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University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to hold three-day Grain School in January

It arose from a campus food initiative called Sustainability, Wellness and Learning (SWELL), which works to promote wellness through hands-on learning and skill building in sustainability...

The Gazette

The unintended consequences of forcing schools to share the same building

In this post, academics Kathy Schultz, Wagma Mommandi and Melia Repko-Erwin of the University of Colorado at Boulder look at those unintended consequences, which affect teachers, students and...

The Washington Post

A condition called aphasia makes language difficult. This CU therapy group seeks to change the narrative — through “applied theater.”

Each fall and spring, the group participates in a joint activity, and this semester — for the first time — faculty members Holly Kleiber and Christina Riseman, from the CU Speech, Language and...

The Colorado Sun

Colorado Secretary of State’s office, CU partner to help business owners find, use public data

The Colorado Secretary of State’s office partnered with the University of Colorado to teach a free, online course intended to help business-minded folks access and use public data to improve work...

The Denver Post

CU Boulder strives for greater sustainability

University of Colorado Boulder is already one of the most sustainable and environmentally friendly campuses in the nation, but leaders are still pushing to make it better. “Being sustainable isn’t...

Daily Camera

Simple gesture goes a long way, UCCS students make gift bags for seniors

A freshman class at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs pieced together dozens of gift bags for seniors in the community. The freshman seminar course titled "Finding Your Way: Healthcare"...


CU system signals support for DACA

University of Colorado system leaders this month signaled support for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, cosigning a U.S. Supreme Court brief to defend young people who immigrated...

Daily Camera

TEDxBoulder bringing artists, authors to CU Boulder’s Macky Auditorium

A diverse lineup of speakers — authors, teachers, psychologists, artists — will take the stage at Macky Auditorium Oct. 19 for the 12th TEDxBoulder event.

Daily Camera

'Redshirting' your kindergartner: Is it the right choice in the long run?

“No matter when you set it, you’re always going to have a classroom of kids who have at least 12 months of developmental difference,” says Kristie Kauerz, who directs the National P-3 Center at...

The Washington Post

University of Colorado sets system wide record with $1.2 billion in research funding

Over the past year, the four campuses comprising the University of Colorado received $1.2 billion in sponsored research funding, a record 15% higher than the previous year, and the fourth...

Daily Camera

Federal Reserve economist headlines Colorado Springs forum

Alison Felix — vice president, economist and lead executive for the Denver branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City — will headline the 23rd University of Colorado at Colorado Springs...

The Gazette

As Colorado invests more in preschool, study shows benefits of full-day classes

“From a research perspective what is so exciting here is it’s the first experimental evidence on full vs. half-day pre-K,” said Allison Atteberry, a University of Colorado Boulder researcher who...

Colorado Politics (Chalkbeat Colorado)

New cancer research leads to innovative treatment for 4-year-old's tumor

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus researchers can now take a patient's tumor cells, load 140 FDA-approved drugs into a machine and run hundreds of different drug combinations to see...

9 News

CU Anschutz Medical Campus rolls out first national marketing campaign

As the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus positions itself as a world-class research facility, the “Mayo Clinic of the West,” the world is about to find that out. Researchers on the...

The Gazette

Q&A with Mark Kennedy | Leading CU toward the 'fourth industrial revolution'

Higher ed just wouldn't be higher ed without a good dust-up over a new university president. So, maybe it was inevitable that the anticipated retirement this year of longtime University of...

Colorado Politics

Rural track residency program continuing in Fort Morgan

In 2018, Salud launched the Salud Rural Track Residency Program, in partnership with the University of Colorado, School of Medicine. This residency program is taking place in Salud’s Fort Morgan...

The Fort Morgan Times

CU Boulder fall enrollment one of most diverse in university’s history

The incoming class of first-year students at the University of Colorado Boulder will mark one of the college’s most diverse incoming classes in its history. Preliminary fall enrollment data for...

Daily Camera

Report says 30 percent of people 65 and older chose not to get a flu shot last year

Megan Champion, a nurse practitioner at the CU College of Nursing Sheridan Health Clinic, joined us to talk about why so many seniors don't get the flu shot, and why it's important to do so.

9 News (Video)

CU Boulder professor wins prestigious award to pursue book on Sacagawea, indigenous women

Elizabeth Fenn, a distinguished professor of history at CU, is one of 15 individuals in the country to receive a 2019 National Endowment for the Humanities’ Public Scholar Award. The accolade...

Longmont Times-Call

Woman organizes benefit concert for CU Physical Therapy Program scholarships

A woman who says physical therapy changed her life is raising money to help others receive the best care. Colleen Rapp was injured on the job four years ago when she slipped and hurt her back....


Clyde’s Cupboard expands to help more students at UCCS

September is Hunger Action Month, and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is making sure its students have more access to healthy foods. Clyde’s Cupboard is an on-campus food pantry. It...


CU Denver to host debate on socialism

Yaron Brook, chairman of the Board for the Ayn Rand Institute and author of “Free Market Revolution: How Ayn Rand’s Ideas Can End Big Government,” will debate Bhaskar Sunkara, the founding editor...

Colorado Politics

CU Boulder researcher from Netherlands skips planes, and resulting greenhouse gases, in move to U.S.

After getting his Ph.D. at ETH Zurich in Switzerland, Joep van Dijk, via a Swiss grant, got a job as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Alpine and Arctic Research at the University of...

Daily Camera