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Rep. Brianna Titone speaks at transgender conference a the University of Colorado Boulder

She spoke to about 100 people at the TRANSforming Gender Conference at the University of Colorado on Saturday and shared how she knocked on the storm door of a house, and the woman who answered...

Daily Camera

CU Denver looks to capitalize on its place in the city with revamped engineering college

After creating an engineering school in Singapore from the ground up, Martin Dunn is working to breathe new life into the University of Colorado Denver’s engineering college with a revamped...

The Denver Post

A Unique Bio-Factory is Making Living Cells at the University of Colorado

"The Gates Biomanufacturing Facility really came about from a vision from Charlie Gates," Director Ryan Crisman says. The late patriarch of the Gates Corp. family "really saw that regenerative...

BizWest

Sleeping in on weekends causes weight gain risks, research shows

Our findings suggest that the common behavior of burning the candle during the week and trying to make up for it on the weekend is not an effective health strategy,” said senior author Kenneth...

Fox News

Combating ageism in Colorado, initiative promotes older workers as way to address state’s tight labor market

The effects of the state’s aging population and a shortage of workers come up in the 2019 “Colorado Business Economic Outlook” by the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado in...

The Denver Post

Ent Center director works to raise profile of 'very robust' arts scene in Colorado Springs

Aisha Ahmad-Post had a clear and ambitious goal: to become the principal bassist for the New York Philharmonic. But years of practice toward that goal took a toll on her body. And when an injury...

The Gazette

CU researchers: Weatherize your home if you want to literally breathe easier

Your drafty house may be bad for your health, according to a new University of Colorado study that suggests weatherizing homes is more than just a matter of saving money and the environment. The...

Denverite

Leading Change with the Trustee Trifecta - Strategy, Change Theory, and Accountability

In this episode, Dr. Scott Bauer, professor and associate dean for advanced education and doctoral programs in the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver,...

The Trustee Table Podcast

New city road to connect UCCS main and growing west campuses

When the fall semester starts in August, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' main campus on Austin Bluffs Parkway will connect to the expanding west campus along North Nevada Avenue...

The Gazette

These Denver skyscraper projects stand to leave their mark on the Mile High City

There is perhaps no one outside of the city’s planning office who has kept a closer eye on the Denver skyline over the last 15 years than Ken Schroeppel. The University of Colorado Denver urban...

The Denver Post

After strong start, Colorado Springs holiday sales finish weak

"There is a bit of letdown here after the big increase in November," said Tatiana Bailey, director of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Economic Forum. "I'm not terribly surprised...

The Gazette

CU Boulder professor finds flaws in data supporting rules on female athletes

A paper from Roger Pielke Jr., director of the Sports Governance Center at CU, published Friday found significant errors in the data that the (International Association of Athletics Federations)...

Daily Camera

WATCH: The Denver Post’s Understanding Alzheimer’s panel conversation

The Denver Post’s Jessica Seaman moderated a panel with some of Colorado’s leading experts on Alzheimer’s disease on Thursday night at The Denver Post building in downtown Denver. Panelist...

The Denver Post

Elementary school student's recently published book inspired by award-winning Colorado Springs teacher

Alex was encouraged to compile his thoughts into a book by his grandma, Karen Halverson, director of teacher education, licensure programs and field placement in the College of Education at the...

The Gazette

Colorado has the highest per-capita rate of skin cancer, thanks to sunshine and high elevation

“A good reason that Colorado does pretty well is that it’s a pretty healthy place,” said Dr. Myles Cockburn, co-leader of the University of Colorado Cancer Center’s Cancer Prevention and Control...

The Colorado Sun

Alzheimer’s disease creeps from one generation to the next in this Colorado family

Whether a couple get the disease at the same time or one after another is “the luck of the draw,” says Dr. Jonathan Woodcock, clinical director of the Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center at...

The Denver Post

How Anger and Loneliness Affect Your Physical Health

The way we view our bodies can also impact the way we experience anger. “Body image is such a central way that girls are evaluated in our society that we constantly compare ourselves to idealized...

Allure Magazine

Concern over shutdown mounting at CU Boulder, where majority of research funding comes from federal government

"We find out every week about more places that are impacted, and we're looking at how to figure out how to have stop-gaps in place to address that," said Terri Fiez, CU's vice chancellor for...

Daily Camera

$4 billion CU campaign not enough for President Bruce Benson

"No, I’m never satisfied," Benson told DBJ just hours after the official Thursday announcement. "You always have to keep reaching further and further and further … I want the school to be the...

Denver Business Journal

University of Colorado launches interactive state map of outreach efforts

The map details where CU-affiliated programs and health care providers work around the state, and users can filter it by county, topic, Congressional district, and state house and senate districts...

Daily Camera

CU Boulder ranks among top LGBTQ-friendly schools

"I'm delighted that CU Boulder has been recognized this year by College Consensus as one of the top 25 LGBTQ-inclusive universities in the nation," Scarlet Bowen, director of education at the CU...

Denver Business Journal

‘It’s Not Too Late’: Free Flu Shots Given Out At Stock Show

Students from the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy helped give free flu shots at the National Western Stock Show Saturday. The shots came just as the number of diagnosed cases of...

CBS 4 Denver

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