News Releases

April 29, 1998

It’s a good time to be graduating with a degree in business – especially in Colorado.

"As the job market goes, this is as good as it gets," said Ann Stringfellow, director of career development and employer relations at the College of Business and Administration at CU-Boulder.

Stringfellow says local and national job prospects are plentiful for both graduate and undergraduate business students.

April 29, 1998

The University of Colorado at Boulder Women’s Center awarded four scholarships to dedicated female students who showed high academic merit.

Applications for the Center for Education and Career Transition Scholarships were evaluated on the basis of financial need and academic performance. Recipients for the fall 1998 semester are:

Graduate Award

April 28, 1998

Adult literacy students in the city of Boulder’s "Learning to Read" program are learning more than reading and writing this spring – they’re learning to send electronic mail and log onto the Internet as well.

A new service-learning project of the linguistics department at the University of Colorado at Boulder pairs CU-Boulder undergraduates with adult literacy students, augmenting the assistance provided by their regularly assigned tutors.

April 28, 1998

Professor J. Dennis Hynes has received the 1997-98 University of Colorado School of Law Excellence in Teaching Award.

Hynes was selected by the law student body "in appreciation of the outstanding and exceptional effort to enhance students’ educational experience."

Hynes has been a law instructor at CU-Boulder since 1970 and specializes in agency and partnership law, contract law and legal history. This year he taught the basic courses in the law of contracts to entering students and the advanced course in agency and partnership law.

April 28, 1998

The University of Colorado at Boulder will offer art and museum exhibits as well as dance and musical performances this summer in communities from Colorado’s western slope to its eastern plains.

Now in its 10th year, CU-Boulder’s popular outreach program, "CU This Summer," will provide cultural and artistic presentations in 14 Colorado cities and towns.

April 27, 1998

The Renewable Resources Journal has devoted an entire issue to an article by Albert Bartlett, a CU-Boulder professor emeritus and one of the world’s leading experts on population growth, that attempts to define the term "sustainability."

April 23, 1998

It wasn’t a marriage made in heaven. And now, after years of bickering, the partnership between the urban and rural West is on the rocks.

In a program that is both fun and serious, the Center of the American West at the University of Colorado at Boulder will explore the complex relationship between urban and rural interests and cast it in very human terms.

"The Urban-Rural Divorce in the American West," will begin at 1 p.m. May 9 at the Boulder Public Library Auditorium, 1000 Canyon Blvd. The event is free and open to the public.

April 23, 1998

In 1989, CU-Boulder Professor Richard Noble decided it was time to begin sharing part of his life working with people in need and began searching for a group that could use his skills.

April 23, 1998

The University of Colorado at Boulder will host a series of events during the fourteenth National Science and Technology Week from April 27 to May 2. This year’s theme is "Polar Connections: Exploring the World’s Natural Laboratories."

The week’s purpose is to "engage the American public in the spirit of learning and adventure that is the hallmark of science and engineering." It is a major outreach effort by the National Science Foundation.

Public lectures for general audiences will be held April 27 through April 29 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Duane Physics G020.

April 22, 1998

G. Dale Meyer, an internationally renowned business professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been selected to receive the Hazel Barnes Prize, the campus’ highest honor for teaching and research.

The prize includes an engraved University Medal and cash award of $20,000.

Chancellor Richard L. Byyny announced that Meyer, who helped establish CU-Boulder’s highly ranked entrepreneurship program, will be recognized during commencement exercises May 15 in Folsom Stadium.