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CU at the Winter Olympics

CU at the Winter Olympics

The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games begin Feb. 9 and continue through Feb. 25, and the University of Colorado will once again be represented through CU...
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Alumna, noted author and environmentalist to lead December commencement

Alumna, noted author and environmentalist to lead December commencement

A noted author, professor and early UCCS graduate will deliver the university’s fall commencement address Dec. 15 at the Broadmoor World Arena.
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CU Denver celebrates first named building

CU Denver celebrates first named building

There’s cause for gratitude this holiday season as CU Denver celebrates a $10 million gift and official name for its new landmark, the Lola & Rob Salazar...
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ASPIRE recruits career-changers to address teaching shortage

ASPIRE alumna receives alternative licensure teaching award

Three years ago, Lucia Cordovano landed a teaching job. Two years ago, she earned her alternative teaching license. This year, the CU Denver ASPIRE alumna...
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Benson reflects on how a CU Denver professor once told him, ‘You can do this’

Alumnus wins prestigious national chemistry award

Olester Benson has helped design the manufacturing processes for everything from sandpaper to license plates to optical components used on a deep-space...
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Homecoming

Faculty, staff invited to join homecoming fun

You don't have to be a CU Boulder alum or a student to enjoy the spirit of Homecoming. Faculty, staff and community members are welcome and encouraged to...
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Infographic: Heeeeeerrre's Alphie

Infographic: Heeeeeerrre's Alphie

We all know and love Ralphie. But let’s not forget about “ Alphie” — Ralphie’s cousin and the world’s only known inflatable fur buffalo.
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Black-and-gold legacy: CU-educated doctors span generations

Black-and-gold legacy: CU-educated doctors span generations

The line of physicians in the Kenagy-Vance family stretches across states, continents and generations. For centuries, these medical men have guided the health...
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Alumna takes charge of an American icon

Alumna takes charge of an American icon

Superlatives come easy at the Grand Canyon. So do spiritual feelings: For the English writer J. B. Priestley, the great cleft was no less than “a revelation.”...
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Alumnus, noted scientific researcher to lead December commencement

Alumnus, noted scientific researcher to lead December commencement

A UCCS alumnus and leader in the field of neuroscience will deliver the fall UCCS commencement address during Dec. 16 ceremonies at the Broadmoor World Arena.
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Photo/video feature: UCCS Homecoming 2016 kicks off with new Chalk the Walk event

Photo/video feature: UCCS Homecoming 2016 kicks off with new Chalk the Walk event

Homecoming 2016 began Oct. 13 with a new event called Chalk the Walk on the spine near the West Lawn. Members of the Office of Student Activities, along with...
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Cheers to the cheerleaders: Brightest CU Advocates honored
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Cheers to the cheerleaders: Brightest CU Advocates honored

Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the CU Advocates program on Oct. 4 honored six of its members with awards during a reception at the Denver Country Club.
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CU alumni report high satisfaction, earnings in systemwide survey

University of Colorado alumni report high satisfaction rates with the education they received, in addition to earning considerably more than the average for...
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Fifth sibling earns UCCS degree

Fifth sibling earns UCCS degree

Laurie Horner’s commencement cap is decorated and ready for Friday’s ceremony: “The final Horner has left UCCS”
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Jefferson Award winners contribute to campuses, communities
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Jefferson Award winners contribute on campus, in communities

Three members of the University of Colorado community have been named recipients of the 2016 Thomas Jefferson Award, among the highest honors given at CU, the...
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Regents awards
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Regents highlight nine honorees

The University of Colorado Board of Regents has announced its selection of this year’s recipients of honorary degrees, Distinguished Service Award and...
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CU Advocates mark anniversary, honor exceptional members
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CU Advocates mark anniversary, honor exceptional members

The CU Advocates program on Tuesday marked its fourth anniversary with a reception and awards presentation where five exceptional members were honored for...
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State Sen. Rollie Heath speaks before CU Advocates and CU-Boulder alumni earlier this month at CU-Boulder.
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Heath: Ballot initiative might ease strain on state funding of higher ed

While the 2015 legislative session brought a welcome boost in funding for the University of Colorado and higher education across the state, the long-term...
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From left, CU School of Medicine alumni Dr. Bill Maniatis (’65), president of the Medical Alumni Association; Dr. Ed Kinzer (’52); Dr. Clara Winter (’65) and Dr. Wag Schorr (’63).
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School of Medicine alumni share stories of giving back to CU

At a Medical Alumni Association event Tuesday, three alumni from the School of Medicine shared their personal stories of philanthropy, highlighting different...
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Advocate of the Year’s love affair with CU lasts a lifetime

George Gramer’s loyalty to CU took root for him in high school.
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CU-Boulder senior auditor registration for fall semester is Sept. 2-3

The Senior Auditors Program provides Colorado residents, ages 55 and older, the opportunity to attend classes on the University of Colorado Boulder campus...
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CU-Boulder alum Steve Swanson heading for space station

On Tuesday, he'll blast off with two Russian crewmates for the International Space Station, his third mission to the orbiting facility.
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Creating Futures exceeds $1.5 billion goal

Propelling CU campaign to success were more than 158,000 donors who made more than 403,000 gifts to the university CU 2006 to 2013.
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Scott Carpenter, CU-Boulder alum and NASA Mercury astronaut, dies at 88

Carpenter was the first of 18 CU-Boulder astronaut affiliates to fly in space.
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Robust early response to CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund

Since President Bruce Benson and Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced the establishment of the CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund late Monday, more than 800...

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