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Milo pumps up college spirit at Hill Middle School

CU Denver's Milo the Lynx helps Hill Middle School students celebrate SOAR winners

DENVER (April 14, 2014)—Milo the Lynx made such an impression on eighth-grader Elizabeth Cardenas at Hill Campus of Arts and Sciences that she went home and talked to her mom about college.

Diversity encouraged at networking event

DENVER, Colo. (April 2, 2014) - A handful of ethnically diverse Denver professionals gather to applaud students on campus for their cultural individuality, and encourage them to use their unique strengths to succeed in a professional world.

40 Under 40 business leaders trace success to CU Denver

CU Denver alumni selected for to the 40 Under 40 class are Sabrina D'Agosta, Kelli Kelly and Jennifer Leitsch

DENVER(March 24, 2014)—This year's group of "40 Under 40" business standouts featured three leaders who trace much of their success directly to their education at the University of Colorado Denver.

Anschutz Medical Campus safe following shooting incident

Breaking News

AURORA, Colo. (March 19, 2014) - CU police ask Aurora officers to handle investigation.

Army couples needed for relationship study

Army boots

DENVER (Mar 19, 2014) – Researchers are currently conducting an online study called the Relationships Among Military Personnel (RAMP) project and are seeking Army soldiers and their civilian wives or girlfriends to participate.

Anschutz campus, Aurora community, form partnership for health, jobs

Anschutz Medical Campus

AUROROA, Colo. (March 17, 2014) - A new partnership between the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora and Denver is designed to improve health and opportunity in the coommunity. Meet the Community-Campus Partnership.

Mall kiosks display how CU Denver students Learn with Purpose

Kiosks convey how CU Denver students Learn with Purpose

DENVER (March 4, 2014)—Stroll right up and see exactly how CU Denver students "Learn with Purpose." That's what pedestrians on the 16th Street Mall are invited to do at the kiosks that stand between California and Welton streets.

UHL students partner with middle school for creative program, Crafting Yourself

DENVER, Colo. (Feb. 26, 2014) - University Honors and Leadership seniors have partnered with STRIVE Prep Lake Campus to encourage middle school students to explore their adversity, relationships, and confidence through a program focused on creativity.

CU in the Community efforts cross campuses

A member of NVTI assists at Urban Peak as part of CU in the Community

DENVER and AURORA, Colo. (Feb. 25, 2014) – CU in the Community soon will be wrapping up. This year’s program opened in November.

Donors thanked for transformative contributions

Jean and Joe Barban were among a group of honorees at CU Denver 7th Annual Donor Recogniton Dinner

DENVER (Feb. 17, 2014) - "For Jean Barban, every day is a gift. 15 years ago her heart stopped." The annual Donor Recognition Dinner highlights inspiring stories of generosity and vision, but this year's event told a tale that went straight to the heart.

Marion Downs Hearing Center closer to new facility

Herman Jenkins, MD, Marion Downs, Donny Osmond and John Schneider

AURORA, Colo. (Jan. 28, 2014) - A family of famous entertainers has come together to help raise money for the Marion Downs Hearing Center. For the Osmond Family, helping those with hearing loss is a passion.

Augmented reality lifts awareness of nature preservation

CAM Digital Design class explores augmented reality project at Rocky Mountain Arsenal

DENVER (Jan. 21, 2013) - Imagine strolling along a wildlife refuge trail and finding a marker with a symbol of a bison. Pull out your smartphone or iPad and hold it up to the picture. Now look at the screen and see a 3-D bison roam across the landscape.

Bowlen credits CU Denver for shaping sports business expertise

John Bowlen credits CU Denver for shaping his sports business expertise

DENVER (Jan. 9, 2014) - John Bowlen kicked off his Denver Broncos career at age 10 as a ball boy. He has since worked in nearly every facet of the beloved franchise, and Bowlen points to CU Denver's MBA program for launching his current success.

Facilities Management adopts Paris Elementary for holidays

Staff of Facilities Management delivered 2,000 pounds of food and toys to Paris Elementary School

AURORA -- The Facilities Management Department teamed up with Paris Elementary School in Aurora to deliver almost 2,000 pounds of food and toys to the Paris community for the holidays.

Mini STEM School returns with even more lectures

Mini-STEM School returns for spring semester

DENVER - The popular Mini-STEM School at the University of Colorado Denver returns this spring with the addition of free evening lectures in arts and architecture.

Veterans’ Holiday Memories last into the New Year

AURORA, Colo. (Jan. 6, 2014) At “Adopt-a-Veteran,” CU Denver student veterans are surprised to learn how much they have in common with older vets.

Study of Medicaid patients seeking care in ERs

AURORA, Colo. (Dec. 30, 2013) – A study from the CU School of Medicine shows patients with Medicaid insurance seeking care in an emergency department may be driven by lack of alternatives instead of the severity of their illness.

New policing program installs Community Officers

DENVER (Dec. 19, 2013) - A community policing effort, or Neighborhood Community Officers (NCOs) program, was initiated and approved this fall on the Auraria Campus by campus leaders from each institution.

Housekeepers show powerful desire to learn

Graduates of a housekeeper tutorial program display certificates at CU Denver

DENVER (Dec. 12, 2013) - Tears gathered in the corners of Fabiana Martinez's eyes when she expressed her gratitude for Maricela Reyes, the student who showed her how to operate a computer.

Is Fort Lyon Shelter a sustainable solution for homeless?

CU Denver political science Professor Tony Robinson makes a point on homelessness at Buechner Breakfast

DENVER (Dec. 9, 2013) - Now that Colorado has converted a former prison into a housing and retraining facility for the homeless -- albeit 270 miles from Denver -- the question becomes: How do we sustain it?

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