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Cullinan encourages families to ‘Stay at Home’ with an original song

Cullinan encourages families to ‘Stay at Home’ with an original song

Social distancing indoors with the whole family doesn’t need to mean feeling bored. During his spring break, CU Denver Music and Entertainment Industry Studies Recording Arts Professor Cory Cullinan...
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Spain Bradley elected to Council on Foreign Relations

Anna Spain Bradley Anna Spain Bradley, assistant vice provost for faculty development and diversity and professor at the University of Colorado Law School at CU Boulder, has been elected as a Life...
Johnson

Johnson begins three-year appointment as CU associate vice president

Harper Johnson, assistant vice chancellor of information technology and chief information officer at UCCS, will begin a three-year term as associate vice president for CU’s Transformation and...
Magin

Magin receives NSF CAREER award

Chelsea Magin, Assistant Professor of Pulmonary Sciences and Critical Care Medicine, Departments of Medicine and Bioengineering at CU Denver and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, has been named a...
Researchers in Focus: Betsy McFarland

McFarland’s research takes on prevention of HIV, RSV

When Betsy McFarland, MD began her infectious disease fellowship at Children’s Hospital Colorado in 1992, she treated children in the hospital who were living with HIV. The experience was pivotal. “...
CU Denver grad Stacey returns to join Business School

CU Denver grad Stacey returns to join Business School

The Business School welcomes CU Denver alum and esteemed healthcare leader Rulon Stacey as the new director of graduate programs in health administration. Stacey, PhD, officially started his new role...
Jack Burns and Fran Bagenal are among a group of 200 legacy fellows

CU Boulder astrophysicists gain top honors from peers

Jack Burns and Fran Bagenal are among a group of 200 legacy fellows
Coats

Coats credits post-graduate certificate with where she is today

“As an oncology nurse who grew up to be a palliative care nurse provider,” Heather Coats had her feet firmly planted in two worlds – oncology and hospice. Flitting back and forth between the two for...
Silva

Silva joins Finance and Business Strategy as assistant vice chancellor for business strategy

Carla Ho-a, CU Boulder chief financial officer, welcomes Derek Silva as the assistant vice chancellor for business strategy. Silva will report to Ho-a on the Finance and Business Strategy team,...
King

King is a chef on a mission

As soon as he was named Chef of the Year by the American Culinary Federation’s Pikes Peak chapter, Corey King was already gearing up for the next challenge.
Wood joins College of Engineering, Design and Computing to lead innovation and engagement

Wood joins College of Engineering, Design and Computing to lead innovation and engagement

A global leader in the area of design engineering and science, Kristin Wood, has joined the faculty of CU Denver’s College of Engineering, Design and Computing as Senior Associate Dean for Innovation...
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Bianco receives national teacher diversity research award

Margarita Bianco Margarita Bianco, associate professor in the School of Education and Human Development, recently received the 2020 Diversified Teaching Workforce (DTW) Teacher Diversity Research...
Al-Shawaf named Rising Star by Association for Psychological Science

Al-Shawaf named Rising Star by Association for Psychological Science

Laith Al-Shawaf, Ph.D. and assistant professor of psychology, was named a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science for his “innovative work that has already advanced the field and...
Donato elected to the National Academy of Education
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Donato elected to the National Academy of Education

Rubén Donato has been elected to join the National Academy of Education (NAEd), which advances high quality education research and its use in policy and practice, the Academy announced this year.
CU Boulder hires new visiting scholars in conservative thought, policy

CU Boulder hires new visiting scholars in conservative thought, policy

Law professor John C. Eastman and journalist Robert W. Merry have been named the 2020-21 Visiting Scholars in Conservative Thought and Policy at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Flaig

Flaig appointed vice chancellor of research

We are happy to announce the appointment of Thomas Flaig, MD, as vice chancellor of research for CU Denver | Anschutz, effective March 1, 2020. Dr. Flaig has been serving as interim vice chancellor...
Müller-Sievers honored with Distinguished Research Lectureship

Müller-Sievers honored with Distinguished Research Lectureship

Helmut Müller-Sievers, a professor in the Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literature, has been selected to receive the 2019 Distinguished Research Lectureship. The Lectureship is among...
Dorrell named head football coach at Colorado

Dorrell named head football coach at Colorado

Karl Dorrell, who has two previous "tours of duty" on the University of Colorado football staff, has been named the 27th full-time head football coach for the Buffaloes, athletic director Rick George...
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Wilkerson named interim general counsel, secretary to Board of Regents

Dan Wilkerson has been named interim general counsel and secretary to the Board of Regents. He replaces Patrick O’Rourke, who this week became the chief operating officer at CU Boulder. Wilkerson...
Johnson named a global thought leader among top management professionals

Johnson named a global thought leader among top management professionals

The Leeds School of Business is proud to announce Associate Professor of Organizational Leadership and Information Analytics Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson was recognized by Thinkers50 as one of the top 30...
Sullivan works to solve growing problem of affordable housing in Denver

Sullivan works to solve growing problem of affordable housing in Denver

Through her research as an urban sociologist, Esther Sullivan examines the inequality of access to housing in at-risk areas, often unseen areas such as mobile home parks. Though mobile homes serve as...
Anseth earns international recognition with L’Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science award

Anseth earns international recognition with L’Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science award

CU Boulder Professor Kristi Anseth has received one of the most prestigious recognitions in the life sciences: a L’Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science award.

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