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Key access roads closed

Detour

AURORA, Colo. (June 20, 2014) - Construction work around the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus will likely mean some traffic tie-ups beginning June 25, 2014.

Traffic Alert: Montview Blvd. Closing June 25, 2014

AURORA, Colo. (June 19, 2014) - Montview Boulevard will be closed between Victor Street and Fitzsimons Parkway June 25 through July 25, 2014, as part of the VA Hospital construction project.

Today takes a summer break

(May 28, 2017) - Starting the week of June 9, 2014, the e-newsletter Today will go on hiatus for the summer.

College of Nursing campaign unveiled

Campaign unveiled during National Nurses Week

AURORA, Colo. (May 14, 2014) - CU College of Nursing faculty, staff and students gathered May 9 to celebrate the profession and roll out an official new image campaign at the National Nurses Week Celebration and Ice Cream Social.

Employee philanthropists thanked at luncheon

Professors and development officers at CU Denver celebrate employee philanthropy at luncheon

DENVER (April 28, 2014)—If you want to make your time at CU Denver even more rewarding than it already is, consider giving back. That was the message delivered at the CU Denver Faculty/Staff/Retiree luncheon April 25.

Success stories abound at Boots to Suits celebration

Izzy Abbass speaks at the Boots to Suits Salute on April 9 at Sullivan's Steak House in Denver.

DENVER (April 15, 2014)—Aaron Torres is one of the many success stories produced by Boots to Suits, the innovative CU Denver program that helps veterans transition into civilian careers.

CU receives warm welcome from south Denver community

Sky Ridge Medical Center CEO Maureen Tarrant talks about the benefits of CU's arrival at the south Denver reception

PARKER, Colo.(April 7, 2014)—The University of Colorado received a warm welcome from the south Denver community at a reception to announce the university's arrival in the fast-growing region.

Groundbreaking next step for bioscience partnership

Chancellor Elliman speaking at the Bioscience groundbreaking

AURORA, Colo. (April 4, 2014) - The groundbreaking in Aurora for the new Bioscience 2 building was held on the Fitzsimons side of the Anschutz Medical Campus.

Smith named executive director of CU's south Denver expansion

Tony Smith is the new executive director of CU's south Denver expansion

PARKER, Colo.—Tony Smith thrives on helping students to reach their full potential. He also loves chatting with employers about workforce needs. So he jumped at the chance to lead the CU's forward-thinking expansion into south Denver.

Philanthropy at Work: Sonja Foss

Sonja Foss

DENVER (April 3, 2014) - A bequest from CU Denver Communications Professor Sonja Foss will enable graduate students and faculty members to attend conferences, visit archives, complete study abroad semesters, and fill key departmental operational needs.

Westword names Academic Building Best New Denver Building

CU Denver's new Academic Building at Larimer and Speer already receiving strong reviews

DENVER—It's still months from opening, but already accolades are pouring in for the University of Colorado Denver Academic Building. Westword named the Academic Building "Best New Building in Denver."

Anschutz Medical Campus safe following shooting incident

Breaking News

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

Alzheimer's research highlighted at CU Advocacy Day

Dr. Huntington Potter of CU School of Medicine talks about Alzheimer's research at CU at the Capitol day

DENVER—Alzheimer's disease is a "tsunami which will sink us," Dr. Huntington Potter of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Center, told a large audience at CU Advocacy Day at the state Capitol on Monday.

All arrows point upward for Office of Admissions

Student ambassador Jeffrey Dang, left, leads a tour of the CU Denver campus, including a walk down Larimer Square

DENVER(March 17, 2014)—Chris Dowen, assistant vice chancellor of undergraduate admissions and K-12 outreach, describes admissions work at the university as an evolving journey.

CU Denver 'Thank-a-ton'

Milo calling in Thank-a-thon

DENVER (March 4, 2014) – The CU Denver Development Office is hosting the 2nd Annual Thank-a-Thon this week. Volunteers call donors who have supported University programs and efforts.

CU expands to south metro Denver

The Wildlife Experience courtyard

The University of Colorado and The Wildlife Experience, the largest cultural institution in Douglas County, will collaborate to allow CU to begin offering classes in south metro Denver in fall 2014.

CU regents approve sale of former health sciences campus

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Feb. 20, 2014) The University of Colorado Board of Regents today approved the sale of CU’s former Health Sciences Center in Denver to Continuum Partners, a Denver-based developer, for $30 million.

Advertising campaign puts spotlight on schools and colleges

Print advertising is part of CU Denver spring phase of Learn with Purpose advertising campaign

DENVER (Jan. 23, 2014) - The "Learn with Purpose" advertising campaign that's got people buzzing and given CU Denver a signature brand moves into a new phase this spring that will build awareness of our schools and colleges.

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.

More than 1,300 graduate at Fall Commencement

Natasha Lujan celebrates graduation from CU Denver with daughter Sienna and mother Michelle Bianchi

DENVER (Dec. 16, 2013) - Natasha Lujan brushed away tears when asked to describe her feelings at the University of Colorado Denver Fall Commencement on Saturday.

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