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 Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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CU-Boulder photographer Larry Harwood received a CASE award for this photo featuring senior basketball player Lamont Arrington. (Photo/Larry Harwood)

In the Spotlight with Steven Wells, Director, Coors Events/Conference Center
The architectural beauty of the Boulder campus is world renowned and our buildings often are viewed as the face of the university. In this series, "In the Spotlight," we ask CU-Boulder building directors to give us a behind-the-scenes look at the facilities and programs they manage - along with a glimpse into their personalities. Part five of this series features Steven Wells, director of the Coors Events/Conference Center. More >>

CU Love Stories: Married Couples Enjoy Working Together at CU
It's Valentine's Day and love is in the air — especially at CU, since we have a few hundred married couples who are both employed here. Couples appreciate their situation and find it enriches their work life. More >>

Virtual Museum Recounts Rocky Flats Disaster
The Center for Environmental Journalism at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication is sponsoring an interactive online museum that narrates the events and aftermath of a 1969 fire at the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant. More >>

News Center
Southwest Textile Collection At CU-Boulder Museum To Be Assessed For Conservation
The University of Colorado at Boulder Museum of Natural History is teaming up with volunteers to upgrade conservation efforts for what is considered to be one of the finest Southwest textile collections in the world.
Declining Snowpack In Rockies Cools Off CO2 Emissions From Forest Soils In Winter
A recent decrease in Rocky Mountain snowpack has slowed the release of heat-trapping carbon dioxide gases from forest soils into the atmosphere during the dead of winter, according to a new University of Colorado at Boulder study.
Grooved Protein Essential For Promoting Cancer Development, Team Discovers
A research team led by Thomas Cech, president of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and a distinguished professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has determined the detailed structure of an essential piece of telomerase enzyme, an important contributor to the vast majority of human cancers.
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Pathways to a Sustainable Future
I'd like to tell you about several exciting developments that will ensure a promising future for CU-Boulder as well as sharpen the university's standing as a world-class institution. More >>


  • Winter Warmth Drive Sees Large Increase in Donations
  • Colorado Combined Campaign a Success
  • Community Builder Brick Award
  • Sixth Annual Women Who Make a Difference Award Recipients Honored
  • University Communications Awards
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  • "Diversity 911": Campus Diversity Summit Feb. 21-23
  • Black History/Awareness Month
  • View Daily Differences: A Photographic Essay at the Boulder Public Library
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The Philosophy Department published its first-ever newsletter in the fall of 2005. It is sent to department alumni and to emeritus faculty and others in the local community who support our program.

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