DENVER—Pathways to success come in many forms.
Enter "Launchpad," an Entrepreneurship Certificate pioneered in collaboration between the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship and Arapahoe Community College (ACC)
DENVER (Oct. 20, 2014)—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 track—even enhanced—while enjoying a profound Chinese adventure.
DENVER—A chain of events, not unlike a chemical reaction, led the University of Colorado Denver's Chemistry Department to develop an innovative "boot camp" program that trains top-flight undergraduate students to work as teaching assistants in lab.
DENVER (Sept. 16, 2014) – Renowned scientist and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Susan Solomon, PhD, will kick off the inaugural Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series at the University of Colorado Denver on Wednesday.
DENVER (Aug. 25, 2014)- As Matthew Goralczyk packed up from his job at ViaSat near Park Meadows Mall in south Denver at the end of a recent Tuesday, he had no idea that he was about to make history as CU South Denver's "Student No.1".
DENVER (June 19, 2014) - A novel way to create vegan spreads, cheese and dietary supplements using waste from breweries and ethanol plants won first prize Thursday in this year's annual CU Denver Business Plan Competition.
DENVER(May 27, 2014)—While disruptive to traditional delivery models of education, massive open online courses (MOOCs) and other outgrowths of the technology revolution have diminished the "You Can't" argument in higher education.
DENVER (May 19, 2014)—It's no wonder that engineering students get pumped about their capstone projects. In many cases, the students finish with a product that may bring them notoriety and revenue in the marketplace.
DENVER (May 5, 2014) – Eight CU Denver Mechanical Engineering students have designed a vehicle that runs on a hydrogen fuel cell and achieves more than 1000 miles per gallon.
DENVER (May 7, 2014)—Interfacing with experts directly involved in the evolution of energy in America was a priceless opportunity for Chase Puckett, a student in the Global Energy Management Program.
ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, Utah - For International College Beijing students at CU Denver, spring break allowed time for outdoor adventures in the beautiful American West.
DENVER (April 14, 2014) - One of the world's leading architects and urbanists, Léon Krier recently met with students and faculty at CU Denver's College of Architecture and Planning.
DENVER (April 7, 2014)—The Colorado Department of Higher Education has launched a new program that will make it easier for transfer students—and those who have spent years in college without earning a degree—to get the credentials they deserve.
DENVER (April 2, 2014) – Offered to high school students ages 14-18, the University of Colorado Denver’s Summer Music Industry Program is designed to show students what it takes to be a musician today.
DENVER (March 17, 2014) – The CU Denver Philosophy Department in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences hosted an international gathering for the Annual Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference.
DENVER (Feb. 28, 2014) —Successfully navigating today's financial markets takes nuance, experience and strategic knowledge. Two Business School teams competing in stock trading challenge enjoy the ideal mentor in instructor Gavan Duemke.
DENVER (Feb. 28, 2014) - The recent CU Denver Engineering Job and Internship Fair attracked a crowd of students and potential employers at St. Catejan’s on the Auraria campus.
AURORA, Colo. (Feb. 18, 2013) - The RN-BS program utilizes state-of-the-art online education, complimented with face-to-face/webinar orientation and advising.
DENVER (Feb. 17, 2014) - Students who gain a big-picture understanding of the global energy system will find a wealth of job prospects in the evolving energy industry, Vincent Kaminski, Ph.D., told a CU Denver Business School audience on Feb. 13.
DENVER (Feb. 13, 2014) - When a tsunami struck American Samoa in 2009, indigenous institutions on the islands provided disaster relief that could help federal emergency managers in similar communities nationwide.