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System administration moves prompt assessment
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System administration moves prompt assessment

Vice President for Administration Kathy Nesbitt’s announcement last week that she will leave CU to become chief operating and strategy officer for the American...
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COVID-19 relief bill might have good news for CU
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COVID-19 relief bill might have good news for CU

Federal relief legislation aimed at mitigating financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic potentially could mean $114 million in funding for the University...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Budget
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Budget

Top from left, Diana White, Monique French, Vicki Grove, David Port, David Paradis; bottom from left, Rhonda Glazier, Carol Dee, Christine Martell, Chad...
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CU Anschutz Medical Campus debuts new commercial

CU Anschutz Medical Campus debuts new commercial

Dedicating one’s days and nights to treating people who are sick, injured and suffering is not in a typical job description. It takes a certain mettle to be...
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CU and Mile High Medical Society celebrate new scholarship fund
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CU, Mile High Medical Society celebrate new scholarship honoring Blackwood

Charles J. Blackwood, M.D. The University of Colorado School of Medicine on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus this week announced the establishment of the Charles...
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CU Faculty Voices: Now, more than ever, we need to focus on inclusive teaching, Brenda Allen
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CU Faculty Voices: Now, more than ever, we need to focus on inclusive teaching

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of commentaries by CU faculty, presented by the Faculty Council Communications Committee and CU Connections. Learn more...
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Nesbitt to join American Diabetes Association
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Nesbitt to join American Diabetes Association

Nesbitt CU Vice President for Administration Kathy Nesbitt is leaving the university in March to become chief operating and strategy officer for the American...
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CU professor, regents testify for in-state tuition for American Indian students with Colorado ties

CU professor, regents testify for in-state tuition for American Indian students with Colorado ties

Calling it “an important step in recognizing past injustices,” a CU Boulder professor, two regents and alumni testified before the Colorado Senate Education...
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Taking aim during mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign: It’s not easy

Taking aim during mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign: It’s not easy

On Dec. 14, when the first COVID-19 vaccine hit Colorado, healthcare providers were cast into another trying mission: Vaccinate the state’s 5.7 million...
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Writing proves a therapeutic outlet for pandemic stress

Writing proves a therapeutic outlet for pandemic stress

Writing patient notes is just part of the daily routine for doctors, nurses and other providers. It’s a rare occasion, however, when providers are asked to...
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Answers to your COVID-19 vaccine questions
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Answers to your COVID-19 vaccine questions

With Moderna and Pfizer vaccines released and others in the approval pipeline, the state of Colorado is actively distributing doses to residents. As people...
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IT security teams continue to probe cyberattack
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IT security teams continue to probe cyberattack

Information security specialists continue to comb through data files to determine the extent and severity of the cyberattack on the university’s large file...
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CU Boulder and Anschutz experimenting with blood sugar to power prostheses

CU Boulder and Anschutz experimenting with blood sugar to power prostheses

CU Boulder and CU Anschutz researchers are developing a new technique to harvest electricity from blood sugar to power medical devices as part of a project...
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Cancer patient sees total remission with cell therapy created by CU Anschutz scientists

Cancer patient sees total remission with cell therapy created by CU Anschutz scientists

A new clinical trial at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, using cells genetically engineered by medical faculty to fight stubborn cancers, is...
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Colorado School of Public Health launches Colorado Data Dashboard to assist local public health officials, county commissioners and community leaders

Colorado School of Public Health launches Colorado Data Dashboard to assist local public health officials, county commissioners and community leaders

The Colorado School of Public Health launched a new website that provides detailed, county-level data tied to the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic. The Colorado...
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Theodosia Cook
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The role of a Chief Diversity Officer: Four competencies crucial to success

This is the second of a two-part series. Last week , we looked at the origins of the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) role and how it evolved. This week, we’ll...
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Register now for CU Social Justice Summit
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Register now for CU Social Justice Summit

Tuesday is the registration deadline for the University of Colorado’s 2021 Social Justice Summit – “Revolutionizing Systems for Equity: If Not Now, When?” – a...
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2020 forms W-2, 1095-C and 1042-S arriving soon in employee mailboxes
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2020 forms W-2, 1095-C and 1042-S arriving soon in employee mailboxes

Employee Services is announcing that all 2020 W-2s will be mailed by Jan. 31, and 1095-Cs will be mailed on March 2 to mailing addresses employees have on file...
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Champions of open educational resources eligible for annual award
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Champions of open educational resources eligible for annual 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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CU Anschutz experts break down COVID-19 effects by body part

CU Anschutz experts break down COVID-19 effects by body part

During the months-long pandemic, healthcare providers have seen a lot of things, often on levels they have never seen before. From brain fog and loss of smell...
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Webinar: Let’s Talk About Technology Fatigue

Webinar: Let’s Talk About Technology Fatigue

Join the Population Mental Health & Wellbeing Program, the Center for Health, Work & Environment, and the National Mental Health Innovation Center, for...
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Theodosia Cook
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The role of a Chief Diversity Officer

Theodosia Cook By Theodosia Cook The role of a chief diversity officer has some surprising connections to 19th century change management and organizational...
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CU Anschutz COVIDome Project aimed at speeding lifesaving treatment

CU Anschutz COVIDome Project aimed at speeding lifesaving treatment

Last spring, as healthcare providers and scientists around the world scrambled to treat a surge of patients infected with a virus that experts knew little...
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Challenging times call for diversifying CU’s revenue
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Challenging times call for diversifying CU’s revenue

The balance between state support and tuition revenue has changed markedly since the 1970s. State support was once more than three times tuition revenue. State...
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CU to search for leader for online initiative
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CU to search for leader for online initiative

CU will take the next steps on its journey to expand its online education presence and offerings by searching for a permanent leader for the Office of Digital...

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