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Foundation provides $2 million gift for proposed Engineering Annex

Foundation provides $2 million gift for proposed Engineering Annex

The proposed annex to the Engineering Building received a boost after CU President Mark Kennedy collaborated with the CU Foundation to make $2 million...
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Summit Biolabs, Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine to develop saliva tests for COVID, head and neck cancer

Summit Biolabs, Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine to develop saliva tests for COVID, head and neck cancer

Summit Biolabs announces strategic collaboration with Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine to develop and commercialize saliva liquid-biopsy tests for...
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DEI Innovation Fund will augment campuses, system diversity efforts
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DEI Innovation Fund will augment campuses, system diversity efforts

Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts at the university got a boost after CU President Mark Kennedy collaborated with the CU Foundation Board of...
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Deans of CU business schools introduce CU Diverse Doctorates in Business program

Deans of CU business schools introduce CU Diverse Doctorates in Business program

The deans of the business schools at the University of Colorado’s Boulder, Denver and Colorado Springs campuses are working on an initiative to increase the...
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Online Design and Development team recognized with national award
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Online Design and Development team recognized with national award

The Online Design and Development Team from CU’s Office of Digital Education was selected by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) as the recipient of its 2020...
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Faculty invited to contribute to CU Connections commentaries
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Faculty invited to contribute to CU Connections commentaries

The Faculty Council Communications Committee and CU Connections invite you to join our forum for conversation across the four CU campuses: CU Faculty Voices ...
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Anthropologists, linguists analyze the 2020 election in workshop series

Anthropologists, linguists analyze the 2020 election in workshop series

How is the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election affected by language and culture? Experience and learn how anthropologists and linguists decipher political messages...
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University of Colorado tops $1 billion in sponsored research funding for fourth consecutive year
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University of Colorado tops $1 billion in sponsored research funding for fourth consecutive year

For the fourth consecutive year, faculty at the University of Colorado attracted over $1 billion in annual sponsored research funding and gifts. The 2019-20...
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CU Online’s focus to emanate from the campuses
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Campuses to lead CU Online partnerships with the Office of Digital Education

The focus of the systemwide CU Online program is shifting to the campuses after an assessment of the work to date reiterated what the CU team working on the...
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President to direct CU Foundation funds to augment mental health services on campuses
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President to direct CU Foundation funds to augment mental health services on campuses

CU President Mark Kennedy CU President Mark Kennedy and the CU Foundation Board of Directors are stepping up to provide more funding for mental health services...
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CU’s All Four:One marketing campaign takes home national awards
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CU’s All Four:One marketing campaign takes home national awards

The University of Colorado system’s All Four:One marketing campaign recently earned major marketing and advertising industry honors. In the Communicator Awards...
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Sleepio
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Better sleep can improve mental wellness

Mental health is one of the most overlooked global issues we face today. Nearly 1 billion people have been diagnosed with a mental disorder, and the COVID-19...
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President’s Employee of the Year Award to be presented next month
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President’s Employee of the Year Award to be presented next month

System Staff Council has announced the President’s Employee of the Year Awards ceremony will be held virtually on Nov. 4. This year’s President’s Employee of...
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Colorado business sentiment negative but improving

Colorado business sentiment negative but improving

Colorado business optimism continues to recover from historic lows but it is still not back into positive territory, according to a new report from the CU...
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Whose Black Lives Matter? The Political Influence of Racial Appeals on Instagram

Whose Black Lives Matter? The Political Influence of Racial Appeals on Instagram

On Friday, Oct. 16, 2020, from 11 – 1 p.m. MST, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion will hold a Social Justice Teach-In, “Whose Black Lives Matter? The...
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Patients with a rare form of epilepsy now have a new treatment option

Patients with a rare form of epilepsy now have a new treatment option

Most physicians who conduct clinical trials say they were drawn to research because they wanted to discover new treatments and cures. Such findings are rare,...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Executive
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Executive

Members of the Executive Committee. Top, from left: Addison, Krakowiak, Terzian and Jones; bottom, from left: Weiss, Ferry and Zinser. Faculty Council is CU’s...
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CU’s Health Savings Account record keeper changing hands
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Deadlines extended for FSA spending, claims filing

When COVID-19 hit the United States, many non-emergency surgeries and appointments were postponed. Child care centers closed. If you had a Flexible Spending...
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Cybersecurity Awareness Month aims to strengthen online safety
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Cybersecurity Awareness Month aims to strengthen online safety

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a global effort to help everyone stay protected whenever and however you connect. The overarching theme for the month...
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Some universities show early signs of slowing COVID-19 outbreaks through temporary shutdowns

Some universities show early signs of slowing COVID-19 outbreaks through temporary shutdowns

Last week, CU Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced that the university would temporarily halt in-person classes—moving to remote-only education until...
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CU on the Weekend lecture: Compromise in an Era of Party Polarization

CU on the Weekend lecture: Compromise in an Era of Party Polarization

Americans are deeply divided along partisan lines. The disagreements between Democrats and Republicans are not just ideological, but also social. Friends are...
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New engineering research center

New engineering research center aims for sustainable electric transportation

Researchers at UCCS will play a key role in a multi-institutional effort, funded by a renewable $26 million National Science Foundation grant, to develop an...
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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Denver, online or in person

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Denver, online or in person

Submit your smartphone film to First-Ever Día de Los Muertos Short Competition, listen to artist conversations at History Colorado, enjoy free day—en español—...
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CU plays lead role in National COVID Collaborative

CU plays lead role in National COVID Collaborative

As the pandemic wears on, doctors are learning more about how to better care for patients with COVID-19, but there is still so much to learn. Moreover, the...
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IT procurement a key piece of puzzle for Transformation and Innovation
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IT procurement a key piece of puzzle for Transformation and Innovation Program

New approaches to procurement of Information Technology (IT) are being examined as part of CU’s Transformation and Innovation Program (TIP), which continues to...

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