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
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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
September is pulmonary fibrosis awareness month and today we’re privileged to talk to Dr. David Schwartz at the CU School of Medicine, one of the world’s leading researchers in the area of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Dr. Schwartz chats with host Ken McConnellogue about his research and discoveries concerning this rare but fatal lung disease, as … Continue reading A rare and fatal lung disease, IPF has met its match
This month, CU on The Air talks with new University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy, who was named by the Board of Regents on May 2 to be the 23rd President of the University of Colorado system. Host Ken McConnellogue chats with the president about: Touring the campuses and the state and learning about this … Continue reading Catching up with CU’s 23rd president – what’s ahead?
In this month’s CU on the Air, we delve into the courageous academic and civil accomplishments of CU’s fifth and longest-serving president, George Norlin. We discuss how he helped build the university, literally and otherwise, stood up to the KKK and helped shape the university today. Host Ken McConnellogue chats with Dr. Paul Chinowsky, professor … Continue reading CU President George Norlin: Champion of civil rights and an unwavering rebel with a cause
Fifty-four percent of Denver voters passed the green roof initiative in November 2017, requiring rooftop gardens for new buildings with at least 25,000 square feet of gross floor area, and for roof replacement on existing buildings. What does that mean for Denver and how can we expect the cityscape to change over the next years? … Continue reading Denver’s rooftops are going green: What does it mean?