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Coalition: People with cognitive disabilities have equal right to technology, information access

A declaration asserting the need for equality in technology and information access for the 28 million Americans with cognitive disabilities was unveiled...
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Administration responds to Faculty Council resolution on fiscal management of CU Health Trust

Saying she was “concerned that the Faculty Council was asked to act on (a) proposal without complete or accurate information,” a top CU administrator read a...
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Work of CU’s Nobel winners in spotlight at upcoming event

At a CU Lunch and Learn presentation, Stein Sture, CU-Boulder vice chancellor of research, will discuss how the work of the Nobel winners has influenced...
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CU’s outreach across the state showcased in new initiative

The programs compiled within CU For Colorado reflect the four pillars that encompass all of the university’s activities.
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Regents approve 10-year master plan for Anschutz Medical Campus

Leadership says population growth of 30 percent can be addressed with a 20 percent increase in space, primarily needed for research labs and offices.
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Regents vote to expand anti-discrimination policy

Protection for diverse expression of political philosophy, as well as gender identity and gender expression, now are included in the CU Board of Regents’ anti-...
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Faculty Council wants greater detail from CU Health Trust

The CU Faculty Council last week voted in favor of a motion asking that university leadership direct auditors to assemble more detailed reporting about the...
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CU’s outreach across the state showcased in new initiative

CU’s presence is felt in communities small and large all across the state. In an effort to make that a top-of-mind point for more Coloradans, CU President...
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Five questions for Stephen Ludwig

The upcoming COLTT Conference promises dozens of presentations and workshops from professionals with credentials in academia and scientific applications,...
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Fueled with CU science, MAVEN ready for cross-country trip

The spacecraft recently was shown off at Jefferson County’s Lockheed Martin Space Systems, where representatives from that company, CU and NASA gathered for a...
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Regents call for survey of diversity climate

Current and past faculty members from CU-Boulder made comments to the board about personal experience and perspectives largely regarding political tolerance.
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Regents fail to choose new chair

In a deadlock unlike any in recent memory, the University of Colorado Board of Regents failed to elect a chair for the upcoming year, casting 14 rounds of...
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Four CU researchers named 2013 Boettcher Investigators

University of Colorado medical researchers whose lab work is leading to better human health have been named to the 2013 Class of Boettcher Investigators in the...
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Regents OK sale of part of Ninth and Colorado property

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Tuesday voted to authorize the sale of 6.74 acres of the East Ninth Avenue and Colorado Boulevard campus...
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Five questions for Timothy Orr

The start of rehearsals last week marked a significant milestone for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival's interim producing artistic director, but nothing will...
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Faculty share scholarship of teaching and learning

The President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) – the University of Colorado’s Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Program – hosted its latest...
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Story of Bolder Boulder began with Bosley

CU Regent Steve Bosley traded his suit and tie for a Bolder Boulder logo polo shirt to offer a narrative history of the race during a brown bag lunch presented...
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Successful legislation will help CU attract state’s top students

University of Colorado-backed legislation aimed at helping the state’s higher education institutions secure the best and brightest in-state students is...
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Regents discuss intellectual diversity

The CU Board of Regents debated the idea of intellectual diversity among faculty during the board’s Tuesday meeting, with Regent James Geddes, R-Sedalia,...
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Napierkowski, Shockley-Zalabak honored by Faculty Council

The UCCS chancellor and UCCS English professor received awards at the final Faculty Council meeting of the academic year.
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CU pursuing legislation aimed at attracting state’s best students

Campus leadership has said that CU often loses Colorado’s best college prospects to out-of-state institutions offering richer scholarship packages.
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Five questions for James Hill

The executive director of the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center talks about the facility's first year -- and his 'eureka' moment in the obesity battle.
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Regents vote 6-3 in favor of tuition rates proposed by university leadership

During its Tuesday meeting at 1800 Grant St. in Denver, the CU Board of Regents voted to approve a slate of tuition rates requested by leadership at University...
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Griego talks student support with Faculty Council

After conversations at recent Faculty Council and Board of Regents meetings about student success across the University of Colorado system, Regent Irene Griego...
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Bill seeking four-year degrees at community colleges dies

Senate Bill 165 -- co-sponsored by Sen. Nancy Todd, D-Aurora, and Rep. Jim Wilson, R-Chaffee – sought permission for Colorado’s 13 community colleges to grant...

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