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Sweet technology discussed at CU Online Symposium

A large crowd attends the annual CU Online Spring Symposium at the Liniger Building at CU South Denver

CU SOUTH DENVER — Mike Pascoe has always been intrigued about blending technology and teaching, but admits to taking the shotgun approach. For his innovative approaches to teaching, Pascoe won the Innovator Award from CU Online.

Betty Goes to China

Betty Pearson

Betty Pearson is a first-generation, 66-year-old undergraduate who has been faced with many challenges. Despite the challenges, she is not only getting her college degree, she's taking on a new challenge—studying in China.

Grads pay it forward

CU Denver Grad

For the first time in CU Denver’s history, the university is providing graduates with the chance to contribute toward a senior class gift.

Physicians for Human Rights discuss serving the underserved

Members of the Physicians for Human Rights group

A group of more than 100 interdisciplinary students and faculty recently gathered in the Krugman Conference Hall on the Anschutz Medical Campus to share their experiences advocating for the medically underserved.

Ambron says Business School poised to soar

CU Denver Business School Dean Sueann Ambron with her husband at her retirement reception

Business School Dean Sueann Ambron said the school is set to reach new levels as she prepares to retire on July 3. During a reception Ambron said that dedicated teamwork and perseverance has put the school on the path to even greater success.

CU Denver Commencement 2015

Irvin Caldera Munoz often talks about “the American Dream.” Ask him what that means to him, and he doesn’t hesitate. “The American Dream means having a nice house, a white-picket fence, a dog, a garden..."

Where are the jobs?

Hailey Orban, B.A. Integrative Biology, Store Manager at Sherwin-Williams

Graduation is right around the corner for CU Denver seniors, and as the date approaches, there is one question on everyone’s mind: Where are the jobs?

Mini Med School goes online

Hand bones

The original Mini Medical School is now online as a free massive open online course (MOOC). The second offering of this course, hosted on Canvas Network, runs about 7 weeks and begins on Mon., June 8, 2015. There are no prerequisites.

Richard Dillon Obituary

Richard T. Dillon

Richard T. Dillon, Emeritus English Professor, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, and CLAS Associate Dean, was born in Waterbury, Conn., on Aug. 19, 1933, and passed away at home in Denver on April 26, 2015.

Researchers create microscope allowing deep brain exploration

Implantable microscope

AURORA, Colo. (May 12, 2015) – A team of neuroscientists and bioengineers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have created a miniature, fiber-optic microscope designed to peer inside a living brain.

Students celebrate diversity at end-of-year event

CU Denver students graduate from the Educational Opportunities Programs in spring 2015

Their campus is a microcosm of the world, so a group of senior-seminar students decided to do something to celebrate and amplify CU Denver's rich diversity.

Karin Hunter-Byrd selected as an Outstanding Advising Administrator

Karin Hunter-Byrd

Karin Hunter-Byrd has been selected as an Outstanding Advising Administrator Certificate of Merit recipient from the NACADA The Global Community for Academic Advising as part of the 2015 Annual Awards Program for Academic Advising.

Pinnacol Assurance gift promotes workplace health, wellness and safety

Aurora (May 8, 2015) - Pinnacol Assurance has pledged $225,000 to Health Links™ a program founded at the Colorado School of Public Health’s Center for Health, Work, and Environment at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

New technology helps surgeon build a better shoulder

Dr. Bravman with the "transfer device"

Don Schiel was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) 20 years ago and has lived with debilitating joint pain for the last decade. Schiel no longer feels that pain, thanks to a total shoulder replacement performed at University of Colorado Hospital.

Engineering students win with 3-D mapping technology

DENVER (May 6, 2015) – Team Stratus, a group of four electrical engineering students from the University of Colorado Denver, wowed judges at the Intel-Cornell Cup with their 3-D mapping system.

Learn with Purpose: In my own words, Kyra Scrimgeour

Kyra Scrimgeour

Before I came to CU Denver, I didn’t understand how essential it is to live a life with purpose. It’s easy to simply scrape by from day to day, but what’s the point if there’s no meaning behind it?

Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition at Redline

Tiny Town exhibit, at Redline Gallery

Every year the seniors in CU Denver’s bachelor of fine arts degree program end their final year of study with the BFA Thesis Exhibition, displaying their final product at RedLine, a contemporary art gallery in Denver.

Office of Research Services celebrates spring grant awardees

Assistant Professor Christopher Phiel presents his research topic at the ORS spring breakfast at CU Denver

DENVER—The Office of Research Services (ORS) at the University of Colorado Denver celebrated its second "class" of ORS grant awardees at a recent breakfast.

College of Nursing receives funding to help reduce veteran suicides

Cemetary

AURORA, Colo. (April 30, 2015) – The CU Anschutz College of Nursing received funding this week for a new program designed to reduce the growing number of suicides among veterans.

CU Denver Chancellor finalist Benoit speaks at forum

CU Denver Chancellor finalist Pamela Benoit speaks at an open forum

Chancellor finalist Pamela Benoit, PhD, said CU Denver has a wealth of assets, ranging from wide student diversity and strong academics to public-private partnerships and a vibrant setting. The key now is to build on those assets.

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