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College of Nursing hosts students from Hiroshima

Strolling across the Anschutz Medical Campus, you might expect to see individuals wearing stethoscopes and scrubs. Seeing about two dozen young Japanese women...
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Nominations sought for 2012 President’s Teaching Scholars

Nominations are being sought for the 2012 President’s Teaching Scholars honors. The lifetime appointment as a CU President’s Teaching Scholar is the university...
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Five questions for Valerie Saltou

Saltou helped institute standard practices for fellows on the Denver and Anschutz Medical campuses, helped establish a local affiliate of the National...
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Informative videos the result of campus collaboration

A medical student who battled cancer during his training. A doctor and patient who formed a lifelong bond. Students learning about themselves while caring for...
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Regents honor three as Distinguished Professors

Three CU faculty members were recognized by the Board of Regents as distinguished professors, the highest faculty honor at the university.
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Be Colorado wellness journey begins with one step

Go to www.BeColorado.org to learn about eligibility, dates, times and locations, and to sign up for a screening and the chance to win a new iPad 2.
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Research funding for CU scientists reached $790 million last year

Faculty researchers at University of Colorado campuses secured more than $790 million in sponsored research funding in fiscal year 2010-11 to advance...
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President to make town hall appearances on campuses beginning this month

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson will embark on a series of town hall meetings.
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CU to be key in selling state’s business brand

CU and other institutions of higher education will play a key role in selling the state of Colorado’s brand to global business leaders.
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Mini Med School back in session

Mini Med, a free course on science and medicine that began at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and has caught on in more than 100 cities, has...
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Expanded tuition waiver benefit could be in place summer 2012

CU leadership continues to develop a plan to expand the tuition waiver benefit throughout the system, with a target of summer 2012 for implementing the revised...
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School of Pharmacy looks to future with new name, new building

From Boulder to Ninth Avenue in Denver and now to its current Aurora home on the Anschutz Medical Campus, the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy...
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Diversity summit aims to take next step in Boulder

The Diversity and Inclusion Planning Committee at CU Boulder is soliciting proposals for sessions for the 2011 Diversity and Inclusion Summit, set for Nov. 8-...
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Equity in Education Film Fest coming to Auraria Campus

Anyone engaged in and affected by education reform is invited to take part in the Equity in Education Film Festival, set for Sept. 16 and 17 at the Starz...
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New weight-loss program available on Anschutz Medical Campus

A meal replacement weight-loss program, monitored by Anschutz Medical Campus endocrinologists and registered dietitians, is now available on the campus. The...
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Tenure list: June 2011

Connections will publish lists of newly tenured faculty as approved by the regents at future meetings.
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Discovery has implications for beer history – and medicine

It doesn’t take a genome sequencer to figure out that lager brewing began in Bavaria in the 15th century. But the origin of the yeast that makes lager beer...
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COLTT kick-starts fall semester with latest in technology, education

Faculty, instructional designers, academic technologists, IT staff, instructors and graduate students gathered in Boulder to explore and share the latest...
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Vendorpalooza: Supplier Showcase series returns next month

Procurement Service Center staff will be available to answer questions about fiscal procedures, travel rules and CU Marketplace.
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Study: Common class of drugs reduces severity of postpartum breast cancers

Pepper Schedin and Virginia Borges A new study reports that nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs including ibuprofen reduce the severity of postpartum breast...
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Public Health Academy gets under way with first class of high schoolers

Students sport CU T-shirts to pose with Rep. Rhonda Fields during a visit to the Capitol. What do you get when you ask a high school sophomore, “What is public...
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Tenure for 12 faculty members

The Board of Regents today made appointments and awards of tenure to 12 faculty members across the University of Colorado system.
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Farmers’ Market opens for season

The farmers’ market concept has been added to neighborhood activities around the Anschutz Medical Campus. It's open for business 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays in...
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Grant will enhance early childhood mental health

Infants and small children in Colorado and New Mexico — particularly those in underserved and at-risk demographics — will benefit from better access to care,...
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CU celebrates best year ever for private support

More than 1,800 areas at the University of Colorado received more than $213.2 million in private support this past year — the largest total in CU history,...

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