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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

Skewed reality: Fake news twice as influential as fact-checking sites, CU study finds

To the detriment of reality and facts, fake news outlets had around twice as much influence on the media landscape as fact-checking websites from 2014 to 2016, according to a new study co-authored...

Daily Camera

'We Can Do It': New UCCS Chancellor Sees People, Community as Paths to Success

It's been slightly more than a month since Dr. Venkat Reddy officially took over the top spot at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, but he's no stranger to the school.  He's spent...

KRCC

How One CU Boulder Scientist Views The Invisible With Help From NASA

Since it established its orbit in 2004, Cassini has continued to thrill scientists -- and the public -- with images and data of Saturn’s rings and atmosphere. One of the excited scientists is...

KUNC

CU Anschutz accepting applications for patients in new veteran services center

A new veteran services center on the University of Colorado Anschutz campus is opening applications to future patients. Staff members of the Marcus Institute for Brain Health (MIBH) said the...

7 News

CU South Denver Nursing Graduate Wins 2017 Student Leadership Award

CU South Denver is pleased to announce Deanne Bihler as the winner of the 2017 Student Leadership Award in the College of Nursing, a 24-month baccalaureate nursing program offered by the CU...

YourHub

Commerce secretary honors CU Boulder for impact of international students on nation's economy

A key message from one CU Denver graduate? Never let your circumstances limit you. Nadeen Ibrahim is showing others how to embrace diversity – and already has quite the resume and an incredible...

Daily Camera

UCCS food service betting they have the best blended burger

This isn't the first try by Hayes, director of dining and hospitality services at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Last year, his culinary team's Sweet Home Colorado Burger took...

The Gazette

Outstanding Colorado grads: Nadeen Ibrahim

 A key message from one CU Denver graduate? Never let your circumstances limit you. Nadeen Ibrahim is showing others how to embrace diversity – and already has quite the resume and an...

9News – KUSA

65-year-old graduate lived in dorms while pursuing UCCS master's degree

Plenty of people look to 65 as retirement age, but Carol Collins saw it as a great time to live in a freshman dorm while knocking out her master's degree at the University of Colorado at Colorado...

The Gazette

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