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A Colorado Composer On The Music That Made Him A Pulitzer Finalist

Carter Pann, who has taught composition at the CU-Boulder since 2005, talked with Colorado Matters host Nathan Heffel about his music, his inspirations and his next move after recognition from the...

Colorado Public Radio

CU-Boulder getting rid of computer kiosk stations, citing low usage

Removing the kiosks should save CU at least $75,000 in replacement, refurbishment and administrative costs. "Students, faculty, staff — we didn't all have something to check the internet and email...

Daily Camera

Miracle drug trial saved woman's life

Shortly thereafter, she learned about the clinical study at CU Cancer Center into Crizotinib for those with ROS1 Rearranged Lung Cancer." Janet has a specific sub-type of lung cancer which was was...

9 News

UCCS awards about 1,400 degrees in 2 commencement ceremonies

About 1,000 graduates of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs attended one of two commencement ceremonies held Friday at The Broadmoor World Arena. About 1,400 degrees were awarded in...

The Gazette

Scholarship program aims to help keep college grads working in Colorado Springs

A fundraising campaign to support a scholarship program for area students has been launched by El Paso County, Pikes Peak Community College and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The...

The Gazette

CU-Boulder field school lets students explore mountains, plains with art

A dozen or so University of Colorado students are about to embark on an epic three-week road trip — for class. The students are enrolled in a course known as "The Art and Rural Environments Field...

Daily Camera

UCHealth system joins forces with CSU health programs in Fort Collins

The UCHealth system is expanding on a rival campus, setting the stage for a possible medical-school branch at Colorado State University.

The Denver Post

These CU-Boulder students want to design a bike for obese people

Robert Foster weighed 330 pounds in 2012. Today, he weighs 170 pounds. That weight-loss journey inspired Foster, 34, to go back to school and work toward earning a bachelor's degree at the...

Daily Camera

CU system reaping the benefits of massive open online courses

The University of Colorado is starting to see some revenue from the free, massive open online courses it offers to the world through the website Coursera.

Daily Camera

A look at art projects greeting passengers at DIA train station and hotel

While travelers may indeed notice the "smooth" ride on RTD's new A Line train that speeds from Denver Union Station to Denver International Airport, there's something else that will...

Denver Business Journal

CU-Boulder wraps up work on $112M sustainability, environment complex

Faculty and graduate students are nearly all moved in to the new $112 million Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex, also known as SEEC, on the University of Colorado's Boulder campus.

Daily Camera

Colorado Music Hall of Fame inducts Glenn Miller, 5 others at CU event

Six artists were inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame on Saturday during a ceremony and concert on the campus of the University of Colorado....

Daily Camera

With dandelions out in force, CU-Boulder gets hands-on with weed removal

Visit the University of Colorado's Boulder campus this month and you'll likely notice a group of people sitting on the ground or on buckets, intensely focused on the grass beneath them. These...

Daily Camera

Catalyst signs three big-name tenants for RiNo health-tech campus

A health-tech innovation campus planned for Denver's River North neighborhood has snagged three big names in health care as tenants — University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Terumo BCT and...

The Denver Post

CU study: Women who look feminine don't look like scientists

Women with more feminine features are considered less likely to be scientists, according to a University of Colorado Boulder study.

The Denver Post

CU-Boulder spaceware headed for International Space Station

High-tech hardware designed and built at the University of Colorado is to be launched to the International Space Station on Friday aboard the commercial SpaceX Dragon capsule.

Daily Camera

Does Climate Change Put Mountain Climbers At More Risk?

The guidebook Arnaud Temme and his friends used on a 2011 climb in the Swiss Alps didn’t mention any dangers on the route. But the group struggled through loose and falling rock, including one...

Colorado Public Radio

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak kicks off Conference on World Affairs at CU-Boulder

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak had a bit of advice for students at the University of Colorado: don't quit your day job, but make time for yourself to tinker. "Once you get out of college, the...

Daily Camera

Springs cyber center takes shape

With a new website, promised funding, a new nonprofit with a new chairman of the board of directors, the state’s National Cyber Intelligence Center is taking shape. And it’s coming together...

Colorado Springs Business Journal

Faculty diversity in focus as CU-Boulder works to improve social climate

When black students and their allies demonstrated against racism on campuses around the country last fall, one common demand emerged: that colleges and universities must diversify their faculty...

Daily Camera

Anschutz: City of Health — The DBJ special report

Today, the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora stands as one of the nation’s foremost medical complexes, delivering world-class health care and innovation. The Denver Business...

Denver Business Journal