• Pitching in at Food Bank of the Rockies

    Human Resources delivers in a big way for CU in the Community

    The Food Bank of the Rockies has grown accustomed to large and enthusiastic teams from the CU Denver | Anschutz Human Resource Office pitching in vital volunteer hours to the cause of providing food to those in need.… Full Story

    August 29, 2017
  • ‘Taking a Stand in History’

    CU Denver comes alive with legendary pioneers for annual National History Day Colorado

    With a rainbow of confetti exploding above their heads, and the audience bursting into applause, three contestants of a staged game show held May 6 on the University of Colorado Denver campus were all pronounced winners.… Full Story

    May 10, 2017
    Guest Contributor
    National History Day, Milo in classroom
  • 50 years of building communities

    College of Architecture and Planning celebrates Colorado Center for Community Development’s golden anniversary

    At the University of Colorado Denver, “CU in the City” expresses a commitment to serve the community.… Full Story

    April 12, 2017
    Michael Davidson
    Regents Heidi Ganahl and Sue Sharkey
  • Should we worry about fake news?

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist helps answer this question

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Hedrick Smith told a large CU Denver audience that “filter bubbles” – algorithms that deliver bias-reinforcing information to news consumers – allow social media users to insulate themselves and continue believing and sharing fake news.… Full Story

    April 10, 2017
    Michael Satchell
    The crowd attending Fake News and Filter Bubbles: Overcoming our Informational Divide
  • New partnership grants early university admission to high schoolers

    The University of Colorado Denver and DSST Public Schools (originally known as the Denver School of Science and Technology) announced  a new partnership that automatically grants DSST students who, at the end of their junior year, have obtained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or more, conditional admission to the University of Colorado Denver.… Full Story

    March 14, 2017
    Emily Williams
  • A career of creating civic 'ecosystems'

    Alumnus uses education to create change in Colorado communities

    Bill Fulton is fascinated by ecosystems, but not the kind that immediately pop to mind—animals, plants, and landscapes coexisting in symbiotic balance.… Full Story

    February 2, 2017
    Jennifer Loyd
    The Civic Canopy facilitates community gardens and other projects
  • Horrell pays homage, gives a hand to homeless vets

    Chancellor and CU Denver leadership visit veteran services center as part of CU in the Community campaign

    During the middle of a busy day, University of Colorado Denver Chancellor Dorothy Horrell and about two dozen other CU Denver staff members were hard at work.… Full Story

    January 30, 2017
    Michael Davidson
    Horrell at the Veteran Services Center
  • Could the plastic water bottle disappear from campus?

    Members of the Students for Sustainability Club launch second semester with ambitious plans

    A sustainability club began as a class project and almost immediately members launched into indigenous people’s rights, sustainability discussions at the state Capitol, and plans to ban one-time-use water bottles on campus.… Full Story

    January 25, 2017
    Michael Satchell
    Water bottles
  • Welcome to CU Denver Alumni Today

    Dear alumni and friends, Welcome to the first edition of CU Denver Alumni Today, a digital newsletter designed to help you stay connected with your fellow alumni and to stay informed about exciting changes at CU Denver.… Full Story

    January 25, 2017
    Chancellor Horrell
  • Study abroad turns two students into ‘heroes’

    Helping refugees in Germany catapults students into the newspaper

    ​For the last two months of fall semester 2016, Alexander Peck and Max Dalton studied in Germany as part of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Sustainability in Berlin program led by Christoph Stefes, PhD.… Full Story

    January 20, 2017
    Guest Contributor
    Alexander Peck and Max Dalton