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Voyager Leaves The Solar System, A CU Boulder Scientist Looks Back

In 1977, NASA launched two space probes to explore deep space and expand our view of the solar system. 40 years later, Voyager 1 and 2 are still sending back images to the amazement of scientists...

KUNC

UCCS Initiative to develop law enforcement leaders, bring training closer to home

The new Public Safety Initiative at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is meant to train better law enforcement and firefighting leaders closer to home. The program, which launched in...

The Gazette

CU Boulder leading the charge in new type of drone tech

Now, researchers at University of Colorado Boulder are dispatching this technology in a way it hasn't been used before that could help find lost hikers. The difference between the CU team's work...

9 News

How UC-Berkeley has learned from Colorado

University of Colorado President Bruce Benson spoke Saturday about Berkeley's flattering imitation, before presenting an award at the Steamboat Institute's ninth annual Freedom Conference &...

The Gazette

How would a storm the size of Harvey impact Colorado?

David Mays is a Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Colorado Denver. He's pondered how Denver would be impacted by a storm like Harvey. "We are not as flat as Houston. We would not...

Fox 31

Lockheed Martin backs more CU aerospace research

The funding, which Lockheed plans to award next month, will go toward researching advancements in spacecraft power systems and power management, converting radio frequencies into direct current...

Denver Business Journal

UCCS starting mini-MBA course to boost career prospects in Colorado Springs

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is rolling out the community's first Mini-MBA, an executive education track of business basics to enhance career prospects for employees working at...

The Gazette

'First-day jitters': CU Boulder students head back to class

On Monday morning, it seemed all of the more than 6,000 freshmen — the most diverse freshman class in CU history — were out and about, blending in seamlessly with the total student population of...

Daily Camera

CU Denver a cappella group wins international competition

A local a cappella group is singing their way around the world. Earlier this month, Lark, the University of Colorado Denver’s a cappella group, won an international competition in Seoul. ...

KWGN Channel 2 News

CU Boulder's Center for Environmental Journalism celebrates its 20th anniversary

The University of Colorado's Center for Environmental Journalism has been around for a quarter of a century as of this month, and the celebration is bringing some prestigious journalists to campus...

Daily Camera

DBJ-CU Denver business confidence index launches; posts optimistic initial results

Business owners and top executives predict robust growth for the Denver area economy into the next quarter, according to the results of the new Business Confidence Index, a joint project of the...

Denver Business Journal

CU regents seek greater representation on presidential search committee

A few doors down from University of Colorado President Bruce Benson's Denver office, CU Regents on Wednesday discussed details of a search committee that one day will be tasked with finding the...

Daily Camera

NASA's MAVEN Spacecraft Making Another Deep-Dip Into Mars' Atmosphere

“Our results, in particular, have underscored the potential significance of atmospheric loss on planets around M-dwarf stars,” Bruce Jakosky, the MAVEN principal investigator, and a planetary...

Forbes

Your time to enjoy Denver’s experimental street park is coming to a close

An estimated 12,000 visitors have come to Square on 21st since it opened two months ago, browsing food vendors and tossing beanbags on the pavement of what is usually a city street. The...

Denverite

New UCCS chancellor stresses a future of collaboration

Old-fashioned teamwork will drive the Colorado Springs economy forward in coming years and ensure workforce sustainability, the new chancellor of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs...

The Gazette

Closing the Gap

Dr. Mark Deutchman wants to remind us. The family medicine doctor created the University of Colorado School of Medicine’s rural track in 2005 to train physicians for primary care practice in the...

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Two mayors and one CU vice chancellor do it the ‘Denver South’ way

What’s more, with education as a driver in attracting business and a skilled workforce to what is often called “Denver South,” the rebranded University of Colorado South Denver also has a seat at...

The Villager

Second Annual CU Celebration

The CU University system invited more than 100 incoming students and their families from the Western Slope, to a warm welcome for today's Second Annual CU Celebration. 127 students from the...

WesternSlopeNow.com

Denver nursing professor writes textbook to spur reflective practice

A University of Colorado College of Nursing professor has co-authored what she says is the first American textbook to focus on reflective practice for the medical profession. Sara Horton-Deutsch,...

Denver Business Journal

CU police honor officers, dispatchers who responded to machete-wielding man on campus

The CU Police Department held its annual awards ceremony last week, and many of the honorees were working Oct. 5, the day CU police Officer Clay Austin and Boulder police Officer Jason Connor shot...

Daily Camera

Digital animation: Fine art’s next frontier?

Take Bryan Leister, for example. Long before computers were considered standard equipment in schools, Leister earned his BFA in communication arts. ...

Modern in Denver

CU Boulder's campus dining makes national list for sustainable, well-sourced food

The University of Colorado's dining services landing on a national list of the most sustainable, well-sourced eateries is validation to Paul Houle that campus dining is not what it used to be. "...

Daily Camera

Denver couple's esteemed art collection to go up at Fine Arts Center

"We're liberating art," said Mower, who's also an adjunct distinguished professor of cardiology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. "People benefit from it. It's too nice of a...

The Gazette

National MS Society Key In Funding Research, Technology

Dr. Jeff Hebert P.T., PhD is a certified MS specialist at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He developed a series of exercises that he’s been studying in MS patients. “This comes out...

CBS 4

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