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Guest Commentary: Keep college affordable by doubling Pell Grants

At the University of Colorado, we work hard to offer an affordable, accessible education. We know cost matters. We kept tuition at the same rate for three consecutive years. The out-of-pocket cost...

The Denver Post

Full-capacity shows and dog auditions: Colorado Shakespeare Festival announces 2022 season

Colorado Shakespeare Festival (CSF) has announced its plans for 2022 and the upcoming season promises five plays — running from June 5 to Aug. 7 — that will be performed in front of full audiences...

Daily Camera

“Look into their eyes”: new CU School of Medicine portrait exhibit presents real people behind the letters LGBTQ+

Carey Candrian, an associate professor at the CU School of Medicine, is the mind behind the portrait series. She studies how communication shapes — and is shaped by — perception, attitudes and...

CPR

Joyce Lebra, first female University of Colorado Boulder history professor, dies at 95

Joyce Lebra, feminist trailblazer, renowned scholar and the University of Colorado Boulder’s first female history professor, died Oct. 10 in Boulder. She was 95…. Born in Minnesota and raised in...

Daily Camera

Boulder Economic Summit: Colorado recovery strong, but headwinds persist

Despite the rapid economic turnaround, headwinds such as new virus variants, supply-chain snags, labor issues and inflation threaten to roll back progress, according to University of Colorado...

Daily Camera

Scream Therapy: The Mental Health Benefits of Horror Movies

“In the 30s, there was a lot of anxiety about what people consumed and whether it transformed them — especially children,” said Andrew Scahill, PhD, an assistant professor in the English...

Healthline

CU scientists will build a space probe for the United Arab Emirates that could explore the origins of the universe

The new mission, if successful, will be an impressive feat of unmanned space travel. Engineers will have to wait until 2028, when Earth and Venus align. Once that happens, they’ll take advantage...

Colorado Public Radio

Annual forum provides economic insights for Colorado Springs businesses, government leaders

Up-to-date economic data and insights from reliable sources never go out of style — and might be more important today than ever before. For those seeking information, the 25th annual University of...

The Gazette

5 recent developments that give doctors hope in the fight against COVID

The battle against COVID-19 is far from over, but Colorado doctors said there are five recent developments that make them hopeful. “We have a bunch of new stuff coming in the pipeline,” said Dr....

KDVR

Nursing Students In Colorado Maintain Some Optimism: ‘Here To Take Care Of You’

“I think people are still going into nursing for all the right reasons,” said Dr. Tammy Spencer, assistant dean of the undergraduate program at the CU College of Nursing and a veteran nurse who...

CBS 4

Six Scholars Honored For Writing Best SCOTUS Brief Of The Year

Six scholars were awarded the Education Law Association’s (ELA) Steinhilber Award last month for writing the best legal brief of the year. Their amicus brief was presented to the U. S. Supreme...

Forbes

National economic concerns strain Colorado business confidence heading into fourth quarter

The quarterly report marks Colorado business leaders’ expectations for the state and national economies, industry sales, industry profits, hiring and business spending. More than 260 business...

Daily Camera

University of Colorado leaders discuss college affordability in Fort Morgan

A delegation from the University of Colorado traveled to Fort Morgan on Monday and met with community leaders to discuss how CU can continue to make a four-year degree affordable and accessible...

Fort Morgan Times

High COVID Plateau In Colorado Somewhat Dependent On Vaccines For Children

 “There’s about 900 people in the hospital with COVID-19,” said Dr. Elizabeth Carlton. “Today it’s 884.” … Carlton is an associate professor of environmental and occupational health at the...

CBS4

CU Anschutz expanding successful mental health program to teachers

After starting a successful program for health care workers to address the mental challengers brought on by the pandemic, CU Anschutz is expanding it to educators.

9News

CU Boulder enrollment climbs to pre-pandemic levels

The Daily Camera

Anschutz Foundation donation to CU Boulder bolsters work in national security space

The Anschutz Foundation, the philanthropic organization tied to the family of billionaire Phil Anschutz, donated $2 million to the University of Colorado Boulder to support aerospace research...

Denver Business Journal

Colorado Could Gain Twice As Many Jobs This Year, Pre-Pandemic Levels Likely Won’t Return Until 2022

“We look at the data and have them comment on what went right and what went wrong compared to the forecasts that we released back in December, and then we do numerical update and a report around...

CBS Denver

A new Colorado law granting Native Americans in-state college tuition is already attracting students

CU Regent Lesley Smith said she met with Native American students a couple of years ago to talk about what the college could do to enroll more Indigenous students and two things resulted: the...

The Colorado Sun

Colorado’s Harvest Farm Battles Addiction and Homelessness in Unexpected Ways

“We think at least one percent of Coloradans could have opioid use disorder; it could be two percent,” says Dr. Robert Valuck, director of the Center for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention...

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Tuesday event aims to educate public on preventing overdoses and saving lives

This is part of a months-long project by Marty Otañez, chair and associate professor of the anthropology department at the University of Colorado — Denver, and four students. … “Our goal is to...

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