Imagine a third-grade teacher in Davenport, Iowa with a problem. Now imagine a researcher in Denver, Colorado with a solution to that problem. Traditionally, those two individuals would never meet. Kent Seidel wants to change that.
<p>DENVER—A dinosaur museum is rising from the sandstone bluffs near Moab. Just as he did during a 30-year career at CU Denver, dinosaur footprints expert Martin Lockley, PhD, is leaving his imprint on the moon-like landscape of eastern Utah.</p>
Scott Harpin's association with Urban Peak, an organization dedicated to serving homeless youth in the Denver metro area and Colorado Springs, began in 2012.
AURORA, Colo.—Perhaps the most relentless advocate, and prodigious fundraiser, at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is someone who doesn't even work there—CU First Lady Marcy Benson.
Julie Bianco has been trying to lose weight for most of her adult life. Low-carb diets, calorie-counting diets, grapefruit diets—she’s tried too many diets to count. But now she’s on one that she’s convinced will work, permanently: the Colorado Diet.
Center of Preservation Research (CoPR) spent a week during summer 2012 gathering and recording image data from the rock, into which visitors have carved names and messages.
When he was 28 months old, on a holiday vacation on the east coast, Eli became seriously ill. He couldn’t keep any food down; he became dehydrated. For the first time ever, his parents heard him make one specific complaint.
A professional football player suits up for a Sunday night football game—donning pads, shoes, jersey and of course, to protect himself from concussion, his helmet.
It’s an exciting year for Joshua Sperling. Here’s what the civil engineering PhD student has on tap for 2012-2013: Travel to India on a Fulbright-Nehru Scholarship.