In this episode, Professor Storm Gloor (College of Arts and Media) discusses his background and what motivates him (it's the same thing) and his expertise and prestige in the music industry.
More than 150 public health practitioners and obesity experts from the spectrum of the health industry, academia and research gathered on Thursday, Nov. 12 for the Colorado School of Public Health’s one-day symposium on obesity and public health.
DENVER—They turned the Terrace Room into the Terror Room.
Halloween once again attracted an assortment of ghouls, zombies, witches, zombies, engineers and more zombies to the second-floor chamber of horrors in Lawrence Street Center.
Arlen Meyers, MD, MBA, talks about the ways he combines his business and his medical background to help more patients.
CU Denver’s Administrative Leadership and Policy Studies program (ALPS) has quadrupled in size in the last two years thanks to its relevant curriculum and cohorts, emphasis on leadership in diverse settings and its reasonable cost.
Pamela Jansma, most recently professor and dean of the College of Science at The University of Texas at Arlington, has been serving as the new dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences since September 9
EDU is housed in a brightly painted, expansive space on the ground level of the Denver Place North Tower at 988 18th St. At an opening reception on Sept. 23, local educators wandered through the conference and meeting rooms and began doing exactly what ED
In this episode, Professor Blair Gifford talks about his involvement with the Haiti relief efforts and the difference him and his students were able to make.
The numbers tell the story. During the four-month State of Slim Campus Challenge, sponsored by the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, employees, faculty and students from the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and from CU Denver lost a total of 1,736 pounds.