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Rooks on aging African American demographics

Feb. 12, 2019

Ronica Rooks, Associate Professor of Health and Behavioral Science, says research documents show that older African-Americans have higher rates of chronic diseases, more frequent disabilities and a shorter life expectancy. Aging African-Americans are hit with a double-whammy: health and financial troubles USA Today , Feb 6Read more »
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Bohlen on development of Denver

Feb. 12, 2019

“People in Denver are happily spoiled by the fact that we can look left and right and see the mountains,” said Teague Bohlen, a Five Points resident and Associate Professor of English. “That is certainly being threatened, and it will likely get worse.” The rising Western skyline: a look at... Read more »
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Reich on latest public health emergency

Jan. 29, 2019

“States expect that in order to access public resources, like schools, camps, or child care centers, individuals must give up some autonomy to make sure everyone in the community is safe,” said Sociology Professor Jennifer Reich. Measles a public health emergency in Washington VoxRead more »