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Updates on implementation of Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act
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Colorado’s Equal Pay Act: What does it mean for you?

In 2019, Colorado passed the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act , which took effect on Jan. 1, 2021. The law is designed to reduce the compensation gap that exists...
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Mountain residents underestimate wildfire risk, overestimate preparedness

Mountain residents underestimate wildfire risk, overestimate preparedness

An hour southwest of Denver on U.S. Highway 285, the North Fork of the South Platte River flows through Bailey, Colorado, surrounded by sprawling forest,...
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Theatreworks continues touring Shakespeare tradition for summer 2021

Theatreworks continues touring Shakespeare tradition for summer 2021

In the summer of 2021, Theatreworks again brings accessible theatre to the vibrant communities of the Pikes Peak region through our Free-For-All program...
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CU Denver study: Introducing play to higher education reduces stress, forms deeper connection to course material

CU Denver study: Introducing play to higher education reduces stress, forms deeper connection to course material

A new study found higher education students are more engaged and motivated when they are taught using playful pedagogy rather than the traditional lecture-...
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Podcast: How does social media affect our mental health?

Podcast: How does social media affect our mental health?

According to Emily Hemendinger, licensed clinical social worker and certified public health practitioner, these are a few of the manifestations of social media...
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Juneteenth webinar to examine ‘Liberatory Love and Freedom’
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Juneteenth webinar to examine ‘Liberatory Love and Freedom’

The University of Colorado system Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) invites you to attend a Juneteenth keynote, “Liberatory Love and Freedom:...
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Strategic transformation team to lead next phase of Financial Futures

Strategic transformation team to lead next phase of Financial Futures

Financial Futures, designed and launched to align campus resources with the university’s priorities and mission, is continuing through June 2023. “As a campus...
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Smaller, faster, stronger: NSF grant will help Tvrdy develop the electronics of the future

Smaller, faster, stronger: NSF grant will help Tvrdy develop the electronics of the future

Each year, consumers demand more from their electronic devices – smaller sizes, faster processing and better performance. As engineers scramble to meet these...
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New CU program tackles medicine’s tough realities before they matter

Juneteenth history: Why doesn’t everyone know about Texas?

Juneteenth, which combines the words June and nineteenth, is an unofficial national holiday marking the day Major General Gordon Granger of the Union army read...
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New CU program tackles medicine’s tough realities before they matter

New CU program tackles medicine’s tough realities before they matter

Bryn Launer took a deep breath as she picked up the phone. She was calling the brother of a patient with a severe head injury suffered in a motorcycle accident...
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CU Regents name Todd Saliman interim president

Todd Saliman The CU Board of Regents on Tuesday named Todd Saliman the institution’s interim president on a unanimous vote. The appointment is effective July 1...
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Colorado leaders react to Saliman appointment
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Colorado leaders react to Saliman appointment

Leaders across the state of Colorado reacted to the appointment Tuesday of Todd Saliman as CU’s interim president. Some comments: Brown Hank Brown , former CU...
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CU names Michael Sandler vice president for communication

Michael Sandler The University of Colorado on Friday named Michael Sandler as vice president for communication for its four-campus system. Sandler is now...
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Free Coursera courses expanded for CU faculty, staff, students
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Free Coursera courses expanded for CU faculty, staff, students

The catalog of online courses offered free to CU faculty, staff and students expanded this spring thanks to participation in a consortium of university...
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100 years later: Colorado Law professor reflects on Tulsa Race Massacre

100 years later: Colorado Law professor reflects on Tulsa Race Massacre

It was one of the worst massacres in American history, yet, for many Americans, the Tulsa Race Massacre is not widely known. From May 31 to June 1, 1921,...
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Are the COVID-19 vaccines good news for cancer care?

Are the COVID-19 vaccines good news for cancer care?

Long before RNA and mRNA became important parts of the COVID-19 vaccine conversation, researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine were...
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Regents active in presidential transition discussions

The University of Colorado Board of Regents this week met to continue its work on the presidential transition. Additionally, the board’s Governance Committee...
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Transformation and Innovation Program in transition as projects move forward
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Transformation and Innovation Program in transition as projects move forward

As CU’s Transformation and Innovation Program approaches the start of its third year, several projects are moving forward while the Program Management Office...
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Healthy gut and healthy heart: AB Nexus funds second round of grants

Healthy gut and healthy heart: AB Nexus funds second round of grants

Now well into its first year, AB Nexus announced a new round of grants totaling $550,000 for collaborative projects from researchers at CU Boulder and CU...
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CU-sponsored National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education set for June
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CU-sponsored National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education set for June

CU is among the sponsors of this year’s National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE), a leading forum on issues of race and...
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CU Boulder announces Center for African and African American Studies

CU Boulder announces Center for African and African American Studies

CU Boulder Provost Russell Moore announced today the university has established the Center for African and African American Studies, or CAAAS, (also called “...
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One year later: How George Floyd’s death changed us

One year later: How George Floyd’s death changed us

On May 25, 2020, then-police officer Derek Chauvin murdered Minneapolis resident George Floyd in full view of the public. Floyd’s death was caught on video and...
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Donations from 10th annual Move-Out event have surprising second lives

Donations from 10th annual Move-Out event have surprising second lives

As students moved out of residence halls this year, the UCCS Office of Sustainability was busy giving gently-used items a second home – and even a chance to...
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June ‘soft return’ questions answered at info session

June ‘soft return’ questions answered at info session

On June 1, campus employees will begin their “soft return” to the workplace in preparation for in-person operations during the fall 2021 semester. To offer...
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With a treasure trove of data, CU Anschutz gears up to strike gold

With a treasure trove of data, CU Anschutz gears up to strike gold

Staying competitive in the medical field now requires a new type of mining. While there are no hard hats required, extracting data from a vast array of...

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