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There’s COVID. And ‘Long COVID’

Dr. Daniel Goldberg, a faculty member at the University of Colorado Anschutz Campus who studies medical history and ethics, said it’s fairly common for an acute medical issue to trigger lasting...

BizWest

'She was basically housed in a separate facility': CU's first Black nurse fought racism to help others in need

In 1946, Zipporah “Zippy” Parks Hammond made history by becoming the first Black woman to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder’s (CU-Boulder) School of Nursing...

9 News

Meet the Dogs That Can Sniff Out Cancer

Readers Digest

Black coffee can be good for your heart, studies show

"The association between caffeine and heart failure risk reduction was surprising," said senior author Dr. David Kao, medical director of the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine at the...

CNN

Think forecasting COVID in Colorado was tough in 2020? It will be tougher in 2021, experts say

Infectious disease epidemiologists are "trying to change their shoes while riding a bicycle in the middle of a hurricane," said Dr. Elizabeth Carlton, assistant professor at the Colorado School of...

Colorado Politics

New ‘Place-based’ Bachelor’s Program Aims To Invest Big In Colorado’s Early Childhood Workforce

“The position of higher ed has been, ‘Here’s our nice bachelor’s degree, come and get it,’” said Rebecca Kantor, dean of the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Education and Human...

CPR

Why COVID-19 won’t kill cities

But in a pandemic, density is the last thing you want, which is why many people have moved from the urban core and office buildings sit empty. This won’t last forever. Soon, I believe, new...

The Conversation

The Vaccinated Class

“As people are excited to become vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2, they may be overestimating what that protection means,” said Jennifer Reich, a professor at the University of Colorado-Denver who...

The New York Times

Mark Kennedy: Higher education can counter what drives some to political violence

The way forward is embracing E Pluribus Unum as our standard, replacing humiliation with dignity, avoiding demonizing those different from us as we debate issues and develop solutions, and...

The Denver Post

How many Coloradans need to get vaccinated to reach coronavirus herd immunity? It’s complicated

“There is not a magical number,” said Dr. Lisa Miller, an epidemiologist and a professor at the Colorado School of Public Health. Miller, with more than 20 years working in public health, knows...

The Colo Sun

UCCS helping educators manage COVID-19 stress with mental health town hall

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs helping them rebound by partnering with the National Institute of Human Resilience to offer a virtual town hall featuring a mental health workshop....

KOAA

New COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial opens in Colorado

The trial, at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and UCHealth on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, is the third COVID-19 vaccine trial underway at UCHealth locations…. UCHealth and CU...

9 News

Colorado universities hope COVID-19 lessons learned in fall prepare them for spring semester

“We are asking everyone to remain in their home communities and delay travel to Boulder until we return to in-person learning,” said CU Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano during a December virtual...

The Denver Post

UCCS expected to see an increase in enrollment next fall

"That has a lot to do with being on the Common App for the first time which you usually get a bump for being on there for the first time. We've also done a very good job over the past three years...

KOAA

GUEST COLUMN: Colorado uniquely positioned to serve Space Command's mission

The University of Colorado has a longstanding commitment to providing nation-leading discovery and support in space to industry and government partners. Our four campuses position CU and the state...

The Gazette

GUEST COLUMN: UCCS supports space industry

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