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Kapteyn, Murnane win prestigious physics award

Kapteyn, Murnane win prestigious physics award

A husband-and-wife team at the forefront of laser science at CU Boulder are following in the footsteps of the Curies, winning a prestigious Benjamin Franklin Medal.
George named to College Football Playoff Selection Committee

George named to College Football Playoff Selection Committee

University of Colorado athletic director Rick George has been named to the College Football Playoff (CFP) Selection Committee, executive director Bill Hancock announced Wednesday morning. He will...
Molenaar outlines community, diversity and transparency as priorities

Molenaar outlines community, diversity and transparency as priorities

After a couple months of meetings, planning and reflection, interim Dean Keith Molenaar officially began his new role this week and is feeling energized by the possibilities.
Winslows to receive College of Business Lifetime Entrepreneurship Award

Winslows to receive College of Business Lifetime Entrepreneurship Award

Business leaders and community philanthropists Phil and Ann Winslow will receive the 2020 UCCS College of Business Lifetime Entrepreneurship Award at the annual luncheon May 21, 2020.
Pape joins UCCS as director of Career Services and Student Futures

Pape joins UCCS as director of Career Services and Student Futures

In early February, Danny Pape will join the UCCS community as the new director of Career Services and Student Futures.
As CU Nursing’s Meek retires, students recall powerful influence

As CU Nursing’s Meek retires, students recall powerful influence

Ask students what made University of Colorado College of Nursing Professor Paula Meek, PhD, stand out, and the memories flow with striking intensity:
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Guinness publishes first book on the art of Rosemarie Trockel

Katherine Guinness, assistant professor and director of art history, published a new book, “Schizogenesis: The Art of Rosemarie Trockel” – a deep dive into the art, feminist principles and body...
Markel named dean of College of Business

Markel named dean of College of Business

The dean of the largest college of business in Alaska will be the next dean of the UCCS College of Business. Karen Markel, currently dean of the College of Business and Public Policy at the...
CCTSI’s Lockie on how he defines success

CCTSI’s Lockie on how he defines success

If you have interacted with the CCTSI at all, chances are you’ve chatted with its Administrative Director Tim Lockie, MS, MBA. Having just celebrated 15 years with the University of Colorado, Lockie...
Yannetsos named a Team USA physician for 2020 Olympics

Yannetsos named a Team USA physician for 2020 Olympics

Christina Yannetsos, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine for the University of Colorado School of Medicine, has been named a physician for Team USA for the United States Olympic and...
Gotski reflects on decade at CU Book Store

Gotski reflects on decade at CU Book Store

Chris Gotski, director of the CU Book Store, will retire at the end of 2019. Gotski has been with the store for 10 years and has held associate director and director roles during his tenure...
Fiez

National Academy of Inventors names Fiez a 2019 fellow

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has named Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation and Professor of Electrical, Computer & Energy Engineering Terri Fiez as a 2019 NAI Fellow. This...
Boult wins first-ever Outstanding Research Mentorship Award

Boult wins first-ever Outstanding Research Mentorship Award

Terry Boult, El Pomar Endowed Professor of Innovation and Security, has been named the winner of the first-ever UCCS Outstanding Research Mentorship Award.
Castaño named assistant vice chancellor for Enrollment Management

Castaño named assistant vice chancellor for Enrollment Management

To help address CU Denver’s revenue shortfall, Gabriel Castaño joins the university as the new assistant vice chancellor for Enrollment Management. Castaño has 15 years of experience working in...
CCTSI announces new leadership in key research programs

CCTSI announces new leadership in key research programs

The Colorado Clinical Translational Science Institute (CCTSI) is pleased to announce that Teri Hernandez, PhD, RN and Tell Bennett, MD, MS will assume new leadership roles in key programs.
Fox to join Georgia Tech in February

Fox to join Georgia Tech in February

Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer Kelly Fox, recent recipient of the 2019 University of Colorado Excellence in Leadership Award and leader of CU Boulder’s Strategic Resources and...
Christina Jiménez

Jiménez’s “Making an Urban Public” selected as Outstanding Academic Title by ALA

Christina Jiménez, chair and professor of history, and author of “Making an Urban Public: Popular Claims to Citizenship in Mexico, 1879-1932,” had her book selected as an Outstanding Academic Title...
Bell

Bell to receive CU Distinguished Service Award at commencement

One of the most respected leaders in golf worldwide will be recognized for her service during the UCCS winter commencement ceremony Dec. 20.
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University staff member Powers retires after 22 years

Sharon Powers Longtime university staff member Sharon Powers (CU Boulder Comms ’92) retires at the end of this month, wrapping up a 22½-year career at CU Boulder. Beginning in 1997 as an assignment...
Sanchez

Asteroid named for researcher Sánchez

Paul Sánchez is being recognized with a rare honor: an asteroid that bears his name. The International Astronomical Union has announced that asteroid 2000 VH57 is now officially named (20882)...
Reagan

Reagan awarded prestigious 2020 Rhodes Scholarship

Senior Jake Reagan has been named a 2020 Rhodes Scholar, becoming the second CU Boulder student to win the prestigious scholarship in as many years.
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Sutter book receives advocacy award

Paul S. Sutter, professor of history at CU Boulder, and Paul M. Pressly, director emeritus of the Ossabaw Island Education Alliance, recently received an Award for Advocacy from the Georgia...
Frey

Frey earns NCA lifetime achievement award

A professor in CMCI’s Department of Communication for nearly two decades, promoting meaningful interaction and change is at the heart of Frey’s teaching and research.

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