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Now recording: CU Boulder students, groups produce podcasts

The University of Colorado graduate earned his Ph.D. in physics in August after an undergraduate education in Colombia. In October, Hernandez Charpak launched a podcast called LatinoLabs, with...

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Want to get fit in the new year? Focus on becoming more ‘metabolically flexible,' CU professor says

“If you’re not metabolically flexible you’ll have a hard time burning fats or sugars and that can set you up for disease,” said Inigo San Millan, an assistant professor at CU Boulder and the...

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UCCS criminal justice students prepare for life-and-death decisions

The increasing danger police officers face on the job in recent years has been enough to send even veterans into early retirement, but criminal justice students at the University of Colorado...

The Gazette

CU Boulder program connects student veterans to industry professionals

Lloyd Thrall, University of Colorado alum and Army veteran, enlisted the help of local technology and business experts to draft a program intended to elevate veteran assistance beyond platitudes...

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Fitzsimons Golf Course to close for massive redevelopment project

The FRA plans to add to the Anschutz Medical Campus with a Bioscience Innovation Building, a 110,000-square foot, three story building. The FRA is currently negotiating with bioscience startup...

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UCCS's Aging Center helps families develop tools and "build back"

Colorado Springs Independent

Local engineering group lobbies CU to amp up its Mesa curriculum

The University of Colorado is under considerable pressure to reach across the Continental Divide to provide services on the Western Slope, and that's to Colorado Mesa University's advantage,...

The Daily Sentinel

Friendship built at Colorado games results in life-saving gift

When CU fan Char Synder needed a new kidney, fellow season-ticket holder Teri Trafton ended up being the unlikely donor.


CU moves closer to offering select undergraduate degrees online

The University of Colorado inched closer Monday to an estimated $20 million overhaul of its online education system, which would allow students to obtain select degrees completely through online...

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Think those slot homes in Denver are ugly? You're not alone

“This doesn't look like Denver,” Christine Franck, a researcher at CU Denver who began researching slot homes after she moved to Denver in 2012 because of how they looked, said. “Large blank...

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Colorado To Receive Federal Aid In Fight Against Opioid Crisis

High Plains Public Radio

CU Boulder students flex their cybersecurity muscles

CU students gathered online, based out of anywhere they desired, on Friday and Saturday for CU's first cyberBUFFS Hackathon. Circadence Corporation, a Boulder-based leader in cybersecurity...

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Inspirational Evening with Cancer Survivor Sean Swarner

Sean Swarner will share his inspiring story of resilience and hope at the Anschutz Medical Campus on November 17th. The “Evening of Hope and Inspiration” is presented by WINGS OF HOPE FOR...

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CU Boulder leading team building tiny satellite to probe 'hot Jupiters'

A team led by the University of Colorado has been chosen to build a tiny orbiting satellite to study the evaporating atmospheres of gigantic "hot Jupiters," distant gaseous planets orbiting close...

New CU Boulder hybrid courses incorporate travel excursions for winter

Two new, public courses offered in January at the University of Colorado Boulder feature excursions to American cultural icons such as New Orleans and New York City along with online components.

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Newly-approved shingles vaccine was developed at University of Colorado

A new vaccine that does a better job of preventing shingles was developed by researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The Food and Drug Administration approved the new...

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CU Boulder official: Reinstatement of McNair Scholars Program to help underrepresented students

Martinez was a CU student in the McNair Scholars Program beginning in 2011, supported by the U.S. Department of Education. The program was defunded on the CU campus in 2012 after a 17-year history...

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Course fee elimination saving CU Boulder $150,000 in labor costs per academic year, admin says

The slashing of more than 60 fees tied to funding resources for different classes and academic programs starting in 2018 was touted as saving students more than $8 million, but its end was also a...

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CU Boulder professor probes funny bone's DNA

The University of Colorado's Peter McGraw thinks he's got the "best job ever," and for those who like to laugh, it might be hard to argue he's wrong. McGraw, 47, is an associate professor of...

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Strokes of genius in Aurora

Rembrandt collection stars at unlikely metro art Mecca on the Anschutz campus. It might seem odd to find the works of one of the world’s most famous artists hanging in the midst of a medical...

Aurora Sentinel

CU Boulder Arts and Sciences core curriculum revised for first time in decades

The largest college on the University of Colorado campus is in the process of updating its core, required curriculum for the first time since 1988. "It's been a long time since we visited and...

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