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CU-Boulder students to demonstrate engineering projects Saturday at Design Expo

More than 350 engineering students at the University of Colorado Boulder will demonstrate their innovations and inventions to the community at the annual fall...
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Business School Career Fair draws huge crowd

A huge crowd turns out for the Career Fair held by the CU Denver Business School. (Photos: Tyghe Boone-Worthman, marketing coordinator) Bryant Burciaga,...
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U.S. policy should encourage highly skilled, foreign Ph.D. students to stay, CU-led study finds

Encouraging more talented foreign students to study at U.S. universities and encouraging them to launch entrepreneurial ventures here could help “revitalize...
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CU-Boulder biology students ready to wow at world competition

When this year’s iGEM team at the University of Colorado Boulder began meeting, they wanted to take what they knew about biology and use it to build something...
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CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund now over $141,000

More than 1,000 donors so far have contributed over $141,000 in the last nine days to the CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund, responding to to the needs of CU-...
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Faculty Awards at CU-Boulder Fall Convocation

On Oct. 4, CU-Boulder will host its eighth annual Fall Convocation: A Celebration of Faculty and Student Achievement. It will be held in conjunction with this...
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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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Ability to delay gratification may be linked to social trust, new study finds

A person’s ability to delay gratification — forgoing a smaller reward now for a larger reward in the future — may depend on how trustworthy the person...
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Ethiopian biology student makes star turn in TV ad

Robera Oljira gets instruction on a film shoot of the CU Denver television ad in which he is the lead actor. Robera Oljira crammed for his biology final on a...
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New freshmen drive rising enrollment at CU campuses

A significant rise in the number of new freshmen this fall is driving enrollment growth at University of Colorado campuses, which now count nearly 58,000...
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23rd annual Welcome Wednesday draws crowd to Parade Grounds

Even though temperatures were in the 90s, more than 800 students, faculty and staff turned out Aug. 28 for the 23rd Annual health sciences programs tradition...
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Five questions for Constance Staley

She has directed the UCCS Freshman Seminar Program for 20 years, or approximately half of her career.
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Campus welcomes freshmen with simple message: welcome and get involved

The University of Colorado Denver cranked up the spirit dial at this year's convocation ceremony: academic regalia was worn, Milo the Lynx was afoot, and a...
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Guatemala is ‘alternative’ destination for students’ service project

QUETZALTENANGO, Guatemala – Shortly after the spring semester ended, a group of 15 CU Denver undergraduate students and four staff members headed to Guatemala...
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Navy son, stationed in Japan, surprises mom by appearing at her graduation

Graduate Beth Rozinek, left, with her son, Zac Drake, at CU Denver's Spring Commencement on Saturday. The bear hug between the mom in a cap and gown and son in...
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Record number of students offered Fulbright awards for 2013-14

Twelve University of Colorado Boulder students have been offered Fulbright grants to pursue teaching, research and graduate studies abroad during the 2013-14...
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Simpson delivers straight talk about reversing deficit

From left, businessman Jake Jabs, CU President Bruce Benson, retired Sen. Alan Simpson and CU Denver Business School Dean Sueann Ambron. (Photo: Casey A. Cass/...
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Fiske Planetarium flies into the digital age

In operation since 1975, the analog star projector at Fiske Planetarium is being retired. Since 1975, Fiske Planetarium has been the Johnny Appleseed of...
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Health science students get faculty, staff in shape

Kee Warner completes a seated row exercise with the assistance of student trainer Annoushka Ranaraja at the Campus Recreation Center. Kee Warner was not...
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Guest opinion: Grade inflation? Or hard-earned results?

Critics shouldn't be surprised when students earn high grades, writes Joanne Belknap, sociology professor at CU-Boulder, in this guest column.
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Conference to examine ‘Dynamics of Inclusion’

How does inclusion work? What fosters an inclusive dynamic? What are dynamic approaches to broadening inclusive practices in your community, school, culture or...
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When the world comes to CU, these Friends lend a hand

As the number of international students increases at CU-Boulder, so has demand for members of the community – including faculty and staff – to help newcomers...
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Fountain outreach efforts net money for restoration, lasting contacts

UCCS students who participated in a “cemetery crawl” pose with their instructor, Barbara Headle, for a group picture. A first-ever Fountain Fairview Cemetery...
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Students create new maps with ‘universal design’ to expand access

Jarad Christianson, a senior in environmental design, near the bronze buffalo statue outside Folsom Field. He included the landmark in some of the 74 campus...
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Students design, present plans for affordable housing

Students in the interdisciplinary Urban Housing course taught this semester by College of Architecture and Planning Instructor Jennifer Steffel Johnson took on...

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