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Progress on tuition waiver benefit expansion continues
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Progress on tuition waiver benefit expansion continues

CU leadership continues to work on changes to the tuition waiver benefit , with one campus already having announced an expansion of the benefit for dependents...
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Regents to receive trio of budget options this month; Faculty Council meeting roundup
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Regents to receive trio of budget options this month

The CU Board of Regents this month will be presented with three initial budget scenarios for the 2016-17 fiscal year, each reflecting varying levels of state...
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Payroll Problem
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Employee Services staff work to address payroll issues

University of Colorado Employee Services officials are gathering feedback and addressing concerns among those who work with the payroll system, in addition to...
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University of Colorado School of Medicine Dean John J. Reilly, Jr., MD
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Multimillion-dollar investments promised for first Transformational Research Funding Awards

At his first State of the School address on Wednesday University of Colorado School of Medicine Dean John J. Reilly, Jr., MD, named five recipients of...
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68th annual Conference on World Affairs 2016 speakers announced
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68th annual Conference on World Affairs 2016 speakers announced

The University of Colorado Boulder’s 68th annual Conference on World Affairs will host a full complement of speakers from around the world April 4-8.
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Colorado citizens explore impacts of oil and gas development
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Colorado citizens explore impacts of oil and gas development

The projects range from a water festival in Trinidad to groundwater sampling in Weld County and air quality monitoring on the Western Slope.
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Chancellor Horrell launches Reach Out and Listen Tour, sets high aspirations for CU Denver
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Chancellor Horrell launches Reach Out and Listen Tour, sets high aspirations for CU Denver

As she looks around the University of Colorado Denver campus, Chancellor Dorothy Horrell, PhD, notices brilliant music being made by lots of talented and...
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City bus stop likely to remain near main campus
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City bus stop likely to remain near main campus

A Mountain Metropolitan Transit bus stop outside Centennial Hall may move but should remain close to campus after opposition from UCCS on city plans to reroute...
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Public Safety receives Capitol-flown flag

The Department of Public Safety received a flag that flew over the U.S. Capitol in a brief Jan. 29 ceremony. Rep. Doug Lamborn, R-Colorado Springs, presented...
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U.S. and Cuban pediatricians meeting for first time in over 50 years
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U.S. and Cuban pediatricians meeting for first time in over 50 years

Dr. Stephen Berman of Children’s Hospital Colorado and the Colorado School of Public Health to spearhead effort