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Campaign touts CU Health Plan’s digital convenience
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Campaign touts CU Health Plan’s digital convenience

In collaboration with CU Health Plan administrators – Anthem, Kaiser and Delta Dental of Colorado – the CU Health Plan team has launched the Your Health, Your...
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CU making progress toward goals in systemwide strategic plan

CU has reached or is reaching most goals outlined in the systemwide strategic plan , the Board of Regents heard during a mid-year progress report from...
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Open Learning Resources
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Apply now for Open Educational Resources Champion Award

The Office of Academic Affairs and the Open CU Steering Team are accepting nominations for the annual Open Educational Resources (OER) Champion Award. The...
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After the fire: A look at the Marshall Fire’s community impact

After the fire: A look at the Marshall Fire’s community impact

As the devastating Marshall Fire burned on Dec. 30, 2021, hundreds of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff were among those who fled parts of unincorporated...
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Research and creative work highlights from last year set the stage for a groundbreaking 2022

Resilience, collaboration and impact come to mind when reflecting on University of Colorado Boulder research, scholarship and creative works in 2020–21.
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Season 2 of ‘The Free Mind’ podcast has launched

New episodes in season 2 air the second Tuesday of each month through May 10, 2022.
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U.S. Department of Labor recognizes new Registered Apprenticeship Program track, part of UCCS C-CAP partnership with BSI Group

The UCCS C-CAP Cybersecurity Penetration and Vulnerability Tester program, designed to prepare cybersecurity apprentices for roles in one of the fastest...
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CU Denver launches FindHelpNow

Students, faculty, and staff at CU Denver who are facing any type of crisis can now go to one place: help.UCDenver.edu. The anonymous FindHelpNow website is an...
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Webinar to delve into student choice, belonging in online learning

The COLTT (Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology) conference is offering a webinar on Student Choice and Belonging in Online Learning, set for noon-1...
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How to take care of your mental health during a pandemic

How to take care of your mental health during a pandemic

As we approach the two-year anniversary of the start of the global pandemic, life has begun to feel a bit like limbo for many. We’re reclaiming whatever bits...
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Expand your cultural understanding by learning languages; ALTEC prices change Jan. 16

Learn world languages with ALTEC this spring. Remote, non-credit classes are open to adults worldwide in American Sign Language, Chinese, French, German,...
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Why older adults are more resilient in the face of the pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, older adults have often been thought to be more vulnerable to loneliness and isolation. Yet new research by Leilani Feliciano,...
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CU Anschutz Medical Campus named an Age-Friendly University for its commitment to older adults

The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has been designated an Age-Friendly University for its leadership in research, education and care for older...
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Regent Montera
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Regent Ken Montera officially joins board

Regent Ken Montera The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday welcomed a new member, Ken Montera, who took his oath of office during an online ceremony. Gov. Jared...
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Boulder County Fires
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CU community raises $150,000 to help victims of fires

The University of Colorado continues to offer support and resources to members of the CU community affected by last week’s devastating Boulder County fires,...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: LGBTQ+

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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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status
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Boettcher Early Career Investigator application deadline nears

Applications for the 2022 Boettcher Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program will be due to the campus grants offices in February according to the...
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Ultrafast lasers, ultracold atoms and more as Rep. Neguse tours JILA

Ultrafast lasers, ultracold atoms and more as Rep. Neguse tours JILA

This week, U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse got a first-hand look at the future of ultrafast lasers, record-setting clocks and quantum computers on the CU Boulder campus...
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Johnson Beth-El Clinics at the Lane Center offer clinical hours for students entering the healthcare workforce

Johnson Beth-El Clinics at the Lane Center offer clinical hours for students entering the healthcare workforce

During the last academic year, the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences clinics at the Lane Center for Academic Health...
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State of Research address highlights strong growth, breadth of research and talent on campus

Growth, collaboration and COVID-19 marked the second annual State of Research Address on Dec. 7, with Thomas Flaig, MD, vice chancellor for research,...
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Applications for spring 2022 Tuition Assistance Benefit now being accepted
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Applications for spring 2022 Tuition Assistance Benefit now being accepted

Learning is an experience that belongs to everyone. The four campuses of the University of Colorado are ever focused on expanding human knowledge and making...
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How is this variant different? 10 omicron questions answered

How is this variant different? 10 omicron questions answered

Two weeks after the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported the emergence of a concerning new variant of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) in...
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Photo feature: 13th Annual Mountain Lion Research Day

Photo feature: 13th Annual Mountain Lion Research Day

More than 80 faculty and student researchers brought their findings – and their research posters — to the Gallogly Event Center on Dec. 4 for the 13th annual...
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Associate professor joins international team in discovery of Europe’s earliest female infant burial

Associate professor joins international team in discovery of Europe’s earliest female infant burial

Working in a cave in Liguria, Italy, an international team of researchers uncovered the oldest documented burial of an infant girl in the European...
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Virtual reality opens patients’ eyes to their own cancerous tumors

Virtual reality opens patients’ eyes to their own cancerous tumors

Thomas Delong, PhD, remembers the first time he saw the walnut-sized tumor growing on the base of his tongue. “I sat down at a 2D computer screen and was shown...

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