The Route From Research to Start-Up

January 18, 2007

Entrepreneurial Edge By JAMES FLANIGAN HARTMUT NEVEN came from Germany to the University of Southern California a decade ago to lead research efforts in computerized face and object recognition. The aim was to create a (Read More)

Two seek audit of diversity spending

January 18, 2007

By John C. Ensslin, Rocky Mountain News January 18, 2007 Two GOP lawmakers called Wednesday for an audit at the University of Colorado in response to a report by the Independence Institute citing a lack (Read More)

CU prof writes new biography of Quigg Newton

January 18, 2007

UCDHSC’S FOSTER HONORS FORMER CU PREZ’S LIFE OF SERVICE January 18, 2006 By Marianne Goodland Silver & Gold Record reporter In interviewing former CU President Quigg Newton for his latest book, Mark Foster of UCDHSC (Read More)

CEOs know bleak state of higher ed

January 18, 2007

By Diane Carman Denver Post Staff Columnist Denver Post So now what? When former U.S. Sen. Hank Brown gave up a nice job at the Daniels Fund to become president of the University of Colorado (Read More)

CU explores new sources of revenue

January 18, 2007

Stadium levy, lottery, tax increase floated at regents’ meeting By Berny Morson, Rocky Mountain News January 18, 2007 The University of Colorado Regents on Wednesday began looking at ways to fund higher education at a (Read More)

Ritter: State employees’ ideas needed

January 18, 2007

GOVERNOR WANTS TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY OF STATE GOVERNMENT January 18, 2007 By Marianne Goodland Silver & Gold Record reporter Gov. Bill Ritter called upon state employees to partner with him in a plan to improve (Read More)

CU Grad to Fly on Space Shuttle

January 18, 2007

Astronaut Steve Swanson, a CU-Boulder graduate, will fly on the space shuttle Atlantis. Photo Courtesy: NASA SideBar KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fl. — A graduate of the University of Colorado is scheduled to fly on the (Read More)

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