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Ovia Health gives growing families support they need
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Ovia Health gives growing families support they need

From pregnancy to parenting, it is common that many soon-to-be and new parents have many questions along the way. To help answer these questions, the CU Health...
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CU’s first Rhodes Scholar in 25 years also wants to be Miss America

CU’s first Rhodes Scholar in 25 years also wants to be Miss America

Serene Singh had been a Rhodes Scholar for less than 48 hours last November when she boarded a flight for Southern California. She had a contest to get to,...
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Impulse control is just a click away

Impulse control is just a click away

Any parent knows that teaching children self-control can be daunting. A new University of Colorado Boulder interactive research program at the Children’s...
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U.S. News ranks School of Public Affairs top 25 nationally

U.S. News ranks School of Public Affairs top 25 nationally

The University of Colorado Denver’s School of Public Affairs ranks number 25 nationally in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 Best Graduate Schools Report,...
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CU School of Medicine among best medical schools in country

CU School of Medicine among best medical schools in country

The University of Colorado School of Medicine is listed No. 12 on the primary care rankings of medical schools and No. 30 on the research rankings released...
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CU opens nominations for Presidential Search Committee
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Search committee: Presidential candidates down to 10

The search for the next president of CU has narrowed to 10 candidates who will be interviewed by the Presidential Search Committee in the coming weeks. The...
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CU on Coursera, free suite of global online courses, now available

The University of Colorado has announced the launch of CU on Coursera, a free online learning program available to the university community. CU on Coursera...
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Attendees explore professional development, empowerment at Women Succeeding

Attendees explore professional development, empowerment at Women Succeeding Symposium

A day of professional development and networking was had by more than 200 attendees at the 17th Women Succeeding Symposium at CU Boulder’s University Memorial...
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Scientists and dignitaries celebrate seven decades of CU Boulder in space

In 1948, William Pietenpol, the chair of physics at the University of Colorado, assembled a team of scientists and engineers for an ambitious venture: to...
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President of Comcast’s West Division comes to CU South Denver to inspire

President of Comcast’s West Division comes to CU South Denver to inspire

The University of Colorado South Denver has announced that the President of Comcast – West Division, Steve White, will be joining them next month for their...
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Award-winning actress, producer Viola Davis to speak at CU Boulder on April 4

Award-winning actress, producer Viola Davis to speak at CU Boulder on April 4

Viola Davis, an award-winning actress of film, television and theater, will speak at CU Boulder’s Macky Auditorium on April 4. Davis is being hosted by the...
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New Accelerated Master’s Program develops public service leadership

New Accelerated Master’s Program develops public service leadership

UCCS political science majors will have a new opportunity to earn an accelerated master’s degree in public administration in a new program between the School...
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Ecohydrology: What is it and why does it matter?

Ecohydrology: What is it and why does it matter?

Many civil engineers construct buildings and design infrastructures. Allison Goodwell, PhD, is not your average civil engineer. She has her sights set on a...
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Board or Regents Meeting Coverage
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Board of Regents February meeting coverage

Regents approve civics literacy initiative Board approves motions encouraging new certificate, online effort, more Read more Budget proposal includes 3 percent...
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Diversity Award
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2019 President’s Diversity Award recipients announced

The University of Colorado President’s Diversity Award selection committee has announced its 2019 award and commendation recipients, who will be recognized at...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: February 2019

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday approved three appointments of tenure. CU Boulder Appointments with Tenure (2) David Cook-Martin , Sociology, College of...
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Williams perseveres on lacrosse field after coma last year

Williams perseveres on lacrosse field after coma last year

University of Colorado sophomore Aine Williams is a typical student-athlete. The lacrosse defender balances academics and athletics. She has meetings with her...
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Summer Camp Spotlight: Colorado Buffaloes Sport Camps

Summer Camp Spotlight: Colorado Buffaloes Sport Camps

Colorado Athletics hosts a wide variety of summer camps for children and youth, with offerings for various age groups in football, basketball, lacrosse, soccer...
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UCCS game jammers create 12 new games in 48-hour period

UCCS game jammers create 12 new games in 48-hour period

Sixty-six game designers created 12 new games in a 48-hour span as UCCS hosted one of 860 sites across the world during the 2019 Global Game Jam Jan. 27-29.
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Tuition is No. 1 revenue source for CU Denver’s budget

Tuition is No. 1 revenue source for CU Denver’s budget

Student tuition and fees account for 80 percent of the university’s $214 million annual budget. That was one key piece of information that university leaders...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Communications
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Communications

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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Biometric Screenings
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Biometric Screenings coming to CU campuses Feb. 19-April 3

Gather crucial information about your health – and get early signals that could save the day – at campus Biometric Screenings. CU Health Plan members can...
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CU Boulder breaks ground on $57 million music building expansion

CU Boulder breaks ground on $57 million music building expansion

CU Boulder broke ground today on a $57 million expansion of the Imig Music building that will enhance the College of Music’s standing as a national leader as...

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