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University of Colorado

 

CU on the Air PodcastUniversity Relations in the CU Office of the President has launched a monthly audio podcast, “CU on the Air,” featuring faculty and staff throughout the university system who are leading experts in their field. The podcast is informational, relevant and entertaining, and promotes the value of the University of Colorado and its four campuses to the state and well beyond. Join Ken McConnellogue, vice president for university communication, as he chats with some of the most fascinating researchers in the country. Subscribe, and we’ll CU on the Air each month. 

 


Host: Ken McConnellogue    Producer: Cathy Beuten    Audio Engineer: Jon Arnold

Contact Us

ontheair@cu.edu
University of Colorado | Office of the PresidentUniversity Relations
1800 Grant Street, Suite 800 | Denver, CO 80203
General: (303) 860-5600 | Fax: (303) 860-5610 |Media: (303) 860-5626


 

ALL FOUR: COLORADO
Through our four campuses, the University of Colorado plays a profound role in the lives of individuals, businesses and communities throughout Colorado, across the country and around the world.  Nearly half a million alumni have led the way in business, science, the arts, health care and their communities, and they’re joined by 15,000 more each year.  In Aurora, Boulder, Colorado Springs and Denver, all four of our campuses are all for Colorado.


About the CU System

  • The University of Colorado is a premier public research university with four campuses: the University of Colorado Boulder, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, the University of Colorado Denver and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
  • With more than 63,200 students (and another 8,000 taking courses for credit), over 4,900 full-time instructional faculty members and another 1,200 research faculty members, CU is the largest institution of higher education in the state of Colorado. CU’s annual budget is $3.8 billion.
  • CU researchers attracted more than $924 million in sponsored research funding in fiscal year 2015-16. The university’s Technology Transfer Office has helped launch more than 160 startups since 1994.
  • Academic prestige is marked by CU’s five Nobel laureates, 10 MacArthur “genius” Fellows, 20 astronauts and 19 Rhodes Scholars.

For more information about the CU system, and to access campus resources, go to www.cu.edu.