News Releases

March 4, 1998

Navajo star and constellation myths, including the Navajo story of how the stars were created, will be the subject of the next live astronomy presentation or “star talk” at Fiske Planetarium on the campus of the University of Colorado at Boulder.

“Navajo Skies” will be presented by CU astronomer John Stocke at 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 6, and repeated at 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 11.

March 3, 1998

Longtime Boulder residents David and Frances Hawkins have been named the second recipients of the George Gamow Memorial Lecture Award at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

The award honors the CU-Boulder scientists who have "made the most significant contribution to the public's understanding of science."

The Hawkins received the award at the 33rd George Gamow Memorial Lecture on March 3.

March 3, 1998

The International Women’s Alliance at CU-Boulder is hosting three workshops a day, March 3 through March 6, during International Women’s Week, which began Sunday with a keynote speech by Winona LaDuke, an internationally acclaimed Native American and environmental activist.

The workshops are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in conference rooms 158 and 159, located in the University Memorial Center.

March 2, 1998

An update on the state of affirmative action and some implications for the University of Colorado at Boulder will be presented March 13 at the third annual Chancellor’s Diversity Summit, "Beyond the Choir."

Activities will run from 8:40 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Dal Ward Athletic Center and are open to all CU-Boulder students, faculty and staff.

March 2, 1998

Political activist Angela Davis will give the keynote address titled "Unfinished Liberation: Beyond the Prison Industrial Complex" at a three-day conference on race and gender issues March 13-15 at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

March 2, 1998

Leaders of Central America's most prominent businesses will attend a series of seminars in Costa Rica March 9 to March 13, including one on hiring presented by CU-Boulder management professor Joe Rosse.

A columnist for the Boulder County Business Report, Rosse is senior associate for the Center for Human Function and Work, and co-author of High-Impact Hiring. He was invited to Costa Rica by INCAE, Latin America's leading business school and executive management program.

March 2, 1998

From the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs to National Jewish hospital in Denver, several Colorado institutions can trace their history back to the early treatment of tuberculosis.

Dr. Charles Scoggin, a former University of Colorado professor and founder of the Boulder pharmaceutical company Somatogen, will discuss Colorado’s legacy as a tuberculosis treatment center in a program sponsored by CU-Boulder's Center of the American West.

February 27, 1998

The Office of Disability Services and Information Technology Services at CU-Boulder has created an Assistive Technology Lab to provide computer access and special technology services to students with disabilities.

The Assistive Technology Lab will hold an Open House on Thursday, March, 12 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the lab, located at Willard Hall in room 333. The open house will provide an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the resources in the lab, meet staff and experiment with various adaptive devices. Refreshments will be served.

February 27, 1998

A former public schoolteacher now involved in the training of teachers in math and science will speak at the University of Colorado at Boulder Thursday, March 12, as part of the Sewall Symposium Series.

Joseph M. Frattaroli, chief operating officer for the Teachers Academy for Mathematics and Science, will discuss the national problems of unqualified teachers and school districts that aren't supporting teachers' professional development.

February 27, 1998

Overall crime declined at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1997, although increases were shown in certain categories, according to the annual Data Report released today by the CU Police Department.

The overall decline continues a multi-year trend of decreasing criminal activity, said Jim Fadenrecht, director of Public Safety. In 1997, there were 2,819 reports of crime, compared with 2,971 in 1996 and an average of 3,002 in the years from 1994 to 1996.

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