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•	McDuffie appointed to chief of staff; Government and community engagement to move under chancellor

McDuffie appointed to chief of staff; Government and community engagement to move under chancellor

Jennifer Barrett McDuffie, who has been at the forefront of CU Boulder’s pandemic response as associate vice chancellor for Health and Wellness Services and head of the Pandemic Response Office, has...
Pino reflects on 20 years of service

Pino reflects on 20 years of service

After nearly two decades at UCCS, Chief of Police and Executive Director of Public Safety Marc Pino is ready to keep a new university safe.
In memoriam: Paul E. Bartlett

In memoriam: Paul E. Bartlett

Dean Emeritus Paul E. Bartlett, who served as dean of the College of Engineering, Design and Computing at CU Denver for 28 years and professor of civil engineering at both CU Denver and CU Boulder...

Pomeroy is CU Boulder’s new Title IX chief

From the moment she started law school, Llen Pomeroy knew she’d pursue a career focused on creating greater access and inclusion for people who have been marginalized and underrepresented.

Hanna named UCCS Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Rame Hanna has been named Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Their tenure will begin March 1, 2022.

Marchand-Martella named UCCS provost

Nancy Marchand-Martella, Ph.D., has been named Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Her tenure will begin July 1, 2022.

Morgenthaler on powering research for 30 years

In 1991, Karen Morgenthaler started a new position working for Dr. Chip Ridgway in the endocrinology lab at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. After 30 years of service for the university...

ATLAS staff member Ramirez-Armstrong retires after 34 years with CU Boulder

Longtime university staff member Susan Ramirez-Armstrong (Bio‘84) retires at the end of December after a 34-year career at CU Boulder. A thoughtful, warm and caring presence, she’s been recognized by...

Schulick, Del Chiaro recognized as world experts in pancreatic neoplasms

Richard Schulick, MD, MBA, director of the CU Cancer Center and chair of surgery in the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and CU Cancer Center member Marco Del Chiaro, MD, clinical director...
Lahijanian

How Lahijanian creates safety and soundness in autonomous systems

Assistant Professor Morteza Lahijanian’s work is at the intersection of safety and soundness in robotics, focusing on developing autonomous systems which operate safely and effectively alongside...

Fenell reflects on 37 years (and two deployments) at UCCS

David Fenell, a U.S. Army veteran and Professor of Counselor Education in the College of Education, will retire on Jan. 1, 2022 after nearly 37 years as a faculty member at UCCS.
Fulbright sends O’Bryant to Nigeria

Fulbright sends O’Bryant to Nigeria

Dr. Cindy O’Bryant, PharmD, Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy, received a Fulbright Specialist Program Scholar Award. A program of the U.S. Department of State, the Fulbright...
Rove, Randhawa celebrate ‘herstoric’ moment

Rove, Randhawa celebrate ‘herstoric’ moment

With two female cardiothoracic surgeons in its ranks, the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at the University of Colorado School of Medicine is ahead of the curve when it comes to gender...
Olesnicky named 2021 Outstanding Research Mentor

Olesnicky named 2021 Outstanding Research Mentor

Genia Olesnicky — a developmental biologist, part-time rock star and full-time mentor to dozens of undergraduate and graduate students at UCCS — has been named the winner of the third annual UCCS...
School of Medicine’s Abdoo named National Magnet Nurse of the Year

School of Medicine’s Abdoo named National Magnet Nurse of the Year

Abdoo is being recognized for her work leading the hospital in creating a holistic system of trauma-informed, pediatric-focused care for some of the most vulnerable children in Colorado and the...
Barden retires after 28-year CU career
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Barden retires after 28-year CU career

Mike Barden, director of facilities projects, retired this week after a 28-year career managing design and construction for CU Anschutz, CU Denver and CU Boulder. His distinguished CU career included...

Haggerty on CU Denver’s budget, priorities and life off campus

Most people know Todd Haggerty as CU Denver’s chief financial officer. But, aside from budgets and financial forecast planning, he’s a CU Denver alum, father of triplets, soccer aficionado, and avid...
UCCS Employee of the Quarter Reeves: ‘Keeping hope is the best way to move forward’

UCCS Employee of the Quarter Reeves: ‘Keeping hope is the best way to move forward’

Just thinking about environmental sustainability can be daunting — and to actually achieve it requires a unique blend of discipline, commitment and enthusiasm. Kimberly Reeves, Interim Director of...
Jacobsen to continue as interim chief HR officer; Landis appointed deputy chief HR officer

Jacobsen to continue as interim chief HR officer; Landis appointed deputy chief HR officer

The search for a permanent chief human resources officer for the CU Boulder campus is on temporary hold while university leadership further assess the needs of the campus and the Human Resources...
Regents pass resolutions honoring outstanding CU leaders
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Regents honor past service of outstanding CU leaders

The CU Board of Regents on Friday acknowledged university employees who are no longer in their roles. Passing resolutions of appreciation, the board honored two former CU vice presidents, two...
MacLennan named associate vice chancellor of enrollment management

MacLennan named associate vice chancellor of enrollment management

Kevin MacLennan, a longtime employee in CU Boulder admissions and enrollment management, was named as the new associate vice chancellor of enrollment management in October, officially taking over...
Diddams joins growing quantum expertise within CU Boulder engineering

Diddams joins growing quantum expertise within CU Boulder engineering

Almost every area of modern society will eventually be touched by the research around quantum physics being done today. Changes will come in small packages at first – in the form of increased...

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