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Type 2 youth diabetes study changes standard of care worldwide

A 15-year, multicenter study has changed the course of care for youth with type 2 diabetes, enhancing treatments for this growing population and illustrating...
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Big data and bold medicine: CU Anschutz returns to airwaves with ‘Possibilities Endless’

Big data and bold medicine: CU Anschutz returns to airwaves with ‘Possibilities Endless’

This spring, the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus returns to primetime. March 13 marks the launch of the latest phase of the CU Anschutz...
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CU finances unaffected by SVB, Signature Bank closures

The recent national banking problems caused by runs on deposits at two large national banks, Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, do not affect CU’s...
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President Saliman begins series of campus visits
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President Saliman begins series of campus visits

Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado President Todd Saliman and Vice President for Communication Jeff Howard greet CU Boulder Vice Provost and Associate Vice...
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Changes to two systemwide administrative policy statements approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to two administrative policy statements, which became effective March 1, 2023: 5054-Hiring...
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Near-death experience boosts work to save Black mothers and babies

A CU Anschutz researcher who focuses on maternal mortality and morbidity rates joined the statistics when her own daughter’s birth turned life-threatening. The...
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CU names Jeff Howard vice president for communication
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CU names Jeff Howard vice president for communication

The University of Colorado has named Jeff Howard vice president for communication in system administration. He will oversee communication initiatives in the...
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CU Data Center move slated for October

CU Data Center move slated for October

The University of Colorado will relocate its enterprise servers to a new, modern facility on the Anschutz Medical Campus in October 2023. This critical data...
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Faculty Council announces Queer Futures, LGBTQ+ conference set for May 22
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Faculty Council announces Queer Futures, LGBTQ+ conference set for May 22

The Queer Futures in Higher Education in the Rocky Mountain West Symposium is seeking panelists, workshop facilitators, researchers, writers, artists and...
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U.S. Rep. Jason Crow visits CU Anschutz Medical Campus to highlight two campus initiatives

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow came to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus on Friday for presentations on two initiatives that received Community Project...
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Members of CU community find inspiration in visit to historic Lincoln Hills
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Members of CU community find inspiration in visit to historic Lincoln Hills

CU President Todd Saliman, Regent Wanda James and a number of Black CU alumni on Monday visited the historic Lincoln Hills resort, once a leading refuge for...
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Suicide prevention in the workplace: New Skillsoft course for CU employees
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Suicide prevention in the workplace: New Skillsoft course for CU employees

The workplace is an environment where we can all work together to prevent suicide. Experts from the Colorado School of Public Health’s (ColoradoSPH) Center for...
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CU researchers show that Paxlovid remains highly effective on Omicron variants

The findings that appear in Lancet Infectious Diseases are from one of the first studies to examine the effectiveness of nirmatrelvir-ritonavir (Paxlovid) in...
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President’s Teaching Scholars joined by two new members
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President’s Teaching Scholars joined by two new members

From left, Michael Lightner, vice president for academic affairs; Wendy Glenn; President Todd Saliman; Marcelo Perraillo; and Raphael Sassower. Glenn and...
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Call for entries: 2023 CU Innovation & Efficiency Awards
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Call for entries: 2023 CU Innovation & Efficiency Awards

Three years ago, the world underwent a radical shift. Workplaces everywhere shut down and employees were largely relegated to working from home. Long-held...
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New retirement fund options offer socially conscious investment choices

CU’s TIAA-administered retirement plans in March will add two new funds to their lineup of investment options. These new funds have been researched and chosen...
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What makes a couple successful? Tips from a relationship therapist

How to sustain love? For couples, it turns out there are many twists, turns and considerations along the road to living their best relationships. Mostly it...
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Black History Month continues with events across four campuses
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Black History Month continues with events across four campuses

Members of the CU community across the four campuses already have taken part in several events in honor of Black History Month. As February continues, still...
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Dig into your retirement options with Retirement Ready

Dig into your retirement options with Retirement Ready

Employee Services is here to help take the mystery out of the retirement planning process. Each year, we host Retirement Ready — a series of educational...
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What is the health risk of meth contamination?

With a recent series of methamphetamine contamination cases at Colorado public libraries making the news nationally, a Colorado School of Public Health expert...
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2023 Colorado Capital Conference seeks participants
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2023 Colorado Capital Conference seeks participants

U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper – together with Colorado Mesa University, the University of Colorado and Colorado State University – invite...
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President Saliman augments system administration leadership team
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Faculty endeavors play important role in outreach, engagement

Faculty Council last week heard updates on outreach and engagement efforts underway at the CU system level, including an initiative that would spotlight the...
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COVID-19 pandemic highlighted significant rates of anxiety and depression among adolescents

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic began, adolescent mental health in the United States was a growing and far-reaching concern. As the effects of the pandemic...
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Bird flu surveillance aims at keeping human risk low

Bird flu surveillance aims at keeping human risk low

A researcher who focuses on human and animal viral intersection explains the need for strong surveillance of the country’s significant avian flu epidemic.
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Call for nominations: Open Educational Resources Champion Awards
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Call for nominations: Open Educational Resources Champion Awards

The annual Open Educational Resources (OER) Champion Award nomination process is now open, with the Office of Academic Affairs and the Open CU Initiative...

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