Camidge, Glasgow make world’s impactful researchers list

Camidge, Glasgow make world’s impactful researchers list

Two investigators from the University of Colorado Cancer Center have earned a place on an international list ranking their influence in the top one percent of their respective fields. D. Ross Camidge...
Aging Center director receives Makepeace Community Trustee Award

Qualls receives Makepeace Community Trustee Award

The Makepeace Community Trustee Award honors an individual whose consistent community leadership has created a long-lasting legacy that spans beyond the Pikes Peak region.
Three finalists named for CU Boulder dean of University Libraries

Three finalists named for CU Boulder dean of University Libraries

Librarians from Oklahoma State University, the Indiana University and DePaul University were today announced as finalists for dean of University Libraries at CU Boulder.

Gloor in tune with student success

An avid music fan, passionate teacher and member of his local city council, there isn’t much that CU Denver Associate Professor Storm Gloor, MBA, doesn’t do. Gloor spent many years with Hastings...
Regent Kyle and Sally Hybl honored by governor’s proclamation

Regent Kyle and Sally Hybl honored by governor’s proclamation

Jeff Foster/UCCS Regent Kyle and Sally Hybl, front; rear from left, Martin Wood, UCCS senior vice chancellor; Gov. John Hickenlooper; Venkat Reddy, UCCS chancellor; Joey Vijayam, UCCS student body...

Church searches for untold stories

Minette Church has unearthed shards of ceramics, broken toys and other artifacts from people who lived long ago, trying to connect the past to the present.

Krakowiak examines character traits in media

K. Maja Krakowiak, associate professor, Department of Communication, co-authored “Are Good Characters Better for Us? The Effect of Morality Salience on Entertainment Selection and Recovery Outcomes”...

Theodorescu’s close call: the Hawaii false missile attack alert

A trip to Hawaii to share his expertise with another cancer center turned into a harrowing experience for Dan Theodorescu, MD, PhD, the director of the University of Colorado Cancer Center.

Vemulakonda receives Rising Star Award

Vemulakonda Vijaya Vemulakonda, associate professor of surgery, School of Medicine, has received the American Urological Association Rising Star Award, which is given to only two urologists each year...

Doebele named director of CU Cancer Center Thoracic Oncology Research Initiative

For a decade, Robert C. Doebele, MD, PhD has been a central figure of lung cancer research in Colorado, using cutting-edge approaches to study how “gene fusions” drive certain cancers and how cancers...

Landis receives True West Award

Kevin Landis, associate professor, Visual and Performing Arts Department, and director of the Academic Theatre Program, received a 2017 True West Award Dec. 20 from the Denver Center for the...
Caruthers, Gold named 2017 National Academy of Inventors fellows

Caruthers, Gold named 2017 National Academy of Inventors fellows

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) named two CU Boulder faculty members to its class of fellows for 2017.

Dunn to present at AEI conference Jan. 16

Josh Dunn, professor, Political Science Department, will join a panel discussion during a research conference at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. The conference, titled “Bush-...

Hart named to Colorado Supreme Court

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper Thursday named University of Colorado Law School Professor Melissa Hart to the Colorado Supreme Court.

Patel joins Epilepsy Society Board

Faculty member Manisha Patel, PhD, has joined the Board of Directors of the American Epilepsy Society (AES), a medical and scientific society with 4,000 members. Dr. Patel assumed her new position at...

Ferris named College of Business dean

The director of a financial research institute and a professor of finance will be the new dean of the UCCS College of Business.

Smith shares story of living with Treacher Collins syndrome

Researchers frequently speak about their studies of diseases and the positive influences their work has had in their field. But few can talk about experiencing a disease they explore firsthand...

Williams’ personal tragedy leads to helping others

When Rhonda Williams needed help surviving the death of her baby, she found comfort in becoming a school counselor.

Killian earns Quality Matters certification

Eugenia Olesnicky Killian, assistant professor, Biology Department, recently completed the Quality Matters certification for her course BIOL 1350: General Biology II Introduction to the Cell. She...
Visiting scholar in conservative thought, policy feels at home in Boulder

Kaufman feels at home in Boulder

For Robert Kaufman, a professor at Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy and the 2017-18 visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, the Trump...
Kasa recognized as shining star

Kasa recognized as shining star

Christi Kasa, associate professor, College of Education, received a Shining Star of Vocational Rehabilitation Award, Nov. 16 at the state capitol building.