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With website, CU-Boulder opens up access to scholarly research
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With website, CU-Boulder opens up access to scholarly research

Two of the top 10 most downloaded research papers from CU-Boulder’s digital institutional repository, called CU Scholar, discuss promoting sustainability at...
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Staff Council calls for anti-bullying policy
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Staff Council calls for anti-bullying policy

A resolution calling for the university to create a policy that addresses bullying and other disturbing behaviors that affect everyone – not just those who...
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The folio’s engraving of Shakespeare by Martin Droeshout
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In highly anticipated Shakespeare exhibit, the book’s the thing

When a Shakespeare First Folio is put on display at CU-Boulder in 2016, it will be surrounded by all the hoopla and excitement that one of the most valuable...
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German nurses taking care of wounded soldiers, all (including the nurses) wearing gas masks.
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Chemical warfare’s history casts dark shadow today

In early 1915, German and Allied troops were dug into trenches and neither side could move the other – a World War I waiting game. The German army decided to...
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Benson stresses collaboration, cooperation at Staff Council appearance
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Benson stresses collaboration, cooperation at Staff Council appearance

President Bruce D. Benson emphasized teamwork and collaboration during his university update to members of the University of Colorado Staff Council during its...
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Art show returns to Health Sciences Library

The talent on the CU Denver and Anschutz Medical campuses stretches beyond academics.A new exhibit at the Health Sciences Library showcases the creative...
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Five questions for Melissa Zak

Melissa Zak will tell you that being at CU-Boulder will help balance her family, personal and work life in ways that might never have happened had she stayed...
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Results of retirement vendor study expected this month

University of Colorado Staff Council members received a variety of updates during their final meeting of 2014, conducted via video conference on Dec. 18.
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Shining light on sustainability at the holidays – and beyond

“Doing what you can with what you have” may not be a common holiday theme, but it is something that staff and volunteers at the Environmental Center at CU-...
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Five questions for Jeffrey Montez de Oca

An assistant professor of sociology at UCCS with interests in sociological theory, sport, media, identity and inequality, the Cold War, and urban food security...
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Staff Council to study professional development at CU and beyond

University of Colorado Staff Council members will begin to research professional development options provided by the university while also looking at what...
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Five questions for Valerio Ferme

Growing up in Milan, Italy, he was no stranger to great literature. Dante was required reading and his parents encouraged him to read and think about...
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Five questions for Lon Abbott

The mountains have always held special meaning for Lon Abbott. Growing up in Boulder, he took advantage of the rock climbing, kayaking and backpacking that was...
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Five questions for Cheryl Krause-Parello

At the College of Nursing, her health research initiative for veterans – Canines Providing Assistance to Wounded Warriors, or C-P.A.W.W. – investigates, in...
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Study of retirement plan vendors nears completion

Deserae Frisk, chair of the University of Colorado Staff Council, gave members an update on the project during the governance group’s regular monthly meeting...
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Five questions for Ted Randolph

“Grad school was so much fun, doing research and discovering things and learning what no one had known before. It was so fascinating that I came as close as I...
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Staff Council looks for early jump on policy reviews

In its first meeting of the new academic year, the University of Colorado Staff Council solidified membership for two committees that will focus on university...
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Five questions for Ben Miller

A new interdisciplinary policy center on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus will focus on behavioral health in primary care and how to better deliver comprehensive...
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Five questions for Christian Valtierra

Introducing middle- and high-school students to the opportunities available in higher education is rewarding on many levels for the assistant director for...
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CU financial figures have award-winning showcase

For those of us who don’t know our deferred outflows from our assets, the Office of University Controller developed a website that makes it easier to...
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Five questions for Gail Armstrong

On the College of Nursing faculty since 2000, she now is an associate professor who focuses on adult acute care nursing and quality and safety.
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Five questions for David Rood

A professor of linguistics at the University of Colorado Boulder, he studies language structures. Rood and fellow linguists aren’t so interested in “mastering...
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Campus exposure a positive influence on middle school students

Learning the art of suturing using pigs’ feet elicited “ooohs” and some “eeews” from Skinner Middle School students participating in a program on the CU...
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Five questions for Roberta Capp

In many ways, health insurance determines a person’s access to care, and no one knows this better than Dr. Roberta Capp, assistant professor of emergency...
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Five questions for Robert Vogt

He recently finished his first year as a member of the University of Colorado Denver’s English Department at the school’s International College at Beijing.

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