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 Tuesday, May 23, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Student celebrates at commencement. (Photo/Casey A. Cass)

Institutional Research Paints a Portrait of CU by the Numbers
"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data," said the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. The Institutional Analysis (IA) area of the Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis precludes this grave error by collecting, analyzing, distributing and assisting in the use of a staggering breadth of information about CU-Boulder. More >>

Professors Delve into Ancient History of Southwest
A unique field school led by anthropology professors Catherine Cameron and Steve Lekson has provided CU-Boulder undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to explore the expansion and decline of the 10th to 12th century Chacoan regional system in the American southwest. More >>

Passages: In Memoriam 2005-2006
Following are additional tributes for co-workers who passed this year. View part one from the May 9 edition. More >>

New Inside CU Feature: Your Turn
We want to hear from you! We're starting a new Inside CU segment, "Your Turn," that will feature guest opinion articles from you, our CU-Boulder faculty and staff, on selected monthly topics. More >>

News Center
CU-Boulder Economist Wins Fulbright Fellowship For Vietnam Project
University of Colorado at Boulder economics Professor Robert McNown has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship for a project to help train and better equip Vietnamese economists.
CU Study Shows Novel Structure In South Pacific Plant May Be 'Missing Link' In Evolution Of Flowering Plants
A new University of Colorado at Boulder study involving a "living fossil plant" that has survived on Earth for 130 million years suggests its novel reproductive structure may be a "missing link" between flowering plants and their ancestors.
CU-Boulder Receives Recycling Award From American Forest & Paper Association
The University of Colorado at Boulder received the 2006 School Recycling Award in the college and university category from the American Forest & Paper Association in Washington, D.C.
More News >>


Commencement Reflections
Pomp and circumstance? Yes, some. Traditions? Certainly. A good time? You bet. In fact, I'm thinking this spring's commencement was one of the best. More >>


  • Engineering Professor and Student Selected for EPA Award
  • Museum Director Retires
  • Professors Named AAAS Fellows
  • Education Professor Receives Early Career Award
  • Career Services Wins NACE Award
  • Men's Tennis Coach Recognized for Outstanding Season
  • SJMC Advertising Program Receives $10,000
Read all Awards/Kudos >>

  • How Do You View CU?
  • Timesavers from the University Libraries
  • Faculty Input on SIS Replacement System Wanted
  • UCSU Tri-Exec Election Contested
Read all Did You Know items >>

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