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Amid Staff Shortage In Colorado Hospitality And Leisure Industry, Local Economists Weigh In On Reasons Why, And How Long It Will Last

So, what’s the cause for the shortage? CU Denver Assistant Professor of Economics Chloe East says lack of childcare is likely one reason. “Limited childcare access is harmful for parents and...

CU football games will be at full capacity this season

Folsom Field, the CU Events Center, Prentup Field and the tennis complex on the South Campus will open fully for events starting with the new athletic year in August, CU Athletic Director Rick...

9 News

University of Colorado Boulder study tracks ebb and flow of a mountain meadow

University of Colorado Boulder assistant professor Julian Resasco has been using snowshoes since late May to trek up to the meadow near the Mountain Research Station north of Nederland. It’s a...

Daily Camera

'Grow Your Own' program addresses teacher diversity gap

Roughly 1,500 high school students across the country have completed the Pathways2Teaching program since its launch in 2010. Dr. Margarita Bianco, an Associate Professor at the University of...

9News

Decline in Colorado COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations expected to keep dropping through the summer

Dr. Jon Samet, dean of the Colorado School of Public Health, said it appears the state can expect new cases and hospitalizations to keep falling at least for a few months. The “faltering”...

The Denver Post

Colorado Springs' economy rebounds from COVID in booming fashion

Several factors are at work, said Tatiana Bailey, an economist and director of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Economic Forum. The area’s single-family housing market remains strong...

The Gazette

State lawmakers pass bill to prevent veteran suicide in Colorado

In a statement to KOAA News5, (Duane) France says, "Increasing access to behavioral health providers that understand the unique needs of service members, veterans, and their family members is...

KOAA

Hospitals, public health prepare for small COVID outbreaks

Glen Mays, the chair of the Department of Health Systems, Management and Policy, at the Colorado School of Public Health, said the number of people vaccinated suggests that widespread community...

BizWest

Colorado public colleges, universities can opt-out of SAT and ACT test requirements

At colleges that choose not to require the standardized tests, students could still submit scores if they choose. “We are trying to level the playing field by the passage of this bill by saying...

9News

Boulder County accelerator cohorts learn on the fly

New companies need a foundation of capital to build on, and the pandemic’s government-imposed shutdowns and other restrictions seems to have had little effect on the availability of investment,...

Daily Camera

For Japanese Americans imprisoned at Amache internment camp, lifetimes of silence and undeserved shame

Marcia Yonemoto’s uncle died fighting in France as his family was locked up in Amache. “I asked my mother, ‘How did you feel about that? I mean, here you are, your family is jailed in the United...

Denver Post

Guest Opinion: The power of community

Daily Camera

Herd immunity in Colorado possible by mid-August if high vaccination rates continue

Health experts with the Colorado School of Public Health wrote that in order to reach herd immunity, 80% of the state’s population 65 and under must get the vaccine. Currently, researchers project...

The Denver Gazette

GUEST COLUMN: Benson Center continues diversity of thought

The Bruce D. Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization at the University of Colorado Boulder quietly named next year’s visiting scholar and its first sabbatical scholar recently. The...

The Gazette

Donors endow Teri Leiker CU Boulder marching band scholarship

University of Colorado Boulder Golden Buffalo Marching Band students will benefit for years to come through an endowed scholarship created to honor Teri Leiker, an avid Buffs fan and band...

Daily Camera

University of Colorado Boulder spring enrollment spared national drop

The University of Colorado Boulder did not see an abnormal flux in enrollment between the fall and spring semesters, nor did the campus see a significant drop in enrollment compared to last spring...

Daily Camera

Mother and daughter nurses celebrate Mother’s Day and graduations

“She took some classes in health care and things like that, and just absolutely fell in love with the science aspect of it. So she decided to go into nursing,” Julia said. It’s been a long road...

KDVR

As economy bounces back, Colorado Springs employers struggle to hire

Tatiana Bailey, director of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Economic Forum, said a big part of the shortage is due to women who left the labor pool during the pandemic and...

The Gazette

Frank and Kennedy: Why we are requiring COVID vaccines at CU and CSU

Both our universities recognize that an online learning experience is the right choice for many people, and there are many college students who prefer an online option. But an on-campus experience...

The Denver Post

German Gymnasts Cover Their Legs In Stand Against Sexualization

But at the European Gymnastics Championships held in Switzerland last week, three female German gymnasts wore unitards. That's like a leotard but with legs. And it wasn't just a fashion statement...

NPR

CU Boulder researchers create custom antibiotic platform

A new platform designed by University of Colorado Boulder researchers can create bacteria-specific antibiotics in five days, offering a solution to the growing problem of drug-resistant bacteria...

Daily Camera

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