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Colorado Shakespeare Festival postponed until summer 2021 due to the coronavirus

Colorado Shakespeare Festival announced Friday via Twitter that due to the coronavirus it would no longer continue its 2020 summer season at the University of Colorado Boulder. Despite all spring...

Daily Camera

As Times and Students Change, Can Faculty Change, Too?

At issue is a gap between many professors’ own experience and that of their students. “You have professors, potentially, who make the assumption that your schooling is the same as my schooling,”...

Inside Higher Ed

University of Colorado may let medical students graduate early to join coronavirus fight

Leaders at the University of Colorado’s School of Medicine are considering allowing medical students near the end of their schooling to graduate early and volunteer to help in the fight against...

The Denver Post

Coronavirus in Colorado: Experts begin sharing stark predictions

Experts are predicting how the virus might continue to spread, as well as evaluating response tactics like social distancing. Dr. Jonathan Samet, the dean of the Colorado School of Public Health,...

The Gazette

Medical Students, Sidelined for Now, Find New Ways to Fight Coronavirus

At the University of Colorado School of Medicine, student organizers used a GroupMe texting app, Facebook and email to mobilize not only classmates but also area nursing, physical therapy and...

The New York Times

Colorado researchers are racing to find an antiviral drug that could save people with the new coronavirus

Almost a week after the new coronavirus shut down the University of Colorado medical campus and booted Jed Lampe from his lab, he got the call he had been waiting for Thursday afternoon. Lampe and...

The Colorado Sun

Widening pandemic shuts down climate expeditions

This summer the camp will stand empty for the first time since 2015. Project organizers made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 field season, citing growing alarm about the rapid spread of...

E&E News

NASA is working with university teams to develop tiny tech for space trips

NASA announced that it will collaborate with nine university teams to develop satellite technologies related to navigation, propulsion and the management of heat transfer in small machines. (Those...

Space

Thinking about a master's degree? These Colorado programs pay the most upon graduation

While health- and tech-related fields paid off the most, engineering degrees also made a solid showing in the top 25 degree programs. Only one program launches students into the professional world...

Denver Business Journal

How Colorado’s climate could slow the spread of coronavirus

While an understanding of the disease is still very much in its infancy and many unknowns remain, one Colorado-based epidemiologist speculates that Colorado’s warm and dry summer climate could...

The Denver Post

CU Boulder Museum of Natural History releases interactive 3D scan of triceratops skull fossil

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Museum of Natural History recently released on the internet an interactive 3D scan of its triceratops skull, a fossil nearly the size of a small car. The...

Daily Camera

A Booming Job Market And Cheaper Housing Are Luring Millennials To Colorado Spring

Colorado Springs is booming. The population has grown 37 percent since 2000, and job growth is more than keeping up. In the 12 months that ended last September, El Paso County added more than 7,...

Colorado Public Radio

Former CU Boulder professor George Born inducted into state’s Space Heroes Hall of Fame

Former University of Colorado Boulder professor George Born was inducted into the Colorado Space Heroes Hall of Fame on Wednesday. Born, who died in January 2016, was an aerospace engineer and...

Daily Camera

Boulder scientists prove snowmaking potential of cloud seeding

In a study published this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers at Boulder’s National Center for Atmospheric Research and the University of Colorado Boulder report...

Daily Camera

UCCS ranks fifth in nation for most military-friendly

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has again ranked in the top 10 military-friendly schools in the nation, according to militaryfriendly.com. … “We are so grateful for the service that...

The Gazette

Campus renovations approved by CU regents

The University of Colorado Boulder will see a number of new construction projects get underway after the system’s Board of Regents approved a slate of funding this month. CU Boulder’s Engineering...

Daily Camera

Denver Snags A $7 Million Investment To Prepare Underserved Young People For The Future Workplace

With the funds, Denver Pubic Schools, Metro State University, the University of Colorado Denver and others can collaborate to continue to expand underserved students' access to higher education...

Colorado Public Radio

Sports Medicine Connects With Higher Education at New UCCS Hybl Center

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) is flexing considerable creative muscle to build a $61-million complex that integrates sports medicine and performance with academics. The scope...

ENR Mountain States

A Sun Valley development along the South Platte River will have a huge parking garage (but maybe not forever?)

University of Colorado Denver researcher Wes Marshall studies urban transportation, including the role that parking can play in traffic generation. But he also understands how it gets built...

Denverite

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