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Jennifer Reich on the Recent Flux in Vaccine Mistrust

Back in 2015, the Pew Research Center conducted a poll about vaccine safety that found... Read more
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A Parisian Influence on Denver According to Tom Noel

A number of different factors created Denver’s diagonal streets. The orientation of natural features like... Read more
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Running Stride Tips from Anna Warrener

Keep a straight back when jogging to help prevent knee pain, suggests Anna Warrener, Assistant... Read more
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Charles Musiba on Africa’s Place in the Evolution of Humans

In a field with a reputation for bitter feuds and rivalries, the notion of humankind’s... Read more
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Later Life Can Bring Stronger Relationships Says Teresa Cooney

Sociology Professor and Chair Teresa Cooney found, in comparing later-life remarriages to first marriages, these... Read more
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Esther Sullivan Confirms that Mobile Home Owners Remain Vulnerable to Predatory Park Owners

“This is one of our country’s primary methods of low-income homeownership,” said Assistant Professor of... Read more
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Freedom and Democracy in the Ancient Middle East: A Lecture with Dr. Nicholas Rockwell, October 20

Oct. 13, 2021

12:30-2:00pm Student Commons, Room 2600, or streaming online The concept of freedom and consensual forms of government were crucial components of politics in the ancient Middle East. When new kings came to power, they frequently presented themselves as liberating the people from slavery and oppression. And despite the tendency of...

Kevin Masters and Team Seek Participants for ELM Study

Oct. 13, 2021

The University of Colorado Anschutz Health & Wellness Center is seeking volunteers for the final cohort of the Enhanced Lifestyles for Metabolic Syndrome (ELM) study, a 2-year research study comparing two lifestyle programs with the goal to improve health and reverse the metabolic syndrome. The ELM trial, led by Psychology...

Pregnancy research on an LC-MS/MS assay from Gabriella Mayne

Oct. 13, 2021

Graduate student in Biological Anthropology, Gabriella Mayne recently published with a team, “ Development and validation of an LC-MS/MS assay for the quantification of allopregnanolone and its progesterone-derived isomers, precursors, and cortisol/cortisone in pregnancy ,” in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry . Neuroactive steroids are potent neuromodulators that play a critical...

Physics Alumnus and Physics Faculty Publish a “Five-Generation” Paper

Oct. 13, 2021

Physics alumnus Orrin Shindell, currently an Assistant Professor at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, recently had a paper accepted in the Journal of Mathematical Biology , “Universality in Kinetic Models of Circadian Rhythms in Arabidopsis thaliana.” The paper assembles several published mathematical models for the molecular control of circadian...

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CLAS READS! How to Be an Antiracist Reading Groups Now Forming

Oct. 13, 2021

CU Denver is engaging in a university-wide reading of Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist , and we strongly encourage all members of CLAS to participate! CLAS is organizing reading groups for Spring 2022. These book groups will be a meaningful way to make connections and build trust...