Denver, CO, United States
Denver, CO, United States

Regis University is a private, co-educational Roman Catholic, Jesuit university in the United States. Founded by the Society of Jesus in 1877, it is one of 28 member institutions of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. Based in Denver, Colorado, Regis University is divided into three colleges: Regis College, The Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, and the College for Professional Studies. The university is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. In 2013 the University web site stated that it had obtained a top tier ranking as one of the best colleges and universities in the United States for 19 consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report. Wikipedia.


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News Article | February 23, 2017
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The Community for Accredited Online Schools, a leading resource provider for higher education information, has ranked the best colleges with online programs in the state of Colorado. Among the schools that were ranked, 16 four-year colleges made the list, with University of Denver, Colorado State University Fort Collins, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Northern Colorado and University of Colorado Denver coming in as the top five schools. The state’s top 13 two-year schools were also ranked, with Trinidad State Junior College, Pueblo Community College, Aims Community College, Otero Junior College and Colorado Northwestern Community College taking the top five spots. “Colorado’s schools are becoming increasingly attuned to the needs of nontraditional students,” said Doug Jones, CEO and founder of AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org. “The accredited schools on our list accommodate all kinds of schedules with their online programs so that busy students can finish their degrees and receive a top-quality learning experience.” Schools on the “Best” list must meet specific base requirements to be included: each must be institutionally accredited, public or private not-for-profit. Each college was also scored based on more than a dozen additional data points, including student to teacher ratios, graduation rates and financial aid availability. For more details on where each school falls in the rankings and the data and methodology used to determine the lists, visit: Colorado’s Best Online Four-Year Schools for 2017 include the following: Adams State University Colorado Christian University Colorado Mesa University Colorado State University-Fort Collins Colorado State University-Global Campus Colorado State University-Pueblo Johnson & Wales University-Denver Metropolitan State University of Denver Nazarene Bible College Regis University University of Colorado Boulder University of Colorado Colorado Springs University of Colorado Denver University of Denver University of Northern Colorado Western State Colorado University Colorado’s Best Online Two-Year Schools for 2017 include the following: Aims Community College Arapahoe Community College Colorado Northwestern Community College Community College of Aurora Community College of Denver Front Range Community College Lamar Community College Morgan Community College Northeastern Junior College Otero Junior College Pikes Peak Community College Pueblo Community College Trinidad State Junior College About Us: AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org was founded in 2011 to provide students and parents with quality data and information about pursuing an affordable, quality education that has been certified by an accrediting agency. Our community resource materials and tools span topics such as college accreditation, financial aid, opportunities available to veterans, people with disabilities, as well as online learning resources. We feature higher education institutions that have developed online learning programs that include highly trained faculty, new technology and resources, and online support services to help students achieve educational success.


News Article | February 17, 2017
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— The ranking took into account accreditation, costs, acceptance rate, student satisfaction, and other factors that accounting students look for in potential programs, such as salary outcomes of each program. University of Massachusetts Amherst took the top spot. The second and third spots went to, Northeastern University and Auburn University, respectively. Six of the sixteen schools in the ranking have achieved AACSB accreditation, which is highly prestigious and has only been given to 170 schools in the nation. Along with rankings, the report includes pertinent information about each ranked school and degree program. The complete list of schools can be seen below (listed alphabetically): Auburn University Bellevue University Indiana Wesleyan University Liberty University Northeastern University Penn State World Campus Regis University Saint Leo University Southern New Hampshire University Southern Oregon University University of Alabama Birmingham University of Maryland University College University of Massachusetts Amherst University of the Incarnate Word Washington State University Western Governors University The ranking placement and information about each school can be found at http://www.topaccounting.org/rankings/best-online-bachelors-degree-in-accounting/ According to managing editor of TopAccounting.org, Ivor Lee, “These schools stand out from among their peers not because of their size, or their reputation but because of their dedication to making education available to all students online. Online education is a field that is constantly changing and these schools have made the effort to stay relevant and agile--and in doing so have been able to help many students earn their accounting degrees.” Lee says, “Congratulations to these schools for maintaining high standards in their traditional and online programs and ensuring an equitable and educational experience for their students. This award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the staff and faculty at these schools.” Top Accounting is an independent and objective resource for current and prospective accounting students. We offer data-based rankings of on-campus and online accounting degree programs, as well as career and education advice. The site is regularly updated by a committed team of writers and researchers, who produce accounting school and program rankings and accounting resources. For more information, please visit http://www.topaccounting.org/


IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 1, 2017) - Plaza Bank ( : PLZZ) (the "Bank") is pleased to announce it has hired Heather Hinrichs as Senior Vice President and Director of Asset-Based Lending (ABL). In this role, she is responsible for expanding Plaza Bank's ABL business, a specialized method of lending and key growth area for the Bank. Ms. Hinrichs is based in El Segundo and serves clients throughout Southern California with an expanding full-service solutions support team. An expert in asset based, she applies her creative banking practices to help small- and medium-sized businesses to address their various business and financial needs with loans up to $25 million. Prior to joining Plaza Bank in January, 2017, Ms. Hinrichs was the Founding Partner for Coco Capital, a boutique investment bank in Los Angeles and New York brokering asset-based and cash flow loans to commercial finance companies, banks, and alternative lenders. Before that, Ms. Hinrichs held various positions with Wells Fargo Bank, Summit Investment (Fortress JV), and FGI, where she completed transactions in asset-based lending, distressed debt, and international lending. "We are excited to expand our asset-based lending business and believe Heather is exactly the person our clients have been waiting for," said Rick Sowers, President of Plaza Bank. "Her background working with lenders and capital providers over the last 15 years gives her a broad and deep network unmatched in this space." "I'm grateful to work with such a talented group of banking professionals dedicated to our clients' success," said Ms. Hinrichs. "Our ABL team is focused on serving a market that has been largely underserved, providing Plaza Bank clients with the capital needed to grow their businesses and reach their full potential." Ms. Hinrichs, who holds Series 79 and 63 licenses, earned a B.A. in Economics from the University of Colorado Boulder and an M.B.A. from Regis University. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her twin girls, cooking, skiing, and practicing yoga. About Plaza Bank Plaza Bank is a full service community bank serving the business and professional communities in Southern California and Las Vegas, Nevada. The Bank is committed to meeting the financial needs of small to middle market businesses and professional firms with loans for working capital, equipment and owner-occupied commercial real estate financing and a full array of cash management services. Our bankers are experienced, professional and knowledgeable. For more information, visit www.plazabank.com. FDIC. Equal Housing Lender. Forward-Looking Statements Certain matters discussed in this press release constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, and are subject to the safe harbors created by that Act. Forward-looking statements can be identified by the fact that they do not relate strictly to historical or current facts. They often include the words "believe," "expect," "anticipate," "intend," "plan," "estimate," or words of similar meaning, or future or conditional verbs such as "will," "would," "should," "could," or "may." Forward-looking statements are based on currently available information, expectations, assumptions, projections, and management's judgment about the Bank, the banking industry and general economic conditions. These forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance, nor should they be relied upon as representing management's views as of any subsequent date. Future events are difficult to predict, and the expectations described above are necessarily subject to risk and uncertainty that may cause actual results to differ materially and adversely. Forward-looking statements involve significant risks and uncertainties and actual results may differ materially from those presented, either expressed or implied, in this press release. Factors that might cause such differences include, but are not limited to: the Bank's ability to successfully execute its business plans and achieve its objectives; changes in general economic, real estate and financial market conditions, either nationally or locally in areas in which the Bank conducts its operations; changes in interest rates; new litigation or claims or changes in existing litigation or claims; future credit loss experience; increased competitive challenges and expanding product and pricing pressures among financial institutions; legislation or regulatory changes which adversely affect the Bank's operations or business; loss of key personnel; changes in accounting policies or procedures as may be required by the Financial Accounting Standards Board or other regulatory agencies; and the ability to satisfy requirements related to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and other regulation on internal control.


News Article | February 15, 2017
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ADCS Clinics (“ADCS”) announced it has completed the acquisition of Dermatology Associates of Colorado owned by Leslie Capin, MD, James DeVito, MD, and Kimberly Maino, MD. Dermatology Associates of Colorado has four locations in Denver area: Aurora, Castle Rock, Englewood and Parker. ADCS is also acquiring Cara Mia Medical Spa which is owned by Dr. Capin. Dr. Capin is the founder of Dermatology Associates of Colorado and has been practicing dermatology since 1986 in the Denver area. She is a board-certified dermatologist and received her dermatology training and medical education from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Although Dr. Capin oversees and is medical director of Cara Mia Medical Day Spa, her true passion is general dermatology with a particular interest in rare skin disorders and the complex patient. Dr. Capin is also passionate about education, having started the nation’s first Dermatological Nurse Practitioner training program at Regis University. She has served on many boards and advisory councils over the years and is active in the Denver philanthropic community. Dr. Capin has received numerous awards including “Top Doc” in Denver’s 5280 magazine, “Top Medical Day Spa” in 5280, Business Women of the Year in Healthcare by the Denver Business Journal and Top 100 Women Owned Businesses in The Denver Business Journal. She has also received a Presidential Citation from the American Academy of Dermatology. The Max Fund has recognized Dr. Capin with one of their “special awards”. Dr. Capin will be receiving the distinguished Humanitarian award from the Melanoma Research Foundation in April of this year. Dr. Capin completed a two-year fellowship in Integrative Medicine in January 2015 under Dr. Andrew Weil from the University of Arizona. Dr. Capin has begun to incorporate what she has learned in her fellowship into her everyday practice and feels that she is able to offer her patients complementary and alternative treatments. She is the only Dermatologist in Colorado who has completed this fellowship. Her focus is on treating the “whole” patient, not “a disease”. Dr. Capin lives in the town of Parker with her Million dollar dog, “Dr. Papidies”. Google Dr. Papidies to read about their story. Dr. Matt Leavitt, Founder and CEO of ADCS, said, “It’s an honor to have Drs. Capin, DeVito, Maino and their team (Kevin Boyd MD, Maria Sheron MD, Lila Orr, FNP-C, Nicole Glischinsk, PA-C, Joseph Cari, PA-C, Denise Adams, RN, Maureen Dooley, RN, Geri Dellacroce, PMA and Ana Stearns, PMA) on board with us at ADCS. They are extremely talented providers who are well respected in the community and committed to the care of their patients. Dr. Capin will be staying as an employee of ADCS continuing to take care of all of her clinic and spa patients. Patients will continue to get the excellent state of the art care that they have always received.” “This acquisition in Colorado continues to expand our presence in Denver Area and provide patients with better access to our doctors. We now have 17 clinics in the state and 9 in the Denver metropolitan area where will continue to provide superior patient care. ” said Dave Morell, President & COO of ADCS. ADCS, founded in 1989 by Dr. Matt Leavitt, is a dermatology-focused practice with over 170 clinics in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and Wyoming providing clinical, cosmetic, surgical and pathology services. ADCS also provides billing and coding management services for almost 90 third-party dermatology practices across the nation under the Ameriderm™ trade name. For more information, contact: Dave Morell, President & COO of ADCS, 407.875.2080 ext. 1244


News Article | February 16, 2017
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Denver, CO, February 16, 2017 --( This year, in addition to the silent auction of art and experiences, EP is excited to feature three local Comedians. One of the comedians performing is Mel Shannon. Mel was born and raised in Orlando, Florida with his two brothers and three sisters. He is proud of his father who raised his siblings and him, and created a welcoming home with children from all different races. Mel lives in Colorado with “the love of my life” and their two children, Mikayla and Jimel Jr., both of whom are, per Mel, “future comedians.” He has a personal relationship to the Mental Health industry as he has family members that suffer from bipolar disorder, autism, and some in recovery from substance abuse. He has seen firsthand how Mental Illness can affect family members. “I use that pain in me to make any and every one laugh,” Mel said. Mel recently had a show at the Voodoo Comedy Playhouse and performs regularly around Colorado. Mel has also performed with Preston Lacey from MTV’s Jackass in New York, Rob Van Dam of WWE in Denver and he is a former host of the Orlando Improv. Mel is performing around Denver at Open Mic’s, and will be performing in Los Angeles at Laugh Factory in April. Come see Mel and support Mental Health Colorado on March 11th from 6 – 10pm at Regis University. Tickets are limited and can be purchased at www.mhab2017.com About Empowered Partnerships Empowered Partnerships is a woman owned recruiting outsourcing and consulting firm located in Colorado, solely focused on working with the Mental & Behavioral health industry nationally. For more information, contact Ashley Lane Boyle at alboyle@empowered-partnerships.com Contact: Ashley Lane Boyle Empowered Partnerships Voice Phone Number: (720) 446-6134 Email Address: alboyle@empowered-partnerships.com www.empowered-partnerships.com www.mhab2017.com Denver, CO, February 16, 2017 --( PR.com )-- Empowered Partnerships, a Recruitment Outsourcing and Consulting firm for the Mental and Behavioral Health Industry, is proud to host the 2nd Annual Mental Health Art Benefit on March 17th at Regis University.This year, in addition to the silent auction of art and experiences, EP is excited to feature three local Comedians. One of the comedians performing is Mel Shannon.Mel was born and raised in Orlando, Florida with his two brothers and three sisters. He is proud of his father who raised his siblings and him, and created a welcoming home with children from all different races.Mel lives in Colorado with “the love of my life” and their two children, Mikayla and Jimel Jr., both of whom are, per Mel, “future comedians.”He has a personal relationship to the Mental Health industry as he has family members that suffer from bipolar disorder, autism, and some in recovery from substance abuse. He has seen firsthand how Mental Illness can affect family members.“I use that pain in me to make any and every one laugh,” Mel said.Mel recently had a show at the Voodoo Comedy Playhouse and performs regularly around Colorado. Mel has also performed with Preston Lacey from MTV’s Jackass in New York, Rob Van Dam of WWE in Denver and he is a former host of the Orlando Improv.Mel is performing around Denver at Open Mic’s, and will be performing in Los Angeles at Laugh Factory in April.Come see Mel and support Mental Health Colorado on March 11th from 6 – 10pm at Regis University. Tickets are limited and can be purchased at www.mhab2017.comAbout Empowered PartnershipsEmpowered Partnerships is a woman owned recruiting outsourcing and consulting firm located in Colorado, solely focused on working with the Mental & Behavioral health industry nationally.For more information, contact Ashley Lane Boyle at alboyle@empowered-partnerships.comContact:Ashley Lane BoyleEmpowered PartnershipsVoice Phone Number: (720) 446-6134Email Address: alboyle@empowered-partnerships.comwww.empowered-partnerships.comwww.mhab2017.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Empowered Partnerships, LLC


News Article | March 2, 2017
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Physical therapy is as effective as surgery in treating carpal tunnel syndrome, according to a new study published in the March 2017 issue of the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy® (JOSPT®). Researchers in Spain and the United States report that one year following treatment, patients with carpal tunnel syndrome who received physical therapy achieved results comparable to outcomes for patients who had surgery for this condition. Further, physical therapy patients saw faster improvements at the one-month mark than did patients treated surgically. Carpal tunnel syndrome causes pain, numbness, and weakness in the wrist and hand. Nearly half of all work-related injuries are linked to this syndrome, which can result from repetitive movements. Although surgery may be considered when the symptoms are severe, more than a third of patients do not return to work within eight weeks after an operation for carpal tunnel syndrome. The study demonstrates that physical therapy--and particularly a combination of manual therapy of the neck and median nerve and stretching exercises--may be preferable to surgery, certainly as a starting point for treatment. "Conservative treatment may be an intervention option for patients with carpal tunnel syndrome as a first line of management prior to or instead of surgery," says lead author César Fernández de las Peñas, PT, PhD, DMSc, with the Department of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Physical Medicine at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Alcorcón, Spain. Dr. de las Peñas and his fellow researchers studied the cases of 100 women with carpal tunnel syndrome. By random allocation, 50 women were treated with physical therapy and 50 with surgery. Patients assigned to the physical therapy group were treated with manual therapy techniques that focused on the neck and median nerve for 30 minutes, once a week, with stretching exercises at home. After one month, the patients in the physical therapy group had better hand function during daily activities and better grip strength (also known as pinch strength between the thumb and index finger) than the patients who had surgery. At three, six, and 12 months following treatment, patients in the surgery group were no better than those in the physical therapy group. Both groups showed similar improvements in function and grip strength. Pain also decreased similarly for patients in both groups. The researchers conclude that physical therapy and surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome yield similar benefits one year after treatment. No improvements in cervical range of motion were observed in either patient group. The researchers caution that because the study only included women from a single hospital, additional research needs to be done to generalize their findings. Further, there are no available data on the most effective dosage for the manual therapy protocol applied. The study is titled "The Effectiveness of Manual Therapy Versus Surgery on Self-reported Function, Cervical Range of Motion, and Pinch Grip Force in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Randomized Clinical Trial." Co-authors on the paper are Joshua Cleland, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT, of Franklin Pierce University and Concord Hospital in Manchester and Concord, New Hampshire, respectively, and Regis University in Denver, Colorado, United States; and María Palacios-Ceña, PT; Stella Fuensalida-Novo, PT; and Cristina Alonso-Blanco, PT, PhD, of Universidad Rey Jan Carlos, Alcorcón, Spain; and Juan A. Pareja, MD, PhD, of Hospital Universitario Fundación Alcorcón, Madrid, Spain. The research report's full citation is: J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 2017;47(3):151-161, B1-B4. Epub February 3, 2017. doi:10.2519/jospt.2017.7090 The study was funded by a research project grant (FIS PI14/ 00364) from the Health Institute Carlos III (PN I+D+I 2014-2017; Spanish Government). For more information, please contact Dr. de las Peñas at cesar.fernandez@urjc.es, Dr. Cleland at clelandj@franklinpierce.edu, or JOSPT Editor-in-Chief J. Haxby Abbott, DPT, PhD, FNZCP, at haxby.abbott@otago.ac.nz. About the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy The Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy® (JOSPT®) publishes scientifically rigorous, clinically relevant content for physical therapists and others in the health care community to advance musculoskeletal and sports-related practice globally. JOSPT is an independent, non-profit journal, published by JOSPT, Inc. d/b/a Movement Science Media. For more information, visit http://www. .


Patent
University of Denver and Regis University | Date: 2014-05-08

This invention provides a family of compounds that inhibit Class II fructose 1,6-bisphosphate aldolase (FBA), which is implicated in the pathogenic activity of a broad range of bacterial and parasitic agents. The compounds were identified by empirical testing, and provide a basis for further derivatization and optimization of 8-hydroxyquinoline-2-carboxylic acid and related compounds. Crystal structure shows that the compounds dont bind directly to the catalytic site of the enzyme, and so are not defined simply as substrate analogs. Instead, they create a pocket by induced fit, resulting a powerful and specific inhibitory effect on FBA activity.


Grant
Agency: NSF | Branch: Continuing grant | Program: | Phase: NUCLEAR PRECISION MEASUREMENTS | Award Amount: 90.00K | Year: 2015

The study of fundamental symmetries in the field of nuclear physics explores the nature of the matter, energy, and forces that define the universe and that have allowed stars, planets, and life to emerge and flourish. This award will support the PI and undergraduate students to work on two experiments that will further our understanding of that universe. The first experiment, called MuSun, addresses one of the most important limitations of calculations related to the proton-proton fusion process that releases most of the energy in stars like the Sun. It will provide data that will calibrate the least precise parts of these calculations and can also be applied to other important nuclear reactions. The second, known as the Muon g-2 experiment, tests our Standard Model of particles and their interactions. While this model has been remarkably successful, it is not complete. The previous generation of this experiment uncovered a strong hint of a discrepancy between its measurement and the Standard Models prediction; the new experiment will probe it with enough precision to potentially claim a discovery.

Students will have opportunities to carry out guided research related to the larger physics goals, to work at major research facilities, and to attend conferences and collaboration meetings. This grant will provide opportunities to involve and support a talented and diverse group of science students that includes women, members of underrepresented ethnic groups, and first-generation college students.

MuSun measures the rate of muon capture in deuterium, a fundamental two-nucleon process that provides a calibration of effective field theories of weak interactions in light nuclei. The muon capture process studied by the MuSun experiment is analogous to reactions that include proton-proton fusion and the deuteron breakup reactions that were used to detect neutrinos at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory. The MuSun result will dramatically improve the precision of the low-energy constants describing two-nucleon terms in chiral effective field theories that describe these reactions. The Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab will be the groups primary focus for this grant period. This experiment measures the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon by observing the rate of spin precession of a muon beam as it circulates in a precisely shimmed storage ring magnet. The spin polarization precesses because of coupling to virtual particles, including all of the particles described by the Standard Model and potentially any new, as-yet-undiscovered particles and interactions that are beyond it. The Regis group will be responsible for the implementation, installation, commissioning, and analysis for the fiber harp beam monitors and entrance counters for this experiment. The measurement clearly has the potential to discover new physics beyond the Standard Model. When the existing precision of 0.5 parts per million from the Brookhaven National Laboratory experiment is compared with modern Standard Model calculations, there is a discrepancy of more than three standard deviations; the probability of a fluctuation at this level by chance is less than one in a thousand. As the precision of the experiment reaches its 0.14 part-per-million goal, the discrepancy could exceed the discovery threshold of five standard deviations. Such a finding could represent the discovery of supersymmetry, new gauge bosons such as dark photons, or other new particles or interactions.


Grant
Agency: NSF | Branch: Continuing grant | Program: | Phase: NUCLEAR PRECISION MEASUREMENTS | Award Amount: 142.00K | Year: 2012

This award will enable the Regis University nuclear physics group to make substantial contributions to two precision muon physics experiments over the next three years: the MuSun measurement of nuclear muon capture in deuterium at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), and the Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab. The MuSun collaboration will measure the rate of muon capture on the deuteron from the doublet spin state of the muonic deuterium atom to a precision of better than 1.5%. This will be the most precise determination to date, by an order of magnitude, of the rate for any two-nucleon weak-interaction process. The Regis group will develop low-power preamplifier circuits that will function in the cryogenic environment of this experiment, implement the response of the detector in the simulation software framework, and participate in the physics analysis. The Muon g-2 experiment will measure the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon to a precision of 0.15 parts per million (ppm), a substantial improvement from the 0.5 ppm that has been achieved in previous measurements. The current result disagrees with the prediction of the Standard Model by more than three standard deviations: enough to hint at the possibility of new physics, but not yet enough to claim a discovery. This is one of a very small number of observables that cannot be understood in the context of the current Standard Model, and it provides an important constraint on extensions to it. The Regis groups initial responsibility will be to test, refurbish, and modernize the scintillating fiber beam monitors that are used to record the dynamic motion of the beam.

The Muon g-2 experiment has the potential to uncover entirely new particles and interactions, perhaps even before they can be directly observed in experiments at the energy frontier. Similarly, the MuSun measurement will enable a precise characterization of proton-proton fusion, which is responsible for releasing energy in stars like our Sun, and also of the reactions that have been used by the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory to detect solar neutrinos. This science is at the forefront of subatomic physics, and a primary purpose of this award is to allow undergraduate students to become involved in it as research assistants. Regis University is a teaching-focused, primarily-undergraduate institution that is currently initiating formal majors in physics and computational physics as part of an ambitious expansion of its traditional liberal-arts programs. This award will complement the Universitys undergraduate research initiative, strengthening our students education in mathematics, the sciences, and computing. Several students will be able to travel to PSI and Fermilab to participate in the construction and data collection for these experiments. Travel to collaboration meetings, for collaborative work with research university partners, and to academic conferences will also be supported.


News Article | February 22, 2017
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Debbie Scheer to perform at 2nd Annual Mental Health Art Benefit on March 11, 2017. Denver, CO, February 22, 2017 --( Debbie’s comedic perspective can get a laugh out of anybody. She is “dedicated to her laugh-craft” and she shines in her performance. She creates an inclusive space for her audience to let down their guard and approaches difficult subjects with education and humor. Debbie is a passionate community member as well. She is the Co-Creator of “Broadsided: An Estrogen Fueled Comedy Show” which empowers and educates women on topics relevant to their lives. Debbie is excited to perform for this special fundraiser for Mental Health Colorado as it holds a special place in her life. Debbie lives in Colorado with her two young boys, and can be seen performing at Comedy Works South, the Improv Comedy Club in Tempe AZ, Voodoo Comedy Playhouse, Lannie’s Clocktower, Blush and Blue, Crossroads Theater, Colorado Pride Festival and many other fantastic places. She will perform at MHAB2017 on March 11, 2017 at Regis University, at 3333 Regis Boulevard in Denver. Tickets on sale at www.mhab2017.com About Empowered Partnerships Empowered Partnerships is a woman owned recruiting outsourcing and consulting firm located in Colorado, solely focused on working with the Mental & Behavioral health industry nationally. For more information, contact Ashley Lane Boyle at alboyle@empowered-partnerships.com Contact: Ashley Lane Boyle Empowered Partnerships Voice Phone Number: (720) 541-9678 Email Address: alboyle@empowered-partnerships.com www.empowered-partnerships.com www.mhab2017.com Denver, CO, February 22, 2017 --( PR.com )-- Empowered Partnerships is excited to announce that Debbie Shcheer, a local Colorado Comedian, to perform at the 2nd Annual Mental Health Art Benefit hosted at Regis University and supporting Mental Health Colorado.Debbie’s comedic perspective can get a laugh out of anybody. She is “dedicated to her laugh-craft” and she shines in her performance. She creates an inclusive space for her audience to let down their guard and approaches difficult subjects with education and humor.Debbie is a passionate community member as well. She is the Co-Creator of “Broadsided: An Estrogen Fueled Comedy Show” which empowers and educates women on topics relevant to their lives. Debbie is excited to perform for this special fundraiser for Mental Health Colorado as it holds a special place in her life.Debbie lives in Colorado with her two young boys, and can be seen performing at Comedy Works South, the Improv Comedy Club in Tempe AZ, Voodoo Comedy Playhouse, Lannie’s Clocktower, Blush and Blue, Crossroads Theater, Colorado Pride Festival and many other fantastic places.She will perform at MHAB2017 on March 11, 2017 at Regis University, at 3333 Regis Boulevard in Denver. Tickets on sale at www.mhab2017.comAbout Empowered PartnershipsEmpowered Partnerships is a woman owned recruiting outsourcing and consulting firm located in Colorado, solely focused on working with the Mental & Behavioral health industry nationally.For more information, contact Ashley Lane Boyle at alboyle@empowered-partnerships.comContact:Ashley Lane BoyleEmpowered PartnershipsVoice Phone Number: (720) 541-9678Email Address: alboyle@empowered-partnerships.comwww.empowered-partnerships.comwww.mhab2017.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Empowered Partnerships, LLC

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