• Students study atmosphere at Arecibo facility

    Engineers get 'once-in-a-lifetime' experience at renowned Puerto Rico observatory

    Giant green lasers? Bouncing signals off the ionosphere? Mind control? All just another day’s work at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.… Full Story

    September 20, 2017
    Steven Vigil-Roach
    CU Denver students at Arecibo Observatory
  • Reporting in a dangerous world

    Veterans tap past lessons, from Panama to Pentagon Papers, during journalism talk

    As a Middle-East correspondent in the early ‘80s, David Ignatius crossed the rugged mountains and sniper zones of Lebanon, passing from West to East Beirut and seeking news tips from willing militias.… Full Story

    September 19, 2017
    Debra Melani
    Ignatius and Peng You, ICB Student’
  • CU Student Agency builds pipeline for jobs

    Innovative program gives CU Denver students real-world experience -- and some cash

    In today’s digital world, the needs for creative media – websites, videos, photos and logos – are exploding.… Full Story

    September 18, 2017
    Chris Casey
    CU Denver students tour Denver company
  • Studying the nuances of ‘sugaring’

    Grant enables professor to complete research on mutually beneficial relationships

    In 2016, Maren Scull, Ph.D., ran into a problem with her research study. Scull had interviewed 35 people, but with each subject she spoke to, she discovered more diversity and variety than expected.… Full Story

    September 7, 2017
    Jennifer Loyd
    Maren Scull, Ph.D.
  • Getting hands-on experience

    Yoo Joo Lee enjoyed research work at CU Anschutz on way to biology degree at CU Denver

    Yoo Joo (Jasmine) Lee, a spring 2017 graduate of CU Denver, says the research experience she gained at CU Anschutz as an undergraduate was invaluable.… Full Story

    August 16, 2017
    Guest Contributor
    CU Denver student Jasmine Lee
  • Building architects

    CAP camp attracts prospective future generation with project, taste of campus life

    Circular saws buzzed and the smell of sawdust filled the air, as 27 students from high schools across the West scurried about the annex of the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) on an overcast summer day, their intense focus a sign of a looming deadline ahead.… Full Story

    August 13, 2017
    Debra Melani
  • Blazing a path into health care

    Dr. French loves MBA in Health Administration program's applicability to his daily work

    Andrew French, MD, is the only member of his family to pursue a career in health care. At age 38, he’s already achieved a great deal, having been an emergency room physician and now the medical director of a busy emergency department that is also part of a major trauma center.… Full Story

    August 12, 2017
    Chris Casey
    Dr. Andrew French, CU Denver grad student
  • Prepared for the future

    CU Denver's first bioengineering undergraduates: Prepared for the future

    “We were all in it together.” That’s how Jacob Altholz, a recent CU Denver graduate, remembers his experience in the undergraduate bioengineering program, which is part of the College of Engineering and Applied Science with upper division courses taught on CU Anschutz Medical Campus.… Full Story

    July 4, 2017
    Steven Vigil-Roach
  • Deep dive into Cannabis Culture

    Students learn about the many ways fast-growing sector influences culture and individuals

    Her Maymester class on Cannabis Culture is intensive and challenging, but Nola Leggere looks forward to each session.… Full Story

    May 30, 2017
    Chris Casey
    Cannabis Culture Maymester field trip CU Denver