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Ahn, Luger inducted into National Academy of Sciences

Ahn, Luger inducted into National Academy of Sciences

Pioneering biochemists Natalie Ahn and Karolin Luger have been inducted into the National Academy of Sciences, an honor that recognizes "distinguished and continuing achievements in original research...
McDonald

McDonald named dean of University Libraries

CU Boulder Provost Russell Moore has named Robert H. McDonald as dean of University Libraries. McDonald, who currently serves as associate dean for research and technology strategies and librarian at...
Hignite

Hignite honored as UCCS Employee of the Quarter

Fostering a positive work environment is a core value for Kristy Hignite, human resources and business senior professional, Facilities Services. This positivity sparked her nomination as the Employee...
Sokol

Sokol to lead liver diseases association

Hepatology expert named president of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases
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Kaempfer receives award from Faculty Council

William Kaempfer, right, receives the Faculty Council's Administrator of the Year Award from Chair Ravinder Singh. William Kaempfer, Ph.D., visited Faculty Council at its May 3 meeting to receive the...
Buchanan, work of McLean honored at Capitol

Buchanan, work of McLean honored at Capitol

Colorado Senator Rhonda Fields provided an official state tribute Wednesday, May 2, in honor of Lucile Berkeley Buchanan. Never officially recognized during her lifetime, Buchanan was the first...
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Rogers recognized for contributions to demographic methodology

Andrei Rogers Andrei Rogers, CU Boulder professor emeritus of geography, recently received the 2018 Mindel Sheps Award at the Population Association of America meeting. The Mindel Sheps award is...
UCCS student Marcus Pumphrey, left, with Mark Buchanan, UCCS lecturer.
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CU faculty, staff help honor students at Capitol

UCCS student Marcus Pumphrey, left, with Mark Buchanan, UCCS lecturer. Four University of Colorado faculty members, staff and partners last week took part in the honoring of eight students who are...
Dunn

Dunn signs on as new engineering dean

The university welcomed Martin Dunn, PhD, as dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) in January. As the semester draws to a close, Dunn is moving full speed ahead on plans to...
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Box receives Investigative Scientist Award

Neil Box Neil Box, associate professor of dermatology in the School of Medicine at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, recently received the Daneen and Charles Stiefel Investigative Scientist Award at...
UCCS celebrates campus leaders at annual ceremony

UCCS celebrates campus leaders at annual ceremony

UCCS Chancellor Venkat Reddy recognized the work by campus faculty, staff, students and alumni during the annual award ceremony April 25 in Berger Hall. More than 150 family, friends and colleagues...
Ector

Ector to retire May 31

Ava Ector, transit manager for Transportation Services, will retire on May 31, Parking and Transportation Services Director Tom McGann announced today
CU Denver provost announces Faculty Excellence Awards

CU Denver provost announces Faculty Excellence Awards

Each year we honor one of the university’s greatest assets—our remarkable faculty—with the faculty awards. These accolades recognize superior accomplishments in teaching, leadership and service,...
Campbell, expert on conflicts of interest in medicine, joins CU

Campbell, expert on conflicts of interest in medicine, joins CU

Eric Campbell, PhD, has been named Director of Research for the Center for Bioethics and Humanities on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, effective April 1.
Martínez-Dávila’s new book explores how religious converts shaped early modern Spain

Martínez-Dávila’s new book explores how religious converts shaped early modern Spain

A new book by Roger Louis Martínez-Dávila, associate professor, Department of History, will explore how Jewish converts to Catholicism adapted and thrived during the 14th and 16th centuries in “...
51Carusos give $2 million to support CU Boulder entrepreneurial ecosystem

Carusos give $2 million to support CU Boulder entrepreneurial ecosystem

Boulder entrepreneur Dan Caruso and his wife Cindy—both active philanthropists—are donating $2 million to support innovation, entrepreneurship and diversity at CU Boulder.
Herbst

Surprise! UCCS staff throw 90th birthday party for Herbst

Clancy Herbst thought he was visiting campus for a meeting with the staff at the Herbst-McCord Student Veterans Center April 3. But his wife, Linda, had been working with the staff for an early 90th...
Kiser
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Kiser honored with Chancellor’s Teaching Award

Kiser Jennifer Kiser, PharmD, associate professor at Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Chancellor’s Teaching Award. This...
Powell

Rockies Fantasy Camp a ‘grand slam’ for Powell

Chuck Powell, DDS, MS, lived his dream as an all-star MLB baseball player at the Rockies Fantasy Camp this winter. From official, personalized jerseys in recognizable Rockies purple to champagne...
Scott

Scott’s career celebrated at retirement event

Friends, family and colleagues celebrated the work of Gayanne Scott, assistant vice chancellor, Finance and Human Resources, as she marked the end a 28-year career at UCCS.
Crawford
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Crawford to receive alumni award

David Crawford, professor of radiation oncology in the School of Medicine, has been selected to receive the Distinguished Alumni Recognition Award by the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine...
Krakoff

Krakoff wins 2018 Hazel Barnes Prize

University of Colorado Law School Professor Sarah Krakoff has been named the 2018 recipient of the Hazel Barnes Prize, the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from the university.
Kingston

Kingston discusses violence prevention

Beverly Kingston (PhDSoc’05) directs CU Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV). Here she discusses preventive measures for children and mass shootings, and what needs to be...
Reusch, Regensteiner team for diabetes research

Reusch, Regensteiner team for diabetes research

More 30 million Americans have Type 2 Diabetes related to the obesity epidemic—this is approximately 9.4 percent of the entire U.S. population. Physicians and researchers know that lifestyle...

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