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Student-staffed DAWN clinic serves population in need

Student-staffed DAWN clinic serves population in need

It was 9:30 p.m., an hour after the DAWN Clinic had already closed, when David Choi and his fellow volunteers saw her: an elderly woman in a nightgown and...
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CU Denver Provost Roderick Nairn
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CU Denver students earn regents’ quick approval of wellness center

In an emotional, unexpected vote — followed by cheers and a standing ovation from meeting attendees – the CU Board of Regents on Friday approved a CU Denver...
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Faculty, students revved up about Large Hadron Collider restart - See more at: http://www.colorado.edu/news/releases/2015/04/06/faculty-students-revved-about-large-hadron-collider-restart#sthash.SrtOReuM.dpuf

Faculty, students revved up about Large Hadron Collider restart

University of Colorado Boulder faculty and students are primed to get back in action following the Easter restart of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world...
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Match Day 2015 inspires smiles, tears

Match Day 2015 inspires smiles, tears

In his 25th and final Match Day address, Dean Richard Krugman, MD, advised a room full of nervous medical students that their future held more than what was...
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Thomas Jefferson Award
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CU’s Jefferson Awards honor achievement in academia and beyond

Two faculty members and two students from the University of Colorado community have been named recipients of the 2015 Thomas Jefferson Award, among the highest...
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CU Denver students make pitch for wellness center
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CU Denver students make pitch for wellness center

Hoping to build a $53.8 million health and wellness center on the Auraria Campus, CU Denver student representatives on Friday asked the CU Board of Regents to...
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UCCS student Alex Sinchak speaks at Friday’s Board of Regents
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Students make case for fossil fuel divestment to Board of Regents

A student movement aimed at persuading the University of Colorado to end its investment in the fossil fuel industry stirred discussion at last week’s meeting...
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Ariel suited up in Doggles and booties and stayed on her mat during laboratory class for General Chemistry I last semester.

Labrador goes to lab: How did Ariel end up in General Chemistry I?

Monday mornings aren't usually favored by students, but University of Colorado Denver biology major Stephanie Akright began looking forward to the start of the...
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MS. V GOES TO DC -- Internship inspires Hispanic student

Ms. V goes to D.C.: Washington internship inspires Hispanic student

When Jennifer Villalobos stood before the U.S. Constitution at the Museum of Archives in Washington, D.C., her vision of the future changed. As she admired the...
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Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder
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Leeds School students offering free tax preparation assistance

Students from CU-Boulder’s Leeds School of Business are offering free tax preparation services to individuals under the Internal Revenue Service-sponsored...
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CU Denver Business School marketing class helps KOTA Longboards refine demographics, brand

CU Denver Business School marketing class helps KOTA Longboards refine demographics, brand

CU Denver Business School students supplied "heart and soul" to a marketing project that is pushing an innovative local longboard company—named after World War...
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HEALTH AND WESTERN HOSPITALITY

CU Anschutz volunteers show healthy hospitality to Stock Show visitors

Five-year-old Zoe Atkins enjoyed the free health screenings at the National Western Stock Show so much that she came back for seconds. The volunteers at the...
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CU community, students, involved in peace march

Juedon Kebede, left, Annika Erickson-Pearson and James Bradbury, pictured at the event Unity was the theme at the city of Lafayette’s annual Martin Luther King...
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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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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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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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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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