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Learn with Purpose: In my own words, Lesley Bishop

Lesley Bishop

My own journey through experiential learning made me understand who I am and where I want to be. Now I can witness CU Denver students achieve that same self-understanding every day. That is learning with purpose.

CU Anschutz hosts equipment dropoff for Earth Day

CU Anschutz will host a dropoff to dispose of electronic equipment on Earth Day

AURORA, Colo.— In honor of Earth Day, April 22, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. you can bring your personal electronics to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, in front of Building 500, for recycling.

CU Denver to assist Lakewood in sustainability efforts

CU Denver students work on a community improvement project as one of the university's community partnerships

DENVER—CU Denver will team with the City of Lakewood to help the huge suburb reach its sustainability goals. The new Hometown Colorado initiative makes CU Denver the first university in Colorado to adopt the Sustainable City Year model.

TEDx@MileHigh features CU Denver success story

AnnaMarie Rossi

AnneMarie Rossi, a CU Denver grad, strode confidently across the stage of Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House last week. As one of the featured speakers at the TEDxYouth@MileHigh, she had the opportunity to talk about mindfulness.

CU Anschutz researchers leading the way in telehealth

Blood glucose test

AURORA, Colo. (April 14, 2015) – Researchers from the Barbara Davis Center at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus have launched a major clinical study using telehealth to target youth with type 1 diabetes.

CU Denver a cappella ensemble wins big at national competition

Lark at the BOSS

DENVER (April 14, 2015) – Lark, CU Denver’s all-women a cappella group, claimed first place at the prestigious Boston Sings (BOSS) Scholastic Competition on Friday, April 10.

The chancellor comes to class

CU Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow talks to a SPA graduate class in Economic Development

DENVER—University of Colorado Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow, a recent guest speaker in Randy Harrison's graduate class on Economic Development, shared stories from his many years in Colorado's education and job-training trenches.

Learning to Lead. 50 Leaders of Tomorrow Finalist and Second-Place Winner.

Reema Wahdan-Alaswad

Reema Wahdan-Alaswad, PhD, was selected to participate in the 50 Leaders of Tomorrow Summit in Washington, D.C. Wahdan-Alaswad is a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Ann Thor, MD, in the Department of Pathology, CU School of Medicine.

Niraj Chaudhary named to the Leading Change Institute Class of 2015

Niraj Chaudhary

This EDUCAUSE program engages emerging leaders in the academic information sector who can inspire, advocate, and advance needed changes in higher education.

Student-run clinic serves a population in need

DAWN Clinic

The DAWN Clinic is a student-run free clinic that serves uninsured adults from the Aurora community. Anschutz students serve their neighbors and learn what it means to provide quality health care to a population in need.

Scavenger hunt sends CU alumna on global adventure

Amy Linville of CU Denver and her fiance aboard a boat on one of their many global adventures

DENVER—There are a few new things in Amy Linville's life these days: new job, new office (both here at CU Denver) and new ring. If you ask her about the latter, a sparkling diamond band, plan to settle in for a while.

Talbot receives grant to study 'concept inventories'

Bud Talbot

The W. M. Keck Foundation has awarded a grant to CU Denver School of Education & Human Development Professor Bud Talbot to study the usefulness of popular “concept inventories” as assessments of undergraduate student learning.

Benson lays out vision for 'greatest university' in AMC Town Hall

CU President Benson chats with an audience member at his Anschutz Town Hall address

AURORA, Colo.—Collaboration and the collective strength of the University of Colorado—and the goal to keep driving those qualities forward—were themes in CU President Bruce Benson's Town Hall at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus on Wednesday.

HR Department pitches in at local food bank

Members of the CU Denver and CU Anschutz Human Resources Department volunteer at Food Bank of the Rockies

DENVER—The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus Human Resources department volunteered at the Food Bank of the Rockies on March 13 as part of the annual CU in the Community program.

Wyoming man’s face rebuilt at University of Colorado Hospital after grizzly attack

Nic Patric

In June 2013, Nic Patrick toted an irrigation shovel on an early-morning ramble with his dog to water the meadows on his Wyoming ranch. With little warning, he found himself in a situation that is the stuff of nightmares.

New Gates Biomanufacturing Facility a game-changer

Dennis Roop stands in a protein-product manufacturing room at Gates Biomanufacturing Facility at CU Anschutz

AURORA, Colo.—With the opening of the Gates Biomanufacturing Facility (GBF), which will accelerate scientific discovery from the laboratory to human therapies, the Anschutz Medical Campus enters the elite tier of academic medical centers.

Music students learn from a master

Todd Rundgren

DENVER (April 7, 2015) – Music legend Todd Rundgren strolled into CU Denver’s King Center, dropped into a chair and began reminiscing about a career spanning half a century.

CAM alumnus's film chronicles state's historic legalization of marijuana

CU Denver alumnus Mitch Dickman recently directed a documentary that chronicles Colorado's historic pot legalization

DENVER—The director of "Rolling Papers," a documentary about Colorado's historic recreational marijuana legalization, said the University of Colorado Denver College of Arts & Media (CAM) gave him the tools and resources to go out and learn by doing.

CU Denver study calls homeless laws draconian, ineffective

Homeless man on bench

Denver’s ban on sleeping or camping on city streets has reduced the quality of life for the homeless, increased burdens on taxpayers and caused longer, more troubled incidents of homelessness, according to a new report from the CU Denver.

Higher Education Expo for the future

Raul Cardenas, PhD, at the Higher Education Expo

On March 27, more than 1,500 high school students from various schools across Denver visited CU Denver for a firsthand look into what the university can offer.

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