl Gehring of the Denver PostPaul Teske...
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Red flags raise awareness about abusive relationships

The tri-institutional Phoenix Center at Auraria hosted a Red Flag Rally during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Students joined the rally to raise awareness of...
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Evaluators to recommend continued accreditation for University of Colorado Denver

Leadership at the University of Colorado Denver expects the institution's accreditation to continue now that an evaluation visit has been completed. A review...
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Professors to consider 'Lessons at Bloody Sand Creek'

To anyone who grew up in Colorado and studied the West, the words "Sand Creek" are synonymous with one of the darkest passages in state history. On Nov. 29,...
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Downtown Denver next stop on president's town hall tour

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson's spring series of town hall meetings continues Monday, April 11, on the University of Colorado Denver campus...
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Japan relief efforts active on campuses

To aid those affected by the Japan earthquake, students at the University of Colorado have organized campaigns to raise funds for relief efforts. The 8.9...
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Digital storytelling to come into focus at workshop

Historically, a good storyteller was someone who could paint a picture, whether for pleasure or education, with spoken or written words. With the onset of...
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President's town hall tour begins Friday

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson's spring series of town hall meetings begins Friday, April 1, on the University of Colorado Colorado Springs...
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Schedule set for Benson's spring town hall meetings

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson will embark on a series of town hall meetings, appearing at all four campuses during April. The format will be...
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Signs of new branding spring up on campus

Signs of new branding spring up on campus The new universitywide, interlocking CU logo is starting to show up in very visible locations, with much more ahead...
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Dozens of CU graduate programs earn national ranking

Graduate programs across the University of Colorado system continue to earn national prominence based on the latest annual rankings from U.S. News & World...
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Five questions for Clark Thenhaus

Clark Thenhaus Clark Thenhaus discovered architecture and design in the fourth grade; his interest never waned. After earning his graduate degree on the East...
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Campus community takes part in iron-clad collaboration

An already warm pre-spring day got red hot as students, faculty, guest artists and members of the local community gathered to create works of art cast in iron...
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Educators explore unconventional ways of boosting learning, teaching

[flagallery gid=12 name="Gallery"] Can a professor boost classroom connections and foster better learning and teaching by getting students to loosen up with...
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College of Arts and Media helps audience meet Twain

Hugh Bingham plays Mark Twain In his signature white suit to match the wild, white tuft of hair, Mark Twain (aka Hugh Bingham) started off the panel discussion...
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Procurement Month means open houses

For the third straight year, the Procurement Service Center (PSC) will celebrate Procurement Month by holding open houses on each CU campus. The CU Denver open...
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Women share journeys of success at expanded symposium

[flagallery gid=11 name="Gallery"] Personal journeys of success in personal and professional settings and the techniques that help make them possible were...
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Movie icon returning to Auraria Campus for women's conference

Pam Grier, movie icon with longtime ties to the Denver area, will return to the Auraria Campus on Friday, March 4, as keynote speaker for the 15th annual Women...
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Entrepreneurship competition seeks business plans

From soup to nuts to hair and clothing and just about everything in between, the Bard Center Business Plan Competition has accelerated entrepreneurial...
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Buechner Institute study: Lack of state revenue threatens public services

Without increases in revenue, Coloradans face dwindling public services and an inability to make government more efficient, a report from the Buechner...
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American Concrete Institute offers solid endorsement to university

The University of Colorado Denver, through the College of Engineering and Applied Science, has been named American Concrete Institute (ACI) Outstanding...
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Gift from Walmart to help greening of Colorado communities

Communities across Colorado are going green, thanks to the Colorado Municipal League (CML) and a second generous gift from the Walmart Foundation to the...
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Five questions for Jeremy Németh

Jeremy Németh Perhaps Jeremy Németh's interest in urban design began in preschool, where he would spend entire days building wooden block towers taller than...
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SPA professor a 'star' among women in criminal justice, criminology

Angela Gover A few years back, Angela Gover, associate professor in the School of Public Affairs (SPA), was ranked seventh nationally among women "stars" in...
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Hidden Gems: UC-Denver Career Center

A young student finds herself struggling with the future, wondering where her passion lies and what kind of work she'll want to do when she graduates. She's...

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