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The five truths of leadership coaching
By Katy Craig, Director of Strategic Initiatives From Little League to the Olympics, we all recognize the value of having a coach in sports. But we may not think about how valuable a coach can be in our daily lives, in helping us understand our values, in...
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42 teachers honored for impact on 2016 Boettcher Scholars
25th-anniversary event to recognize five-time award recipients August 12, 2016 — Forty-two Colorado teachers will be recognized this evening for the significant impact they have had on some of Colorado’s top students, while two others will receive special honors for being multi-year recipients of the award. The Boettcher...
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Life on Capitol Hill: Colorado’s first family justice center opens
By Jason McKinney  Life on Capitol Hill Reporter The Rose Andom Center, Colorado’s first family justice center to serve domestic violence victims, opened June 29 with a special ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Denver Mayor, Michael B. Hancock, and District Attorney, Mitch Morrissey. The Andom Center will...
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Boettcher Scholar launches second act as Boettcher Teacher
A fortuitous speaker lineup helped Boettcher Scholar Leigh Gillette reconnect with the Boettcher Foundation and launch a second career as a teacher in Durango. Leigh, a 1989 Boettcher Scholar from Colorado Springs, spent her career as an environmental educator, helping people to understand and appreciate the...
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Boettcher Investigator research summaries 2016
The following individuals were selected as Boettcher Investigators for 2016. For detailed profiles of their research, click on their names. Colorado State University  Rushika Perera, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of RNA Virology – Exploiting vulnerabilities in mosquito metabolism for prevention of human arboviral transmission Timothy J. Stasevich, Ph.D., Assistant Professor...
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Alumni Board Scholar Profile: Q&A with current scholar Tabitha Kalin
Members of the Boettcher Scholar Alumni Board are interviewing their fellow Boettcher Scholars to help the community get to know one another better. The following Q&A was compiled by Boettcher Scholar Angelique Diaz. Name: Tabitha Kalin Scholar Year: 2014 Hometown: Colorado Springs College, Major(s)  and Graduation Year(s): Colorado School of Mines, B.S. Chemical...
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Alumni Board Scholar Profile: Q&A with 1984 scholar Noel Lenski
Members of the Boettcher Scholar Alumni Board are interviewing their fellow Boettcher Scholars to help the community get to know one another better. The following Q&A was compiled by Boettcher Scholar Angelique Diaz. Name: Noel Lenski Scholar Year: 1984 Hometown: Littleton College(s), Degree(s) and Graduation Year(s): Colorado College, B.A. in Classics 1989; Princeton,...
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Source: Dancing through the lab? No, but science requires fancy footwork
By Kristen Browning-Blas Colorado State University Winning grants for mosquito research is just as competitive as “Dancing with the Stars.” Rushika Perera should know. The assistant professor of virology recently won a 2016 Boettcher Foundation Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Award, one of 10 in Colorado, for her studies of...