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CU Board of Regents Approve Planning for Baseball and Track Facilities

Plans call for construction of an indoor track and field facility and a baseball stadium. The 2012 UCCS Facilities Master Plan designated the area near North Nevada Avenue as an area for sports...


Matt Vogl takes new approach to mental health

Matt Vogl became the executive director of the National Behavioral Health Innovation Center at the University of Colorado (CU) Anschutz Medical Campus last February. Today, he’s addressing mental...

Denver Business Journal

Colorado-built spacecraft headed on asteroid mission

“People are very excited at actually getting a sample of such a primitive asteroid,” Dan Scheeres said, a professor at CU Boulder, who also heads up the Radio Science Working Group for OSIRIS-REx...

9 News

Matt Vogl takes new approach to mental health

With a $10 million grant from Denver financier Phil Anschutz propping up his new startup, Matt Vogl of CU Anschutz says he needs "to figure out a way to bring new ideas and new solutions to...

Denver Business Journal

Donald Gilden, neurologist and chair at University of Colorado School of Medicine, dies at 78

Donald Harvey Gilden, former chairman of the CU School of Medicine Department of Neurology, died in Denver on Monday of cancer. He was 78. “Don was a wonderful mentor,” said...

Denver Post

CU Boulder researchers land nearly $500,000 in American Cancer Society grants

Three researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have received multiyear grants from the American Cancer Society. Joanna Arch received a two-year grant of $144,000; and Glen Bjerke and Josh...


Cybersecurity Center in Colorado Springs to hire CEO and host national conference in November

The National Cybersecurity Center in Colorado Springs plans to hire a CEO next month and will host officials from across the country at a three-day conference in November at The Broadmoor.

Colorado Springs Gazette

Sand + iron = art

This exhibition focuses on the varied creative processes and art making that reflects iron casting and performance in contemporary art practice.

The Villager

Smart digital textbook project at CU Boulder may help students learn better

The words that students highlight in their textbook may soon be used to create customized quizzes and reviews that will help them grasp concepts better. That's because of a new, four-year joint...

Denver Business Journal

Donated mountain lion sculpture at UCCS a tribute of courage

It took Nunn Construction more than two hours over spring break to gently remove the large sculpture from the entrance of the student center, hoist it onto a flatbed and truck it to the front of...

The Gazette

Peyton Manning to host “Men for the Cure” fundraiser in Aurora

Manning will deliver the speech at the University of Colorado Hospital Foundation’s 16th annual “Men for the Cure” event on Sept. 15 at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum in Aurora....

The Denver Post

Colorado Springs' top female leaders share insights

Five women joined The Gazette's discussion last week. Lathen and Tiefenthaler were joined by Kathy Boe, founder and chief executive officer of defense contractor Boecore; Margaret Sabin, president...

The Gazette

Aurora researchers doing their part in the fight against Zika

David Beckham, an associate professor of medicine in the school’s Division of Infectious Diseases, has been studying mosquito-borne illness, in particular the West Nile virus, for more than a...

Aurora Sentinel

CU Boulder researcher: Solar forecast averted war with Soviets in 1967

A University of Colorado space physicist reports in a new paper that the United States was possibly mere "hours" away from initiating hostilities against the Soviet Union on May 23, 1967, when...

Daily Camera

'Motley-Minded Maggot-Pie': Shakespearean Insults As First Folio Comes To Colorado

The First Folio arrives just as the Colorado Shakespeare Festival wraps its summer season. Festival director Timothy Orr says many of the actors plan to see it. "It’s simply amazing to think that...

Colorado Public Radio

CU Boulder recovery center helps students fight “screen addiction”

Jeffery, whose struggles led him to drop out of college in Canada, has found community at CU through the Collegiate Recovery Center, which supports students recovering from addiction, including...

The Colorado Independent

How an obscure statewide race could change the way Colorado’s top university system does business

The balance of power on the board of Colorado’s flagship university could tip in this year’s election and the race comes at a time when college campuses have become high-profile battlegrounds over...

The Colorado Independent

#9Neighborhoods: The transformation of “Original Aurora”

On the ground where the Fitzsimons Army Hospital stood, one of the nation’s foremost medical facilities now delivers world-class health care and innovation. The CU Anschutz Medical Campus is...


Girls-only program launches summer camps at CU Boulder's Leeds School of Business

Boulder's Cool Girls Science and Art after school program is hosting two summer camps at the University of Colorado's Leeds School of Business in late July and early August. The camps are business...

Daily Camera

Denver’s Appeal to Millennials? Jobs, Mountains and, Yes, Weed

One new idea, of course, was Colorado’s legalization of marijuana sales in 2014. How much impact does that have on the city’s coolness factor among millennials? “Some have speculated that it...

The New York Times

Foundation's $1M donations will expand arts programs at Pikes Peak Community College, UCCS

The $1 million to the Galleries of Contemporary Art at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is the largest donation for that program since 1981, when a $400,000 gift enabled the gallery...

The Gazette

Republicans hear from CU Regent candidates

Heidi Ganahl and Sue Sharkey were guest speakers at the Logan County Lunch the Republican Way Thursday. Both Republicans, Ganahl and Sharkey are seeking election to the University of Colorado...

South Platte Sentinel

Dalai Lama regales Coloradans, urges compassion, “global sensibility”

Tibet’s Dalai Lama built his case for a happier, friendlier world in sold-out appearances Thursday at the University of Colorado, urging deeper self-study and compassion as remedies to...

The Denver Post

UCCS program to highlight need and techniques for good sleep

According to Michele Okun, health researcher at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, a single night of shortened or poor-quality slumber can compromise an individual's mood and...

The Gazette