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CU Denver professor co-authors book on local classical artist Charlie Burrell
A recently released autobiography co-authored by Mitch Handelsman, a professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciencesat the University of Colorado Denver, explores the life story of internationally acclaimed musician Charles Burrell.
North Denver News11/24/2014
Colorado center helps Native American war veterans heal 'wounded hearts'
That's because American Indians and Native Alaskans who serve in combat are two to three times more likely than their white peers to suffer mental anxiety including post-traumatic stress disorder, says Spero Manson.
Colorado Public Radio11/24/2014
World-renowned audiologist Marion Downs dies at age 100
In 1963, when Marion Downs was working as an audiologist at a new otolaryngology clinic in what was then the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, she created an infant hearing screening program that has since been adopted by hospitals nationwide.
Denver Post11/23/2014
A broken mental health system
“It’s an order of magnitude more difficult in Colorado,” said Dr. Rich Zane, chairman of emergency medicine at University of Colorado School of Medicine and who moved to Colorado two years ago from a hospital in Boston.
Denver Post11/23/2014
Best Cities for Young Entrepreneurs
No. 5: The Greater Denver area, home of a number of small businesses, boasts a young population and low unemployment rate. The Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado Denver is a local resource for aspiring entrepreneurs and those who need the support of a startup incubator.
NerdWallet11/18/2014
An Incipient Threat to Our Hearts
Often patients are given “the good news that they don’t have a coronary blockage,” said Dr. Thomas M. Maddox, a cardiologist at the Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System and the University of Colorado in Denver.
The New York Times11/17/2014
History of science books: Pickstone Prize shortlist announced
Included on the shortlist is Gabriel Finkelstein (University of Colorado Denver) who has written a biographical study, “Emil du Bois-Reymond: Neuroscience, Self, and Society in Nineteenth-Century Germany” (MIT, 2013).
The Guardian11/17/2014
"940 Saturdays": Colorado pediatrician creates fill-in parent journal
So Coloradan Dr. Harley Rotbart, a longtime pediatrician and a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, put together a lovely hardback journal to record what parents and children do every single Saturday, whether that's play in the snow or piles of leaves to special trips, birthdays and outings.
Denver Post11/15/2014
Denver Public Schools Expands Teacher Residency
More CU-Denver education will benefit from hands-on learning thanks to a grant that will expand the Teacher Residency program. CU-Denver student Molly Senkowsky talks about the importance of the program.
7News (video)11/14/2014
CU Researchers Test Groundbreaking Birth Control Hormone
Thanks to a grant of more than $650,000 from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the University of Colorado School of Medicine hopes to eliminate this concern.
528011/12/2014
New pot shops on the block not always so popular
Jeremy Nemeth, chair of the Department of Planning and Design at the University of Colorado Denver, helped craft Colorado land-use regulations for the marijuana industry. He said it's too soon for reliable data on whether marijuana shops depress property values.
Denver Post11/11/2014
CU Denver architecture students design custom homes with veterans and their service dogs in mind
This semester CU Denver architecture students are teaming up with Freedom Service Dogs. The students are using their design skills to help create a new home with veterans and their dogs in mind.
7 News11/11/2014
CU Denver honors Native American veterans' experiences
"American Indian and Alaskan Natives are well overrepresented, in fact, the most overrepresented of the racial and ethnic groups among military personnel," said Professor Spero Manson is with the Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health at the Colorado School of Public Health at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
9NEWS.com11/11/2014
New pot shops on the block not always so popular
Jeremy Nemeth, chair of the Department of Planning and Design at the University of Colorado Denver, helped craft Colorado land-use regulations for the marijuana industry.
Denver Post11/11/2014
CU-Denver commemorates Sand Creek Massacre
On Nov. 29, 1864, soldiers killed more than 160 Native Americans at Sand Creek. In remembrance of the attack, Dr. Henrietta Mann, the president of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal college, spoke at the University of Colorado Denver Monday.
9NEWS.com11/10/2014
When Healthy Eating Calls For Treatment
Ryan Moroze, a psychiatry fellow at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine and senior author of the study, said more research needs to be done to develop a valid screening instrument for orthorexia, determine its prevalence and differentiate it from other more well-known eating disorders.
Wall Street Journal11/10/2014
Op-Ed: In honor of Veterans Day, let’s deal with the real costs of war
Most visible among the wounded survivors who live in Colorado Springs and around the country are physical wounds – veterans living with blindness, deafness, burn scars, paralysis and multiple amputations.
Los Angeles Times11/10/2014
CU South Denver plans for future
CU officials are in the process of determining the scope of the next phase of improvements, and what fields of study to add. It's the responsibility of Jonathan Lurie, assistant vice chancellor for program operations, to help “evaluate what new programs might be appropriate” and how they could fit into the existing curriculum taught at CU campuses in Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs, he said.
Parker Chronicle11/10/2014
CU-Denver commemorates Sand Creek Massacre
On Nov. 29, 1864, soldiers killed more than 160 Native Americans at Sand Creek. In remembrance of the attack, Dr. Henrietta Mann, the president of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal college, spoke at the University of Colorado Denver Monday.
9NEWS.com11/10/2014
When Healthy Eating Calls For Treatment
Ryan Moroze, a psychiatry fellow at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine and senior author of the study, said more research needs to be done to develop a valid screening instrument for orthorexia, determine its prevalence and differentiate it from other more well-known eating disorders.
Wall Street Journal11/10/2014