Colorado working families falling behind

February 3, 2007

By Paul Teske As new state leaders develop policies for Colorado’s future, some hard-headed assessment of recent economic trends is required. While the state economy has been growing, typical Colorado families have not benefited. Indeed, (Read More)

Corporate Research Support Rebounds

February 1, 2007

After a three-year slide, industry funding for university research and development in science and engineering fields reached an all-time high of $2.3 billion in the 2005 fiscal year. Support rose by 7.7 percent, according to (Read More)

The Immigrant Factor

February 1, 2007

At a reunion of black alumni of Harvard University in 2003, Lani Guinier set off a discussion on a sensitive subject: whether black immigrants are the beneficiaries, perhaps undeserving, of affirmative action. Guinier, a Harvard (Read More)

CU keeps high ranking

February 1, 2007

The Denver Business Journal – February 1, 2007 The University of Colorado once again has been ranked in the top 10 percent of U.S. universities by the National Science Foundation for research expenditures, the university (Read More)

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