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Cybersecurity, teacher shortage addressed in busy legislative session
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Cybersecurity, teacher shortage addressed in busy legislative session

May 9 marked the end of the Legislature’s four-month session, one that saw the introduction of a record 800 bills introduced at the Capitol. The session also...
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What’s changing in PERA?
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What’s changing in PERA?

In an effort to shore up PERA, the state’s pension system, the Legislature passed SB18-200 late on May 9, the last day of the session. CU has more than 8,600...
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CU at Pride
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Faculty Council LGBTQ+ Committee to celebrate diversity at PrideFest

The University of Colorado is proud to sponsor Denver PrideFest 2018. We are excited to celebrate our diverse CU community and the larger community of Colorado...
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Building high-performance ‘A-Team’ requires learning from the best
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Building high-performance ‘A-Team’ requires learning from the best

According to Gallup’s “State of the American Workplace” report on the modern workforce, just one-third of U.S. employees are actually engaged in their work and...
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CU Boulder Ed Talks to address hot topics

Tuesday’s CU Boulder Ed Talks to address hot topics

Join the CU Boulder School of Education for Ed Talks on Tuesday, May 22 at the Dairy Arts Center. Inspired by TED Talks, these short and engaging presentations...
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Regents honored at Capitol
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Lawmakers pay tribute to regents

State Sen. Kevin Priola led an effort to recognize Regents Kyle Hybl and Stephen Ludwig and Regent Emeritus Steve Bosley. From left: Ludwig, Bosley, Priola and...
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Self-control shaped by your 'in-group' as early as preschool

Self-control shaped by your 'in-group' as early as preschool

How a child’s social groups behave can significantly influence his or her ability to practice self-control and could have lasting impacts on development of...
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A conversation on health care with the CEO of a Fortune 500 company

A conversation on health care with the CEO of a Fortune 500 company

The CU Denver Business School’s Profiles in Healthcare class heard insights on the healthcare industry from DaVita CEO Kent Thiry.
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When should families, physicians and caregivers talk to dementia patients about giving up firearms?

When should families, physicians and caregivers talk to dementia patients about giving up firearms?

As the number of adults with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia steadily increases, questions around their access to firearms remain largely unaddressed,...
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Apply now for summer Tuition Assistance Benefit
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Apply now for summer Tuition Assistance Benefit

Faculty and staff who want to save money on their or their dependent’s summer tuition bill may begin submitting the Tuition Benefit Application through the...
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Can cannabis kill pain without getting you stoned?

Can cannabis kill pain without getting you stoned?

More than 87 percent of medical marijuana users report smoking or ingesting it for pain-related conditions. Yet for many, the cognitively impairing properties...
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Master Plan envisions big projects, including residence hall

Master Plan envisions big projects, including residence hall

The University of Colorado Denver’s 10-year Facilities Master Plan is filled with exciting and needed projects, all adding to the scholarly and student-focused...
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CU Anschutz wins $46.5 million NIH grant

CU Anschutz wins $46.5 million NIH grant

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently awarded $46.5 million to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and its Colorado Clinical and...
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OE:18
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Where should you go to receive the best care for medical treatment?

All too often, illness or injury show up out of the blue. When these situations occur, we’re faced with uncertainty about where to go for care, especially if...
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Antiquity has much to say about imperialism and what it means to be human

Antiquity has much to say about imperialism and what it means to be human

Archaeology helps us understand the lives led by everyone, not just the elite or male or adult or freeborn, observes Elspeth Dusinberre
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CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards Expo is May 15
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CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards Expo is May 15

Who doesn’t love innovation? Last year’s systemwide CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards Expo showcased creative developments in everything from trash...
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Aly Raisman reflects on sexual abuse, Olympics

Aly Raisman reflects on sexual abuse, Olympics

Accustomed to captivating millions as the captain of two gold medal winning U.S. Olympic gymnastics teams, Aly Raisman confidently took the stage at Macky...
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The real cost of driving while distracted

The real cost of driving while distracted

The CU Denver Risk Management and Insurance program and Travelers Institute partnered to hold the Disrupting Distraction Symposium to raise awareness for road...
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Celebrating 10 years and National Public Health Week

Celebrating 10 years and National Public Health Week

The Colorado School of Public Health launched its 10th Anniversary celebration during National Public Health Week, kicking off a series of collaborative...
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TIAA
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TIAA is giving away $1 million in donations to 100 difference makers

To celebrate its 100th anniversary, TIAA is recognizing outstanding individuals who spend their time inspiring others in the nonprofit sector with TIAA...
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Board of Regents April meeting coverage
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Board of Regents April meeting coverage

Regents pass small tuition increase, 3 percent compensation boost The Board of Regents on Friday passed a modest tuition increase for the University of...
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OE:18
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Open Enrollment begins April 23: Few changes, no rate increases

It’s almost the time of year for employees to dial in on available benefits options and select plans to meet their needs. Open Enrollment, from April 23 to May...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Educational Policy and University Standards
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Educational Policy and University Standards

Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing CU Connections series in which the Faculty Council highlights each of its committees and their efforts. See past...
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Regents approve changes to Regent Laws’ Article 12
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Changes to Regent Article 1, 2, 13.A, and related policies approved

The Board of Regents has approved changes to Article 1: University of Colorado Legal Origin, Mission, Ethical Conduct; Article 2: The Regents of the University...
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Musical rings win $75K in startup contest; robotic muscles grab $25K

Musical rings win $75K in startup contest; robotic muscles grab $25K

Comfortable and confident on stage with a panel of judges on one side and hundreds of eager faces in the audience, Steven Dourmashkin tapped the brightly...

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