Dr. Peter A Fields (Soc) attended medical school at age 37. Prior to that, he was a chiropractor. He specializes in regenerative orthopedics, which is fixing joints and spines without surgery. He is an expert in stem cell therapy, PRP and prolotherapy. Peter lectures on these topics throughout the world and has appeared on national television. An active 10-time Ironman triathlon finisher, he has competed in over 60 triathlons. This year he climbed Mount Kilimanjaro (19,371 feet). He has trademarked the term “The Athletic Doc.” Peter's love of travel has brought him to 43 countries and 47 states. He has lived overseas three times. “Life is good at 65!” wrote Peter. His website is www.drfields.com.

Posted Jun. 3, 2019

Last January, after a five-hour test, Chip Portales (Engl) earned his Sankyu — a third-degree brown belt — in Kenpo Karate. Chip has been practicing law for over 36 years and has been on the ethics committee of the Colorado Bar Association for 21 years. The married father of two lives in Thornton, Colorado.

Posted Jun. 1, 2020

After CU, Douglas Durkin (Hist) earned a law degree from the University of Baltimore, then practiced law in Breckenridge for eight years. Thereafter, he served as politically appointed county attorney in New Mexico, Virginia and Maryland before becoming associate general counsel for a federal savings bank in Baltimore County. Now, he works as general counsel for MidAtlantic Farm Credit in Westminster, Maryland.

Posted Jul. 2, 2021

After 20 years of senior technology support at worldwide law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell, David Kaufman (Comm) retired. He also played on and co-wrote the hit song “88 Lines about 44 Women” by The Nails, which turned 40 in 2021. See and hear David’s latest song, “Science NonFiction,” on YouTube. 

Posted Nov. 5, 2021

Denver architect Seth Rosenman (EnvDes’76; MArch’78) designed the Colorado Fallen Heroes Memorial. The memorial — 14 years in the making — is intended to honor Coloradans who were killed during 20th-and 21st-century military conflicts: World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Persian Gulf War and wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Located in Lincoln Veterans Memorial Park, across the street from the Colorado State Capitol Building in Denver, it was formally dedicated Nov. 6, 2021.

Posted Mar. 11, 2022

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