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.
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.
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.
DENVER (April 29, 2015) – A new study by researchers at the University of Colorado Denver Business School, found that colleges and universities typically get what they pay for when it comes to hiring top tier football coaches.
AURORA, Colo. (April 21, 2015) – Children at risk for type 1 diabetes, who were given daily doses of oral insulin, developed a protective immune response to the disease which could lay the groundwork for a vaccine against the chronic illness.
DENVER (March 10, 2015) – As branding and advertising creep into nearly every facet of life, a new study from the University of Colorado Denver shows it’s now making substantial inroads into popular music.
DENVER (Feb. 9, 2015) – A new book by Dr. Amy Hasinoff, a professor of Communication at CU Denver, examines the social conversations around sexting.
DENVER (Jan. 28, 2015) – Cities that host bike-to-work events as their sole effort to increase commuter travel by bicycle may be missing a larger -- perhaps more valuable -- opportunity, according to a study led by CU Denver.
DENVER (Jan. 26, 2015) – As major accounting companies increasingly outsource audit work to other firms, a new study from the CU Denver Business School says greater transparency is needed to help investors assess the quality of those audits.
DENVER (Jan. 20, 2015) – CU Denver researchers studying how the region would react to a sudden spike in gas prices, found those living closest to their work, in areas with better multi-modal infrastructure would be the most resilient.
DENVER (Jan.13, 2015) – Small businesses are prepared to adopt workplace wellness programs and, based on the kinds of health risks facing employees, are a good target for such health interventions.
DENVER – New research from the University of Colorado Denver shows that women who experience racial discrimination while pregnant suffer significant health impacts that are passed on to their infants.
DENVER (Oct. 29, 2014) - The severe flooding that devastated a wide swath of Colorado last year might have been less destructive if the bridges, roads and other infrastructure had been upgraded or modernized, according to a new study from CU Denver.
AURORA, Colo. (Oct. 28, 2014) - Spero M. Manson, PhD, is part of a collaborative team that was awarded a $19 million National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) grant for a “Diverse Biomedical Workforce” from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
DENVER (Oct. 15, 2014) - America's streets are designed with an inherent bias toward the needs of automobiles, ignoring those of cyclists, public transit and pedestrians, a new study from CU Denver shows.
DENVER (Oct. 14, 2014) - University of Colorado Denver Associate Anthropology Professor Charles Musiba has been appointed to an international team of advisors dedicated to creating a museum complex showcasing a collection of ancient footprints.
DENVER—The Office of Research Services (ORS) at the University of Colorado Denver celebrated its first "class" of ORS grant awardees with a breakfast on Sept. 26.
DENVER—The U.S. Department of Education has designated the University of Colorado Denver as a Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) for 2014-2018, putting CU Denver among an elite group of 17 U.S. university awardees.
DENVER—A trove of ancient bones is as irresistible as it gets for an anthropologist. That's why Charles Musiba, PhD, jumped at the call to join an elite group of researchers in South Africa for the Rising Star Expedition.
DENVER (Aug. 20, 2014) - Women who are poor have higher cortisol levels in pregnancy and give birth to infants with elevated levels of the stress hormone, putting them at greater risk for serious disease later in life, according to a CU Denver study.