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Call for proposals: Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in STEM Education

Million dollar grant encourages diversity in STEM programs

The University of Colorado Denver has been awarded $1 million in funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to improve learning outcomes for...
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UCCS awarded $1.2 million scholarship grant to support STEM education

Undergraduate students and professionals working in science, technology, engineering or mathematics who want to teach in high-need school districts can apply...
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Call for proposals: Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in STEM Education

Call for proposals: Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in STEM Education

The Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in STEM Education were established in 2009 to support faculty and graduate student engagement in innovative research on...
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Pathway to STEM degrees made smoother for community college students

Pathway to STEM degrees made smoother for community college students

Colorado has nearly 150,000 community college students, and CU Boulder wants more of them on its campus — especially if they like science.
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Call for applications: Chancellor's Award for Excellence in STEM Education

Get Involved with the Center for STEM Learning. Apply for funding to support a STEM project. The Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in STEM Education were...
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Six community members honored by Board of Regents
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Board of Regents: Summer retreat coverage

It’s a common lament that higher education expenditures increase at rates faster than inflation, and theories abound as to why that is: administrative bloat,...
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Infographic project seeks to spark STEM interest among Colorado students

New Infographic Design Project Seeks to Spark STEM Interest Among Colorado Students

In a world seemingly deluged with data, learning how to make sense of all those numbers is an increasingly important life skill. Some students in Colorado will...
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Up to $10,000 in STEM awards available
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Up to $10,000 in STEM awards available

The Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in STEM Education at CU-Boulder were established in 2009 to support faculty and graduate student engagement in...
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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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Center for STEM Learning sets education workshop series for faculty

Interested in scholarly teaching in STEM?
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Mini-School for Public Affairs and Public Health underway

CU Denver faculty have launched the Mini-School for Public Affairs and Public Health, one of four new Mini-Schools that the CU Denver |Anschutz Graduate School...
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Kathleen Sebelius to give keynote at CU’s Conference on World Affairs

Sebelius’ address, “The Globalization of Health,” will be presented at 11:30 a.m. Monday in Macky Auditorium. All of the conference’s 200 panel discussions,...
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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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Successful Mini-STEM School returns

The popular Mini-STEM School at the University of Colorado Denver returns this spring with the addition of free evening lectures in arts and architecture. The...
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Topsy Turvy Bus gets STEM wheels rolling for students

Arun Karunanithi and Jonathan Dubinsky Captain Red Beard boards his bus with students in tow. The interior is modestly finished—some cushy seating, a...
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Graduate School grant will expand Ph.D. diversity

The number of minority Ph.D. candidates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) will expand thanks to a two-year grant of nearly $1 million...
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Five questions for Noah Finkelstein

He calls his route to CU-Boulder a “circuitous” one, but each step prepared him to be where he is today: professor of physics, a principal investigator of the...
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Groundbreaking STEM study to expand with aid of $4.3 million grant

Early next month, researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder will begin the painstaking process of interviewing hundreds of undergraduates in an...
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STEM scholarships offer career boost to military students

Military students interested in careers in science and technology will be eligible for a new scholarship. The University of Colorado Colorado Springs will...
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School of Education and Human Development to be home of STEM network

Science classrooms across Colorado will soon awaken with opportunities to engage students and teachers like never before. Education networks from across the...
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Summer institute targets computer science teaching

While computer science graduates may be reaping rewards with among the highest job offer rates of any degree holders, there remains a decline in the...
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CU Advocates ready to ‘get the word out’

More than 120 faculty, staff, alumni, friends and supporters of the University of Colorado attended last week’s CU Advocates reception at CU-Boulder, the first...
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Math circles round up teachers for immersive experience

Two dozen Colorado middle-school teachers have returned to a college classroom, sitting where the students usually do. They’ve come from all around the state...
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Teachers learn video game design at institute promoting STEM education

Returning participant Sean Boyer helps new teacher Janie Perry learn computational thinking through the AgentSheets software and Scalable Game Design...