• CU Denver welcomes bright new students

    Recipients of the Bob Kossman Scholarship and Comcast Founder's Scholarship join the CU Denver campus

    Each school year brings with it a freshman class filled with talented and accomplished students.… Full Story

    September 21, 2017
    Steven Vigil-Roach
    Anmol Singh, CU Denver scholarship recipient
  • Alumnus, and pilot, flies to rescue after Harvey

    Engineering graduate volunteers to deliver aid in wake of Texas hurricane

    After Hurricane Harvey hit south Texas, people were stuck in towns without clean water – or passable roads through which they could get clean water.… Full Story

    September 13, 2017
    Sarah Tanksalvala
    CU Denver alumnus James Rice
  • Former singer, soldier and cop moves into state leadership role

    Alumnus says MPA program gave him skills to serve on leadership team of Department of Human Services

    Adventure finds Anthony Gherardini and he has the career to prove it. Gherardini, who earned a Master of Public Administration degree from CU Denver, has been a singer, soldier, police officer and is now deputy executive director of the Colorado Department of Human Services.… Full Story

    August 24, 2017
    Kathleen Bohland
    Gherardini, left, with his Colorado Army National Guard unit
  • Apply for tuition waiver benefit by Sept. 6

    Tuition Waiver Benefit applications accepted until Sept. 6 for CU Denver, CU Anschutz fall courses

    If employees or their dependents want to use the tuition waiver benefit for University of Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus Fall 2017 courses, electronic applications will be accepted until Sept.… Full Story

    August 17, 2017
    Guest Contributor
    CU tuition waiver dependent benefit now on all four campuses
  • The view from Everest

    GEM student leads off 2017 climbing season with successful ascent

    When Martin Christensen took a break from his studies in the Business School’s Global Energy Management (GEM) program, he didn’t mention to anyone why he needed a leave of absence.… Full Story

    August 13, 2017
    Vicki Hildner
  • Preparation is key for alumnus

    Denver Police Department Capt. John W. Burbach III believes in being prepared

    John W. Burbach, a law enforcement professional for 34 years, knew early that preparation and dedication led to success.… Full Story

    August 13, 2017
    Kathleen Bohland
  • World-class karate athlete sets sights on Olympics

    CU Denver student hopes to represent U.S. when sport debuts at Tokyo 2020

    CU Denver offers a growing Club Sports program, and now it’s home to an elite athlete who is making a serious bid to compete in the 2020 Olympics.… Full Story

    August 13, 2017
    Chris Casey
    CU Denver student and karate athlete Kamran Madani
  • Learning for Life

    Alumna treasures college years, finds inspiration for living beyond health battles

    Video:  Sabrina Walker, CU Denver alumna, received the  2017 Michael Brennan Courage Award from the Boomer Esiason Foundaton.… Full Story

    August 13, 2017
    Debra Melani
  • A leader of leaders

    Alumnus followed others to find fulfillment in leadership

    Adam Goodman became an expert in what makes a good leader by becoming a good follower. In his early 20s, he followed his heart to move to Colorado—and the University of Colorado Boulder—from his boyhood home in Florida.… Full Story

    August 13, 2017
    Bill St. John
  • Love of history propels alumna to mountain museum post

    'My master's was perfect for this position,' says director of Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum

    Shelley Popke feels a kind of kinship with people who come into the Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum looking for stories and insights into their high-country forebears.… Full Story

    August 13, 2017
    Chris Casey
    Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum