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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.

The importance of innovation for CU in the age of COVID-19 and beyond



CU on the Air again talks to CU President Kennedy about the University of Colorado’s response to COVID-19 and its transformation to greater technology and online learning. Analysis of the market and CU’s role in online learning Strong progress in the past on which to build Online Acceleration Committee Bring together the best of our … Continue reading The importance of innovation for CU in the age of COVID-19 and beyond


True GRIT provides resilience training in coronavirus crisis



Recorded via Zoom On this month’s CU on the Air, host Ken McConnellogue talks with Dr. Chip Benight, a psychology professor at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Dr. Benight researches the human adaptation from trauma. His work is focused on recovery from natural disasters including things like the coronavirus pandemic as well as manmade … Continue reading True GRIT provides resilience training in coronavirus crisis


CU President Kennedy’s coronavirus update



CU President Mark Kennedy sat down this week with CU on the Air host Ken McConnellogue to provide updates to the CU community. How CU is rallying remotely CU’s budget and the possible impacts of coronavirus Federal engagement for relief for higher ed Work underway with the governor, legislature How we will continue to deliver … Continue reading CU President Kennedy’s coronavirus update


CU Denver prof examines white-collar and traditional criminals, investigations, trends and tech



On this month’s CU on the Air, host Ken McConnellogue chats with Mary Dodge, criminology and law professor at the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs. Professor Dodge researches women in the criminal justice system, white-collar crime, policing, prostitution and courts. Trends in criminal activity and the growing threat of mass shootings. How … Continue reading CU Denver prof examines white-collar and traditional criminals, investigations, trends and tech


Coronavirus: President Kennedy discusses the steps underway at CU



In this special episode of CU on the Air, we talk with University of Colorado President Mark R. Kennedy about what CU is doing to ensure the health and safety of its students, faculty and staff as well as emergency plans in place and long-term impact on the university. How a community with more than … Continue reading Coronavirus: President Kennedy discusses the steps underway at CU


Data driven: CU Colorado Springs professor discusses the local and larger economy



CU on the Air chats with Tatiana Bailey, director of the UCCS Economic Forum in the College of Business and an assistant professor at CU Colorado Springs. Dr. Bailey earned her master’s in economics and her doctorate in public health, both from the University of Michigan. She focuses on economic growth initiatives primarily through the … Continue reading Data driven: CU Colorado Springs professor discusses the local and larger economy


Milk and Cookies: CU Anschutz researchers give parents with young children a supportive environment



It’s a disturbing paradox that while doctors and scientists encourage and promote the health benefits of breast feeding, women in science are leaving these careers in droves. Today on CU on the Air, we’re talking with CU School of Medicine researchers and administrative support Michele Hoffman, Whitney Phinney and Pamela Alvarez Moran about the important … Continue reading Milk and Cookies: CU Anschutz researchers give parents with young children a supportive environment


Limb Restoration: Osseointegration gives amputees a new option



Dr. Jason Stoneback and his team at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus have enabled hundreds of patients with limb maladies to live active and productive lives. Dr. Stoneback is chief of orthopedic trauma and fracture surgery, director of the Limb Restoration Program, and vice chair of clinical affairs. Today on CU on the Air, we … Continue reading Limb Restoration: Osseointegration gives amputees a new option


Quantum physics: Atomic research discoveries show there’s much more to learn



This month on CU on the Air we welcomed CU Boulder Professor Ana Maria Rey, a theoretical physicist and fellow at JILA. Professor Rey has earned multiple awards for her groundbreaking research, including the coveted MacArthur Genius Fellowship and the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. She earned the Alexander Cruickshank Award in … Continue reading Quantum physics: Atomic research discoveries show there’s much more to learn


CU across Colorado: CU Denver team fans out to help rural areas with community projects



In this month’s CU on the Air, we talk to representatives of the University Technical Assistance program, or UTA. It’s a unique collaboration between a Colorado Center for Community Development in the College of Architecture and Planning at CU Denver, and a division of local government within the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, or DOLA. … Continue reading CU across Colorado: CU Denver team fans out to help rural areas with community projects