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MacLennan named associate vice chancellor of enrollment management

MacLennan named associate vice chancellor of enrollment management

Kevin MacLennan, a longtime employee in CU Boulder admissions and enrollment management, was named as the new associate vice chancellor of enrollment management in October, officially taking over...
Diddams joins growing quantum expertise within CU Boulder engineering

Diddams joins growing quantum expertise within CU Boulder engineering

Almost every area of modern society will eventually be touched by the research around quantum physics being done today. Changes will come in small packages at first – in the form of increased...
CU recognizes 2021 Regent Award recipients

CU recognizes 2021 Regent Award recipients

In an Oct. 19 ceremony, the CU community honored the four recipients of the 2021 Regent Awards. The awards include honorary degrees, a university medal and a distinguished service award for some of...
Sullivan brings conversations on gender and leadership to the U.N.

Sullivan brings conversations on gender and leadership to the U.N.

As an organizational communication scholar, Katie Sullivan, Associate Professor of Communication at UCCS, has studied the messages that women receive about gender, work and leadership for nearly two...
ODECE vice chancellor Bob Boswell to retire

ODECE vice chancellor Bob Boswell to retire

Provost Russell Moore today announced that Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement Robert “Bob” Boswell is retiring, effective Jan. 15, 2022, after a combined 35 years of...
Siegel to join Ent Center for the Arts as Executive Director

Siegel to join Ent Center for the Arts as Executive Director

Starting January 2022, arts advocate and community champion David Siegel will lead the Ent Center for the Arts at UCCS as its new Executive Director.
Linder on joining the CU Denver community, developing a robust digital learning strategy

Linder on joining the CU Denver community, developing a robust digital learning strategy

Roughly two months into her new role as associate vice chancellor for digital strategy and learning, Katie Linder, PhD, brings a wealth of experience to CU Denver’s digital learning space. Reporting...
Potter, Pressman to study Alzheimer’s therapy for people with Down syndrome

Potter, Pressman to study Alzheimer’s therapy for people with Down syndrome

Researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine have been awarded a $4.6 million, five-year grant by the National Institute on Aging to study whether a potential Alzheimer’s disease...
Ibacache works to build more inclusive library collection

Ibacache works to build more inclusive library collection

After receiving a question from a graduate student not long ago, Assistant Professor and Romance Languages Librarian Kathia Ibacache set out to incorporate more books by Indigenous authors from Latin...
Boulos to speak as part of Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series at CU Denver

Boulos to speak as part of Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series at CU Denver

CU Denver is pleased to announce the October lecture entitled The Three Circles of Leadership That Can Change the World will be presented by Dr. Paul Boulos, Former Founder, Chairman and CEO of...
Brock welcomed as new Associate Dean of Education at CU Pharmacy

Brock welcomed as new Associate Dean of Education at CU Pharmacy

Dr. Tina Brock is excited to be the new Associate Dean of Education at the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. And she said every word in the name of the...
Colorado Law professor Malveaux honored with LGBTQ advocacy award

Colorado Law professor Malveaux honored with LGBTQ advocacy award

Suzette Malveaux, professor of law at the University of Colorado Law School, recently learned just how impactful sharing your own personal story can be.
Bianco on Puerto Rican identity and Latinx students

Bianco on Puerto Rican identity and Latinx students

Associate Professor Margarita Bianco, PhD, teaches in the School of Education and Human Development and founded Pathways2Teaching, a nationally recognized program designed to encourage high school...
Mbue to make virtual Visiting Author appearance for UCCS
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Mbue to make virtual Visiting Author appearance for UCCS

UCCS Creative Writing Minor faculty are hosting New York Times best-selling author Imbolo Mbue at 11 a.m. Oct. 13 as part of the biannual Visiting Author Event Series. Held virtually, the...
Manson receives National Academy of Medicine's Sarnat Prize for improving mental health services for American Indian, Alaska Native communities

Manson receives National Academy of Medicine's Sarnat Prize for improving mental health services for American Indian, Alaska Native communities

The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) has named Spero M. Manson as the recipient of the 2021 Rhoda and Bernard Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health for his 43-year career dedicated to...
Betz and team awarded grant to study ‘Safety in Dementia’ decision tool

Betz and team awarded grant to study ‘Safety in Dementia’ decision tool

Researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine have been awarded a $1.7 million National Institutes of Health grant for a national study designed to improve firearm safety for people...
Chapin wins Polly Baca Raíces Fuertes Community Leader Award

Chapin wins Polly Baca Raíces Fuertes Community Leader Award

Congressman Joe Neguse announced Violeta Chapin as the winner of the 2021 Polly Baca Raíces Fuertes Community Leader Award in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Ye wins Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics

Ye wins Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics

Jun Ye, fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and professor adjoint of physics at CU Boulder, has been awarded the 2022 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics for his...
Sicker appointed as chief computing officer, will lead computing cross-campus task force

Sicker appointed as chief computing officer, will lead computing cross-campus task force

Responding to the need for leadership to develop a cross-campus task force to create a vision and program plan for a transformational initiative in interdisciplinary computing, Provost Constancio...
Morris, Palmer joining CU Denver’s Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Morris, Palmer joining CU Denver’s Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Two seasoned DEI experts are soon joining CU Denver’s Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. These positions will focus on providing support and resources to enhance each student’s experience...
Thompson to retire, continue teaching after leading multiple expansions as Continuing Ed dean

Thompson to retire, continue teaching after leading multiple expansions as Continuing Ed dean

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell Moore today announced that Sara Thompson, dean of Continuing Education and vice provost for Summer Session and Outreach and Engagement, will retire...

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