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  1. Community news briefs: Oct. 13Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times

    State Street south of Platte Avenue will be closed to all traffic on Tuesday, Oct. 13, as excavation and storm sewer repairs are completed. The closure is only expected to affect a short stretch of State Street south of the intersection with Platte, but no traffic will be permitted to turn from Platte southbound onto State.


  2. Teaching Legally Armed Students Is Not What Many College Professors Signed Up ForRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New York Magazine

    The idea that our students would bring guns to our offices and classrooms was never part of the deal when we considered going into this field. A professor emeritus at the University of Texas at Austin very publicly quit this week in response to a new state law that allows students to bring their handguns into all classrooms and offices - including his 500-person introductory economics lectures.


  3. Leukotriene B4 Activates Pulmonary Artery Adventitial Fibroblasts in...Read the original story

    Monday Oct 5 | Circulation

    From the VA Palo Alto Health Care System, Palo Alto, CA ; Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine , Department of Immunology and Rheumatology , and Department of Pediatrics , Stanford University School of Medicine, CA; Department of Internal Medicine, Victoria Johnson Center for Obstructive Lung Diseases and Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Division, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond ; Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Health Systems, Ann Arbor ; and Department of Pediatrics, Cardiovascular Pulmonary Research Laboratories, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, Aurora .


  4. Three Denver Students to Receive Colorado I Have A Dream(R) Foundation Summit AwardsRead the original story

    Friday Oct 9 | Sys-Con Media

    The CIHAD accolade honors program participants, affectionately called Dreamers, who have excelled academically, triumphed over personal obstacles, and demonstrated a personal commitment to the betterment of community. Aguilar-Velazquez, a Dreamer in the Records-Rainaldi Class of 2018, was the only student selected from her grade level at school to participate in the highly competitive High School High Scholar program in Carbondale, which provides a three-year residential learning environment in mathematics and sciences for students traditionally underrepresented in these fields.


  5. Women in Science: What Explains Gaps? Part IRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 9 | Psychology Today

    This is a guest post by Dr. Stephanie Meyer , offered in response to my call for women willing to write guest posts that contest the "narratives of oppression and victimization" that dominate social psychology and the social sciences. She earned her Ph.D. from the Department of Physics at CU Boulder in 2011 and is currently a research associate at the University of Colorado Denver.


  6. Re-3 give green light for feasibility study on Middle SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 9 | Fort Morgan Times

    ... that allows the district to spend up to $15,000 to have a group of students from the University of Colorado Denver's University Technical Assistance Program conduct the feasibility study. The MOU is between the school district, the University of ...


  7. Personal & Professorial Ethics: Does Turpitude Trump Tenure?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 9 | Psychology Today

    ... moral turpitude? What do you think? Why? Mitch Handelsman is a professor of psychology at the University of Colorado Denver. With Samuel Knapp and Michael Gottlieb, he is the co-author of Ethical Dilemmas in Psychotherapy: Positive Approaches to ...


  8. Colorado BioScience Association to Honor Groundbreaking Life Science...Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 6 | Freshnews

    ... as faculty members and researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, the University of Colorado Denver and Colorado State University. Six-time Olympic Swimming champion Amy Van Dyken-Rouen will share her inspiring journey from ...


  9. Board could OK old middle school feasibility studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 4 | Fort Morgan Times

    The Re-3 Board of Education could decide tonight whether to have a feasibility study done on the old middle school building on Deuel Street. The board could approve a memorandum of understanding with the University of Colorado Denver, Colorado Center for Community Development and Colorado Department of Local Affairs at the regular meeting at 6 p.m. at the District Support Center.


  10. What's the Hardest Colorado University to Get Into?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 4 | KUAD-FM Windsor

    After watching one of my favorite movies, Social Network, I was reminded how difficult it is to get into Harvard. It got me thinking, what is the toughest school in Colorado to get into? Not surprising, at only 5.8% of its applicants getting accepted, Harvard is the most difficult school to get into.


  11. Midland Park math teacher inspired others to follow in his footstepsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 |

    Former students chose to follow in the Midland Park Junior/Senior High School mathematics teacher's shoes and say now they continue to use some of his techniques to inspire a new generation to love math as much as they do. Class of 2000 alum Mike Walker, for example, uses "angle aerobics" to teach angle concepts to pre-calculus students at Ramsey High School.


  12. University of Maryland School of Social Work-Led Study Seeks to...Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | Newswise

    Suicide is a primary cause of death for middle-aged men, but a new study led by the University of Maryland School of Social Work and funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will evaluate a new online screening and prevention tool aimed at changing that statistic. A $1.28 million, four-year grant from the CDC will support a group of interdisciplinary researchers across the U.S., led by the School of Social Work.


  13. Predatory publishers earned $75 million last year, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 30 | Science

    Need to get your research published? Don't want to be hassled by peer review or editorial quality control? You are in luck: There are thousands of scientific journals waiting to publish it right away, for a fee. A new study finds that the fake journal business is booming-and puts some hard numbers on this murky academic underworld.


  14. Dieters: Don't Replace Saturated Fats with Processed CarbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 29 | MedlinePlus

    When trimming saturated fat from your diet, subbing in whole-grain foods helps your heart, but turning to white bread doesn't, a new study shows. "This is very important stuff," said Dr. Robert Vogel, a cardiologist at the University of Colorado, Denver, who wrote a commentary accompanying the published study.


  15. Obama administration deserves an 'F' for its new college scorecard systemRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 30 | The Hill

    A highly publicized part of President Barack Obama's new education plan is the College Scorecard , which was recently revamped to include new features to help students pick a quality college. The Department of Education launched the College Scorecard two years ago as an Internet-based platform focused on giving prospective undergraduates perspective on the costs and offerings of more than 7,000 schools around the United States, but the initial version included only very basic information.


  16. Herea s what we wish you would do when youa re on a plane with our screaming kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 29 | The Washington Post

    ... e got on, no one really made eye contact. Julie Vick is a writer and English instructor at the University of Colorado Denver. You can find her on Twitter @vickjulie.


  17. Treatment keeps obese mice from having overweight babiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 28 | Science

    Children born to obese mothers arrive already predisposed to obesity and other health problems themselves. Exactly what happens in the uterus to transmit this risk still isn't clear, but a new study on mice points to the placenta as a key actor.


  18. Only Two Colorado Colleges Make NPR's Top College RankingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 28 | Denver Westword

    ... pack. Here's a screen capture from the NPR post showing the top thirty. As you can see, the University of Colorado Denver finished in 25th place, while the Colorado School of Mines was 27th. And where are the University of Colorado Boulder and the ...


  19. 'Blue Bloods' tries to justify government lying to their own peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 27 |

    ... did not tell the population about his activities. Then in 2012 James Holmes was attending the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus (UCD AMC) that was a Bio Safety Level 3 facility. Holmes then deployed biological weapons over ...


  20. Health disparities, suicide risk for transgender Coloradans and public healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 24 |

    While any data citing the number of individuals in our community who identify themselves as transgender and gender nonconforming is likely understated, one University of California researcher, Gary Gates, a LGBT demographer suggests the figure might amount to 700,000 people in the United States. What is clear, however, is that important social and health disparities exist throughout the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in our country.