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Students volunteer at National Western Stock Show

Student and faculty volunteers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus are providing free screenings at the National Western Stock Show (NWSS)...
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Risk Management and Insurance Program fills urgent workforce need

Pictured from left are, front row, Nicholas Lind, Lori Genuchi (RMI Program manager), and Angela Carey; back row, Ajeyo Banerjee (RMI Program director), Randal...
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Architecture students design homes for disabled and service animals

University of Colorado Denver architecture students are learning to design homes with disabled veterans and their service dogs in mind. Students in the Master...
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Shining light on sustainability at the holidays – and beyond

“Doing what you can with what you have” may not be a common holiday theme, but it is something that staff and volunteers at the Environmental Center at CU-...
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Developing ethical world-changing leaders goal of new UCCS program

Philip Denman/University of Colorado Garrett Gatlin presents at the Dec. 12 campus forum Bringing executive-level leadership education to undergraduates is the...
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Bringing the past into class: Photo re-creation meets the original American girl

"American Girl in Italy" by Ruth Orkin "American Boy in Italy" It could almost be the original famous photograph—people standing on either side of the street,...
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Romero Troupe's political theater starts in the classroom

Outside his Immigration Politics class, senior instructor James Walsh , Ph.D., stands in a huddle with five of his students and hands one of them an...
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Remind student employees to verify mailing addresses before break

As student employees think less about hitting deadlines and more about finding cheap flights home for the holidays, Employee Services is challenging you to...
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Report: CU-Boulder ranks No. 1 in state for sending, receiving students internationally

The University of Colorado Boulder enrolled more international students during the 2013-14 academic year and sent more students abroad during the 2012-13...
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Top teens to track potential ‘killer asteroids’ during Summer Science Program

CU-Boulder’s Sommers-Bausch Observatory has a four telescopes: a 16-inch, 18-inch, 24-inch and a heliostat, or solar telescope. (Photo courtesy CU-Boulder) CU-...
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Innovative CAP dual degree program lets students see world through landscape lens

When Lisa Sabella enrolled in the graduate landscape architecture program at CU Denver , she never imagined being able to keep her academic and career goals on...
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Mann to speak at event commemorating Sand Creek Massacre

Henrietta Mann, Ph.D., president of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College, will speak at “Sweet Medicine: The Waters Still Flow,” an event at CU Denver...
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Time for action: Faculty, staff, students plan for student success

​It’s time for action. That was the message at this year’s 10th annual Undergraduate Experiences Symposium . Since 2005, staff, faculty and students have...
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Colorado Completes! website launched

Many programs at Colorado’s public institutions of higher education are moving the needle on student success by providing support systems necessary for all...
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Beyond all odds, a doctor

Carmen Vandal, M.D., doesn’t have time to organize clothing drives, deliver strollers to new mothers and make house calls to struggling refugees in Aurora. But...
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CU-Boulder freshman class sets record for academic qualifications and diversity

The University of Colorado Boulder welcomed a freshman class of 5,869 students, a slight increase by 0.4 percent over last year, and in the process achieved...
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Hosts needed for Boulder Friends of International Students

The University of Colorado Boulder is experiencing an increase in the numbers of international students. The international student population at CU-Boulder is...
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CU Denver sees largest, most diverse undergraduate enrollment ever

The University of Colorado Denver is seeing the largest, most diverse undergraduate enrollment in its history, including the biggest freshman class. This year’...
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CAP program offers planning, design to towns in need

Talented undergraduate and graduate students are matched with small Colorado communities that have special needs they cannot address with local resources and...
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UCCS enrollment surpasses 11,000 students, a new record

More than 11,100 students enrolled at UCCS for the fall 2014 semester, a new record, and more than 5 percent larger than last year’s record student enrollment...
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Third Annual CU Denver Block Party rocks education corridor

Thousands of people enjoyed music, food, games and the vibrant downtown ambience at the Third Annual CU Denver Block Party. (Photos: Trevr Merchant) Two new CU...
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Modern, historical meet in renovation of residence hall

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Baker Hall, closed the past 15 months for its first major renovation in more than 75 years, is welcoming students this...
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UCCS2GO functionality takes center stage at forum

John Hanna shows live demo of new UCCS2Go app (Photo: Philip Denman) At an Aug. 6 forum in the University Center Theater, UCCS unveiled a first-of-its-kind...
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Campus exposure a positive influence on middle school students

Learning the art of suturing using pigs’ feet elicited “ooohs” and some “eeews” from Skinner Middle School students participating in a program on the CU...
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Summer enrollment up 6 percent

UCCS summer enrollment increased by 211 students, an almost 6 percent increase from a year ago, according to a June 16 report. The Office of Institutional...

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