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After review of campus space, CU-Boulder experimenting with new study spots

In its quest to make better use of space — a hot commodity on the Boulder campus — the University of Colorado is experimenting. Based on the recommendations of Huron Education, a consulting group...

Daily Camera

African-American students share their campus experience at CU diversity summit

(Gil) lAsakawa spoke openly from the back of a small Kittredge conference room during "My CU-Boulder Experiences: A Snapshot from African American Students." Taking advantage of the momentary...

Daily Camera

UCCS amongst top schools for vets

Broadcast about a new campus ranking in Best for Vets (video)

KOAA

$40M UCCS sports medicine center part of City for Champions tourism initiative

A $40 million Sports Medicine and Performance Center is planned to begin construction in mid-2018 and open on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus by the end of 2019, according to...

The Gazette

The disappearance of Dinosaur Ridge

More than 125,000 visitors come to Dinosaur Ridge annually, including 18,000 students, senior citizens, bikers, hikers, and international tourists. ... However, the green space and mountain vistas...

The Denver Post

After finals-week snow day, CU-Boulder developing a plan for repeat

El Niño brought two campus closures already this year at the University of Colorado, including one during fall semester finals week. Though the campus has policies for shutting down due...

Daily Camera

CU-Boulder sees 10 percent jump in freshman applications

Freshman applications to the University of Colorado rose 10 percent this year to more than 33,000, the highest number ever received by the Boulder campus. This marks the fifth straight year...

Daily Camera

Medical marijuana eases migraine pain

"We were not expecting the decrease in frequency in migraine that we saw. It was pretty dramatic," said Dr. Sarah Anderson with Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the University of Colorado Anschutz...

Denver Post

As UCCS enrollment grows, so does the need for student housing

Colorado Springs hasn't been much of a college town, but steady growth in enrollment at UCCS is creating an abundance of student-geared housing, shopping and restaurants. The university opened 50...

The Gazette

National cybersecurity center could become 'huge economic driver' for Colorado Springs

Plans for the center started coming together last summer, when UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak and newly elected Mayor John Suthers began meeting with a group of business, military,...

The Gazette

CU Nursing opening Aurora clinic with no physicians

The clinic, called Healthcare Partners at Belleview Point, will operated entirely by nurse practitioners, not MDs. It’s a project of the College of Nursing at the University of Colorado Anschutz...

Denver Business Journal

Colorado schools are heeding the call for rapid ROI

Schools want their graduates to be employed, and I think there is probably a greater lens on it now than there has been in the past,” says Sue Wyman, director, Business Career Connections at the...

Colorado Business Magazine

Denver doctors visit Nepal

The Denver Post

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