Universities in Aurora, CO - Page 1

Find universities in Aurora, CO. Listings include American Sentinel University, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Community College of Aurora, Roomdock, CU College of Nursing and Ecotech Institute. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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  • 07/30/19
    Health officials ramped up a vaccination campaign targeting people experiencing homelessness, as signs of a hepatitis A outbreak continue in Denver. With more cases of the viral liver disease caused l...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/25/19
    Our faculty and staff members joined the 2019 National Nurse Practitioner Symposium in Keystone this past weekend, where they hosted a reception for Alumni & Friends and shared their amazing work. Top...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/25/19
    Register now for the Sept. 6-7 Research & Scholarship Symposium. Learn about our faculty’s research and its impact on our community, health care and quality of education. Student registration is fre...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/23/19
    If you find yourself surrounded by law-enforcement officers or first-responders on our campus tomorrow (Wednesday, July 24), don’t panic. A planned training session begins at 8 a.m. in the northeast...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/23/19
    Our very own data geeks Jodi Cropper, Dan Hussey and Latrice Pettigrew spent three days (July 14-16) in Baltimore, Maryland, with fellow geeks from across the nation at the Elevate 2019 conference. Th...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/22/19
    A small team housed in the College of Nursing manages a big job: writing standards aimed at protecting the nation’s children. Since launching the National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Ch...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/20/19
    In a new study, they found that the kids who’d only taken synthetic cannabinoids were more likely to slip into comas, show generalized slow-downs in their nervous systems, or have seizures than thos...
    > Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences
  • 07/19/19
    As women's soccer surges in popularity, has the game become more risky to play?
    > Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences
  • 07/19/19
    Did you know that our own Living Legend Jean Watson created the prestigious Nightingale Luminary Award in 1985? Watson hoped to inspire compassion and innovation in nursing by recognizing the state’...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/18/19
    Team Amigos Caminando held onto the lead, winning the CU Nursing “Walk Across Colorado Challenge.” The six “Friends Walking” surpassed the state’s 489-mile length with a combined total of 59...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/17/19
    Come to the 2019 Telehealth Research Symposium, Sept. 11-13, 2019 in Chicago, IL. Join other connected health researchers, academicians, and telehealth visionaries for this three-day event to share f...
    > Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences
  • 07/17/19
    Our very own Assistant Professor Linda Johnson was interviewed on 9NEWS about her cancer battle and how dancing has provided her with hope and healing. https://www.9news.com/video/entertainment/tele...
    > CU College of Nursing
  • 07/16/19
    It's gonna hit 100 later this week! Learn how these ingredients make your sunscreen work
    > Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences
  • 07/16/19
    A state-funded pilot program administered by CU’s College of Nursing has reached more than 700 drug-addicted Coloradoans in its first two years. Because of its success in two rural reaches of our st...
    > CU College of Nursing