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CU Denver will grant early admission to Denver high schoolers with good grades

Juniors at Denver's DSST Public Schools now have an even bigger incentive to get good grades — it could mean they'll already have a place in college set from the start. The University of Colorado...

Denver Business Journal

Navigating technology transfer issues

Another advantage for postdocs is that since they are just starting out, they risk less by choosing to realize their dreams. “They are at a point in their career where they can easily transition...

Science

Progress in the fight against Alzheimer's

CU’s First Lady Marcy Benson, whose mother battled Alzheimer’s: “I guess what I want people to understand is that it’s not just the children of people with Alzheimer’s that have a chance of...

9 News

CU law course includes rafting trip

University of Colorado Boulder law students will be getting out of the classroom and onto a raft this summer to learn about Colorado river laws. ...

9 News

CU Boulder-led study envisions sub-2-hour marathon

A team of researchers led by the University of Colorado has developed a set of mathematical calculations showing how a top male marathoner could likely break the two-hour mark and trim up to 4 ½...

Daily Camera

From Austin To Memphis: What It Takes To Build A Music-Tech City

Many governments are encouraging ties between the music industry and educational institutions, including Nashville's major label-sponsored program Music Makes Us and COMS'...

Forbes

Campaign underway to raise $1.5M to name theater for former UCCS chancellor

A $1.5 million fundraising campaign to name a theater in honor of former University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak kicked off this week. University of Colorado-...

The Gazette

CU class combines comedy and climate change

A class at CU Boulder is combining two unlikely topics – comedy and climate change. The two topics are combined as part of ‘Comedy for Climate Change’ – a video competition and project which...

9 News

CU Boulder's Ellison Onizuka remembered aboard space station

More than 31 years after University of Colorado graduate Lt. Col. Ellison Onizuka lost his life on the space shuttle Challenger, his spirit is being remembered aboard the International Space...

Daily Camera

Cosmetic surgery is booming in Colorado

There also is the growing number of plastic surgeons. There are entrepreneurial doctors using technology like social media to find patients. And the University of Colorado School of Medicine has...

Denver Business Journal

Shakespeare troupe combats bullying in Glenwood stops

“There’s something about that richness and that complicated aspect of a Shakespearean play that works really well with this frame of violence prevention,” said Amanda Giguere, CSF’s director of...

Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Satellite health clinic serves CU Boulder students living in Williams Village

When Emma Bradley woke up with body aches one day last week, she spent most of the day resting in her dorm room in Williams Village.

Daily Camera

End of an era: One-on-one with retiring UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak

It's the end of an era at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Doctor Pam Shockley-Zalabak is retiring as chancellor on February 15th, after more than 40 years on campus.

KOAA

UCHealth celebrates 25 years of lung transplant success

Bella Wong couldn't walk a few years ago, close to death after being bedridden for five years with an incurable lung disease.

Fox31

CU Boulder's inclusive recreation program aims to welcome all students to fitness center

As part of a new inclusive recreation initiative, the recently renovated center is offering specialized events and programming to better serve students with mobility impairments, visual...

Daily Camera

Morning Edition Talk

Sarah Fields, who studies sports injury at the University of Colorado Denver, discusses changes in youth football to prevent head injuries.
NPR Morning Edition

CU Boulder plans $22M expansion of Koelbel Building

The University of Colorado is planning a $22 million, donor-funded construction project to expand and renovate the Koelbel Building, home of the Leeds School of Business. The project, if approved...

CU Medical & Dental Students Trade Lab Coats For Aprons In Kitchen Classroom

Medical and dental students in Colorado are getting a shot at cooking in a course that gets them out of the classroom and into the kitchen. Why trade their lab coats for aprons? They’re getting a...

CBS4

CU Boulder mulls food pantry, other options to address students' food insecurity

Emilie Adamovic, a CU senior majoring in environmental studies, is researching the prevalence of food insecurity among students on the Boulder campus as part of her undergraduate honors thesis....

Daily Camera

Exhibit encourages library patrons to 'Discover Health'

Heart, food, dental health — it's all covered in a new traveling exhibit on display now at Sterling Public Library. Discover Health/Descubre la Salud, a bilingual informational education program...

Sterling Journal-Advocate

Rural Colorado's Opioid Connections Might Hold Clues To Better Treatment

Dr. Jack Westfall, a family physician and researcher at the University of Colorado and with the High Plains Research Network, works with a network of rural clinics and hospitals in the state.

National Public Radio

UCCS now a haven for vets

Troops and veterans can get personalized help and a free cup of coffee at the new McCord-Herbst Student Veterans Center at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The center, open since...

The Gazette

High debt can kill you, CU Denver study finds

The study, " Killer Debt: The Impact of Debt on Mortality" found that there was a negative statistical correlation between delinquent debt and health, as measured by mortality. It also found that...

Denver Business Journal

CU Boulder researchers help develop self-healing material that could lead to 'soft' robots

Today, we think of robots as rigid, clunky and metallic. But imagine a day in the future when robots are soft and human-like, with skin-like material covering muscles that move just like ours...

Daily Camera

In this age of tweets and emojis, a love of language persists

Kids just don't seem to care about the rules of writing anymore. Their schoolwork has gotten lazy, muddy and mediocre - or so lamented one Sumerian pedagogue (teacher, educator, scholar) some 4,...

The Gazette

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