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Tuition waiver benefit decision expected by spring
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Tuition waiver benefit won’t see wide expansion this year

Following months of consideration, CU administration has determined that the tuition waiver benefit for faculty and staff will largely remain unchanged for the...
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CU adds two new President’s Teaching Scholars
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CU adds two new President’s Teaching Scholars

CU has added two faculty members to the ranks of the President’s Teaching Scholars, the roster of educators who skillfully integrate teaching and research at...
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University of Colorado A Line
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Tens of thousands help launch University of Colorado A Line

The University of Colorado A Line drew an estimated 80,000 riders Friday and Saturday, when the Regional Transportation District’s new commuter rail service...
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OE:2016
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Open Enrollment campus benefits sessions run through May 5

Open Enrollment Sessions and Fairs continue through May 5, with the aim of educating faculty, staff and retirees about CU Health Plan offerings available...
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Mice flown in space show nascent liver damage

Mice flown in space show nascent liver damage

In a discovery with implications for long-term spaceflight and future missions to Mars, a researcher at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has...
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President’s Diversity Awards
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Leaders in inclusiveness chosen for President’s Diversity Awards

The University of Colorado President’s Diversity Award recipients and commendation recipients have been selected for academic year 2016.
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State lawmakers recommend historic funding increase for higher ed
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State budget advances

The state Legislature on Friday made official its OK of the 2016-17 budget, which now advances to Gov. John Hickenlooper for his signature.
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Funding opportunity: Call for PTLC research projects
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Funding opportunity: Call for research projects

The President’s Teaching and Learning ​Collaborative: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (PTLC) invites proposals for 2016-17 research projects that will...
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Consortium takes lead on studying climate change effects on health

CCTSI launches careers of young researchers

The Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI) TL1 program is making CU Anschutz a top-choice for students like Michelle Nelsen, who is...
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RTD A Line
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RTD’s airport train poised to propel CU brand higher

The long-anticipated University of Colorado A Line train from Union Station to Denver International Airport will usher in a new era of transportation in the...
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Open Enrollment: Annual eyewear coverage, updated plan network on menu
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Open Enrollment: Annual eyewear coverage, updated plan network on menu

If you go through glasses or contact lenses frequently, or if you’re a northern Colorado resident looking for new health care coverage options, you’re in luck...
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CCTSI’s Boot Camp Translation cuts medical jargon, improves community health

CCTSI’s Boot Camp Translation cuts medical jargon, improves community health

​Medical guidelines use language and concepts that are not always understood by patients, making it difficult for them to choose the best treatment.
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Board of Regents Meeting Coverage
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Complete Board of Regents meeting coverage

Regents unanimously approve faculty, staff salary increases, Modest tuition increases include new four-year guarantee at CU-Boulder, New vice chancellor on a...
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Modest tuition increases include new four-year guarantee at CU-Boulder
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Regents unanimously approve faculty, staff salary increases

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Wednesday unanimously approved a base-building 2 percent salary pool for CU-Boulder, CU Colorado Springs and CU...
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Tuition
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Modest tuition increases include new four-year guarantee at CU-Boulder

The Board of Regents on Wednesday approved tuition rates for the 2016-17 academic year, including a new commitment to guarantee rates for resident...
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New vice chancellor on a mission for CU South Denver
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New vice chancellor on a mission for CU South Denver

Luella Chavez D’Angelo used to drive past the Liniger Building at CU South Denver, not quite sure what to make of the only visual cue of the University of...
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Regents roundup: Tenure award, new degree approval, more
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Regents roundup: Tenure award, new degree approval, more

At its April 5-6 meeting at the University of Colorado Denver, the CU Board of Regents approved one award of tenure. The faculty member is: University of...
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F3Journey to space began at CU

Journey to space began at CU

Kjell Lindgren, MD ’02, has wanted to be an astronaut as long as he can remember. That dream became a reality in July 2015 when he blasted off from Kazakhstan...
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Advancement Website

Office of Advancement launches new website

The CU Anschutz Office of Advancement is pleased to announce the launch of its new website:supportcuanschutz.ucdenver.edu. The mobile-friendly site was created...
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As lawmakers assemble, budget uncertainty looms for CU
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Changes to state budget, new bills bring good news for CU

This week’s introduction of the 2016-17 Long Bill – the state’s proposed budget – brought with it unexpectedly good, welcome news for higher education and the...
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OE:2016
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Open Enrollment keeps things simple with minimal plan changes

During this year’s Open Enrollment – April 25-May 13 – the University of Colorado encourages faculty and staff to learn more about their benefits plans and...
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COLTT
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Submit a proposal to the COLTT Conference

The 2016 Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference call for proposals is now open.
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$10 million pledge starts National Behavioral Health Innovation Center

$10 million pledge starts National Behavioral Health Innovation Center

Colorado’s newest center dedicated to improving mental and behavioral health has been established with a $10 million five-year commitment from The Anschutz...
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Ludwig on tuition waiver expansion: numbers first, then how to pay
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Ludwig on tuition waiver expansion: numbers first, then how to pay

CU’s tuition waiver benefit, which is being reviewed by administrators for potential changes and expansion, proved to be a focal point of discussion among...
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As lawmakers assemble, budget uncertainty looms for CU
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Halfway through legislative session, budget decisions loom

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson updated members of the CU Staff Council (UCSC) on a variety of issues facing the university during the council...

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