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Publication note: No CU Connections on Thanksgiving, Dec. 22 and 29

CU Connections will not publish new issues on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 24), Dec. 22 and 29. Deadline for submissions for the Thursday, Dec. 1, issue is noon...
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Seven faculty members join ranks of CU Distinguished Professors
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Seven faculty members join ranks of CU Distinguished Professors

The University of Colorado has announced seven new members joining its roster of Distinguished Professors, a title signifying the highest honor awarded to...
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Regents hear update on freshman retention rates
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Regents hear update on freshman retention rates

COLORADO SPRINGS – The Board of Regents on Nov. 3 heard an update on CU’s Strategic Plan, delving into brand new numbers detailing student retention. During a...
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Older adults embrace new careers in research

Kady Nearing, PhD, is leading an innovative solution to the problem of a lack of participant diversity in clinical trials. Her NIH-funded project is training...
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President Saliman discusses priorities, challenges with Faculty Senate
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President Saliman discusses priorities, challenges with Faculty Senate

President Todd Saliman appeared at the Faculty Senate’s meeting last week to discuss current priorities and challenges facing the university. President Todd...
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CU honored for outreach in southern Colorado
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CU honored for outreach in southern Colorado

The University of Colorado recently was honored with a Dentros Award from Action22, recognizing CU’s outreach and engagement work with communities across...
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Dozens gather at annual Die-In to spotlight action against racism and injustice

The annual event, which occurs nationwide and was hosted Thursday by the CU School of Medicine chapter of White Coats for Black Lives, is held as a protest and...
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Call for proposals: Coleman Institute’s Technology Translational Research and Development Awards
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Call for proposals: Coleman Institute’s Technology Translational Research and Development Awards

The Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities is now accepting proposals from CU faculty members for the Technology Translational Research and Development (...
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Accessing Higher Ground Conference: CU community receives 5% discount
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Accessing Higher Ground Conference: CU community receives 5% discount

The 2022 Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible, Media, Web and Technology Conference is set for Nov. 14-18 at the Hilton Denver City Center. The conference also...
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State of the Campus 2022 shines spotlight on our people

The CU Anschutz Medical Campus is stronger than ever, Chancellor Don Elliman said in his annual State of the Campus Address. “Our spirit of collaboration is...
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President's Fund for the Humanities
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Submit proposals now for President’s Fund for the Humanities grants

The Office of Academic Affairs is accepting proposals from full-time faculty members for the President’s Fund for the Humanities . Deadline for submissions is...
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New fellowship program will train future leaders of academic medical centers

A newly established fellowship program in the University of Colorado School of Medicine will help participants prepare for administrative leadership roles in...
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CU leadership issues statement on recent DACA decision
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CU leadership issues statement on recent DACA decision

On Oct. 5, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a federal judge’s 2021 ruling that the original Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program...
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Regents pass resolutions honoring outstanding CU leaders
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Board of Regents censures Regent Gallegos

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday approved a resolution to censure Regent Glen Gallegos, R-Grand Junction, for violations of regent policy related to...
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Police Department survey: Most people feel safe on campus

The CU Anschutz community feels safe on campus, according to a recent Police Department survey. The survey showed that ongoing concerns included pedestrian...
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Battling student debt? Apply for Public Service Loan Forgiveness before Oct. 31

Battling student debt? Apply for Public Service Loan Forgiveness before Oct. 31

It’s important for eligible borrowers to apply for a PSLF repayment plan before Oct. 31, when the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Limited Waiver expires. This...
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Can artificial intelligence detect Alzheimer’s earlier? CU researchers aim to find out

Can artificial intelligence detect Alzheimer’s earlier? CU researchers aim to find out

With funding from AB Nexus, researchers from CU Anschutz and CU Boulder are developing an artificial intelligence tool with a goal of diagnosing dementia at...
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What are the potential human health impacts of Hurricane Ian’s massive destruction?

Jay Lemery, The Climate and Health Foundation Endowed Chair in Climate Medicine, provides an overview on the short- and long-term health impacts of a storm on...
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2022 UIS Impact Report: Creating solutions through technology, services and collaboration
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2022 UIS Impact Report: Creating solutions through technology, services and collaboration

The 2022 UIS Impact Report highlights the extraordinary work accomplished by UIS since 2020 to empower CU to adapt, connect and achieve. The report features...
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CU hosts gathering of leaders in open education
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CU hosts gathering of leaders in open education

The Open CU Initiative and the system Office of Academic Affairs last week hosted an international convening of the open educational resources organization...
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Your shot at good health: Register for an on-campus flu shot

No one wants to be sick, especially during one of the best times of year. The leaves are changing, the crisp air is perfect for a stroll, hayrides and pumpkin...
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Election 2022: University guidelines affect campaign activity, expression

With the Nov. 8 election approaching, the University of Colorado reminds employees of guidelines regarding political campaign-related activity and expression...
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Can science curb an alcohol use crisis? CU Anschutz addiction experts bank on it

As the nation reels from a substance abuse crisis that’s shattering lives every day, scientists and clinicians across the University of Colorado Anschutz...
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STAR HARBOR, CU collaborate on space-focused educational curriculum

STAR HARBOR, CU collaborate on space-focused educational curriculum

The University of Colorado and STAR HARBOR will collaborate on an initiative aimed at meeting space workforce needs while also advancing the emerging field of...
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Policy

Regents approve staff recommendation for no changes to Policy 14.D

As part of the continuing formal review of all regent laws and policies, the Board of Regents on Sept. 9 approved the staff recommendation for no changes to...

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