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CU-Boulder releases results of 2009 student safety survey

Representatives of the city of Boulder and CU-Boulder, including student leaders, announce new safety initiatives at a recent presentation on campus. The...
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Seasoned journalist to oversee development of new faculty, staff newsletter

Dedrick Jay Dedrick, a former Rocky Mountain News journalist and an award-winning writer and editor with more than 20 years of experience in public...
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News briefs

For 20th year, Mini Med simply explains the science of medicine School makes complex ideas understandable to students, adults without dumbing down Cohen Watch...
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Five questions for Gary Reynolds

Five questions for Gary L. Reynolds, executive director of facilities services at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. [Photo courtesy of UCCS...
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SOM, state labor department to manage training facility

A training facility that teaches nursing and medical students how to treat patients in a simulated setting will expand under a new agreement between the...
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Delta Dental gift creates first philanthropic chair in School of Dental Medicine

A $1.5 million gift from Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation is aimed at improving children's oral health, and will establish the first philanthropic chair in...
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Study: Redheads more likely to fear dental pain

Redheaded patients have a genetic variation associated with a fear of dental pain and care, and many may avoid receiving care due to accompanying anxiety,...
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CU startup to develop 'biogenerator' to power implanted medical devices

A startup based on technology developed by a University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine professor will develop implantable "biogenerators" that will...
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UCCS earns reputation as 'global leader' in homeland security

Homeland security is rapidly putting the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs on the map. On Aug. 7, UCCS announced a new partnership with the Republic...
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State and university requirements

To meet federal, state and university requirements, University of Colorado employees are often required to complete specific online training courses. Knowing...
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Volunteers to welcome students back to campus

Volunteers, including some campus leaders, will help new students move into residence halls at CU-Boulder. New students moving into residence halls at the...
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New CU astronaut-in-training relishes space exploration

Kjell N. Lindgren could become CU's 19th astronaut alumnus. His training as a medical doctor will no doubt help him and his crew if he makes it to the...
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State senator lauds University of Colorado Hospital after surgery

A Colorado lawmaker is singing the praises of a University of Colorado Hospital surgeon after undergoing successful surgery to remove a small, cancerous tumor...
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School of Medicine recruits largest class in history

Chair of the Department of Family Medicine Frank DeGruy, MD, MSFM, talks with Maggie Tillquist after she receives her stethoscope. The University of Colorado...
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President solicits nominations for President's Teaching Scholars

President's Teaching Scholars for 2009 University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson is soliciting faculty nominations for the 2010 President's Teaching...
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Budget challenges continue for CU

Ashley Mohr/University of Colorado While higher education was seemingly spared when Gov. Bill Ritter on Tuesday announced $318 million in new cuts to the state...
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News briefs

Pharmacy professor helps develop technology to protect hepatitis B vaccine Research will have implications for safe vaccination delivery across the globe UC...
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UCCS Center for Homeland Security to conduct elementary school survey

The Center for Homeland Security, part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, will...
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Budding authors explore the art of writing

Student Brittanie Meredith participated in the summer writing camp sponsored by the UC Denver Writing Center and the Metro Denver Promotion of Letters. [Photo...
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Study: Commoners may have catered food for elite Chaco priests

Jim Scott/University of Colorado at Boulder Chimney Rock in southwest Colorado. Commoners living in the valley beneath Chimney Rock near Pagosa Springs, Colo...
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Pulmonary hypertension drug helps former smokers

A drug that doctors use to treat high blood pressure in the lungs has been found to significantly improve damage caused by long-term smoking, according to the...
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Five questions for Pulitzer Prize winner, James Sheeler

Five questions for Pulitzer Prize winner, James Sheeler, scholar in residence at the CU-Boulder School of Journalism and Mass Communication. [Glenn J. Asakawa/...
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CU startup licenses iPhone app that enables location-based social networking

The University of Colorado and a high-tech startup founded by a CU professor recently inked a licensing agreement to develop an iPhone application that enables...
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University Requirements

To meet federal, state and university requirements, University of Colorado employees are often required to complete specific online training courses. Knowing...
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UCCS to dedicate Science and Engineering Building tomorrow

It took more than a decade for the new Science and Engineering Building to transition from an idea to reality. [Photo by UCCS/University Advancement The...

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