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University of Colorado announces $4 billion philanthropic campaign
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University of Colorado announces $4 billion philanthropic campaign

The University of Colorado today announced the launch of a $4 billion philanthropic campaign that will strengthen CU’s mission of improving lives in Colorado...
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Gov. Polis advances budget with $98 million boost for higher ed
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Gov. Polis advances budget with $98 million boost for higher ed

Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday submitted his first budget proposal to the Joint Budget Committee (JBC) of the General Assembly, recommending a $98 million...
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New Anthem ID cards coming to your mailbox
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New Anthem ID cards coming to your mailbox

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield will mail new health plan ID cards to CU Health Plan members the week of Jan. 21. CU Health Plan members covered by an Anthem...
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A love story, with maps

A love story, with maps

One recipe for enduring love: Wes and Linda, a typewriter and a 1902 map of Colorado.
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Make language learning your New Year’s resolution

Make language learning your New Year’s resolution

The Anderson Language and Technology Center (ALTEC) is pleased to offer multiple levels of French, Italian and Spanish in spring 2019, along with Directed...
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CU for Colorado showcases outreach programs via new interactive map
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CU for Colorado showcases outreach programs via new interactive map

CU for Colorado – the website showcasing the University of Colorado’s outreach, patient care and impact – has relaunched with a new interactive map that...
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APS Updates
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Three systemwide policy changes took effect Jan. 1

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to three administrative policy statements (two revisions and one new) from the Administrative/...
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Tuition waiver pilot program
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CU Tuition Assistance Benefit applications open

University of Colorado faculty and staff who want to save money on their or their dependent’s summer tuition bill may begin by submitting the Tuition...
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status
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Boettcher Early Career Investigator application deadline approaching

Applications for the 2019 Boettcher Foundation Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program will be due to the campus grants offices according to the...
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Carnegie promotes UCCS to research university in new classification

Carnegie promotes UCCS to research university in new classification

An expanding doctoral program and increases in research activity led to a promotion for UCCS in the new Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher...
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NSF funds study of housing recovery after Hurricane Harvey

NSF funds study of housing recovery after Hurricane Harvey

A team of faculty from the University of Colorado Denver, along with partners at Texas A&M University, has received a $600,000 grant from the National...
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Research initiative uses Big Data to improve patient care

Research initiative uses Big Data to improve patient care

Researchers at the University of Colorado College of Nursing are participating in an initiative to improve health care outcomes and efficiencies by using large...
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Is social media replacing traditional advertising?

Is social media replacing traditional advertising?

We hear it all the time: the Internet has overhauled everything. The fear is that the rise of digital media is eradicating our face-to-face, interpersonal...
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CU Anschutz to partner with Allen Institute for Immunology

CU Anschutz to partner with Allen Institute for Immunology

The Allen Institute today announced the launch of the Allen Institute for Immunology, a new division of the Institute that is dedicated to studying the human...
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Virtual human — a living cadaver — pushes boundaries of anatomical science

Virtual human — a living cadaver — pushes boundaries of anatomical science

When Victor Spitzer, PhD, director of the Center for Human Simulation at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, talks about his friend Susan Potter, he...
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Chancellor advocates for CU Boulder’s historic buildings before state’s Capital Development Committee

Chancellor advocates for CU Boulder’s historic buildings before state’s Capital Development Committee

Chancellor Philip DiStefano on Thursday, Dec. 13, presented to the state legislature’s Capital Development Committee, highlighting the impactful role state...
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'You look at our world and believe it can and should do better’

‘You look at our world and believe it can and should do better’

Mark Hawkins told the UCCS graduates to embrace the challenge of changing the world as he delivered the keynote address to more than 550 students and their...
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Education school prepares future counselors to address diverse clients

Education school prepares future counselors to address diverse clients

Deeply exploring counseling clients’ worldviews, cultural identities, privilege and oppression plays a key role in helping them heal.
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The monetization of motivation

The monetization of motivation

The recent uptick in #MondayMotivation posts in social media feeds seems to pose many questions. Is it really just an inescapable fact that Mondays are a...
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CU Connections
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Publication note: No CU Connections on Thanksgiving, Dec. 27, Jan. 3

CU Connections will not publish new issues on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 22), Dec. 27 and Jan. 3. Deadline for submissions for the Thursday, Nov. 29, issue is noon...
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Internal Audit-hosted event brings together compliance community
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Internal Audit-hosted event brings together compliance community

Among the University of Colorado’s guiding principles is the commitment to “promote and uphold the principles of ethics, integrity, transparency and...
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5 things to know about Colorado’s economy in 2019

5 things to know about Colorado’s economy in 2019

The latest version of the most comprehensive economic outlook for Colorado predicts the state will grow, but at a slower pace in 2019.
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Cutting back food stamps for immigrants likely to harm citizen children

Cutting back food stamps for immigrants likely to harm citizen children

Congress reached agreement on a final 2018 farm bill that jettisoned provisions in the House version that would expand work requirements for food stamp...
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Natural history comes to life for students statewide

Natural history comes to life for students statewide

If Jim Hakala had his way, every fourth-grader in Colorado would be able to hold a piece of ancient history.
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Faculty Council Committee Corner
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Ethnic and Minority Affairs

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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