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WestwordA dance that portrays life in a wheelchair earns the ire of a woman who uses oneWestword... elevators, restrooms and power-assisted doors — information that CU has since added to its website. In 2008, Larsen wrote to the Denver Post, ...
...religious school such as Baylor. Still, Baylor is exploring ways to pressure Texas Denver Post columnist Mark Kiszla says CU should keep conference alliance with the Rocky Mountains and join an expanded Mountain West Conference. What do you think? Join...
...Gehring, The Denver Post ) Dodson is hoping to run well enough at the NCAAs to score a professional contract, continue to train at CU and help out as a graduate assistant coach while pursuing a law degree. "This race is definitely going to set me up for the...
A classic tale of old vs new. Originally aired at the 2010 CU Online Spring Symposium
During their second week in Costa Rica, CU Denver pharmacy students get adjusted to their daily routine which includes Spanish courses in the morning and pharmacy work in the afternoon. Their international rotation allows them to see the different ways medicine is practiced, especially in Latin American countries. Stay tuned to see our students exporing more of the natural surroundings in Costa Rica. During their thrid week, students will participate in clinic and volunteer work.
Common Ground International, a non-profit organization working to bridge the language and culture gaps between English and Spanish speakers especially in the field of medicine. Every year they offer a medical mission and international rotation opportunity in Costa Rica. CU Denver pharmacy students recently arrived in Costa Rica for a 6-week language immersion and international rotation. They will work in local pharmacies and volunteer with local clinics, practicing their Spanish speaking skills and medical Spanish knowledge.
Common Ground International understands the need to bridge the language and culture gaps between English and Spanish speakers especially in the field of medicine. Every year we offer a medical mission and international rotation opportunity in Costa Rica. CU Denver pharmacy students recently arrived in Costa Rica for a 6-week language immersion and international rotation. They will work in local pharmacies and volunteer with local clinics, practicing their Spanish speaking skills and medical Spanish knowledge. Over the next few weeks we will see these young professionals use their language and medical skills, help those in need of medical attention, and experience and understand the Latino culture.
The women who support our Denver Broncos year round. GO BRONCOS!!!!! Serita Archuleta HomeTown: Salt Lake City, Utah Occupation/School: Heating, Ventilation & A/C Sales Years on Team 5th Brianne Batemen HomeTown: Littleton, CO Occupation/School: Dental Assistant for Endodontic Associates Years on Team 5th Tara Battiato HomeTown: Littleton, Colorado Occupation/School: Student Years on Team Rookie Romi Bean HomeTown: Greenwood Village, CO Occupation/School: Student / University of Colorado Majoring in Business Management Years on Team 5th Rebecca Bolan HomeTown: Aurora, CO Occupation/School: Chiropractic Marketing Specialist Years on Team 3rd Christina Connolly HomeTown: Denver, CO Occupation/School: Paralegal Years on Team 2nd Allyson Daniels HomeTown: Franklin Lakes, New Jersey Occupation/School: University of Colorado, at Boulder Years on Team Rookie Lindsey Dudley HomeTown: Littleton, CO Occupation/School: Franchise Developer Years on Team 3rd Jessica Flores HomeTown: Mattoon, IL Occupation/School: Horizon High School Poms Coach Years on Team 2nd Lauren Giangregorio HomeTown: Northridge, California Occupation/School: CU Boulder/Advertising and Dance Years on Team Rookie Erica Golding HomeTown: Ridgefield, Connecticut Occupation/School: Host & Producer for Vista TV Denver Years on Team 2nd Liz Harris HomeTown: Fort Morgan, CO Occupation/School: Head Coach for the CU Express Dance Team & Hairstylist Years on Team 2nd Kimberly Hidalgo HomeTown: Newark, California ...
A film by Kurt Ross, Ben Overzet, and Joe Killian. An assignment for our lighting and grip class at CU Denver - we were required to compose shots using 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 lights. This is the result...
This was a project done in my CU Denver Digital Editing class. The idea was to create the illusion of flight. We shot Shamus three different times in front of a poorly lit green screen and were told to combine the video, key out the green screen, and make him fly. Very hard with the footage given but this is what I managed to produce.
This was a project done in my CU Denver Digital Editing class. The goal was to create a fictional video editing company and create a logo that would play before the film like most companies have. I chose to create Baked Baker Films. This is their logo.
This was a project done in my CU Denver Digital Editing class. The goal was to make a still image have the illusion of camera movement by using a displacement map. This is what I did.
Failure point of the bridge from CU Denver in slow motion during the 2009 Boulder Gingerbread Bridge Competition GingerbreadBridge.com
Failure point of the bridge from CU Denver during the 2009 Boulder Gingerbread Bridge Competition gingerbreadbridge.com
Going back to school 50 years laterDenver PostAs on the CU-Denver and Metropolitan State College campus, there's no charge other than a $10 administrative fee per semester in Boulder. ...For one retired reporter, back to school means a new perspectiveDenver Postall 2 news articles »
Postgame interview with CU hockey goaltender Kevin Litinsky following his team's 2-0 win over the Denver Pioneers on Jan. 8, 2010 at Joy Burns in Denver. The shutout was Litinsky's second of the season and tenth of his career with the Buffaloes.
Postgame interview with Colorado Buffaloes hockey head coach Ken Fikis after his team's 2-0 win over the Denver Pioneers on Jan. 8, 2010 at Joy Burns Arena in Denver.
This is an overview of the Global Energy Management program at the University of Colorado Denver. The program is the only energy related program that has been designed i partnership with energy companies with the intent of developing the next generation of energy leaders. This Master of Science graduate program is offered in an online-hybrid format with instructors from several countries. You can find out more about the program at gem-ms.org or by email firstname.lastname@example.org...
...ball to teammate Brittany Spears, who tries to gather it in behind Virginia's Paulisha Kellum. (Matt McClain, Special to The Denver Post ) BOULDER — Stars appeared ready to align Saturday for the Colorado women's basketball team to post a signature victory...
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Everything Not Nailed Down - Production 1 short film project at University of Colorado in Denver (UCD). Written and Directed by Jacob Collins, starring Veronica Toth, Noah Lyman, Mai-Quyen Tran, Ben Overzet, and Hawk Vaccaro. Class Instructor: Jessica Lance. Shot over 4 weeks in the fall of 2009 at B&F Market in Nederland, CO, and Boulder, CO. End credits music: "for sometimes", by Pregnant, obtained through freemusicarchive.org, through creative commons licensing ( http ). Find out more about Pregnant here: freemusicarchive.org , freemusicarchive.org .
The University of Colorado Denver was recently on A Wider World to show us how accessible they are.
CU Opera preview of its upcoming season for the Denver Lyric Opera Guild
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Description: Executive Director and alumna Catherine Kunst and alumnus Chris Franks talk about opportunities at the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship at the Business School at the University of Colorado Denver.
...from either the Diagonal Highway (Colorado Highway 119) coming from Longmont or the Boulder Turnpike (U.S. Highway 36 coming from Denver) to Colorado Avenue and travel west on Colorado Avenue to Discovery Drive. The parking lot will be on the left side of...
The nations newest health care campus fosters collaboration among students, researchers and clinicians. Campus architecture and state-of-the-art technology bridge education and research with two world-class hospitals: University of Colorado Hospital and The Childrens Hospital.
...pushing capacity just past 35,000 in Fort Collins, Kowalczyk said it wasn't going to net as much as a game in Denver. Bohn estimated CU would make about $750,000 more a game now, and $8 million to $10 million more over the course of a decade playing in Denver...
...are proud of the institution to have a place to go express it, and that's what this does.'' Bohn said CU also would like to see a Big 12 championship game come to Denver at some point, and said an annual game at Invesco Field would further that effort....
www.Reserveage.com Dr. Robert Scalafani at the CU Denver School of Medicine explains what resveratrol does and how it can benefit us. Source CBS News
CU Denver graduate student Carrie Paykoc-Wecker interviews Director of Sustainability for Boulder Community Hospital, Kai Abelkis.
CU Denver graduate student Carrie Paykoc interviews Director of Sustainability for Boulder Community Hospital, Kai Abelkis.
CU Denver graduate student Carrie Paykoc interviews Director of Sustainability for Boulder Community Hospital, Kai Abelkis. ... "Carrie Paykoc" green sustainability "Kai Abelkis" "CU Denver" "Boulder CO" recycle "health care" education "Leed certified" "green hospitals"
a top speed of 75 MPH and has a maximum range of 40 miles (of average city driving) all with an overnight charge (8-10 hours) on a standard 110 Volt outlet. We completed the entire conversion for under $10000 including almost $2000 of restoration work, all in about 8 weeks. For more information on this project please visit stefanelsener.googlepages.com ... University of Colorado Denver UCD ASME Mechanical Engineering EV Electric Vehicle 1967 Triumph Spitfire Conversion ME Car batteries ...
...year, CU also received: • $2 million from the Colorado Health Foundation to expand programs and recruit faculty at the UC Denver School of Public Health. • $1.9 million from private citizens Martha and Tom Dillenberg, “who were so impressed with the care they...
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University of Colorado Denver video tour
...to regain his lost position at CU, it will most likely be because of his continued enthusiastic exercise of free speech, an unusual irony in and of itself. Scott Robinson is a Denver trial lawyer specializing in personal injury and criminal defense. ...
Mayor John Hickenlooper, Dean Sueann Ambron, and others describe why the UC Denver Business School's new building is a benefit to the city and the region.
Computational Bioscience Program, School of Medicine at the University of Colorado Denver A demo illustrating an implementation of 3R Systems, the Hanalyzer, to analyze a complex Craniofacial microarray dataset. Hanalyzer Website: hanalyzer.sourceforge.net Accompanying paper: Leach SM, Tipney H, Feng W, Baumgartner WA Jr., Kasliwal P, et al. 2009 Biomedical Discovery Acceleration, with Applications to Craniofacial Development. PLoS Comput Biol 5(3): e1000215. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000215 ...
An interview with University of Colorado Denver Business School associate professor Ann Martin. She speaks about her experiences volunteering at safehouse Denver, teaching women the principles of running a home-based business and building self-confidence. UC Denver, part of the University of Colorado (CU) System
An electronic instrument called a theremin was featured at the College of Arts & Media (CAM) Creative Slam in the King Center. The Slam was part of the colleges 10th anniversary celebration, showcasing faculty and student artwork in an evening of diverse and far reaching performances. The show uncovered creative processes, revealed creative practice and expanded understanding of inspirations. The event featured an eclectic range of engaging live and taped performances, capturing distinct talents of CAM faculty and students.
Mike Webber, a University of Colorado Denver graduate student, wins Historic Denver award for Best Exterior Renovation on his home.
Noel Copeland, Resident Architect of the Anschutz Medical Campus UC Denver, explains the past, present and future of this new education, research and patient care facility. Built as state-of-the-art, the campus consists of three zones that promote collaboration and innovation: ~ an education zone with remarkable facilities for training future physicians and other health professionals ~ a research zone with ground-breaking, internationally renowned research ~ and a clinical care zone with the ...