In a groundbreaking study conducted at the University of Colorado Boulder, researchers have shown that manual dexterity, the ability to use your hands skillfully, can improve over time, defying...
Maureen Stabio is an associate professor of neuroanatomy in the Modern Human Anatomy Program at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. She directs the neuroscience curriculum for the CU School of Medicine. Stabio recently received funding through the Timmerhaus Fund Ambassadors to boost her Experience Anatomy initiative, an interactive anatomy learning lab of plastinated human organs, as well as virtual dissection using augmented reality technology at CU Anschutz. With four events she’s planning for the current school year, Stabio aims to reach hundreds of teens across the Denver area.
University of Colorado leaders recently continued their summer outreach tour with visits to communities throughout southern Colorado. The CU leadership group included three members of the CU Board of Regents: Chair Callie Rennison, who represents the 2nd Congressional District; Vice Chair Ken Montera, District 5; and Glen Gallegos, District 3.
When Elizabeth Pugliano, Ph.D., is teaching students, they’re not the only ones who are learning. She is, too. “I am constantly learning through teaching, both about what I teach and how it might be taught,” said Pugliano, a senior instructor of art history in the College of Arts & Media at CU Denver.
As the University of Colorado carries out its mission of providing outstanding teaching, research, community engagement and health care, it also generates a vital $13.3 billion annual economic impact across the state.
Preliminary fall enrollment figures at the four CU campuses are slightly lower than those estimated in June, though student credit hours are relatively stable, the Board of Regents heard Friday during the second day of a two-day meeting at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. A report from Chad Marturano, vice president and chief financial officer for the CU system, showed a preliminary systemwide enrollment total of 66,074, compared with the 66,677 counted at the fall 2021 census.
CU is announcing a new partnership between our retirement plan provider TIAA and the social impact tech company, Savi, which can help CU employees determine their PSLF eligibility and conquer their debt burden.
This year’s Excellence in Leadership Luncheon and Lecture at Denver’s Brown Palace Hotel brought together over 150 alumni of CU’s Excellence in Leadership Program (ELP) to foster continued collaboration, networking and leadership development.
University of Colorado President Todd Saliman on Monday welcomed the four newest members of the President’s Teaching Scholars Program (PTSP), which recognizes CU faculty who skillfully integrate teaching and research at an exceptional level.