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Pianist to discuss Beethoven’s triumph over tragedy

Pianist to discuss Beethoven’s triumph over tragedy

The CU Arts and Humanities Program at the Center for Bioethics and Humanities 2017 Henry Claman Visiting Professor in Medical Humanities will be the...
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Staff Council continues to gather information on parental leave
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Staff Council continues to gather information on parental leave

The University of Colorado Staff Council committee studying paid parental leave continues to gather data about peer institutions and businesses that offer the...
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Retirement Ready
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Retirement Ready presentation addresses market volatility, rising interest rates

Market volatility and rising interest rates can be bumps on the road to retirement for many. That’s where Retirement Ready can provide guidance. Retirement...
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CU system signs onto ACE letter asking Congress to #ProtectDreamers

CU system signs onto ACE letter asking Congress to #ProtectDreamers

University of Colorado President Bruce Benson and all four CU chancellors, including CU Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano, this week signed a letter urging...
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Online learning
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CU Regents call for ‘moonshot’ for online education

Likening the effort to John F. Kennedy’s 1961 call to put a man on the moon by the end of the decade, the University Affairs committee of the CU Board of...
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State of the Campus: ‘By any metric, we are gaining’

State of the Campus: ‘By any metric, we are gaining’

Speaking to a very full house at this year’s State of the Campus address, CU Anschutz Chancellor Don Elliman shared his unwavering vision for the university: “...
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New administrative policy statement relates to CU children’s programs
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New administrative policy statement relates to CU children’s programs

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced the approval of a new administrative policy statement – APS7009 - Protection of Children Participating...
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Health Sciences Library opens spacious, welcoming study zone

Health Sciences Library opens spacious, welcoming study zone

With more than 4,000 students on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, there is stiff competition for study space. The Health Sciences Library envisioned creating a...
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CUAOTY17
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Four top CU Advocates honored at sixth anniversary celebration

A special group of CU supporters came together Friday at the Denver Country Club for the sixth anniversary of the CU Advocates program, which now counts more...
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Retirement Ready
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Experts provide direction, how-to advice at Retirement Ready events

Three in 10 people in the workforce claim that preparing for retirement causes them to feel stressed mentally and emotionally, according to the 2017 Retirement...
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Buffs helping Buffs: The gift of life

Buffs helping Buffs: The gift of life

This is a story about generosity, a story about love, compassion, friendship and a community. It is a story about what kind of impact one selfless decision by...
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New donor walls showcase generosity and vision of CU Anschutz philanthropic community

New donor walls showcase generosity and vision of CU Anschutz philanthropic community

Over the summer, the Office of Advancement installed two new recognition displays to celebrate the support and vision of our benefactors. Located in Research...
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CORA
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Media requests mean potential exposure of salary details

Because of media inquiries that follow recent changes to Colorado open-records law, faculty and staff of the University of Colorado could potentially see...
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Ludwig continues to shepherd three-year online degree
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Ludwig continues to shepherd three-year online degree

As a term-limited member of the Board of Regents, Stephen Ludwig knows his window for achieving objectives is now measured in months, rather than years. He led...
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CU system a global leader in innovation
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CU system a global leader in innovation

Life-changing research and technology originating at the University of Colorado’s four campuses have landed the university system a high ranking – No. 29 in...
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Call for proposals: Faculty Council’s LGBTQ/EMAC Symposium
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Call for proposals: LGBTQ+, Ethnic and Minority Affairs Symposium

The CU Faculty Council’s Second Annual LGBTQ+ and Ethnic and Minority Affairs (EMAC) Symposium is slated for Nov. 3 at CU Denver, and is open to all CU faculty...
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CU researchers win prestigious $2 million NIH grant for brain study

CU researchers win prestigious $2 million NIH grant for brain study

Researchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and the University of Colorado Boulder have won a $2 million grant allowing them to refine...
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Flu Shot
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Defend your health – and save sick days – at campus flu shot clinics

Now is the time to build a defense against the flu with an annual flu vaccine. Employee Services and Kaiser Permanente make it more convenient, bringing flu...
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Faculty in focus with latest Regents laws and policies review
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Faculty in focus with latest Regents laws and policies review

The ongoing review of Board of Regents laws and policies continues this fall with Article 5 and Policy 5, which are pertinent to all faculty. Article 5 and...
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Resources aid understanding of university code of conduct
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Resources aid understanding of university code of conduct

University leadership is reminding members of the CU community about available resources that aid with understanding the code of conduct. President Bruce...
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New federal guidance on Title IX won’t affect CU
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New federal guidance on Title IX won’t affect CU in the short term

The U.S. Department of Education’s Friday announcement, that it was rescinding the “Dear Colleague” letter and associated question-and-answer document, does...
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Call for nominations: 2018 Regents awards
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Call for nominations: 2018 Regents awards

The University of Colorado Board of Regents soliciting nominations for its 2018 slate of Honorary Degrees, University Medals and Distinguished Service Awards...
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Entrepreneurs use I-Corps@CCTSI to bring KneeTap innovation from clinic to market

Entrepreneurs use I-Corps@CCTSI to bring KneeTap innovation from clinic to market

They say necessity is the mother of invention. And in the case of Dr. Richard Meehan, his need to more successfully, and less painfully, treat his patients...
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New international employees must meet with tax specialist
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New international employees must meet with tax specialist

All new CU international employees – including faculty members, researchers, staff and students – must meet with one of Employee Services’ international tax...
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Records broken at fifth annual Block Party

Records broken at fifth annual Block Party

Under clear blue skies Wednesday, the CU Anschutz Medical Campus enjoyed its most successful CU Anschutz Block Party yet, with more than 3,500 faculty, staff,...

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