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News mentions, 2/10/11

Outlet:  CNBC
Title/Program:   Love, Money and Lies: Shocking Study of US Behavior
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  for Financial Education. “No matter how you frame it, what one does with money influences the other.” says Prof. Howard Markman, co-director of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver In 35 years of studying marital conflict Markman says that money is the No. 1 topic of argument among couples, young and old. “But one of the major findings from our studies has been that it’s not the particular difficulties that matter, so much as how they are handled,” says Markman
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Outlet:  Live Informed
Title/Program:   ARA Lifestyle – MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small MBA programs in 2009. Its part-time MBA programs have won national and international acclaim. In the health care industry especially, competition will continue to be fierce for top-paying jobs, and an MBA can give a job candidate the extra edge he or she needs. Many health care industry executives already have MBAs. For example, Dr. David E. Dangerfield, CEO of Avalon Health Care Group
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Outlet:
 Redwood Falls Gazette
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:
 DenverPost.com
Title/Program:   Court: RTD private contractors don’t have immunity in lawsuits
Publication Date:  02/09/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  to her is that the folks injured in the crash last April and other people who may get injured from these private companies’ negligence will have the opportunity to be treated fairly,” Cook said. University of Denver law professor Tom Russell said the ruling “returns at least a little bit of sense to the law regarding contractors with governmental immunity.” “With immunity, the entity has less incentive to act safely because they will never have to take responsibility for the full cost of the death
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Outlet:
 Fitzgerald Herald-Leader
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/09/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:  Point Pleasant Register
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:
 The Daily Sentinel
Title/Program:   Pomeroy Daily Sentinel – MBAs Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small MBA programs in 2009. Its part-time MBA programs have won national and international acclaim. In the health care industry especially, competition will continue to be fierce for top-paying jobs, and an MBA can give a job candidate the extra edge he or she needs. Many health care industry executives already have MBAs. For example, Dr
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Outlet:
 Elkin Tribune Online
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:
 FOX 17
Title/Program:   WZTV FOX17 :: Lifestyle & Trends – MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small MBA programs in 2009. Its part-time MBA programs have won national and international acclaim. In the health care industry especially, competition will continue to be fierce for top-paying jobs, and an MBA can give a job candidate the extra edge he or she needs. Many health care industry executives already have MBAs. For example, Dr. David E. Dangerfield, CEO of Avalon Health Care
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Outlet:
 Pekin Daily Times
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:
 The Evening Times
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:
 Altus Times
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:
 BlogHer
Title/Program:   Are You Addicted to Anxiety?
Publication Date:  02/09/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  or not to determine if being anxious about the task at hand will help. Another study featured in the article is by psychology researcher Brett Ford of the University of Denver who found the familiarity of anxiety was more important than its usefulness , concluding: “Some people,” he adds, “get addicted to feeling anxious because that’s the state that they’ve always known. If they feel a sense of calm, they get bored; they feel empty inside. They want to feel anxious.” Notice he didn’t say “like.” While this may
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Outlet:
 Call News
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/09/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:
 Daily Beast
Title/Program:   Are You Addicted to Anxiety?
Publication Date:  02/09/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  just written about an event that had caused them anxiety did better than neurotics who had recalled a happier memory. Among non-neurotics, putting themselves in an anxious frame of mind had no effect on performance. In other people, anxiety is not about usefulness but familiarity, finds psychology researcher Brett Ford of the University of Denver. She measured the “trait emotions” (feelings people tend to have most of the time) of 139 undergraduates, using a questionnaire that lists emotions
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Outlet:
 Hesperian Beacon
Title/Program:   MBAs: Not just for finance careers anymore
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  advanced degree, the unemployment rate is just 4.6 percent. Federal statistics also show that people with advanced degrees earn significantly more money than those with no degrees. MBAs are not just for people seeking finance or administrative jobs anymore. A broader range of professionals and recent graduates are finding an MBA can help advance their careers. They’re flocking to schools like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small
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Outlet:
 My News 3
Title/Program:   MBAS: NOT JUST FOR FINANCE CAREERS ANYMORE
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  like Daniels College of Business, a 100-year-old institution in Colorado that ranked third in the world for small MBA programs in 2009. Its part-time MBA programs have won national and international acclaim. In the health care industry especially, competition will continue to be fierce for top-paying jobs, and an MBA can give a job candidate the extra edge he or she needs. Many health care industry executives already have MBAs. For example, Dr. David E. Dangerfield, CEO of Avalon Health Care
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Outlet:
 Outside The Beltway
Title/Program:   Body Scanners (and Groping?) Coming To A Train Station Near You?
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  with a gun,” said Sam Kamin, a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. “Metal detectors are pretty good at that.” Honestly, I can see Americans eventually accepting enhanced security at airports given the history of security threats to the airline industry, and the palpable evidence we’ve all experienced of what can happen if those security threats are allowed to succeed. It becomes a different story, though, when you’re talking about making things like naked image body scanners
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Outlet:
 U.S. News & World Report
Title/Program:   4 Tips to Learn a Foreign Language in College
Publication Date:  02/10/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  Given the increasingly international nature of the business world, the need for college students to learn a foreign language—particularly in-demand languages like Chinese, Spanish, or Arabic—is greater than ever, education experts say. “Fluency in a foreign language involves a skill set that is now very important to many employers, especially those who require their employees to travel overseas,” says Kathy Mahnke, director of the Center for World Languages and Cultures at the University of Denver. “Being able to communicate in a colleague’s native tongue helps business negotiations as well as social interactions with that colleague go much more smoothly than does working through a translator. There are just some cultural aspects of communication that do not translate well.” 
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