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Aquatic geologist to discuss latest book at free event

Halverson Anders Halverson — a University of Colorado at Boulder research associate with the Center of the American West, award-winning journalist and aquatic ecologist — will discuss his new book, "...
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Professor elected to National Academy of Engineering

Daniel Baker, a p rofessor of astrophysical and planetary sciences and director of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics ( LASP ) at the University of Colorado at Boulder, was elected to...
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Chemistry professors awarded fellowships

Palmer Amy Palmer and J. Mathias Weber , assistant professors of chemistry at the University of Colorado at Boulder, have been awarded prestigious 2010 Sloan Research Fellowships. "The Sloan Research...
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Boulder professor awarded NASA medal

Burns Jack Burns , professor of astrophysical and planetary sciences at the University of Colorado at Boulder, received NASA's Exceptional Service Medal at a January ceremony at NASA Headquarters...
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Boulder associate vice chancellor's project recognized

Michael Grant , associate vice chancellor for undergraduate studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been selected as one of four winners of the American Council on Education (ACE) award...
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'40 Under 40' taps CU-Boulder Career Services director

Severy Lisa Severy , director of Career Services at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been chosen as one of Boulder County Business Report's inaugural "40 Under 40" honorees. Aside from...
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Diversity and Excellence grant winners named

Diversity and Excellence grant winners named This year's CU's Diversity and Excellence grants, designed to help faculty and/or staff projects that promote diversity and inclusion, have been announced...
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Boulder professors recognized with prestigious award

Professors Margaret Murnane and Henry Kapteyn have won the 2010 Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science from the American Physical Society. The award recognizes Murnane and Kapteyn for "pioneering...
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Disney exec to bring media expertise to telecommunications program

Padden Preston Padden , executive vice president for government relations for the Walt Disney Co., will join the University of Colorado at Boulder in the fall as an adjunct professor in the...
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Former NBC producer named director of leadership institute

Grace Stephen Grace, former general manager of the largest educational cable access channel in the country and a producer for NBC's "Today" show, has been appointed executive director of the...
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University of Colorado Cancer Center awards grants to faculty

Six faculty members have been awarded University of Colorado Cancer Center American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grants. The 2010 recipients each will receive $30,000 to explore a cancer...
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Boulder, Denver researchers elected as fellows

Cumalat, Johnson, McKnight Agarwal, Carpenter Three University of Colorado at Boulder faculty members and two University of Colorado School of Pharmacy researchers have been named fellows of the...
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Leader in sustainable development new director of real estate program

Susan Watts, a nationally recognized leader in sustainable development, has been named executive director of the University of Colorado Real Estate Center, an academic real estate program for...
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Researcher wins Stand Up to Cancer grant

Yin (Photo by Glenn. J. Asakawa) Hang "Hubert" Yin has won a $750,000 grant for a project with the potential of changing cancer science. The researcher at the University of Colorado at Boulder and...
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Adjunct faculty member to lead learning program

Hartman Andrew Hartman has been named coordinator of the University of Colorado at Boulder Law School's new Schaden Experiential Learning Program . Hartman has spent nearly 20 years in private...
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Kudos for mapping expert's publication

The Geoscience Information Society's Best Paper Award for 2009 was given to Kathryn Lage's "Zoom! Remote Sensing Imagery in the Geosciences." Lage is map librarian at the University of Colorado at...
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Fundraising leader to boost Colorado Initiative for Molecular Biology

Wright Jessica Wright will lead efforts to generate private support for the Colorado Initiative for Molecular Biology (CIMB), the University of Colorado Foundation announced last week. For two years...
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Boulder professor earns lifetime bioscience honors

Leslie Leinwand recently was honored with the Lifetime Achievement award by the Colorado BioScience Association for her contributions to Colorado's bioscience industry. Leinwand, a professor at the...
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Leeds School economist takes post at national organization

Economist Richard Wobbekind recently was named vice president of the National Association for Business Economics. Wobbekind is director of the business research division at the Leeds School of...
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Chemical engineering professor adds to accolades

Anseth (Photo by Glenn Asakawa) Kristi Anseth, a Distinguished Professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, was honored with the Professional...
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Physics professor earns prestigious prize

Jin Deborah Jin, an adjoint professor of physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder and a fellow of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will receive the prestigious William...
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Krista Correll Butler, longtime employee of CU Foundation, CU-Boulder

Krista Correll Butler, an employee of the University of Colorado Foundation for 13 years and the University of Colorado at Boulder for nine years, died at the Hospice Care Center in Louisville on Nov...
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Education professor earns distinctions

Gutiérrez Kris Gutiérrez, professor in the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder, recently was named the inaugural recipient of the Provost's Chair, which recognizes faculty of...
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Art director takes post at national design association

Campbell Michael Campbell, art director of the University of Colorado at Boulder, recently was elected to the University and College Designers Association (UCDA) board of directors. He'll begin his...
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Shepard wraps successful stint as National Academy of Education president

Shepard Lorrie Shepard, dean of the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder, just concluded a prestigious appointment as president of the National Academy of Education (NAEd)...

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