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New research confirms need for lung cancer testing

Doebele Different kinds of lung cancer behave in different ways, suggesting they are fundamentally different diseases. According to a University of Colorado...
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Five questions for Mary Jane Rapport

“In order to feel compassion for others, you need to recognize, refer and respond to them as a person first,” Rapport says.
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Elliman named interim chancellor of CU Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus

Note: This story first appeared as an update to CU Connections on Feb. 2.
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New thinking essential to battling obesity epidemic

Obesity rates continue to climb because people and society haven’t yet been given a good enough reason to reverse the trend. That was one of the key messages...
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Call for nominations: Faculty Community Service Award

The Office of Academic Affairs is soliciting nominations for the annual Faculty Community Service Award. An endowment from the Chase Corporation through the CU...
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Tuition benefit likely to be expanded in April

A long-discussed expansion of the tuition waiver benefit for University of Colorado employees is on track to take effect in April, in time to allow for...
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Colorado Weigh: Last chance to sign up

Be Colorado is bringing the very popular Colorado Weigh program to the Boulder, Denver and Colorado Springs campuses with a subsidized Phase 1 class starting...
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Regents expand in-state tuition status for military families

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Wednesday authorized a new systemwide program that will offer in-state tuition to dependents of military...
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CU’s brand implementation evolving ‘better than anticipated’

The university’s brand isn’t a logo or a slogan. It’s the feelings and perceptions our constituents have about the University of Colorado as part of their...
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New video displays coming to Folsom Field

Two upgraded video scoreboards should be installed at Folsom Field on the CU-Boulder campus in time for the 2012 football season.
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New system: University of Colorado Health

​Poudre Valley Health System (PVHS) and the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) have finalized a joint operating agreement that creates a health system its...
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Thomas Jefferson Awards honor faculty, staff, student

Five members of the University of Colorado community – leaders among faculty, staff and students at four campuses – have been named recipients of the 2012...
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CU Advocates ready to ‘get the word out’

More than 120 faculty, staff, alumni, friends and supporters of the University of Colorado attended last week’s CU Advocates reception at CU-Boulder, the first...
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Not all common sweeteners affect bodies the same, researchers find

With growing concern that excessive levels of fructose may pose a great health risk – causing high blood pressure, kidney disease and diabetes – researchers at...
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Colorado Weigh: Classes still available in Denver, Colorado Springs

Be Colorado is bringing the very popular Colorado Weigh program to the Boulder, Colorado Springs and Denver campuses with a subsidized Phase 1 class starting...
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College of Nursing recognized in rankings of online programs

The University of Colorado College of Nursing’s online program in graduate nursing was named an honor roll program in the debut edition of Top Online Education...
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Patients needed for free dental exams, screenings

The University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine is seeking patients for State Board exams. Individuals are being asked to participate in free screening...
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Five questions for Steven Johnson

While the number of new HIV cases has declined and the number of AIDS-related deaths has decreased, there still are more than 33 million people worldwide who...
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Colorado Weigh classes coming to Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs

January is the time for New Year resolutions, and for many people, their top resolution is to lose weight. To help more people be successful, Be Colorado is...
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Regents weighing tuition options

The CU Board of Regents heard tuition proposals from all campuses during Wednesday’s meeting at system administration offices at 1800 Grant St., Denver.
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Mini Med School expansion aims to teach people what doctoring is all about

Dennis Boyle, M.D., speaks Wednesday at Mini Med School Part 2 on the Anschutz Medical Campus. Attendees learned about the doctor-patient relationship. (Photo...
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UCH proposal for Memorial Hospital earns council’s OK

The Colorado Springs City Council on Tuesday voted 9-0 to proceed with negotiations with the University of Colorado Hospital on the lease negotiations with...
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CU medical school’s Mini Med 2 debuts

This pilot program will be offered on the Anschutz Medical Campus beginning Jan. 11, 2012.
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South Metro business leaders get up-close view of health, economic impacts

Joey Failma, simulation director for the Center for Advancing Professional Excellence at the Anschutz Medical Campus, watches as members of the South Metro...
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Wellness initiative could gain new participation incentives

Possible incentives the CU wellness program might include in the future: partnerships with exercise franchises such as 24 Hour Fitness, or discounted premiums...

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