Kiser honored with Chancellor’s Teaching Award

Kiser Jennifer Kiser, PharmD, associate professor at Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Chancellor’s Teaching Award. This...

Rockies Fantasy Camp a ‘grand slam’ for Powell

Chuck Powell, DDS, MS, lived his dream as an all-star MLB baseball player at the Rockies Fantasy Camp this winter. From official, personalized jerseys in recognizable Rockies purple to champagne...

Crawford to receive alumni award

David Crawford, professor of radiation oncology in the School of Medicine, has been selected to receive the Distinguished Alumni Recognition Award by the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine...

Krakoff wins 2018 Hazel Barnes Prize

University of Colorado Law School Professor Sarah Krakoff has been named the 2018 recipient of the Hazel Barnes Prize, the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from the university.

Kingston discusses violence prevention

Beverly Kingston (PhDSoc’05) directs CU Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV). Here she discusses preventive measures for children and mass shootings, and what needs to be...
Reusch, Regensteiner team for diabetes research

Reusch, Regensteiner team for diabetes research

More 30 million Americans have Type 2 Diabetes related to the obesity epidemic—this is approximately 9.4 percent of the entire U.S. population. Physicians and researchers know that lifestyle...

Christians leads international journal on therapeutic drug monitoring

Christians Uwe Christians, M.D., is editor-in-chief of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, the Official Journal of the International Association of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical Toxicology (...
Bayer, Witkowsky

Bayer, Witkowsky present at ACPA National Convention

Brad Bayer, senior executive director, Student Life and Leadership, and Patty Witkowsky, assistant professor, Department of Leadership, Research and Foundations in the College of Education and...
Six faculty members receive Compass Curriculum Course Development Grant

Six faculty members receive Compass Curriculum Course Development Grant

The UCCS Compass Curriculum program awarded six stipend awards to faculty members to address specific student needs within their colleges. Each person will be awarded the $1,000 stipend after the...
Scene at CU: St. Baldrick’s Day and more

Scene at CU: St. Baldrick’s Day and more

Did we see you around in recent days? Captured in photos were folks lined up to shave their tresses in the name of childhood cancer research, the chancellor's spring town hall, students catching...
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 Colorado Springs Branch and the El Paso County Medical Society Powered by ProPractice will recognize local physicians and health care leaders at the...

A century later, CU officially remembers Buchanan

Never officially recognized during her lifetime, the first African American woman to graduate from the university will be posthumously honored this spring
Three faculty earn Quality Matters certification

Three faculty earn Quality Matters certification

Three faculty members recently completed the Quality Matters certification for online courses.

Townsend to join Colorado College as Provost

INSTAAR director Alan R. Townsend will be joining Colorado College as that institution's provost and professor of environmental science on the first of June, 2018.

Napierkowski to lead faculty relations

Harriet Napierkowski, a long-time instructor in the English Department, will serve as the new faculty relations manager. Provost Tom Christensen made the announcement Feb. 28.

Lovejoy takes charge of Slavery Images website

Henry Lovejoy, assistant professor of history at the University of Colorado Boulder, has been named the new director of

Schultz named American Educational Research Association fellow

CU Boulder Education Dean Kathy Schultz is one of just 11 prominent education scholars nationwide announced today as a 2018 Fellow of the American Educational Research Association, the country’s...

Holder no longer hides from his past

As a young boy, Curt Holder spent hours drawing maps, tracing over the family atlas with pencil onto white paper before adding roads, rivers, the largest cities. He made thousands over the years and...

Chinowsky appointed director of Program in Environmental Design

Graduate School Dean Ann Schmiesing has appointed Paul Chinowsky director of the Program in Environmental Design (ENVD) for a three-year term effective July 1.

Caudill named co-editor of “Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice”

Jon Caudill, associate professor, School of Public Affairs, and director of the criminal justice masters program, has been named the co-editor of the journal “Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice,” a...
Michele Moses named associate vice provost for Faculty Affairs

Moses named associate vice provost for Faculty Affairs

Provost Russell L. Moore has named Michele S. Moses associate vice provost for Faculty Affairs. Moses currently is working part-time in the post, assisting Vice Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor...

Caruthers selected for National Inventors Hall of Fame

For developing the methods for chemically synthesizing DNA, "a breakthrough that dramatically advanced biological research and helped launch the biotechnology industry," CU Boulder Distinguished...

Samet on why Colorado School of Public Health will refuse big tobacco money

Everyone knows that cigarette smoking and the use of tobacco products remain a leading and truly avoidable cause of preventable, premature death worldwide.