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Golden Grads return to campus to celebrate 50th anniversary at commencement

Golden Grads return to campus to celebrate 50th anniversary at commencement

Two members of the Class of 1969 will return to their alma mater for their golden anniversary and join more than 1,000 graduating students during the 2019...
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Candidates announced for engineering dean

Candidates announced for engineering dean

Three candidates for the position of dean for the College of Engineering and Applied Science will make campus presentations in late November and early December.
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Search begins for engineering dean

Search begins for engineering dean

Provost Tom Christensen appointed a 12-member committee to assist in the search for a new dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
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CU to offer first MOOC-delivered electrical engineering master’s
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CU to offer first MOOC-delivered electrical engineering master’s

The CU Board of Regents last week unanimously approved a new and innovative MOOC-delivered master’s degree in electrical engineering – the first of its type in...
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Engineering and Applied Science dean candidates announced

Engineering and Applied Science dean candidates announced

Three candidates for the position of dean of the UCCS College of Engineering and Applied Science will make campus presentations Nov. 13, Nov. 27 and Dec. 11.
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Zhou selected as interim dean

Xiaobo “Charles” Zhou, associate dean, College of Engineering and Applied Science, will serve as interim dean beginning July 1 and continuing while a search...
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Engineering dean to return to faculty; search begins

Engineering dean to return to faculty; search begins

Top academic affairs officials will immediately begin planning a search for a new dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
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New partnership with Lockheed Martin forges research, career opportunities for students

New partnership with Lockheed Martin forges research, career opportunities for students

Paige Anderson Arthur got hooked on science fiction and the prospect of space travel when she started watching Star Trek at age 13. Now, the Denver native is...
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Students make their mark on real-world innovation in annual engineering competition

Engineering a Transition: Seniors make their mark on real-world innovation in annual Engineering Senior Design Competition

Any nervousness Skyler Saleh had about presenting Team Stratus's project to a group of judges is long gone. He smiles and launches into the ambitious scope of...
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Jason Lewis is a cyber sleuth for the Secret Service

Instructor works nights for Secret Service

During his days as a police officer, Jason Lewis had to explain to people that no, there is no magical satellite capturing videos of every crime; sorry, he can...
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Finkelstein named CU’s first Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador

Inspired by the past and building toward the future, a new outreach program at the University of Colorado is tapping educators to promote discussion of...
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When gas prices go up, which communities do best?

Researchers at CU Denver studying how the region would react to a sudden spike in gas prices, found those living closest to their work, in areas with more...
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Enterotrack commercializing device for non-invasive inflammation monitoring

EnteroTrack LLC and the University of Colorado (CU) have executed an exclusive license agreement that will allow the company to develop and market a novel...
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CU Denver study exposes bias in transportation system design

America’s streets are designed and evaluated with a an inherent bias toward the needs of motor vehicles, ignoring those of bicyclists, pedestrians, and public...
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Drones 101: Course in Unmanned Aerial Systems looks to the future

Take a look at the current CU Denver catalog and you will see a course titled Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). Housed in the Geomatics Engineering and Geographic...
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Study: More cyclists on road can mean fewer collisions

A University of Colorado Denver study examining collisions between bicycles and motorists, shows bicyclist safety significantly increases when there are more...
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Engineering students rev up the innovation in capstone projects

Nick Paris of the The Missing Lynx/SAE Mini Baja team (purple shirt) explains mechanical features of the off-road vehicle's engine to other students at the...
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Northrop Grumman names campus a Core University Partner

UCCS on Tuesday joined an elite group of universities that will partner with Northrop Grumman Corporation to create an improved pipeline for current and future...
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Greg Garland, Phillips 66 CEO, visits CU-Boulder

He was on campus to meet students and give a check to CU as part of the last installment of the $3.5 million Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building...
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CU-Boulder to offer new interdisciplinary construction management track

Wearing hard hats, CU-Boulder graduate students work with assistant professor Amy Javernick-Will. (Photo: Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado Boulder) A new...
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Engineering Design Expo to showcase creative solutions on Saturday

CU-Boulder students have been working in teams throughout the fall semester to develop engineering solutions to an array of challenges.
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Six faculty members to join ranks of Distinguished Professors

The annual recognition goes to faculty members who demonstrate exemplary performance in research or creative work, a record of excellence in classroom teaching...
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Engineers Without Borders-USA brings conference to Boulder

More than 100 students, faculty and professional engineers from a seven-state region are expected to gather in Boulder Oct. 5-7 to learn about sustainable...
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Celebration of ideas draws 750 Colorado students

Kelly Brough, CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and CU Denver alumna, talks about Denver 2.0 as Jeremy Duhon, TEDxMileHigh Youth Event emcee, listens...
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Philanthropic organization visits campus, learns about CU biomedicine advances

From left, panelists Robin Shandas, Ph.D., Andrew Thorburn, Ph.D., and Rick Duke, Ph.D., speak to ARCS Foundation members on June 1 at the Anschutz Medical...

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