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Fox to join Georgia Tech in February

Fox to join Georgia Tech in February

Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer Kelly Fox, recent recipient of the 2019 University of Colorado Excellence in Leadership Award and leader of CU Boulder’s Strategic Resources and...
Christina Jiménez

Jiménez’s “Making an Urban Public” selected as Outstanding Academic Title by ALA

Christina Jiménez, chair and professor of history, and author of “Making an Urban Public: Popular Claims to Citizenship in Mexico, 1879-1932,” had her book selected as an Outstanding Academic Title...
Bell

Bell to receive CU Distinguished Service Award at commencement

One of the most respected leaders in golf worldwide will be recognized for her service during the UCCS winter commencement ceremony Dec. 20.
Powers
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University staff member Powers retires after 22 years

Sharon Powers Longtime university staff member Sharon Powers (CU Boulder Comms ’92) retires at the end of this month, wrapping up a 22½-year career at CU Boulder. Beginning in 1997 as an assignment...
Sanchez

Asteroid named for researcher Sánchez

Paul Sánchez is being recognized with a rare honor: an asteroid that bears his name. The International Astronomical Union has announced that asteroid 2000 VH57 is now officially named (20882)...
Reagan

Reagan awarded prestigious 2020 Rhodes Scholarship

Senior Jake Reagan has been named a 2020 Rhodes Scholar, becoming the second CU Boulder student to win the prestigious scholarship in as many years.
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Sutter book receives advocacy award

Paul S. Sutter, professor of history at CU Boulder, and Paul M. Pressly, director emeritus of the Ossabaw Island Education Alliance, recently received an Award for Advocacy from the Georgia...
Frey

Frey earns NCA lifetime achievement award

A professor in CMCI’s Department of Communication for nearly two decades, promoting meaningful interaction and change is at the heart of Frey’s teaching and research.
Holers

Holers an innovator at CU Anschutz

The Innovator Spotlight celebrates the accomplishments of CU Anschutz faculty and highlights the numerous breakthrough innovations around campus.
Norton

Norton to deliver 2019 Austin W. Scott Jr. Lecture

The University of Colorado Law School is pleased to announce that Professor Helen Norton will deliver the 45th annual Austin W. Scott Jr. Lecture.
Alexander named assistant vice chancellor and chief human resources officer

Alexander named assistant vice chancellor and chief human resources officer

A human resources professional with 30 years of experience in the higher education environment will be the assistant vice chancellor and chief human resources officer at UCCS. Laura Alexander, the...
Beechy named program coordinator of Ph.D. Consortium of Literatures and Cultures

Beechy named program coordinator of Ph.D. Consortium of Literatures and Cultures

Dean of the Graduate School Scott Adler has named Tiffany Beechy program coordinator of the PhD Consortium of Literatures and Cultures effective Nov. 1.
What’s in my phone: Adam Bradley

What’s in my phone: Adam Bradley

English professor Adam Bradley is the author of The Poetry of Pop and co-author of The New York Times bestseller One Day It’ll All Make Sense, the 2012 memoir of rapper and actor Common.
García named interim vice chancellor for student success

García named interim vice chancellor for student success

Beginning Nov. 1, Carlos García, associate vice chancellor for student success and auxiliary services, will serve as interim vice chancellor for student success.
CU researchers recognized with three Governor’s Awards for High-Impact Research

CU researchers recognized with three Governor’s Awards for High-Impact Research

CO-LABS has announced the winners of the 2019 Governor’s Award for High-Impact Research, and University of Colorado Boulder researchers contributed to all three winning projects. CO-LABS is a non-...
Sandoval, longtime staff member at CU Anschutz, to retire
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Sandoval, longtime staff member at CU Anschutz, to retire

Everlyn Sandoval After 16 years on staff at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, and prior employment of 15 years with the state of Colorado, including the Colorado Departments of...
Quinn

Quinn joins CU Cancer Center as assistant director of operations

Jason Quinn started college at University of Utah as a pre-med business major. Then during a basic EMT training, the class watched a video of a procedure that included a drill and a knee, “And I knew...
Moore

Provost announces search committee for new music dean

Provost Russell Moore today announced the formation of a committee to launch a national search for a new dean of the College of Music.

UCCS recognizes five researchers for hitting career milestones

In a year that experienced a 16 percent increase in sponsored research funding, five faculty members were recognized for surpassing personal marks in career funding during the 2019 Celebration of...
Molenaar

Molenaar appointed interim engineering dean

Provost Russell Moore today announced he has named Keith Molenaar interim dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), effective in January 2020.
Bob Hottman

Hottman named 2019 Bill Daniels Ethical Leader of the Year

The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative (DFEI) at the University of Colorado Denver Business School announces that Bob Hottman, partner at Plante Moran, has been selected as the 2019 Bill Daniels Ethical...
Bakari

Bakari accepts vice president position at Adelphi University

Sentwali Bakari, vice chancellor for student success, will be the next vice president for student affairs and dean of students at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York.
Thomas Cech

Cech looks back on Nobel Prize in chemistry

It’s been 30 years since CU Boulder Distinguished Professor Tom Cech received the 1989 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his findings that RNA in living cells is not only a molecule that encodes...
Van Kampen

Van Kampen celebrated for spearheading funding for local cybercrime investigators

Janet Van Kampen, program director for the School of Public Affairs’ Public Safety Initiative, was recognized for her work to direct over $148,000 in state funding to bring cybercrime resources and...
Patil earns award to forward research in early detection of lung cancer recurrence

Patil earns award to forward research in early detection of lung cancer recurrence

University of Colorado Cancer Center member, Tejas Patil, MD, received the John Fisher Legacy Fellowship Award at the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) World Conference...

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