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Ken Schroeppel Wants the City to Put Pedestrians Over Parking Lots

The founder of Denver Infill has made it his mission to thoroughly document Denver’s development, for better or worse. But there’s one change he believes can’t happen soon enough: the eradication...

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OPINION -- Bobby Braun: Why engineering matters to Colorado

Engineering is critical to Colorado's economy, our nation's security, and all of our quality of life — that's why I started an annual CU Engineering State Tour. Last year, my wife Karen and I...

Greeley Tribune

JCPenney and UCCS partner to help students dress for success

JCPenney is partnering up with the University of Colorado Colorado Springs for an event to help supply students with the attire needed to dress for success as they head into the workforce. The “...

KOAA

UCCS opens new downtown campus to better connect students with the community

That downtown building with half a Porsche hanging from its south wall now has a mountain lion crouching on its east side, too. The new artwork chasing the old signifies the arrival of the first...

The Gazette

CU Offers ‘Farm To Table’ At Its Freshest

At a dining hall at the University of Colorado Boulder, students can eat salad greens fresh from a garden just 20 feet away. The lettuce is grown in a high-tech greenhouse attached to the Village...

CBS4

CU to grant engineering, computer science degrees at Western State in Gunnison

University of Colorado officials announced on Thursday a partnership with Western State Colorado University that will allow students in Gunnison to earn CU degrees in mechanical engineering and...

Daily Camera

More bite for backyard breeder code

The council also approved a memorandum of agreement with the Department of Local Affairs for the design of an urban park and commemorative plaque recognizing donors to the Sterling Community Fund...

Journal-Advocate

Why Teens Should Be Heart Healthy, Too

"In the analyses that have been done, genetics probably plays a role that is relatively minor compared to lifestyle," says Dr. Stephen Daniels, chair of the department of pediatrics at the...

U.S. News and World Report

Women Finding Fresh Paths to Leadership in the Outdoor Industry

There’s plenty of progress to be made, but females seem to be paving the way one leader at a time. “Women entrepreneurs on surveys voice greater satisfaction and more optimism about their work...

Colorado Biz

Denver's got the beat, now it needs the branding to become a global music destination

The proposed Denver Music Strategy, a collaboration by the University of Colorado Denver College of Arts & Media and Denver Arts & Venues, sees a future in which Denver, Red Rocks and the...

Denver Business Journal

CU Boulder researchers discover potential health benefit in E. coli

But researchers at the University of Colorado in Boulder have uncovered a potential health benefit of E. coli: The bacteria produces a compound that can potentially boost iron in cells, according...

The Denver Post

This device could help clean the world's waterways -- and it's made by students at CU Denver

“The beautiful part here is it’s all mechanical,” said CU Denver student Rida Ezznagui, demonstrating the device. “It works by the flow of the water that moves this wheel.” The device collects...

9News

About 3,400 CU freshmen move into dorms Sunday, more to come

Move-in started Saturday with about 1,000 students, mainly resident assistants and international students. Freshmen — an estimated 3,400 of them — filled residence halls on Sunday. Another 2,300...

Daily Camera

Back to School: UCCS welcomes more than 1,100 incoming freshmen

Students, parents and faculty members filled the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs campus Tuesday as incoming freshmen started to move into the residence halls. Chancellor Venkat Reddy...

KKTV

40 Years in the Making: The Magic Music Movie

Lee Aronsohn who is known for his writing and producing work on 'The Big Bang Theory,' 'Two and a Half Men' and 'Murphy Brown' is in town because he has directed a wonderful film called '40 Years...

KDVR

CU Denver’s new Wellness Center creates student sanctuary in downtown campus expansion

The high-profile emergence of a $42 million complex dedicated to the physical and emotional well-being of students at the University of Colorado Denver marks a turning point in the evolution of...

The Denver Post

Where to expect campus construction at CU Boulder this year

Construction is ongoing for a slate of big-ticket projects, and design work is ongoing for another slate of planned projects. Some of the ongoing and planned projects address CU's deferred...

Daily Camera

Collaborating to Care for Veterans

That collaboration is a hallmark of CU Anschutz's numerous medical and academic offerings geared toward caring for veterans. The Heroes Clinic, where bouquets of American flags pop against an...

U.S. News and World Report

WATCH: CU President Benson on his plans to step down

University of Colorado President Bruce Benson this week announced that he will retire in July 2019 after serving as president for the past decade. Benson sat down with Kyle Clark and discussed...

9News

CU Boulder instructor introduces parking lot plots for bees: 'The bees can't wait'

More than 20 native plants have replaced shrubs and line two sides of the parking lot next to the intersection of Canyon Boulevard and 14th Street, near the Boulder County Farmers Market. At the...

Daily Camera

Briefcase: CU program trains managers on building 'A-Teams'

About 65 attended CU South Denver's latest EduTalk installment, "Do You Have an A-Team?" Hosted by University of Colorado South Denver Vice Chancellor Luella Chavez D'Angelo, the talk focused on...

Denver Business Journal

UCCS Aging Center receives grant to expand mental health care

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs’ Aging Center plans to vastly expand its mental health services for seniors after receiving a half-million dollar grant from a Denver-based nonprofit....

The Gazette

Former Trauma Victim Now Heads Foundation to End Child Abuse

According to a new survey commissioned by Research!America, a majority of Americans view child abuse and neglect as a serious public health problem. Now, two Coloradans have created a foundation...

CBS4

CU researchers launch “cyberbullying detector” program for social media

Unofficially designated the “cyberbullying detector,” CU’s CyberSafety Research Center presented the computer program and app in recently published research. The program, which is both a desktop...

The Denver Post

Medical students from CU, CSU get a taste of rural life

During the week of June 4-8, 17 students from the University of Colorado and Colorado State University toured Delta County as part of the University of Colorado's Interdisciplinary Rural Immersion...

Delta County Independent

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