Publisher Threatens to Sue Blogger for $1-Billion
Jeffrey Beall is a metadata librarian at the University of Colorado at Denver, but he's known online for his popular blog Scholarly Open Access , where he maintains a running list of open-access journals and publishers he deems questionable or predatory.
Wednesday May 15
Advanced Imaging Studies May Enhance Diabetes Management
New approaches to applying noninvasive imaging tests such as computed tomography , magnetic resonance , and positron emission tomography may play a bigger role in evaluating and managing patients with diabetes.
Tue May 14, 2013
Costlier Heart Device May Not Be Worth It, Study Suggests
Patients prone to dangerously fast heart rhythms may get just as much help and have fewer complications with less-expensive implanted defibrillators that run one wire to the heart instead of two, a new study shows.
Janitors sue over lack of instructions in Spanish
Spanish-speaking custodial workers at the Auraria Higher Education Center in Colorado, a campus that serves students from three colleges, are suing based on what they say is a failure of their bosses to communicate with them in their native language, according to published reports.
Mon May 13, 2013
Accused Aurora Theater Shooter Requests Plea Change
Lawyers for James Holmes, the man accused of shooting 12 people to death during a screening of a Batman movie in Colorado last summer, requested Monday to change their client's plea to not guilty by reason of insanity.
The Orlando Sentinel
UCF med-school grads are ambassadors
All had full scholarships funded by local businesses, foundations and individuals.
Rich 'Cougar,' 'Sugar Daddy' Stereotypes Might Not Mirror Reality
The notion of wealthy "sugar daddies" with young, pretty wives and well-heeled "cougar" women with handsome, young husbands may be more fiction than fact, new research suggests.
How can advanced imaging studies enhance diabetes management?
Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics is a monthly peer-reviewed journal that covers new technology and new products for the treatment, monitoring, diagnosis, and prevention of diabetes and its complications.
Sun May 12, 2013
WHO endorses Saudi steps to check coronavirus
Saudi Arabia has taken steps to protect its people from the coronavirus. The experience and knowledge that the country has gained fighting coronavirus can benefit the rest of the world, said a visiting WHO official.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Daily Caller
Janitors claim discrimination due to lack of Spanish translations
A group of Spanish-speaking custodial workers in Colorado have filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that the Auraria Higher Education Center in Denver discriminated against them by failing to provide Spanish translations.
Fri May 10, 2013
'Treme's' Wendell Pierce promotes arts in education on Denver visit
Fans of the HBO series "Treme" know him as trombonist Antoine Batiste; he also received acclaim for playing Detective Bunk Moreland on "The Wire." "Acting is what drives me, what gives me my vision.
Hispanic worker hurt, sues employer because signs at work are in English only
On Friday, a group of Hispanic custodians at a community college in Denver filed a grievance against the school on the grounds that they are being discriminated against.
New Community College of Denver building makes mark on Auraria campus
Roseann Bohar, department chair of Academic Achievement Classes, takes photos of the interior of the new CCD building.
Thu May 09, 2013
Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Celebrate Archeology and Historic Preservation Month at Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park will present "Discovering Rocky's Historic Landscape: A Sense of Place" for Archeology and Historic Preservation Month, celebrated to highlight important historic resources that give meaning and a sense of place to communities.
Wed May 08, 2013
AIA Colorado Presents Young Architects Awards
The Colorado Chapter of the American Institute of Architects held its annual Young Architects Awards Gala in Denver on April 26.
Tue May 07, 2013
The American Prospect
The Future of White People
Writing for Reuters , Reihan Salam has an excellent take on the evolution of Hispanic identity.
Marriage Myth Busted: Women Not Looking for Sugar Daddies
People in marriages with a big age gap are on average less educated, less attractive and less wealthy than couples who are close in age, a new study suggests.
Las Cruces Sun-News
Garrey Carruthers named new NMSU president
The New Mexico State University regents voted 3-2 to name Garrey Carruthers the school's new president Monday afternoon.
Mon May 06, 2013
Jake Jabs donates $10M to CU's business school
That's why he donated $10 million to the University of Colorado-Denver's Business School: to help future entrepreneurs succeed in a changing world.
Study shows so-called cougars, sugar daddies more myth than reality
Despite the popular image of the rich older man or woman supporting an attractive younger spouse, a new study shows those married to younger or older mates have on average lower earnings, lower cognitive abilities, are less educated and less attractive than couples of similar ages.