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CU-NIST scientists show chemistry possible at ultralow temperatures

Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado University of Colorado at Boulder adjoint professors of physics Deborah Jin, left, and Jun Ye in their cold...
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100 staffers get motivated on Staff Enrichment Day

A trio of speakers reminded classified staff of their worth, the choices they make, and how life requires adapting to change. Close to 100 University of...
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UC Denver announces state's first bioengineering department

The University of Colorado Denver announced that it will be home to the first Bioengineering Department in the state, pending Colorado Commission of Higher...
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UC Denver announces state's first bioengineering department

The University of Colorado Denver announced that it will be home to the first Bioengineering Department in the state, pending Colorado Commission of Higher...
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Regents adopt guiding principles following robust debate about diversity

University of Colorado regents on Thursday, Feb. 11, adopted an overarching mission statement and a set of guiding principles that define CU's identity as an...
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Five Questions for Nanna Meyer

Nanna Meyer With the Winter Games opening on Friday, Feb. 12, Olympic fever is about to overtake the nation. You can't help but fall in love with the athletes...
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New grant program for early career biomedical researchers debuts at CU

University of Colorado biomedical researchers just starting out in their careers now have a professional avenue that could speed their transition into...
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Panel to discuss effects of federal stimulus spending in Colorado

How is funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act affecting Colorado? That's the question to be taken on by panelists at a discussion Wednesday,...
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University ranks second nationally for Peace Corps volunteers

Each morning, University of Colorado at Boulder alumna Julie Fast wakes to the footsteps of "campesinos" hiking past her front door in Peru on their way to...
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Political, business leaders highlight Black History Month event

Carroll The speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives will be the keynote speaker for a Black History Month celebration Tuesday, Feb. 16, at the...
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Media forensics center launches with new master's program

The official launch of the National Center for Media Forensics was in and of itself something to celebrate, but with the announcement of the master's program,...
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School of Dental Medicine gives kids a smile

Photo by Glenn J. Asakawa It was a day of big smiles for more than 125 young dental patients who gathered Friday, Feb. 5, at the University of Colorado School...
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2009 W-2 forms

W-2 forms for the 2009 tax year have been mailed to all employees. Employees should allow sufficient time for delivery. If you have not received your W-2, you...
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Flexibility for higher education on hold at Capitol

Senate Bill 10-003, the legislation aimed at giving higher education institutions greater flexibility in several state-regulated areas, is in a holding pattern...
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Threats to state funding continue to fester at Capitol

A recent revision by Gov. Bill Ritter to the current budget is resulting in $5.5 million less for higher education in the state, including a $1.5 million cut...
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Physics professor set to testify before Congress on value of STEM

Noah Finkelstein Noah Finkelstein, an associate professor of physics education research at the University of Colorado at Boulder, will testify before Congress...
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Lawmakers say 'thank you' to CU lifesavers

Sen. Rollie Heath thanks Norio Fukami, M.D., for saving his life. Sen. Rollie Heath thanks Norio Fukami, M.D.,for saving his life. The University of Colorado...
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CU Women Succeeding Symposium offers information, career development

The 2010 CU Women Succeeding Symposium is set for Feb. 26 at the Anschutz Medical Campus. The day of recognition, information, career development, support and...
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Forum to present debate over constitutional reform

"Ungovernable States: Prospects for Constitutional Reform in California and Colorado" is set for 7 p.m. Feb. 24 in the Turnhalle Opera House at the Tivoli...
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Solar panels produce energy for campus, contribute to state goal

Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado Solar panels installed at the University of Colorado at Boulder on the roofs of the Coors Events/Conference Center,...
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University launches effort to boost ranks of science and education teachers

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will join other leading universities working to increase the number of math and science teachers in the United...
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Giving Back Campaign making fans of volunteerism

UC Denver's inaugural Giving Back Campaign extended well into the new year, with faculty and staff connecting with the community, sharing time and talents...
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Emergency medicine physicians take part in suicide research trial

Emergency room physicians see the impact of patients who attempt suicide. Too often these patients don't receive the ongoing care they need. The physicians in...
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Environmental Health and Safety

Are you an employee or affiliate of the University of Colorado Denver who is required to complete either "Bloodborne Pathogens" or "Chemical Waste Management...
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State lawmakers to recognize CU cancer researchers, doctors

State lawmakers on Friday, Jan. 29, will meet with a delegation of University of Colorado researchers, doctors and top leadership at the Legislature as part of...

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