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Rare brain donation could shed light on Alzheimer’s pathology

Rare brain donation could shed light on Alzheimer’s pathology

As he looks back on this year’s activities at the Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center, Huntington Potter, PhD, points to one event that was especially...
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Conference focuses on community-engaged research

Conference focuses on community-engaged research

As I grabbed one of the last available seats in the Fulginiti Pavilion, I settled in to hear Stephen Thomas, PhD, deliver the keynote address for the eighth...
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AIDS Clinical Trials Unit celebrates 25 years of progress

AIDS Clinical Trials Unit celebrates 25 years of progress

Diagnosed in 1991, David Dillon was sure his HIV-positive test was a death sentence. He’d watched friends die, struggling on the only drugs available at the...
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American pre-health undergraduates, international scholars celebrate ISCORE

American pre-health undergraduates, international scholars celebrate ISCORE

Match the academic eagerness of CU Denver pre-health undergraduates with the abilities of distinguished international scholars at CU Anschutz Medical Campus...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication
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Publication note: No CU Connections on Thanksgiving, Dec. 21 and 28

CU Connections will not publish new issues on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23), Dec. 21 and Dec. 28. Deadline for submissions for the Thursday, Nov. 30, issue is...
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Bruce Benson
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Benson: 10-year performance indicators show strength of CU

CU President Bruce Benson “Efficiency,” “reputation” and “culture” are common keywords that University of Colorado President Bruce Benson uses when speaking to...
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Sale of CU bonds results in gross savings of $49.2 million for university
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Sale of CU bonds results in gross savings of $49.2 million for university

With uncertainty over federal tax reform looming – and pressure increasing on rates in major tax-exempt, fixed-income markets – the University of Colorado last...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Women
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Women

Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing CU Connections series in which the Faculty Council highlights each of its committees and their efforts. See past...
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CU employees, eligible dependents can save money on spring tuition
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CU employees, eligible dependents can save money on spring tuition

To provide accessible educational opportunities to faculty, staff and their families, the University of Colorado’s Tuition Waiver Benefit grants waived or...
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Expert on air pollution, tobacco control takes reins of ColoradoSPH

Expert on air pollution, tobacco control takes reins of ColoradoSPH

The newest dean on campus has a lot to boast about. A recent invitation to the Vatican. An award presented by a king. But after 40 years in a career that...
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Meeting Coverage
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Board of Regents November meeting roundup

Game-changing online education proposal approved by CU regents The University of Colorado Board of Regents has unanimously approved an ambitious $20 million...
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Game-changing online education proposal approved by CU regents

Cathy Beuten/University of Colorado Regent Stephen Ludwig introduces online education goals at this month's Board of Regents meeting. The University of...
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Low loan debt, high return on investment for CU students, grads
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Low loan debt, high return on investment for CU students, grads

Data on University of Colorado student loan debt and financial aid continues to indicate good news for students and graduates. Todd Saliman, vice president and...
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Regents notes: Student brain injury; new degrees
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Regents notes: Student brain injury; new degrees

Campus leaders say CU Boulder is committed to studying traumatic brain injury and preventing it among students – athletes and non-athletes alike. At the...
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Close of calendar year brings to-do list for employees
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Close of calendar year brings to-do list for employees

The windup of 2017 is near, bringing with it key changes and deadlines for all University of Colorado employees. To ensure they receive important documents...
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Ending abuse – one ‘flag’ at a time

Ending abuse – one ‘flag’ at a time

Although it can feel overwhelming at times, with allegations of sexual abuse running rampant from Hollywood to Capitol Hill and numerous college campuses in...
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Communication, policy review topics of discussion for Staff Council
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Communication, policy review topics of discussion for Staff Council

Two guests spoke to University of Colorado Staff Council members about communications and policy during the group’s Nov. 9 meeting on the University of...
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Traystman remembered for bringing passion, wit, success to university

Traystman remembered for bringing passion, wit, success to university

Although his office now sits empty, a rarity during his 10 years with the University of Colorado, Richard “Dick” Traystman, PhD, lives on through his legacy...
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Sounding the alarm on climate change

Sounding the alarm on climate change

The adverse impacts to human health from global warming are undeniable and on track to worsen, without significant interventions, in the coming decades.
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New ways to integrate Skillsoft into your classroom, office
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New ways to integrate Skillsoft into your classroom, office

Over the summer, Skillsoft upgraded and opened access to all CU students. Previously, this learning system’s 4,000-plus courses, instructor led-trainings, 25,...
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What happens when pot becomes legal?

What happens when pot becomes legal?

Does legalizing recreational marijuana in a state lead its residents to use it, or other substances, more? How does legalization impact careers, family life...
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CU, state higher ed could benefit from 9.7 percent funding boost
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Governor proposes 9.7 percent funding increase for higher education

The fiscal year 2018-19 state budget request that Gov. John Hickenlooper released late Wednesday calls for an $86.9 million increase for higher education, the...
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Regent Glen Gallegos, District 3
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Gallegos advocates for 3rd Congressional District, rural education

Regent Glen Gallegos, District 3 Regent Glen Gallegos may be based in Grand Junction, but he doesn’t let the distance from CU campuses and administration keep...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Communications
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Communications

Editor’s note: This is the first in an ongoing CU Connections series in which the Faculty Council highlights each of its committees and their efforts. Faculty...
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Call for proposals: 16th Annual CU Women Succeeding

The 16th Annual CU Women Succeeding Professional Development Symposium will be Feb. 23, 2018, at Williams Village, CU Boulder. The Faculty Council Women’s...

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