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Butcher Seed Grants boost work of bioscience researchers

The recipients of the 2012 Butcher Seed Grant Awards recently were notified of their winning proposals in interdisciplinary bioscience. These grants bring...
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Brain circuitry differs between women with anorexia, those with obesity

Why does one person become anorexic and another obese? A study recently published by a University of Colorado School of Medicine researcher shows that reward...
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Navy surgeon general says campus doing ‘amazing things’

U.S. Navy Surgeon General Matthew Nathan, right, hears about bladder cancer research from Dan Theodorescu, M.D., director of the CU Cancer Center, during a...
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‘Making wellness an American core value’

A new world-class model for healthier living has been built on the Anschutz Medical Campus, and officials, benefactors and dignitaries gathered Tuesday to...
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Faculty Council honors colleagues, elects officers

The council also honored two of its members with Distinguished Service Awards.
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Learn more about Open Enrollment

Beginning Monday, May 7, PBS will be conducting OE sessions, and representatives from the university’s and state’s group insurance plans will be hosting...
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Symposium celebrates students’ creativity, research

Dayton Goodell explains his research project at the Research and Creative Activities Symposium at Anschutz Medical Campus Lydia Hooper describes her rainforest...
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School of Medicine researcher devises exercises to treat vertigo

A University of Colorado School of Medicine researcher who suffers from benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) and had to “fix it” before she could go to...
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Open Enrollment begins Monday

The 2012-13 benefits Open Enrollment (OE) – a positive enrollment, meaning all employees and retirees under age 65 must take action even if they previously...
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Update: University of Colorado Board of Regents sets 2012-13 tuition rates

CU administrators presented two options for tuition, both of which reflected increases over last year, given continued reductions in state funding for higher...
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Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology (COLTT) Conference call for proposals

The April 28 deadline is fast approaching and we want to hear from more of you! The 15th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference (COLTT)...
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Regents voice support for new CU Accountability Data Center

The Board of Regents on Wednesday recognized a new system website that promotes accountability and quick and easy information access.
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Philanthropy at Work: Richard Johnston, M.D.

When Richard Johnston returned to the CU School of Medicine (SOM) in 2000 as associate dean for research development, it represented a fulfilling capstone for...
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Four honored for dedication to the university, their communities

Honoring staff who have provided outstanding volunteer service to their campus, the university, and the community.
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New day dawns for health and wellness at CU Anschutz Medical Campus

Before the sun even came up Monday, April 16, registered members of the Colorado Center for Health and Wellness entered the brand new, state-of-the-art...
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Expanded tuition waiver to take effect for summer

As in the past, the tuition waiver continues to cover nine credits per year at any CU campus. This year’s much-requested change allows the credit to be...
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DeGette: Gains being made on ensuring food safety

Judith Albino, right, dean of the Colorado School of Public Health, presents a plaque of appreciation to U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette after DeGette’s talk on "...
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Open enrollment requires action by all

Open Enrollment (OE), the one time each year when University of Colorado faculty and staff may make changes to benefits plans, begins at 8 a.m. April 30 and...
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Conference explores future of medicine, health

The future of health and medicine will be explored in the TedMed 2012 conference, which will be simulcast at the Anschutz Medical Campus Tuesday through April...
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Study: Changes in health insurance status linked to rise in ER use

Recent changes in an individual’s health insurance status – whether they are newly insured or recently uninsured – are associated with greater use of hospital...
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University of Colorado Health and Welfare Trust launches RxConsult

University of Colorado Health and Welfare plan members (currently UA Net, Lumenos, HMO Colorado, Medicare supplement and University Kaiser) are eligible for a...
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UBAB, other ‘boiling issues’ inspire discussion among Staff Council members

Council members were unanimously in favor of “continuing UBAB’s role.” Council Chair Carla Johnson will develop a formal resolution, which will be reviewed by...
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Match Day inspires cheers, hugs

With a baby on the way, married medical students Melanie Bui and Bebo Seward went into Friday’s Match Day feeling more than a little anxious. Match Day is the...
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Faculty grievances remain at low level

In the current academic year, three grievances have been filed – two at the University of Colorado Boulder, one at the University of Colorado Denver. Two...
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Hundreds advocate for CU at Capitol

University leadership from throughout the system was represented, along with faculty, staff, alumni, donors, CU Advocates and students.

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