• 319 Reasons to Celebrate

    CU Denver’s DSF scholars honored at awards breakfast

    Elizabeth Cheng’s father was driven from Cambodia by genocide. Her mother was driven from Vietnam by war... Full Story

    April 6, 2017
    Amy Ventura
    DSF scholars
  • 'Nobel at Noon' explains self-eating cells, potential therapies

    Prize winner's research could be key to understanding Alzheimers, cancer and more

    A series of experiments in the 1990s that tested how humble yeast cells remove waste and toxic material could have started the journey that results in major breakthroughs in how cancer and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s are treated... Full Story

    November 15, 2016
    Michael Davidson
    CU Denver professor Chris Phiel during a presentation
  • THE CLIMB

    Jake Jabs Business Plan Competition announces finalists

    At Finals Night on Nov. 10, 2016, The Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) Business School announced the three collegiate and two community startup finalists that brought its 2016 business plan competition to an end... Full Story

    November 14, 2016
    Staff
    Jake Jabs presents check to CLIMB winners
  • CU Denver researchers garner awards

    Luncheon attendees honor grant winners for their 'passion and dedication'

    Calls for continued teamwork marked this fall’s Office of Research Services (ORS) awards ceremony, recognizing the outstanding exploration and creative activities on the CU Denver campus every day... Full Story

    October 13, 2016
    Guest Contributor
    Dorothy Horrell, David Engelke and Robert Damrauer
  • 'Women United'

    Chancellor Horrell honored at Mile High United Way luncheon

    At a recent Mile High United Way luncheon, Chancellor Dorothy Horrell was honored in a videotape presented by TIAA, sponsor of the “Women United” luncheon... Full Story

    October 10, 2016
    Guest Contributor
    Dorothy Horrell
  • 12 up-and-coming artists to watch

    Musicians with CAM ties rock their way to acclaim in Colorado and beyond

    As we move into the shank of the summer concert season, Colorado’s red-hot music scene seems to be reaching yet another peak... Full Story

    July 22, 2016
    Chris Casey
    One Flew West in concert
  • Counseling professor awarded Fulbright Scholar grant

    Shruti Poulsen to teach multi-cultural counseling in Turkey

    Shruti Poulsen, a professor and researcher at the University of Colorado Denver, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to teach family and marriage counseling at Özyeğin University in Istanbul, Turkey over the 2016-2017 academic year... Full Story

    July 14, 2016
    Emily Williams
  • More honors for Copper Nickel

    Poems chosen for Pushcart Prize XLI

    “The Antique Blacks,” a poem by Adrian Matejka, and “from Please Bury Me in This,” a poem by Allison Benis White—both published in Copper Nickel issue 20 (spring 2015)—have been chosen for inclusion in the Pushcart Prize XLI: Best of the Small Presses anthology, to be published by the Pushcart Press in November 2016... Full Story

    July 11, 2016
    Guest Contributor
    COPPER NICKEL 20 Cover
  • Poet explores the manifold mysteries of octopi

    Beer wins second Colorado Book Award for Poetry for 'The Octopus Game'

    When Nicky Beer, a poet, professor and self-proclaimed animal lover, walked into the Tennessee Aquarium she expected to be inspired by the colorful seahorses and weedy sea dragons that were on special exhibit... Full Story

    July 5, 2016
    Chris Casey
    Nicky Beer of CU Denver