Gallogly Events Center Honors One Family’s MVP
Tommy Gallogly (BS ’70, MA ’73) was an educator, athletics coach, devoted father of ten, and the first of many in his family to graduate from UCCS. But before putting his children through college, seven of them at UCCS, he had exercised a more humble approach to education: through sports in the backyard.
Supporting Visual Arts at CU-Boulder
The Visual Arts Complex houses the CU Art Museum and the Department of Art and Art History, enriching student life and enhancing the cultural landscape of the state.
Center for Community
All of our students are special, each one unique. They come from different walks of life and an array of backgrounds and cultures, with a broad spectrum of ideas, talents, dreams, and aspirations. Together, they contribute to a vibrant campus community.
Severy Family Names Columbine Cartouche
In 1966, newlyweds Larry and Linda Severy were living in Boulder as Larry completed his PhD at CU. “We lived in married student housing on East Campus,” says Linda. “There was a drive-in movie theater next door, and we would sit on our porch to watch the movies since we couldn’t afford to go in!”
CU Denver's Business School: Support a Great Enterprise
A new building in the heart of downtown Denver is a critical component of the Business School’s vision to be a leading public urban business school. Integrating the school into the fabric of the business community to maximize collaborative partnerships and engagement, the building holds promise for students, faculty, and Colorado’s business community alike.
A New Biotechnology Building
The concept is simple. Bring together CU’s stellar talent in the fields of biology, physics, engineering, chemistry, biochemistry, computer science, and medicine to create a dynamic environment fostering innovation and discovery. When experts from diverse disciplines work side-by-side on a daily basis, sparks fly and ideas flourish.
Health and Wellness Takes Center Stage in Colorado
Consider this: 75 percent of Americans are inactive and have poor diets. As a result, 33 percent of adults are obese and obesity-related deaths have climbed to more than 300,000 a year, second only to tobacco-related deaths. Clearly, we have an intractable and complex problem.
Enabling State-of-the-Art Legal Education through the Wittemyer Courtroom
Longstanding university supporters John and Nancy Wittemyer helped build the future of Colorado Law School by committing $1 million toward the state-of-the-art Wittemyer courtroom in the new Wolf Law building.
Unprecedented Support from The Anschutz Foundation Leads to Naming of Anschutz Medical Campus
The Anschutz Foundation has enabled the transformation of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center into a regional powerhouse of medical education, clinical care, and research.