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Student-nominated faculty, staff recognized with Marinus Smith award

Student-nominated faculty, staff recognized with Marinus Smith award

Sixteen faculty and staff members are recognized this year for the positive impact they have made on their students through the Marinus Smith awards. Overall, over 80 nominations were received from...
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President Benson announced as official starter of 2019 BOLDERBoulder

BOLDERBoulder, America’s All-Time Best 10K, this week named CU President Bruce D. Benson the official starter for the 2019 race. “We are honored to have one of the University of Colorado’s most...
Kalisman, Yonemoto named American Council of Learned Societies fellows

Kalisman, Yonemoto named American Council of Learned Societies fellows

Two University of Colorado Boulder historians have won prestigious fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies, the group announced this month.
Anseth

Anseth elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced today that CU Boulder Professor Kristi Anseth has been elected to its 2019 class. Anseth is among more than 200 individuals selected this year for...
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Mark named CU Anschutz deputy police chief

Dan Mark of the Aurora Police Department (APD) has accepted the position of deputy police chief for the University of Colorado Anschutz Police Department. He began his new job on April 8.
Cassell

Cassell named CU Boulder bursar

Cassell comes to CU Boulder from the University of New Orleans, where he served as bursar for the past eight-plus years. Cassell has more than 17 years of experience in higher education, having also...
Havlick

Havlick receives AAG Jackson prize, named finalist for Colorado Book Award

“Bombs Away,” the book by David Havlick, professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, received the 2018 John Brinckerhoff Jackson Prize from the American Association of Geographers and is a...
Reagan

Reagan named a 2019 Truman Scholar

Jake Reagan grew up in Boulder, the oldest of four siblings in a family of volunteers focused on service to others.
Johnson

Johnson wins 2019 Hazel Barnes Prize

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Pieter Johnson has been named the 2019 recipient of the Hazel Barnes Prize, the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from the university.
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Aquilante honored with teaching award

Christina Aquilante Christina Aquilante, PharmD, professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, has received the 2019 Chancellors...
Pang

Pang named 2019 UROP Outstanding Mentor

The UROP Outstanding Mentor Award recognizes a CU Boulder faculty member for their role mentoring a current undergraduate working on research, scholarly and creative projects in any major.
Nokoff advances medical understanding of transgender youth

Nokoff advances medical understanding of transgender youth

The TRUE Center for Gender Diversity at Children’s Hospital Colorado started about five years ago to meet the needs of approximately 50 patients.
Santorico to deliver CU Denver’s first Distinguished Faculty Lecture on April 17

Santorico to deliver CU Denver’s first Distinguished Faculty Lecture on April 17

It gives me great pleasure to announce that Professor Stephanie Santorico, PhD, from our Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Department in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has been selected...
CU School of Medicine Colorado Springs Branch honors outstanding physician teachers

CU School of Medicine Colorado Springs Branch honors outstanding physician teachers

The University of Colorado School of Medicine and the El Paso County Medical Society Powered by ProPractice will celebrate the recipients of the 2018-19 Outstanding Faculty and Clinical Liaisons of...
Elliot

Elliott named to interdisciplinarity committee

Due to an internal miscommunication, it was reported that Adam Bradley was named to the Interdisciplinary Teaching, Research and Creative Work Committee (interdisciplinarity committee). In fact, due...
Caudill

Guiding juvenile offenders sparked Caudill’s interest in teaching and researching criminal justice

Jonathan Caudill’s natural path seemed to be in criminal justice, having grown up in a law enforcement family. Although as a boy, he tossed around possibilities like astronaut or physician.
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Cassidy named assistant dean for community-based medical education

Cassidy Heather Cassidy, assistant professor of medicine, has been named the new assistant dean for community-based medical education. Cassidy is a primary care internist in Colorado Springs. She...
Distefano

DiStefano discusses collaboration, revenue generation at Pac-12 press conference

The Pac-12 Conference should continue to pursue offers for a private equity sale of the league’s media rights so that its dozen member institutions could see a boost of revenue in the coming years,...
Bohrer receives high honor from Navy Medicine

Bohrer receives high honor from Navy Medicine

Amy Bohrer, office supervisor in the Department of Surgery, CU School of Medicine, recently received the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery’s Reserve Duty Sailor of the Year award. Bohrer will...
Faculty at Work: Guy Hagen

Faculty at Work: Guy Hagen

Guy Hagen is a senior research associate with BioFrontiers at UCCS and joined the faculty in 2015. He focuses on developing new methods in optical microscopy, and on applying these methods to...
Rose receives Southern Colorado Ally Award

Rose receives Southern Colorado Ally Award

Stephany Rose, associate professor and director of Women’s and Ethnic Studies, earned recognition for her work with the LGBTQ community as one of the recipients of the Southern Colorado Ally Award...
Chuong, Sharma awarded 2019 Sloan Research Fellowships

Chuong, Sharma awarded 2019 Sloan Research Fellowships

CU Boulder assistant professors Edward Chuong and Sandeep Sharma have been awarded prestigious Sloan Research Fellowships for 2019, one of the highest honors for early-career researchers.
Bensons honored at CU Anschutz benefactor event

Bensons honored at CU Anschutz benefactor event

“The overall goal remains steadfast, ambitious and far-reaching: to provide the finest medical care in the world, to push the science behind that care to new horizons, and to train those who will...
Ambrose named founding director of Center for Teaching and Learning

Ambrose named founding director of Center for Teaching and Learning

Senior Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Assessment Katherine Eggert today announced that the campus will establish a Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and named Kirk Ambrose founding...

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