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CU Boulder’s class of 2020 graduates into ‘new world’

In an historic ceremony that took place Saturday through an online livestream, University of Colorado Boulder graduates took their first steps into a future made increasingly unpredictable by the...

Daily Camera

Colorado doctors now have plenty of experience battling coronavirus — and they’re getting better at it

“I feel like we understand the disease better than we did in the beginning,” said Dr. Marc Moss, who works in pulmonology and critical care at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital. “I think a...

The Colorado Sun

COLLAZO AND CROW: It’s clearer than ever — we need our parks and green spaces

It’s important to find a healthy balance between access to the outdoors and stopping the spread of the virus since parks and natural areas promote and ​improve​ physical and ​mental health. Access...

Sentinel

Colorado higher ed leaders seek additional federal support

This is the second letter sent by the state’s top higher education officials seeking specific funding and relief programs for colleges and universities. It was signed by 20 people, including...

Daily Camera

New collaboration between CU Denver, Colorado Investment Services Coalition aims to boost recruiting

Not even a pandemic could stop a new initiative by University of Colorado Denver and the Colorado Investment Services Coalition to recruit more talent into Denver’s investment services industry....

Denver Business Journal

UCCS gets $2.75 million grant to renovate cybersecurity building

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has received a $2.75 million federal grant to expand and renovate a building on North Nevada Avenue that's home to the National Cybersecurity Center...

The Gazette

Revealed: Billboard's 2020 Top Music Business Schools

At CU Denver’s College of Arts and Media, the new music cities course explores how local economies emerge and grow — and the role music plays in boosting economic growth. A music tourism class...

Billboard

University of Colorado celebrates 50 years of Earth Day

Over 100 faculty, staff and student leaders at The University of Colorado celebrated today Earth Day’s 50th anniversary with a virtual town hall. “It’s been a long, strange trip since 1970 and...

Daily Camera

COLUMN: Making UCCS work, remotely

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) is joined by thousands of schools, colleges and universities nationwide who have responded to the crisis with a quick shift to remote teaching...

The Gazette

Colorado Shakespeare Festival postponed until summer 2021 due to the coronavirus

Colorado Shakespeare Festival announced Friday via Twitter that due to the coronavirus it would no longer continue its 2020 summer season at the University of Colorado Boulder. Despite all spring...

Daily Camera

As Times and Students Change, Can Faculty Change, Too?

At issue is a gap between many professors’ own experience and that of their students. “You have professors, potentially, who make the assumption that your schooling is the same as my schooling,”...

Inside Higher Ed

University of Colorado may let medical students graduate early to join coronavirus fight

Leaders at the University of Colorado’s School of Medicine are considering allowing medical students near the end of their schooling to graduate early and volunteer to help in the fight against...

The Denver Post

Coronavirus in Colorado: Experts begin sharing stark predictions

Experts are predicting how the virus might continue to spread, as well as evaluating response tactics like social distancing. Dr. Jonathan Samet, the dean of the Colorado School of Public Health,...

The Gazette

Medical Students, Sidelined for Now, Find New Ways to Fight Coronavirus

At the University of Colorado School of Medicine, student organizers used a GroupMe texting app, Facebook and email to mobilize not only classmates but also area nursing, physical therapy and...

The New York Times

Colorado researchers are racing to find an antiviral drug that could save people with the new coronavirus

Almost a week after the new coronavirus shut down the University of Colorado medical campus and booted Jed Lampe from his lab, he got the call he had been waiting for Thursday afternoon. Lampe and...

The Colorado Sun

Widening pandemic shuts down climate expeditions

This summer the camp will stand empty for the first time since 2015. Project organizers made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 field season, citing growing alarm about the rapid spread of...

E&E News

NASA is working with university teams to develop tiny tech for space trips

NASA announced that it will collaborate with nine university teams to develop satellite technologies related to navigation, propulsion and the management of heat transfer in small machines. (Those...

Space

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