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What you study — math and science are a plus — seems to matter more than whether your alma mater is public or private when it comes to finding a high-paying job after college, according to a report released Tuesday by the Education Department.
 
Startups spun out of University of Colorado technology have enjoyed a much higher survival rate than the average small business nationally or statewide, according to figures released recently by CU’s technology transfer office.
 
Connect & Collaborate on KNUS 710 AM radion takes an in-depth look at the impact the University of Colorado system has on the state economy and our future as a whole. We are fortunate to have CU not only for the education of our students, but because...
 
Connect & Collaborate on KNUS 710 AM radio takes an in-depth look at the impact the University of Colorado system has on the state economy and our future as a whole. We are fortunate to have CU not only for the education of our students, but because...
 
Connect & Collaborate on KNUS 710 AM radio takes an in-depth look at the impact the University of Colorado system has on the state economy and our future as a whole. We are fortunate to have CU not only for the education of our students, but because...
 
A new set of income statistics answers those questions quite clearly: Yes, college is worth it, and it’s not even close. For all the struggles that many young college graduates face, a four-year degree has probably never been more valuable. The decision...
 
The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed Ted Mitchell, the chief executive of a nonprofit educational-venture fund and a former president of Occidental College, as the Education Department’s top higher-education official. President Obama nominated Mr....
 
According to survey results released by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco lifetime earnings for college graduates do eventually pay off. The survey found that college graduates, on average, earned $830,800 more than the high school graduates over...
 
A scaled-back version of a measure to upend Colorado's higher education funding that intended to allow legislators to tie performance to support passed out of the House Monday with more control back in the hands of educators.
 
Public university students frustrated about burgeoning debt and steadily rising tuition prices often direct their anger at campus leaders, agitating about bloated administrative spending or salaries or misguided cuts in services. A new campaign by the...

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