Please check back after August 21st for information about the 2017 Fall Semester Seminars.
It is with some sadness and great appreciation that the
Department is saying good-bye to our friend and colleague, Dr. Kent Nofsinger,
M.D. who will be rietiring at the end of the 2017 summer semester. Kent has been an integral part of the Department for 19 years teaching
and advising his students, sharing his vast experience as an Opthalmologist and giving valuable guidance to students seeking careers in the health professions and, he was always ready with a pun just when you need a good laugh. Kent says
he’s looking forward to some good fishing, quality grandson time and chasing a few eclipses here and
Enjoy your retirement Dr. Nofsinger, you will definitely be missed by the Department and your students!
Laurel Hartley's Graduate Student in CU Denver Today
Sara St. Onge's Research Highlights Wildlife With Focus on Education, Conservation
As city planners grapple with the fallout of explosive growth, eyeing its effect on everything from housing to highways, one University of Colorado Denver
graduate student hopes her recently-launched master’s project can make a
difference in the future of a vulnerable and often-stealthy metro-area
population: the critters that live among us.
Results of her first surveillance, thousands of photos shot by
strategically-placed motion-detection cameras, turned up everything from
Bambi and Wile E. Coyote to Woody Woodpecker and Pepe LePew. “I was
surprised by the skunk,” said Sarah St. Onge, who is working on her
degree in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Integrative Biology. “I just haven’t seen one in Colorado before, and there it was in the city.”
Please click here to read the full article in CU DENVER TODAY.