A celebration in recognition of all participants in the CU System Be Colorado health assessment and health screenings is set for 1 to 3 p.m., Friday, Dec. 2, at the Lawrence Street Center Terrace Room.
Flu shots Nov. 3, 2011; 11 a.m. -1 p.m. in Lawrence Street Center, 14th floor, Chancellor's Conference Room. $20
The Colorado School of Public Health observed National Food Day on Oct. 24 as a special seminar: Food Policy in Colorado with Susan Motika.
Informational bulletin for students on the Denver Campus regarding a confirmed case of meningitis on the CU Boulder Campus.
Howie Movshovitz’s presentation, “Why Jean Renoir is the Best Filmmaker So Far,” was part of the Arts in Medicine Lecture Series at Anschutz Medical Campus on Oct. 10.
Jennifer Schuett survived a horrific attack and survived to share her story in a meeting with students in the the School of Public Affairs.
Health and Wellness Center hosts yoga session on the east lawn of Building 500 on the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Survey underway regarding Auraria class schedule.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Blank visits bioengineering lab at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Sept. 23, 2011.
New University of Colorado Denver Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Raul Cardenas comes from a family of educators.
Former U.S. Attorney General Gonzales spoke at Tivoli Turnhalle regarding his role in the George W. Bush Administration 'war on terror.'
The CU College of Nursing recently hosted 16 nursing students and six faculty from the Japanese Red Cross Hiroshima College of Nursing.
As the ‘first Friday’ in this year’s Buechner Breakfast series, School of Public Affairs Dean Paul Teske moderated the Sept. 2 discussion dealing with the Federal Debt in the Future and Colorado’s Consequences.
At a August 25 news conference, Chancellor Jerry Wartgow introduced Denver Mayor Michael Hancock who announced the Denver Education Compact aimed at enhancing and improving education.
South Korean government-sponsors students to enroll in CU Denver's Accelerated Masters of Public Affairs.
Welcome Week activities on the Denver Campus with Auraria included Catch the Vapor featuring live music, information booths and free food for students.
Student Life organized volunteers to help students move in to Campus Village Apartments to begin fall semester.
Career Center hosts Employer & Faculty breakfast August 16, 2011.
Business School's Linda Theus-Lee named Employee of the Month by Staff Council, August 2011.
LABCOATS community service project July 30, 2011
Center for Bioethics & Humanities has moved to AO1
Babies born prematurely who've beaten the odds with the support of their families as well as the doctors, nurses and other team members in the University of Colorado Hospital NICU gathered in General's Park on the Anschutz Medical Campus.
On July 20, the university honored more than 250 employees for service of five to 30 years during a luncheon in the Trivisible Conference Room of Research 2 on the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Cole Middle School students visit Auraria Campus to study sustainability - 7/22/11.
The farmers’ market concept has been added to neighborhood activities around the Anschutz Medical Campus. The City of Aurora struck a deal with the operators of a farmers’ market concept to open in Generals’ Park at Colfax and Quentin.
The project to move our University of Colorado Denver l Anschutz Medical Campus website into a content management system has been in progress for more than three years. Now, we are on the verge of unveiling a totally new, branded homepage.
The UC Denver Experiential Learning Center (ELC) facilitates hundreds of internships each year. ELC awarded the 2010-11 Outstanding Intern of the Year to Anne Mailhot, undergraduate biology.
Art in Science/Science in Art is a juried exhibition of images created by University of Colorado affiliated scientists and artists. It opened June 28 in the Health Sciences Library 3rd floor Gallery and Reading Room, on the Anschutz Medical Campus.
University Web Services (UWS) upgrades the www.ucdenver.edu website from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 over the weekend of June 24-26, 2011.
June 26, 2011 - Denver Mayor Guillermo (Bill) Vidal kicked off The Colon Cancer Alliance’s Denver Undy 5000 5K run June 25 at City Park. Almost 1,300 people wearing underwear, boxer shorts or silly costumes participated in the event.
Campuses encourage Bike to Work Day participation, June 22, 2011.
New CU Systen faculty/staff portal intro. Beginning in July, University Information Systems will begin implementing a new employee portal to replace the present one, my.cu.edu, for all CU faculty and staff.
The Fitzsimons Early Learning Center’s information for families who may want/need to use the services.
Graduation at Anschutz Medical Campus May 27, 2011 in the Boettcher Commons with additional events across campus.
Experiencial Learning Center hosts event on April 29 for students and local businesses.
To coincide with commencement-week activities, visitors may notice a higher CU visual presence around the Anschutz Medical Campus.
DENVER, CO (May 19, 2011) - Chantel Astler accepted the Presidential Award for Excellence on Wednesday, May 18, 2011. Astler received her M.A. in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Education & Human Development.
Denver (May 18, 2011) - Goldrick Elementary School students had the chance to meet and talk to local guest speakers about their careers as part of the University of Colorado Denver School of Education & Human Development’s Legacy Project on May 13.
Denver Campus commencement May 14, 2011 on Auraria Field. 2100 grads. Denver Mayor Vidal honored.
College of Nursing (CON) and the Nursing Alumni Association marked National Nurses Week, May 6-12, 2011
On Friday, May 13, the day before graduation, 24 senior engineering design projects were on display at the University of Colorado Denver Engineering Student Design Competition.
Campus Village student residents donate 13 boxes of items shipped for distribution to tornado victims at the U of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Festivities and fun organized on Auraria Campus by students to observe Cinco de Mayo.
Social class is often an invisible element of diversity, but in higher education it plays a significant part in the experience and identity of students, staff and faculty.
School of Pharmacy invites public to drop off at Anschutz Medical Campus unused, unwanted, outdated perscription medications and associated items.
Global Cities Forum speaker: post-Katrina lessons for education.
Event at Anschutz Medical Campus in observance of Earth Day 2011.
The university has installed emergency defibrillators at both campuses that can be used in a medical emergency such as a heart attack.
To celebrate National Library Week 2011, the Health Sciences Library staff decked out 4 library bookcarts themed ‘Pimp My Bookcart’ -- a parody of television’s “Pimp My Ride.”
Scholarly and creative works of students from the Denver and Anschutz Medical campuses were on display.
Students at the University of Colorado Denver are collecting donations to help victims in Japan.
Students joined the rally to raise awareness of interpersonal, sexual and stalking violence and the ways in which they can help their friends identify red flags in their relationships.
On College Friday, April 8, white T-shirts emblazoned with our new logo and word mark were seen across both the Denver and Anschutz Medical campuses.
Through the Alternative Spring Break program, two groups headed to New Mexico: One team went to Albuquerque and the other to Santa Fe.
The new interlocking university-wide CU logo highlighting our brand is continuing to show up in some very visible locations.
Awarenss raising for prevention of abuse in relationships. The Phoenix Center
Students from the criminal justice program at the School of Public Affairs faced a familiar choice: negotiate a plea bargain or go to trial.
Sand Creek: These words have become synonymous with perhaps the most infamous and insidious incident in Colorado history.
The CFD is encouraging all who are interested to take part in a faculty digital storytelling workshop offered May 16-18 in Denver by the Center for Digital Storytelling.
March 17 was Match Day, a celebration where 140 School of Medicine fourth-year students met their “match.”
An already warm pre-spring day got red hot as students, faculty, guest artists, and members of the local community gathered to create works of art cast in iron.
University of Colorado Cancer Center experts participated in a colorectal cancer awareness call-in line at Channel 7 between 4 and 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 8.
Sheridan Health Services celebrated its grand opening on Friday, March 11.
The university is adding emphasis to building relationships with business leaders and local communities with the addition of Leanna Clark as special assistant to the chancellor for community engagement.
Shane Gilbert, executive director of Come Let’s Dance, spoke of hope and change starting with African youth in Uganda.
University leaders joined Denver Campus student government leaders March 11 at an event to sign into effect a new University of Colorado Denver Student Government Association (UCDSGA) constitution.
Panelists outlined Twain‘s life, from working in a print shop to being river boat pilot to working in the mines. “I was not a very good miner,” Twain (Bingham) chimed into the conversation. “I did not like to work that hard.”
UCD's Black Staff and Faculty Affinity Group celebrated the triumphs, examined the injustices and honored the history shared by African Americans across the country.
Celebrating the competition’s 10th anniversary, the Bard Center is forging ahead with even more opportunities and prizes for the University of Colorado’s best ideas.
Find your passion and follow it. That is the message the Rev. Run instilled in hundreds of students and guests Tuesday, Feb. 22, at the PE Event Center on the Auraria Campus.
Approximately 120 High School students were introduced to prospective careers in biomedicine and cancer research on Feb. 18 at the second annual Learn about Cancer Day.
Addressing a packed house at the University of Colorado Denver’s Lawrence Street Center on Feb. 18, Canadian Ambassador to the United States Gary Doer was the featured speaker for the Robert Reynolds Distinguished Lecture.
The Health Professionals Fair at the Tivoli attracted hundreds who wanted to weigh their career options and explore health field alternatives.
The University of Colorado Denver introduced Montbello High School students to the experiences and lives of urban youth from around the world.
Last Friday night, the Fitzsimons Village Developer Corporex oversaw installation of an enclosed public pedestrian bridge connecting the Anschutz Medical Campus north of Colfax Avenue to the new Fitzsimons Village located on the south side.
On a cold February night, more than 150 women attended the Cocktails for a Cure event at the Soiled Dove in Lowry, proving that snow and slush are no match for a good cause.
On the Anschutz Medical Campus, the program provided free dental treatment for more than 250 children without access to dental care.
Samantha Ortiz, PhD, has been chosen interim associate vice chancellor for student affairs at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus.
A recent study that re-ranked the top female academic stars in criminology and criminal justice positions SPA's Angela Gover at No. 2 or 3 in the nation.
Warm weather and sunshine aside, 14 students and three staff from the University of Colorado Denver opted out of relaxing during winter break and opted in to helping others out.
The drilling you’ll soon hear in the School of Dental Medicine won’t all be about filling teeth. Construction will get under way at the end of January to expand the third and fourth floors.
As traditional news media have cut coverage of health care and policy, the School of Public Affairs has stepped up to fill the void, creating Solutions, a website and weekly electronic newsletter.
To help your unit move forward with branding, we have published the Brand Identity Standards website at: www.ucdenver.edu/brand.
“The Real History of Rock ‘n’ Roll” is taught by some of the people who made rock history.
The University of Colorado system kicks off the New Year by rolling out the long-awaited brand work. A communicators’ summit will be held Thursday, Jan. 6.
The day before graduation, 14 senior engineering design projects were on display at the University of Colorado Denver Engineering Student Design Open House.
Maintaining a healthy spine, the best prenatal care, understanding breast cancer and overcoming chronic illnesses were only a few of the research topics presented at the 25th annual Student Research Forum.
The air outside was cool and crisp, but inside the Colorado Convention Center on Dec. 18 the air was filled with excitement.
Signing Santa Claus made a special visit December 4 to the Anschutz Medical Campus for the holiday party at University of Colorado Hospital’s Marion Downs Hearing Center.
The UC Denver Office of Research Development and Education (ORDE) has purchased a one-year subscription to a very informative newsletter, the PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR ADVISOR.
The UC Denver ethics debate team earned its championship status, and the right to compete in the National Championship.
For the third consecutive year, Danny Felipe-Morales has gathered blankets and socks over the holiday season to donate to homeless and women and children's shelters. Felipe-Morales truly lives the spirit of "Giving Back."
The Auraria Campus wants to know how students, faculty and staff regularly get to campus.
The tax year end is fast approaching. Donors will appreciate help in expediting their contributions so they are able to claim the tax credits they expect.
My name is Jessica and I am a student at UC Denver. I first entered college 18 years ago full of hope and little else.
On Wednesday, Dec. 1, a new custodial contractor, Aztec Facility Services, will begin providing services to our campuses.
Energy savings technology was not part of the original construction of Research 1 on Anschutz Medical Campus, but it is now.
As the Complete College Colorado campaign enters its fourth and final week, it’s important for those in higher education to reach out to individuals who have college credit, but no degrees.
It takes an exceptional individual to advise and assist an international scholar in successfully reaching this goal. It takes a person like Betsy Bedient.
The Health Center at Auraria is offering free vaccines for Auraria-based students to protect against the meningococcal bacteria. Students based on the Anschutz Medical Campus should contact their personal health care providers for vaccine availability.
Matt Kailey, local writer, teacher, and transgender activist, discusses how we can address transgender issues in our curricula and classrooms, 10-11:15 a.m.
In Colorado, more than 600,000 people have earned college credit but have not finished their degrees.
On Nov. 11, 2010, in honor of Veterans Day and the 55th anniversary of President Eisenhower’s discharge from Fitzsimons Army Hospital the rededication of the suite was celebrated.
The Office of International Affairs, UC Denver and the Auraria Library hosted the Symposium on Diversity and Campus Internationalization.
A strategy was adopted by campus leadership to maximize the amount of space available at times that are most useable to faculty on the Auraria Campus.
CU President Bruce Benson focused his remarks on the funding challenges currently facing the university.
The University of Colorado College of Nursing and the Community College of Aurora held a reception Nov. 4 to celebrate the launch of the new Integrated Nursing Pathway Program.
Chancellor Jerry Wartgow spoke on the state of the university to about 25 honorees at the 2010 Alumni Award Reunion Luncheon
Xicotencatl Loza, a junior at the University of Colorado Denver, was chosen among the 2010 Obama Scholars.
It is the season of giving and that means the Colorado Combined Campaign at the University of Colorado Denver is in high gear. Again this year we are going green with a paperless campaign.
From Austin Powers to Pocahontas and Tinker Bell, 13 costumed pharmacy students brought hours of ghoulish fun to hospitalized children and their families at The Children’s Hospital.
More than one-third of this year's American Indian students being honored are from the University of Colorado Denver.
In its third year, the Faculty Learning Community (FLC) continues to be a forum that encourages educators to discuss lots of online education topics and that demonstrates tools and technologies that support teaching and learning.
Eight University of Colorado Denver students participated in the Election Fellows Program in hopes of seeing an increase of students involved in the voting process in the Nov. 2 election.
On the evening of Oct. 20, a free multi-media event featuring stories of abuse and hope was presented at the Wells Fargo Theatre in Denver in honor of 10 years of vitally important work by the Center on Domestic Violence.
On Wednesday, Oct. 20, several hundred students, faculty and staff on the Auraria Campus alone spoke out as advocates, 'coming out as an ally' in support of GLBTQ youth.
Those who haven’t visited the CU Building on the corner of Lawrence and 14th streets downtown lately will be surprised, and pleasantly so. Gone are the dark hallways, cement walk areas, heavy metal storage areas and old tiles.
Three candidates vying to serve as Colorado’s next governor made up one of several hosted by UC Denver’s School of Public Affairs (SPA).
UC Denver leadership announced this week that Jeff Parker has officially accepted the job as vice chancellor for administration and finance at the University of Colorado Denver.
CU Online staff Patrick Lowenthal and David Thomas recently published “Death to the Dropbox: Rethinking Student Privacy and Public Performance” in the Educause Quarterly.
Three years running and STEMapalooza is stronger than ever as the Friday-Saturday STEM showcase welcomed more than 11, 000 students and adults, more than 8,000 on the first day alone.
Engaging incoming students in active learning and impactful activities right off the bat is critical for student success and improved student retention.
This workshop is designed for those new to teaching will address the fundamentals of course design and more.
The “Friends of the University of Colorado and Dar Al-Hekma College,” a $1 million endowment gift from University alumnus Zuhair Fayez, will facilitate a collaborative exchange between the College of Architecture and Planning and Dar Al-Hekma College.
The demand for cancer treatment and services at the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) has doubled in 10 years. UCH on the Anschutz Medical Campus broke ground Oct. 4 for an expansion of the Anschutz Cancer Pavilion.
More than 45 of the 102 new UC Denver faculty members got to know each other, the administrators, some deans and the university a little better at the fourth annual New Faculty Welcome Reception.
The debut of “Behind the Curtain” was Monday, Sept. 27, at Invesco Field at Mile High. About 160 women gathered for a chance to learn more about prostate cancer in a comfortable, enjoyable atmosphere.
UC Denver is showcasing Colorado’s rich Hispanic history through a collection of photos and three influential films.
'What Would You Do?' is the title of the ABC Television Network program hosted by John Quinones but it also could be a symbolic seque of this journalist’s own life.
Francine Olivas-Zarate, program assistant for the Department of English, was chosen Staff Council Employee of the Month.
Danielle Locust, a biology and premed student at the Denver Campus, was honored by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Summer Program in the Neurological Sciences.
The School of Public Affairs will present a series of pre-election debates Oct. 11-15 on the races for U.S. Senate, the governor’s office, the University of Colorado Board of Regents and the measures appearing on the Nov. 2 election ballot.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Baby Haven was held Sept. 13 at the Fort Logan Campus.
Connecting the leaders of today and tomorrow in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education and business, University of Colorado Denver STEMapalooza opens its doors on October 8 and 9 at the Colorado Convention Center to welcome the public.
“There are a lot of different ways to get recognized,” Chancellor Jerry Wartgow told honorees and attendees, “but the fact that you are being recognized by your peers is the ultimate recognition.”
Provost Nairn: "I am pleased to announce that Dr. Barry Shur has accepted our offer to become the next Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Colorado Denver."
At a reception in August, the Alumni Association gave more than $118,000 in scholarship funds to 44 students on the Denver Campus.
Expect traffic congestion at I-225 and Colfax Sept. 14-15. FAStracks meeting Sept. 15, TCH.
Dozens of new students leapt at the chance to make the Denver Campus more beautiful, promote local produce and practice their kiting skills.
Assistive Technology Partners (ATP) at the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Medicine provided hands-on, interactive video gaming fun to 21 children ages 3-17 with disabilities at the second annual “AbleGames.”
UC Denver is home to the first Bioengineering Department in the state. Bioengineering, a marriage of engineering and medicine, is an application of engineering principles and techniques to medical and biological fields
Convocation, an annual event welcoming students, started with a processional from Campus Village and ended with a barbecue at 9th Street Park.
Faculty, staff and students gathered Friday with state and local officials and other well wishers to dedicate the addition to the Auraria Science Building.
In its fifth year, Campus Village, adjacent to the Denver Campus, welcomed its newest residents.
The Dinner in White raised more than $24,000 for the Anschutz Medical Campus Cancer Fund to benefit the University of Colorado Cancer Center.
Celebrating nearly a century of educating the next generation of pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists, the School of Pharmacy (SOP) will welcome about 159 students at its White Coat Ceremony 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 20, in Education 2 South.
The commitment, dedication and skills of the faculty at the University of Colorado Denver are unparalleled. The most outstanding of these faculty on the Denver Campus will be honored at a ceremony 3-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10.
CU Online is proud to announce it was awarded a prestigious Telly Award – well technically three Telly Awards, but who’s counting – for recent promotional videos.
The UC Denver Student and Community Counseling Center is offering free workshops aimed at enabling people to ‘Think Strong’ when confronting emotional and situational challenges.
Fulbright applications must be started by Aug. 2
University of Colorado Denver completed its massive 2½-year web redevelopment project on time and on budget July 31.
The Phoenix Center provides interpersonal violence victim services, prevention education and training on the Auraria Campus.
Zach Repasky, senior in the Digital Animation Center (DAC) in the College of Arts and Media, will get to learn from the creators of blockbuster movies at Pixar.
As most faculty and staff are aware, Integrated Student Information System (ISIS) training courses are offered via SkillPort through my.cu.edu. The steps for accessing these ISIS training courses recently changed.
The American College of Physician Executives recently awarded Fellowship—one of its highest levels of achievement—to Dr. Robert Enzenauer.
Freshmen, transfer students and parents flock to orientation before the fall semester begins at the University of Colorado Denver.
UC Denver student Jonah Wright’s exhibit is on display at the Auraria Library gallery through July 31. His work pays homage to the beauty and solitude of the night and includes 29 photographic prints taken in the late hours of the city’s nightscape.
Make sure your paperwork is in order for fall reserves at the Auraria Library.
In Latitude, the Center for Faculty Development Newsletter, Kenny Wolf explains the value of using rubrics to enable students to better understand what is expected of them in any given course.
The Center for Faculty Development launched videos and documents that educate and reflect the importance, multiple uses and varied dynamics of rubrics in traditional and online courses.
Mary Connelly, assistant professor in the College of Arts & Media, uses art in rubrics by setting parameters for her students then allowing them to fill in the blanks.
The lack of one-on-one interaction can be an obstacle when teaching an online course. That’s why an easy-to-read, easy-to-find rubric is a must.
Lori Catalano was an early adopter and advocate for rubrics because of her interest in developing strategies to improve the quality of student learning in design studio.
Ronica Rooks, PhD, sees herself as a rubric novice after using the same rubric for the past three years. As Rooks progresses with the implementation of rubrics, she has come to discover their attributes.
Welcome Week on the Denver Campus, Aug. 18-22, has become a growing tradition, with students being greeted and treated to activities from barbecues to casino night to a welcome dance.
Rafael Moreno, assistant professor of geography in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has found that using rubrics in his Sustainability in Resources Management course is actually liberating for his students.