Sponsors & Thanks
The show became possible when we were awarded a starter grant from the University of Colorado President's Fund for the Humanities.
Pfizer Inc., through the offices of Linda Pryor, generously provided funding for the opening reception at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science and its staff provided many services and courtesies to make the show a success.
We thank Wende Reoch of the University of Colorado Medical Alumni Association for funds that helped us obtain many of the materials used for printing the traveling exhibit.
The Office of the Dean of the CU School of Medicine provided much encouragement and financial support.
Prizes and other features were made possible by a gift from an anonymous donor.
Bob Schell of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics at the HSC is our creative and always-helpful webmaster, and Dennis Lezotte of that Department kindly allowed us space on their server, Phrog.
Andrea Deschler of National Jewish Center was wonderful in getting out the news about the competition in its earliest stages.
Elaine Evans of University Physicians Inc. was our organizer, manager, harrasser of non-respondents, rock, and anchor.
In Aspen, nothing would have happened without the enthusiastic support of the beautiful Given Institute's Janet Ferrara, Brian Harris, and Dr. Bruce Paton. Plan your next conference there!
The three Boulder-Lafayette venues were the brainchildren of Gail Siegel, University of Colorado at Boulder Community Relations Director and force of nature. We're grateful for her moral, technical, emotional, and much-needed financial support. And to Francisco Salas of Fiske Planetarium, muchas gracias Tito!
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