New top scholars recognized at CU

For CU’s upcoming fall semester, three students have been named the university’s Top Scholars, due to the significant amount of student funds they have been awarded. Boróka Bó, a senior sociology and public health major, has recently been awarded the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans Scholarship, worth up to $90,000 for her first two years of graduate …

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The CU Honors Journal

The submissions have been collected and the student staff is ready to start editing and designing the 2012 CU Honors Journal.

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New CU study finds that python blood may help heart disease in humans

CU scientists have discovered that a combination of fatty acids in snake blood could help human hearts in the future. Their study is being featured in the current issue of the prestigious journal, Science. For the last six years, Leslie Leinwand, chief scientific officer for the Biofrontiers Institute and a professor in CU’s Molecular, Cellular, and Development Biology Department, has …

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Top five scholarships in higher education

It’s scholarship season at CU as graduate school deadlines are approaching. The Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Truman and Fulbright scholarships are among the top full-ride scholarships available to those pursuing graduate school. Each scholarship requires at least a 3.7 GPA as well as a record of community involvement and leadership experience. Every year CU has had a finalist in at least …

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