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Coffin named sole finalist for vice chancellor for student affairs post at CU-Boulder

Deb Coffin (Photo: Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado) Deborah J. “Deb” Coffin has been named the sole finalist for the University of Colorado Boulder’s vice chancellor for student affairs as...
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Boswell named sole internal finalist for CU-Boulder vice chancellor for diversity post

Boswell Robert “Bob” Boswell has been named the sole internal finalist for the post of vice chancellor for diversity, equity and community engagement for the University of Colorado Boulder. “I want...
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Neguse among alumni honorees named by Law School

Neguse University of Colorado Regent Joseph Neguse , as well as other distinguished alums from the University of Colorado Law School, will be honored at the school’s annual Law Alumni Awards Banquet...
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Nelson-Marten Krizek Patricia Moritz, Amy Barton, Ph.D., and Vicki Erickson, Ph.D., joined External Relations Director Terry Biddinger Ellsworth University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus...
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Guy Glicken Carrington Talbot University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs Professor Mary Guy has been named winner of the NASPAA/ASPA Distinguished Research Award for 2012. She will...
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Biofrontiers scientist makes the computer his virtual laboratory

Biofrontiers computer scientist Aaron Clauset harnesses the power of computing to unlock biological mysteries. (Photo: Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado) Stereotypes tell us that computer...
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Assistant professor asks, ‘Who speaks for the climate?’

Boykoff Maxwell Boykoff , an assistant professor at the Center for Science and Technology Policy Research and in the environmental studies program at the University of Colorado Boulder, recently...
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Cech earns lifetime achievement award

Cech (Photo by Glenn Asakawa) Nobel Laureate and Distinguished Professor Thomas Cech received the Colorado BioScience Association's Lifetime Achievement honor during a presentation at the group's...
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Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame honors CU faculty

Anseth Ford Kristi S. Anseth, a University of Colorado Boulder biomedical engineer, and Loretta C. Ford, co-founder of the national nurse practitioner movement that began at the University of...
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Assistant professor receives early career award

Fox-Kemper Baylor Fox-Kemper , assistant professor of atmospheric and ocean sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder, has won the Ocean Sciences Early Career Award from the American Geophysical...
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Climate center team to receive research award from governor

A team at the University of Colorado Boulder’s National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) will receive a “high-impact research” award from Gov. John Hickenlooper for sustainability implemented at the...
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Perkins represents PhET at Microsoft Awards                    

Perkins Kathy Perkins , director of PhET Interactive Simulations in the University of Colorado Boulder Department of Physics, accepted the $50,000 Microsoft Education Award on behalf of the program...
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Ireland honors Distinguished Professor

Murnane Margaret Murnane , a Distinguished Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder who has spent decades developing faster and more powerful laser systems, recently was named the winner of...
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Limerick honored by High Desert Museum                                                     

Limerick Patty Limerick , faculty director and board chair of the Center of the American West at the University of Colorado Boulder has been honored with the 28th annual Earle A. Chiles Award. The $...
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Bowman Kingdom von Dassanowsky Handelsman Christopher N. Bowman , professor and Patten Endowed Chair in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder,...
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Regal receives latest Packard Fellowship for CU-Boulder            

Regal Cindy Regal , a University of Colorado Boulder assistant professor of physics and associate fellow of JILA, has been awarded a prestigious David and Lucile Packard Fellowship for Science and...
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Obituary: Martha Jo Sani

Martha Jo Sani, a senior instructor emerita and highly regarded reference librarian at the College of Business Library at the University of Colorado Boulder, died Friday, October 7, 2011, in Boulder...
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Fenell A new book from Janice Peck , associate professor of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, has been published by Marquette University Press. Peck edited “Moment of Danger:...
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Zunger to receive inaugural theory award from Materials Research Society

Zunger Alex Zunger , a professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, will receive the inaugural Materials Theory Award at the 2011 Materials Research Society (MRS) Fall Meeting on Nov. 30 in...
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From auto engines to genes, Biofrontiers scientist on a roll

Biofrontiers scientist Robin Dowell has a vision of understanding how genes affect disease susceptibility. Photo: Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado Robin Dowell understands machines of all kinds...
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CU-Boulder physics professor named Presidential Early Career Award Winner

Alysia Marino A University of Colorado Boulder physics faculty member was among 13 U.S. Department of Energy researchers named by President Obama on Monday as recipients of the Presidential Early...
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Three CU business school deans celebrate alumni at landmark event

The deans of CU’s three business schools recently took part in the first tri-campus business alumni networking event at CU Denver. From left, David L. Ikenberry, CU-Boulder; Sueann Ambron, CU Denver...
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Draper named vice chancellor for strategic relations at CU-Boulder

Draper Frances Draper has been named vice chancellor for strategic relations at the University of Colorado Boulder. Draper currently serves as associate vice chancellor for strategic relations; her...
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Iraq vet leads ROTC at CU-Boulder

Rozelle In 2003, shortly after arriving in Iraq, an anti-tank mine blew off Army Maj. David Rozelle's right foot and part of his leg below the knee. Now, after three combat tours in Iraq -- two of...
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Biofrontiers Institute scientist pursuing better screening method for cancer

Yin (Photo by Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado) In an 18-year study released this summer by the National Cancer Institute, widespread screening for ovarian cancer was found to be ineffective...

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