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News mentions, 2/16/11

Outlet:  Reuters
Title/Program:   NEWSMAKER-Judge rattles lawyers in U.S. shareholder battles
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  News Service/Syndicate
Extract:  arbiters of U.S. corporate law. With a moralistic style some observers say may be borrowed from his Presbyterian minister grandfather, Laster is taking on what he sees as self-interested lawyers who are too cozy with counterparts on the other side of the aisle. “He is creative and one of the least reserved in his decision-making style of any judge I’ve seen in the Delaware courts in a long time,” said J. Robert Brown, a professor at the University of Denver‘s Sturn College of Law. Delaware
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Outlet:
 NBC L.A.
Title/Program:   Can Military Rule Assure Freedom?
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  While Egyptian protesters on Friday celebrated achievement of their no. 1 goal the removal of President Hosni Mubarak it remained unclear whether the Egyptian militarys assumption of power will mark the beginning of a transition to a more-democratic system of government or simply a shuffling of the Mubarak regime deck. These are stalwarts of the regime, all of whom were handpicked by Mubarak himself, Nader Hashemi, assistant professor at the University of Denver‘s Josef Korbel School
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Outlet:
 Yahoo!
Title/Program:   Egypt after Mubarak: History has been made, but what’s next? (The Christian Science Monitor)
Publication Date:  02/12/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  that Mubarak built up can be controlled well enough so that a genuine transition toward a democracy that will meet people’s basic needs can begin. But the revolution has already begun. It is up to the Army now to recognize the will of the Egyptian people and act accordingly. Haider Khan is a professor of economics at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver.
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Outlet:
 The Christian Science Monitor
Title/Program:   Egypt after Mubarak: History has been made, but what’s next?; Hosni Mubarak has stepped down, and Egyptian protesters are jubilant. Weeks of demonstrations were ‘defined by a spirit of unity,’ as President Obama said in his recent remarks. But as the military takes over and Muslim Brotherhood leaders begin to speak up, many questions remain.
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  …people and act accordingly. Haider Khan is a professor of economics at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver.
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Outlet:  NBC Washington
Title/Program:   Egypt Military Embraces Change, But is It Sincere?
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  While Egyptian protesters on Friday celebrated achievement of their no. 1 goal the removal of President Hosni Mubarak it remained unclear whether the Egyptian militarys assumption of power will mark the beginning of a transition to a more-democratic system of government or simply a shuffling of the Mubarak regime deck. These are stalwarts of the regime, all of whom were handpicked by Mubarak himself, Nader Hashemi, assistant professor at the University of Denver‘s Josef Korbel School
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Outlet:
 CNBC
Title/Program:   NEWSMAKER-Judge rattles lawyers in U.S. shareholder battles
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  , Laster is taking on what he sees as self-interested lawyers who are too cozy with counterparts on the other side of the aisle. “He is creative and one of the least reserved in his decision-making style of any judge I’ve seen in the Delaware courts in a long time,” said J. Robert Brown, a professor at the University of Denver‘s Sturn College of Law. Delaware’s corporate law governs most big U.S. companies. Businessmen such as billionaire oilman T. Boone Pickens and eBay Inc founder Pierre Omidyar
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Outlet:  9news.com
Title/Program:   Egypt developments impact Colorado
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  Nelson Garcia 1 min ago Toolbox: DENVER – Even though the celebrations in the streets of Cairo seem like a world away, University of Denver Professor Shaul Gabbay says Coloradans should pay attention. “What is happening there is going to affect us here,” Gabbay said. “Our military interests, our economic interests. This part of the world is most important in terms of our energy, in terms of our oil supply.” Gabbay is an expert in Middle East relations. He is also a former member
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Outlet:
 9news.com
Title/Program:   DU student dies from injuries in skiing accident
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  SUMMIT COUNTY – A 21-year-old student at the University of Denver has died after he fell on some rocks at the Copper Mountain Ski Area. The Summit County Coroner’s Office says Joe Lubar fell on Jan. 25 above tree line at Copper Mountain. He was on a double black diamond run when he fell and suffered brain injuries. He was taken first to a hospital in Summit County and then transferred to St. Anthony Central Hospital in Denver. He died early on Friday morning. Lubar was a student at DU
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Outlet:  DenverPost.com
Title/Program:   Colo. Arabs react to speech
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  , pro-democracy protesters plan to gather huge crowds in Tahrir Square, and the plan is to march on the presidential palace, which is heavily guarded by the military. Mubarak’s speech has pushed the country closer to violence, said Nader Ha shemi, assistant professor of Middle East and Islamic Politics at the University of Denver. “His speech was a sign of defiance,” he said. “He presented himself as very much in control, and his concessions were no concessions at all — not at all close
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Outlet:
 FOX 31 KDVR.com
Title/Program:   Skier dies from injuries in double black diamond crash – KDVR
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  Skier dies from injuries in double black diamond crash – KDVR Skier dies from injuries in double black diamond crash Web Staff 2:53 p.m. MST February 11, 2011 Text Size kdvr-skier-dies-from-injuries-in-double-black-diamond-crash-20110211 SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. — A University of Denver student has died from injuries suffered in a crash at Copper Mountain Ski Area. Joe Lubar, 21, suffered traumatic brain injuries when he apparently lost control while skiing on a double black
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Outlet:  DenverPost.com
Title/Program:   Winning Colorado a puzzle for GOP in 2012 presidential election
Publication Date:  02/14/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  speeches — some notable groups pulled out after the American Conservative Union allowed an ultra-conservative gay Republican group into the mix. “Republicans who have gone strong on social issues have not been a reliable formula for success,” said University of Denver political scientist Seth Masket. “Republicans need someone who can speak to the libertarian streak, the minimal government, the fiscal spending. That would have more appeal.” State Democratic chairwoman Pat Waak believes much the same
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Outlet:
 examiner.com
Title/Program:   A date, with the stars
Publication Date:  02/14/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  No, you’re not going on a date with George Clooney or Blake Lively.  You’re going to see the universe’s greatest show, right here on earth.  And guess what?  It’s only a dollar.  Just east of the University of Denver, you’ll find the Historic Chamberlin Observatory, inside Observatory Park.             When you enter the domed structure, a group of smiling guys with beards greet you.  They look like woodcutters, but they’re actually volunteers for the Denver Astronomical Society
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Outlet:  Medical Breakthroughs
Title/Program:   Childcare Quality: Key for Disadvantaged Kids
Publication Date:  02/13/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  disadvantaged home environments,” Sarah Enos Watamura, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Denver, who directed the investigation, was quoted as saying. “The study also confirms the importance of integrating early intervention strategies and policies across home and childcare environments.”
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Outlet:  Enquirer-Herald
Title/Program:   U.S. officials in dark as Mubarak digs in his heels
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  .” While it appears Mubarak announced “a genuine transfer of authority,” he said, “that remains unclear to the people of Egypt.” Nader Hashemi, a professor and Middle East expert at the University of Denver, assessed Mubarak’s address differently. “It’s a very defiant speech,” he said. “A clear message has been sent that the stalemate continues,” Hashemi said, adding that Mubarak feels “very comfortable that he can ride this thing out.” Divining decision-making at the top of foreign governments
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Outlet:  NBC Connecticut
Title/Program:   Can Military Rule Assure Freedom?
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  While Egyptian protesters on Friday celebrated achievement of their no. 1 goal the removal of President Hosni Mubarak it remained unclear whether the Egyptian militarys assumption of power will mark the beginning of a transition to a more-democratic system of government or simply a shuffling of the Mubarak regime deck. These are stalwarts of the regime, all of whom were handpicked by Mubarak himself, Nader Hashemi, assistant professor at the University of Denver‘s Josef Korbel School
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Outlet:
 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Title/Program:   Mubarak hard line sets White House on heels
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Daily Newspaper
Extract:  …message.” While it appears Mubarak announced “a genuine transfer of authority,” he said, “that remains unclear to the people of Egypt.” Nader Hashemi, a professor and Middle East expert at the University of Denver, assessed Mubarak’s address differently. “It’s a very defiant speech,” he said. “A clear message has been sent that the stalemate continues,”…
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Outlet:  Kansas.com
Title/Program:   U.S. officials in dark as Mubarak digs in his heels
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  of Mubarak’s speech. “Based on conversations (with Egyptian counterparts), we had a set of expectations” about what he would announce, said the official, who like others requested anonymity to speak more frankly. The problem, the official said, was that “Mubarak’s speech muddled the message.” While it appears Mubarak announced “a genuine transfer of authority,” he said, “that remains unclear to the people of Egypt.” Nader Hashemi, a professor and Middle East expert at the University of Denver
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Outlet:
 tricityherald.com
Title/Program:   U.S. officials in dark as Mubarak digs in his heels – Politics | Tri-City Herald : Mid-Columbia news
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  by the thrust of Mubarak’s speech. “Based on conversations (with Egyptian counterparts), we had a set of expectations” about what he would announce, said the official, who like others requested anonymity to speak more frankly. The problem, the official said, was that “Mubarak’s speech muddled the message.” While it appears Mubarak announced “a genuine transfer of authority,” he said, “that remains unclear to the people of Egypt.” Nader Hashemi, a professor and Middle East expert at the University
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Outlet:
 CNBC
Title/Program:   CNBC’s Love & Money 2011: Financial Infidelity – CNBC
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  associated with bank robbers and other swindlers. That’s more about personal gain. This is more about avoiding pain. “Money provides a potential conflict point in a relationship,” says Ted Beck, president and CEO of the National Endowment 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
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Outlet:
 MSNBC
Title/Program:   Egypt military embraces change, but is it sincere?
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  While Egyptian protesters on Friday celebrated achievement of their no. 1 goal — the removal of President Hosni Mubarak — it remained unclear whether the Egyptian military’s assumption of power will mark the beginning of a transition to a more-democratic system of government or simply a shuffling of the Mubarak regime deck. “These are stalwarts of the regime, all of whom were handpicked by Mubarak himself,” Nader Hashemi, assistant professor at the University of Denver‘s Josef Korbel School
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Outlet:
 The McClatchy Company
Title/Program:   Obama officials surprised by Mubarak’s decision to stay
Publication Date:  02/11/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  counterparts), we had a set of expectations” about what he would announce, said the official, who like others requested anonymity to speak more frankly. The problem, the official said, was that “Mubarak’s speech muddled the message.” While it appears Mubarak announced “a genuine transfer of authority,” he said, “that remains unclear to the people of Egypt.” Nader Hashemi, a professor and Middle East expert at the University of Denver, assessed Mubarak’s address differently. “It’s a very defiant speech
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