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Oglala Lakota Sioux offer lessons for Denver-area students

The Denver Post (Education) 2/18 7:30P Monte Whaley
Members and friends of the Oglala Lakota Sioux  want Denver-area students to know more about the tribe than its battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Tribe representatives, who came to Denver as...

Temple Grandin will be inducted into National Women’s Hall of Fame, Q&A

The Denver Post (Education) 2/17 7:03P Hayley Sanchez
Temple Grandin, a world-renowned professor of animal sciences at Colorado State University for the last 26 years and outspoken advocate and role model for people with autism, will be inducted into the National Women s Hall of Fame in September....

The CU South Denver gift that keeps on giving in Douglas County

The Denver Post (Education) 2/15 7:01P Joe Rubino
Convenience is a selling point for classes offered at CU South Denver in Douglas County. And look at the expanding list of programs  offered at The University of Colorado Denver s satellite location...

Timeliness, art collide at Metro State exhibit about the Middle East

The Denver Post (Education) 2/15 5:46P Joe Vaccarelli
Artist Laleh Mehran likes to eavesdrop on people as they look at her art piece “Entropic System.” The drawing apparatus will begin tracing a pattern when someone enters its room, detecting people with a motion sensor. The pattern will change...

Girls still don’t think they are as smart as boys, research shows

The Denver Post (Education) 2/14 5:38P The Washington Post
Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post Gender stereotypes live on: Research published in the journal Science found that girls starting at the age of 6 are less likely than boys of the same age to believe that girls are really, really smart. Four...
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