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ColoradoSPH launches Rocky Mountain COVID Data dashboard to help public health officials

As the COVID pandemic made clear, public health officials need to be equipped with the best available information to optimize public health operations both now...
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Regents announce committee member assignments for 2023-24
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Regents announce committee member assignments for 2023-24

The CU Board of Regents last week announced committee member assignments for the 2023-24 fiscal year. The year’s schedule of committee meetings will be...
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College of Business launches organizational social impact minor

Many students arrive at UCCS with the desire to not only change their own lives, but to change the world. Social enterprises and nonprofit organizations set...
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University of Colorado Denver signs historic agreement with Northern Arapaho Tribe

Collegebound students from the Northern Arapaho Tribe will have access to an endowed scholarship to attend the University of Colorado Denver, thanks to an...
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From turmoil to triumph: Empowering health care and public health workers for post-COVID recovery

The Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience at UCCS has partnered with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus – Department of Psychiatry (Stress,...
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Board of Regents approves $5.9 billion budget for CU

The CU Board of Regents on Friday approved a $5.9 billion budget for the CU system’s 2023-24 fiscal year, an increase of 5.1% over the 2022-23 estimated budget...
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CU celebrates LGBTQ+ community at Denver Pride
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CU celebrates LGBTQ+ community at Denver Pride

CU last weekend marked its eighth consecutive year as a proud sponsor of Denver Pride , the annual festival, parade and 5K race celebrating the LGBTQ+...
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Tenure list: June 2023

The CU Board of Regents on June 22-23 approved 82 tenure awards and appointments. CU Boulder Effective Aug. 21, 2023, unless otherwise noted Awards of tenure:...
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College of Music hosts national program advancing cultural diversity

You may not be familiar with the Sphinx Performance Academy (SPA), but know this: It has changed the lives of thousands of underrepresented young musicians...
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UCCS third in the nation for cybersecurity community outreach, Bliss awarded Community Service Recognition

The CAE Community of Practice for Cyber Defense (CoP-CD) has awarded Gretchen Bliss a Community Service Recognition Award, and it has awarded the University of...
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Usha Sharma named CU treasurer
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Usha Sharma named CU treasurer

The University of Colorado Board of Regents has named Usha Sharma as CU’s next treasurer and chief investment officer. Usha Sharma Vice Chair of the Board Ken...
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Colorado Capital Conference returns with strong CU presence
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Colorado Capital Conference returns with strong CU presence

The Colorado Capital Conference resumed this year for the first time since 2019, before the pandemic, drawing more than 100 Coloradans – and University of...
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CU Advantage website tops Innovation and Efficiency honorees
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CU Advantage website tops Innovation and Efficiency honorees

It’s a competitive world out there, and that competition was certainly evident in this year’s CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards. The program seeks out...
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Important health plan changes starting July 1

CU Health Plan enrollees have some important plot developments to catch up on for the new plan year, which begins July 1. Whether you decided to keep your...
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CU Denver deepens research activities within Latino Research and Policy Center

A CU system investment of over $1 million will help advance the center’s critical work in educational equity and environmental justice as the university...
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CU data center move set for Oct. 6-9

CU data center move set for Oct. 6-9

The University of Colorado will relocate its enterprise servers to a new, modern facility on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. UIS will begin the move at noon...
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Jennifer Sobanet announced as interim chancellor at UCCS

Jennifer Sobanet announced as interim chancellor at UCCS

Jennifer Sobanet, Ed.D., will be the interim chancellor for UCCS beginning July 1. Sobanet is a Coloradan and state higher education leader. Her experience...
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Satellites reveal widespread decline in global lake water storage

More than 50 percent of the largest lakes in the world are losing water, according to a groundbreaking new assessment published in Science . The key culprits...
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Olympic and Paralympic sculpture dedication

A sculpture dedication held on Tuesday, May 30 unveiled the new “Olympians and Paralympians Among Us” sculpture. The artwork celebrates not only the UCCS...
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CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus becomes first Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution in Rocky Mountain region

CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus has become the first institution in the Rocky Mountain region to be recognized by the federal government as an Asian...
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CU Denver’s Smart Futures Lab promises to be an innovation hub in downtown Denver

The lab is a result of a $2 million U.S. Economic Development Administration grant, and the collaboration of CU Denver’s College of Engineering, Design and...
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CU School of Medicine celebrates Class of 2023

CU School of Medicine celebrates Class of 2023

After a medical school experience mostly shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Class of 2023 graduates from the University of Colorado School of Medicine are...
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Scheduled UIS maintenance windows through July 2024 announced

Planned maintenance windows from August 2023 through July 2024 have been scheduled and posted to the University Information Services Business Calendar. The UIS...
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University of Colorado soars into top five for launching startups

The University of Colorado is a national leader in startup creation with a growing suite of entrepreneurial resources giving innovative researchers...
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The science – and benefits – of dream interpretation

“Dreams have been historically interesting to people,” said Frederick L. Coolidge, professor of psychology. “They have their place in religion, and they are...

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