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Johnson to be featured in ombuds webinar Tuesday

Johnson to be featured in ombuds webinar Tuesday

Join Liz Hill, associate director, CU Boulder Ombuds Office, on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, for a fireside chat with Stefanie K. Johnson, associate professor of management at CU Boulder's Leeds School of...
Rabaka on why African and African American studies matter

Rabaka on why African and African American studies matter

As of May 2021, CU Boulder has established the Center for African and African American Studies (CAAAS and also referred to as “the Cause”) to support teaching and research on the history and culture...
Boylan, Masters receive John Templeton Foundation grant to study religion, spirituality, health

Boylan, Masters receive John Templeton Foundation grant to study religion, spirituality, health

University of Colorado Denver’s Jennifer Boylan, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences, and Kevin Masters, PhD, professor of psychology, received a $230K grant...
Meeks brings disability, access and inclusion expertise to the campus community

Meeks brings disability, access and inclusion expertise to the campus community

Lisa M. Meeks, PhD, MA, brings a wealth of experience to her new role as founding director of the Office for Disability, Access and Inclusion. Her work will have campuswide reach, making CU Anschutz...
Yu receives NSF CAREER award to support research in active polymers

Yu receives NSF CAREER award to support research in active polymers

Kai Yu, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at CU Denver, has received the Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the foundation...
Guyer named associate vice chancellor for student affairs

Guyer named associate vice chancellor for student affairs

Carlos García, vice chancellor of the Division of Student Affairs, announced the hire in early May, noting Guyer, who holds a Ed.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, will join UCCS on June 14.
Miller awarded for research on COVID-19 transmission via singing

Miller awarded for research on COVID-19 transmission via singing

Professor Shelly Miller is among an international coalition of researchers whose COVID-19 transmission work has been recognized by the American Academy of Teachers of Singing.
Klebe named interim provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs

Klebe named interim provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs

Beginning July 1, Kelli Klebe, dean of the Graduate School, will serve as UCCS’ interim provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs.
Hanson elected chair of Faculty Assembly

Hanson elected chair of Faculty Assembly

Senior Instructor Jarrod Hanson was recently elected chair of Faculty Assembly. The official voice of CU Denver and CU Anschutz Medical Campus professors and instructors, Faculty Assembly advises...
Kahan, McPherson to join Benson Center for 2021-22 academic year

Kahan, McPherson to join Benson Center for 2021-22 academic year

The Bruce D. Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization at the University of Colorado Boulder has appointed Alan S. Kahan as the visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy for the...
Makotyn

Makotyn joins CUbit Quantum Initiative as executive director

“Phil has a great combination of enthusiasm and energy, scientific vision, technical competence, organizational skills and academic-industry relationship expertise,” said CUbit Director Jun Ye. “We...
Shernick

Shernick helps students where they are

Q: Without saying your title, describe who you serve on campus and what you do. A: Every year I support 320 students and more than 20 faculty in Sewall Hall for the Stories and Societies RAP. I run a...
CU Boulder faculty, staff recognized with student-nominated Marinus Smith Awards

CU Boulder faculty, staff recognized with student-nominated Marinus Smith Awards

21 faculty and staff members were recognized this year for the positive impact they have made on their students through the Marinus Smith Awards. Overall, over 35 nominations were received from...
Barboza

Barboza named associate editor of journal for Child Maltreatment

Gia Barboza, assistant professor of criminal justice in the School of Public Affairs, who previously served as a consulting editor on the board of “Child Maltreatment,” will be elevated to serve as...
Brown has finger on the pulse of Center for Health, Work and Environment

Brown has finger on the pulse of Center for Health, Work and Environment

If you are in academia, you already understand the value of a person like Carol Brown. Research and educational programs are only as good as their design.
Inniss

Inniss to become dean of Colorado Law

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell Moore today named Lolita Buckner Inniss dean of the University of Colorado Law School, effective July 1, 2021. Inniss will become Colorado Law’s first...
Lymerick

Limerick elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Patricia Limerick, a well-known historian at the University of Colorado Boulder, has been selected as a member the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, the academy announced today.
Paxton

Paxton named 2021 Nurse Educator of the Year

When COVID-19 swept across the world and wreaked havoc, students everywhere faced missing classes and graduation. But not in one program at the University of Colorado College of Nursing. Kim Paxton,...
Bates’ video series helps people make informed decisions about COVID-19 vaccines

Bates’ video series helps people make informed decisions about COVID-19 vaccines

As a scientist and medical researcher, Emily Bates, PhD, was relieved and grateful to be able to take a COVID-19 vaccine. But when she began talking to others who didn’t work in medicine, she was...
Bright, Hutchison receive 2020 Distinguished Research Lectureships

Bright, Hutchison receive 2020 Distinguished Research Lectureships

The Lectureship is among the most esteemed honors bestowed by the faculty upon a faculty member at the University of Colorado Boulder. Each year, the Research & Innovation Office (RIO) requests...
Peffer named Writer in Residence for library district

Peffer named Writer in Residence for library district

Dr. Melanie Peffer is a writer, speaker, researcher, and educator originally from Pittsburgh, PA. She has lived in Greeley for the last five years.
Manson earns prestigious Fries Award for excellence in health education

Manson earns prestigious Fries Award for excellence in health education

Returning from a fly-fishing trip to Bristol Bay, Alaska, last July, Dr. Spero Manson stood at a baggage claim carousel at Denver International Airport. His phone rang. The caller, Dr. Jonathan Samet...
Kennedy, Meehan to discuss ‘Bipartisanship (and Friendship) Happen!’ in virtual event

Kennedy, Meehan to discuss ‘Bipartisanship (and Friendship) Happen!’ in virtual event

Join us for a public conversation between University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy and University of Massachusetts President Marty Meehan who served in the U.S. House of Representatives together...
Demmig-Adams wins 2021 Hazel Barnes Prize

Demmig-Adams wins 2021 Hazel Barnes Prize

Biologist Barbara Demmig-Adams has won the 2021 Hazel Barnes Prize, the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from the University of Colorado Boulder.

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