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  • Finding a new strategy for Parkinson’s disease

    Finding a new strategy for Parkinson’s disease

    If you believe the adage that you’re only using 10 percent of your brain, you’re about to be surprised. BioFrontiers Institute’s Hang Hubert Yin, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, is eager to tap into that other 90 percent of our nervous system we’ve been wondering about.
  • Staff Council calls for anti-bullying policy

    Staff Council calls for anti-bullying policy

    A resolution calling for the university to create a policy that addresses bullying and other disturbing behaviors that affect everyone – not just those who fall under the category of protected class – was unanimously passed by the CU Staff Council.
  • A Place for You at CU: ‘Keep the goal in mind’

    A Place for You at CU: ‘Keep the goal in mind’

    A CU-Boulder student talks about a program, funded by a CU system Diversity and Excellence Grant, that provides learning tools and encourages low-income, first-generation and underrepresented minorities to apply to professional programs at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
  • ‘Extreme Weight Loss’ returns to CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center

    The hit ABC series "Extreme Weight Loss" returns Tuesday for its fifth season – and second year at the CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center – in which viewers will again see cast members begin yearlong journeys to transform their lifestyles.
  • Unstoppable Women’s Luncheon at UCCS draws 400

    Community supporters and business leaders gathered Wednesday at the Gallogly Events Center for the campus’s largest annual fundraising event, which honored Jan Martin along with Karen Possehl Women’s Endowment graduating scholars.
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