Pastula appointed to Colorado Board of Health

Daniel Pastula, assistant professor and associate director of medical student education in the Department of Neurology at the CU School of Medicine, has been appointed by Gov. John Hickenlooper to...

Flaig named chair of national panel

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®) is an alliance of 27 leading cancer centers working together to set the standards of cancer care followed by clinicians around the country and the...

Jankowski awarded NIH funding for bone density study

Approximately 46 percent (21 million) of older women in the United States have low bone mass, a condition that increases the risk of fracture, disability, and death, but may also be reversible...

Pyrooz goes inside America’s prisons to study gang life

Seated inside a windowless, soundproof room at the county jail in Fresno, Calif., David Pyrooz was getting nervous. Across from him sat a gang member awaiting trial for murder, his slick-bald head...

Jimeno earns R01 grants to make new models testing cancer immunotherapies

As Harry Potter characters use an invisibility cloak to avoid detection in Hogwarts’ forbidden areas, cancer cells make themselves invisible to the immune system to avoid destruction.
CU Boulder researchers honored with Governor’s Awards for high impact

CU Boulder researchers honored with Governor’s Awards for high impact

Two projects led by University of Colorado Boulder researchers are among a select group being recognized with 2017 Governor’s Awards for High-Impact Research. The awards, presented by the CO-LABS...

Canto-Soler joins Ophthalmology and Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine team

When Valeria Canto-Soler, Ph.D., was a biology student in Argentina, she dreamed of a career studying elephants and other African wildlife in their natural habitat.
Newly minted professors of distinction to be celebrated

Newly minted professors of distinction to be celebrated

In Sept. 21 event, professors of art and art history, classics, geography and linguistics will give public lectures on their areas of expertise
Brock leads student tour to Peru, named honorary professor

Brock leads student tour to Peru, named honorary professor

John Brock, senior instructor, Economics Department, and director, Center for Economic Education, led a trip to Peru this summer with UCCS students that included Brock’s induction as an honorary...
Communication faculty collaborated on new book

Communication faculty collaborated on new book

The Department of Communication’s Professor Stephen Hartnett, Associate Professor and Chair Lisa Keranen, and (past ICB Instructor) Donovan Conley published their edited scholarly book Imagining...

James DeGregori goes ‘Over the Edge’ for Cancer League of Colorado

On September 7, 8 or 9, James DeGregori, PhD, will rappel 29 stories down the side of one of Denver’s tallest skyscrapers in the annual “Over the Edge” event raising funds for the Cancer League of...

Krugman named interim dean of College of Nursing

We are delighted to announce today the appointment of Mary Krugman PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, as interim dean of the College of Nursing.

Lyons earns prestigious grants

A successful early-career scientist will apply for many grants and even win a few, often first from foundations and associations, perhaps from programs designed to promote the training of young...
Guntupalli publishes first book, ‘Sex and Cancer’

Guntupalli publishes first book, ‘Sex and Cancer’

An encounter with a patient and an a-ha moment inspired a University of Colorado Cancer Center physician to write a book about a challenge experienced by many gynecological oncology patients.
Goodman-Gaghan recognized

Goodman-Gaghan recognized

Rhonda Goodman-Gaghan, curator, Heller Center for Arts and Humanities, was recognized by the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region for her work on two August cultural events, a Heller Center Paint...

Lee wins crime predicting prize

YongJei Lee, assistant professor, School of Public Affairs, was part of a team of scholars that won a Real-Time Crime Forecasting Challenge sponsored by the National Institute of Justice.

Hernandez teams with startup to advance new technology

Mark Hernandez, professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder, has partnered with Aerosol Devices Inc., a Fort Collins...

Beer awarded prestigious MacDowell Fellowship

Nicky Beer, an associate professor of English at the University of Colorado Denver, has been awarded a fellowship for residency at the prestigious MacDowell Colony, one of the nation’s leading...

2017 Massry Prize honors Pace

Distinguished Professor Emeritus Norman Pace of CU Boulder’s Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB) has been awarded the 2017 Massry Prize for his microbiome research...

Kane is first Paul R. O’Hara II Endowed Chair in Esophageal Cancer

When Katy Rady lost her brother, Paul R. O’Hara II to cancer, she turned her despair into an enduring tribute funding research at the University of Colorado Cancer Center.

Campbell receives provost professorship

Margaret C. Campbell, a marketing professor for the Leeds School of Business, received a provost professorship at CU Boulder. Campbell has received this level of distinction because of her...

Clough honored for esteemed career

For the past two weeks, the College of Engineering & Applied Science has been sharing stories and memories from the 42-year career of engineering professor David Clough, as he prepares for...

Samet named dean of Colorado School of Public Health

Following an extensive national search, the chancellor of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Don Elliman, announced Tuesday the hiring of Dr. Jonathan Samet, M.D., M.S., as the new...

Boult chosen 2017 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Fellow

Terrance Boult, El Pomar Endowed Chair of Innovation and Security, was recently named a 2017 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Fellow in recognition of his contribution to the fields...

Timmerhaus Ambassador offering lectures/workshops on attracting and retaining diverse teachers

Bianco Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador Margarita Bianco , associate professor of special education and teacher education in the School of Education and Human Development at CU Denver, is offering the...