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Research    Community    Vaccinations

Something to Believe In

As you might imagine, this is quite a time to be a scientist who does vaccine-related research. Usually, mentioning my chosen profession as an immunologist is the fastest way to get the crickets chirping at a cocktail party, but now I cannot get out of conversations with complete strangers in less than a half an hour if they find out what I do for a living.

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Community    Awareness

Continuing a University of Colorado Legacy of Inclusion

Shortly after the outbreak of World War II, Japanese-American nursing students up and down the West Coast found themselves ejected from colleges and packed off to bleak internment camps in the interior of the country.

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Campus Life    Community    Faculty

New Leader Brings Disability, Access and Inclusion Expertise to the Campus Community

Lisa M. Meeks, PhD, MA, brings a wealth of experience to her new role as founding director of the Office for Disability, Access and Inclusion. Her work will have campuswide reach, making CU Anschutz the nation’s first health science campus to structurally align disability with diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Community    Diversity

Making a Pledge: Campus Gathers for a Moment of Solidarity and Healing

Chancellor Don Elliman and other leaders at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, including the deans of the schools and colleges, gathered April 21 for a moment of solidarity in the wake of the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial for the murder of George Floyd.

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