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Preschooler Sleep Patterns Affect Obesity In Some, CU Boulder Study Finds

During the day of lost sleep they consumed about 20 percent more calories than usual. The next day the children got as much sleep as needed but still ate more than normal. Researchers say the...

Colorado Public Radio

'Here Comes Ralphie!' exhibit celebrates 50 years of live buffalo mascot at CU Boulder

When CU alumni visit Boulder this weekend for homecoming, they can learn more about the history of Ralphie and her handlers at a new exhibit called "Here Comes Ralphie!" at the CU Heritage Center...

Daily Camera

Two weeks in the mountains can change your blood for months

When scientists examined the oxygen-carrying proteins, known as hemoglobin, in volunteers’ red blood cells, they found multiple changes affecting how tightly it hung onto its oxygen load. Roach...


New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

The National Cybersecurity Center didn't have to go far to find its first CEO. The center's board selected Ed Rios, vice chairman of its Cyber Institute and a Colorado Springs-based cybersecurity...

The Gazette

CU Boulder spring commencement moving to Thursday in 2018

In an effort to avoid a scheduling conflict with its sister campuses across the state, the University of Colorado will hold its spring commencement ceremony on a Thursday in 2018. In recent years...

Daily Camera

CU Boulder launching computer pop-up notifications for emergencies

The University of Colorado is deploying another tool for conveying important information to students and employees during an emergency: a computer pop-up alert. The campus already notifies...

Daily Camera

First cohort of Colorado students with Down syndrome starts college this fall

College freshman Mia Barone’s fingers are flying in the campus library, her eyes closed as she signs the words on her study list — tomorrow, free, champion, flirting. The 18-year-old with hot pink...

The Denver Post

CU Boulder program working to end youth violence in Denver gets $5.9M grant

After crowdfunding this spring, a University of Colorado program working to prevent youth violence in Denver will be able to continue its work for the next five years with a $5.9 million grant...

Daily Camera

Colorado health leaders team up on startup generator initiative

Three institutions on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus are partnering with a national startup supporter to launch an innovation center for cutting-edge health-care companies —...

Denver Business Journal

CU Boulder studying workforce housing needs

The University of Colorado is working with a consultant to learn more about its employees housing needs. CU began working with Anderson Strickler, a Maryland-based campus housing consulting...

Daily Camera

College becomes reality for Glenwood twins

For sophomores, juniors and seniors, it also includes spending one week at CMC and two weeks at CU Boulder during the summer for what many refer to as “academic boot camp.” Students take academic...

Post Independent

A Colorado Center Works To Close The Gender Gap In Medical Research

But progress has been slow, according to Judith Regensteiner. She is the director and co-founder of the Center for Women’s Health Research at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in...

Colorado Public Radio

Faculty, students at CU Boulder work to save bees

The bee population decline in North America has been a concern for years. Now, a group out of the University of Colorado is working on technology that could help save the bees. Hive Tech Solutions...

7 News

New drug trial shows promise in fighting cancer for CO woman

Brown was referred to Dr. Jennifer Diamond at University of Colorado Health to discuss other options.Dr. Diamond enrolled her in a promising new clinical trial of combination immunotherapy using...

9 News

George Takei to speak at CU Boulder: 'Oh, my!'

Takei became famous for portraying Hikaru Sulu on the original "Star Trek" T.V. series and several films from the same franchise. In recent years, he has amassed great fame on social media,...

7 News

A new way to honor high schools, without looking at test scores

The Schools of Opportunity project was launched by educators who wanted to highlight public high schools that actively seek to close opportunity gaps through 11 research-proven practices and not...

The Washington Post

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