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2023 Colorado Capital Conference seeks participants
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2023 Colorado Capital Conference seeks participants

U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper – together with Colorado Mesa University, the University of Colorado and Colorado State University – invite...
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$5 million gift creates first named deanship at CU Boulder

$5 million gift creates first named deanship at CU Boulder

Alumnus, entrepreneur and CU Boulder donor Tandean Rustandy has given $5 million to create the Tandean Rustandy Endowed Deanship at the Leeds School of...
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Limelight breaking ground on new hotel in Boulder

Aspen Hospitality and CU Boulder have announced that construction is beginning for the on-campus Limelight Hotel Boulder. The landmark conference center hotel...
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Call for nominations: Open Educational Resources Champion Awards
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Call for nominations: Open Educational Resources Champion Awards

The annual Open Educational Resources (OER) Champion Award nomination process is now open, with the Office of Academic Affairs and the Open CU Initiative...
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Watch for crucial tax forms arriving in the mail

University of Colorado employees can expect 2022 W-2 forms to be sent by Jan. 31 to the mailing address they have on file in the employee portal. Additionally...
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Reminder: Register for CU Social Justice Summit, happening Tuesday

The lineup of sessions for the Jan. 31 University of Colorado Social Justice Summit includes a welcome message from CU President Todd Saliman, a keynote by...
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African and African American studies center grand opening set for Wednesday

CU Boulder’s newest center will celebrate its grand opening on Feb. 1. The Center for African and African American Studies (CAAAS—also called “the Cause”) will...
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UCCS online programs recognized in latest U.S. News & World Report rankings

In a recent report published by U.S. News & World Report, UCCS boasts five distinct online programs ranked among the best in the nation.
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Regents engaged with outreach efforts

COLORADO SPRINGS – The University of Colorado Board of Regents last week showed its enthusiasm and appreciation for progress in one of its key priorities –...
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CU Social Justice Summit includes array of engaging sessions, community meetups

The lineup of sessions for the Jan. 31 University of Colorado Social Justice Summit includes a welcome message from CU President Todd Saliman, a keynote by...
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Dressler honored as President’s Employee of the Year

Dressler Tara Dressler, director for trademarks in the Office of University Counsel, recently was honored as the 2022 President’s Employee of the Year...
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Four newly elected members of Board of Regents to be sworn in today
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Four newly elected members of Board of Regents to be sworn in today

The four newly elected members of the University of Colorado Board of Regents will take their oaths of office today, Jan. 5, 2023. The ceremony is set for 4 p...
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Boettcher Early Career Investigator application deadline nears

Applications for the 2023 Boettcher Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program will be due to the campus grants offices in February, according to the...
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Taking in 2022: The year at CU Boulder

A look back at 2022 shows a community that leaned into national and international events. Buffs finally got to resume one of the campus's most joyous...
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UCCS celebrates Summer/Fall Class of 2022

UCCS conferred 600 degrees to students from the Class of 2022 during the Summer/Fall 2022 Commencement ceremony, held at the Broadmoor World Arena.
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Working toward our vision: Strategic Plan update

With the New Year on the horizon, it is a good time to check in on the progress being made toward achieving the 2030 Strategic Plan. For several months,...
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State FAMLI program expands paid leave to all workers in 2024
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State FAMLI program expands paid leave to all workers in 2024

Colorado’s Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) program will provide all Colorado workers a portion of their weekly salary for up to 12 weeks of...
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Research and creative work highlights from 2021-22 showcase CU Boulder’s ecosystem of discovery

Research and creative work highlights from 2021-22 showcase CU Boulder’s ecosystem of discovery

Highlights from the University of Colorado Boulder’s research, scholarship and creative work in 2021-22 paint a compelling picture of our progress toward our...
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CU continues assessment of market downturn on strategic plan accelerations

A team of campus and system chief financial officers, representatives of the CU treasury and others is continuing its work to determine the impact of the...
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CU Social Justice Summit registration opens; author and educator Bettina L. Love to give keynote talk

Registration has opened for the CU Social Justice Summit on Jan. 31, and organizers have announced that noted author, scholar and educator Bettina Love will...
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Historic sounds: As CU Denver turns 50, the university is creating an alma mater to honor its past and celebrate its future

It is common for universities to have an alma mater—a school anthem that is played at games, commencements, and other shared moments—to add a musical component...
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Make room to grow: Apply now for the Spring 2023 Tuition Assistance Benefit
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Make room to grow: Apply now for the Spring 2023 Tuition Assistance Benefit

Education is an opportunity for personal and professional growth, which is why the University of Colorado offers the Tuition Assistance Benefit (TAB). The...
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Market downturn forces adjustments to strategic plan acceleration

What a difference a year makes. Almost exactly one year ago today, CU Connections reported that administration had shared with the Board of Regents a plan to...
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What to do about Iran? Let Iranians show the way, panelists argue

A Wednesday night panel of CU Boulder and local municipal government leaders agreed there are a variety of actions U.S. citizens can take to support the...
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Announcing the new Budget Model Task Force

During the recent Town Hall, UCCS leadership spent some time discussing the status of the new incentive-based budget model. Since launching the new budget...

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