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‘Poisoned’: Assessing the ‘Dirty Truth’ about foodborne illness

“Poisoned: The Dirty Truth About Your Food” has attracted public attention and spoiled more than a few appetites. Safety experts talk about the hits and misses...
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Take key steps before student loan repayments resume

Take key steps before student loan repayments resume

With the U.S. Department of Education’s COVID-19 student loan payment pause ending on Oct. 1, it’s prime time to take important steps to manage your student...
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Office of Academic Affairs invites submissions for fall awards, grants
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Office of Academic Affairs invites submissions for fall awards, grants

The CU system Office of Academic Affairs is soliciting submissions for its fall slate of awards and grants. President’s Fund for the Humanities Grant The...
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National Suicide Prevention Week helps to break the stigma around mental health

As one of the leading causes of death in the United States, suicide has likely touched the lives of many people in some way. For nearly 50 years, National...
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What’s in the forecast for COVID-19?

What’s in the forecast for COVID-19?

A CU Anschutz infectious disease expert and a veteran virologist offer their insights on COVID-19, its circulating strains and an upcoming vaccine.
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Scholars, leaders from CU campuses discuss university’s public and community-engaged scholarship

Scholars, leaders from CU campuses discuss university’s public and community-engaged scholarship

Whether it’s addressing workforce development needs, providing data on air and water quality, or supporting future physicians with placements at regional...
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Regents University Affairs Committee advances proposals for new degree, two department designations

A new degree at CU Boulder and designation of two UCCS programs as departments were among the proposals the Regents University Affairs Committee advanced...
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Regents Finance Committee advances projects at CU Boulder, UCCS for full board consideration

The Regents Finance Committee recently advanced two construction-related matters and one finance item for consideration by the full Board of Regents at its...
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Faculty Council discusses membership requirements

Faculty Council leadership is considering whether non-tenure-track faculty – including Instructional, Research and Clinical (IRC) faculty and lecturers – could...
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CPAP: A first-line sleep apnea therapy fit for a president

A growing number of people are being diagnosed with sleep apnea in the United States, including, it was recently revealed, the president. A sleep doctor talks...
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Are you prepared for the CU Data Center move?

Are you prepared for the CU Data Center move?

Starting at noon Friday, Oct. 6, and finishing by 8 a.m. Monday, Oct. 9, the University of Colorado Data Center will move to a new state-of-the-art data center...
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‘A fitness tracker for brain health’: Headband seeks early signs of Alzheimer’s during sleep

‘A fitness tracker for brain health’: Headband seeks early signs of Alzheimer’s during sleep

Researchers from CU Anschutz have conducted a large-scale study assessing how effective a simple wearable device is at gauging brain health. The device is a...
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Regents Governance Committee hears update on Laws and Policies review

With a long-running formal review of all Regent Laws and Policies nearing completion, university leadership is working with the Board of Regents to begin...
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Administrative cleanups to three systemwide administrative policy statements made, approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced administrative cleanups to the following administrative policy statements: APS5002-Faculty Appointment...
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CU Anschutz, CU Boulder celebrate partnership supporting CU research computing efforts

CU Anschutz, CU Boulder celebrate partnership supporting CU research computing efforts

CU Anschutz and CU Boulder celebrated a milestone this summer during a cross-campus gathering highlighting the significant advances made in high-performance...
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Anschutz Acceleration Initiative inspires strong response

CU Anschutz Medical Campus leadership has announced that 76 letters of intent are moving forward in the selection process for awards from the Anschutz...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication

With today’s issue, CU Connections resumes its regular weekly publication schedule for the 2023-24 academic year. A new edition appears each Thursday morning...
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CU Center for COMBAT Research’s mission in spotlight at joint event with El Pomar Foundation
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CU Center for COMBAT Research’s mission in spotlight at joint event with El Pomar Foundation

The University of Colorado Center for Combat Medicine and Battlefield (COMBAT) Research and the El Pomar Foundation this week held a joint event to showcase...
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Nominate an outstanding CU leader for the Excellence in Leadership Program Award

Nominate an outstanding CU leader for the Excellence in Leadership Program Award

Nominations are now open for the Excellence in Leadership Program Award. Employees are asked to consider recognizing the contributions of an ELP alumnus...
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Leave-eligible employees must certify paid leave balances this month

To ensure that vacation and sick leave balances are accurate, the University of Colorado requires employees to verify the accuracy of their sick and vacation...
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Changes to two systemwide administrative policy statements approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to the following administrative policy statements (APS): 5060-Faculty Appointments 5061-...
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Tenure list: August 2023

The CU Board of Regents on Aug. 9 approved 20 tenure awards and appointments. CU Boulder Effective Aug. 21, 2023 Appointments with tenure: Steven Ayer;...
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ColoradoSPH launches Rocky Mountain COVID Data dashboard to help public health officials

As the COVID pandemic made clear, public health officials need to be equipped with the best available information to optimize public health operations both now...
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Regents announce committee member assignments for 2023-24
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Regents announce committee member assignments for 2023-24

The CU Board of Regents last week announced committee member assignments for the 2023-24 fiscal year. The year’s schedule of committee meetings will be...
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Long COVID patients tell top officials that CU Anschutz saved them

While long COVID remains shrouded in mystery, the ravages of the disease were on clear and painful display when Admiral Rachel Levine, MD, U.S. assistant...

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