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Regent Griego won't seek reelection in 2020

Regent Irene Griego Regent Irene Griego, a Jefferson County Democrat who represents Colorado’s 7th Congressional District, today announced she will not seek...
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Two CU Boulder educators join ranks of President’s Teaching Scholars
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Two CU Boulder educators join ranks of President’s Teaching Scholars

Two University of Colorado faculty members have been named President’s Teaching Scholars, who are recognized for expertly performing teaching and research work...
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CU Boulder, Ball introduce game-changing aluminum cup at Folsom Field

CU Boulder, Ball introduce game-changing aluminum cup at Folsom Field

Ball Corporation (NYSE: BLL) and the University of Colorado Boulder today announced a partnership to introduce Ball's infinitely recyclable aluminum cup to...
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Outreach Awards fund 34 outreach projects

Outreach Awards fund 34 outreach projects

The CU Boulder Outreach Committee is pleased to announce that 34 faculty-led projects have been selected to receive CU Boulder Outreach Awards for 2019–20.
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Veteran, newly arrived leaders tout collaboration for Rocky Mountain Showdown
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Veteran, newly arrived leaders tout collaboration for Rocky Mountain Showdown

CU will play Colorado State University in football Friday night in the Rocky Mountain Showdown at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. It will be their final meeting...
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New aerospace engineering building launches, gets VIP visits

New aerospace engineering building launches, gets VIP visits

And liftoff. Today, visitors from across Colorado gathered at CU Boulder for an event celebrating the new Aerospace Engineering Sciences Building, home to the...
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Ball Corporation contributes more than $1 million to CU Boulder

Ball Corporation contributes more than $1 million to CU Boulder

CU Boulder announced two major gifts Thursday from Ball Corporation and its foundation, including a $1 million gift from Ball to support the university’s new...
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President Mark Kennedy, CU On the Air podcast

CU on the Air podcast catches up with CU’s 23rd president – what’s ahead?

This month, CU on The Air talks with new University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy, who was named by the Board of Regents on May 2 to be the 23rd President...
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Melinda Piket-May, Ph.D.
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Piket-May named CU’s Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador

Casey Cass/University of Colorado Melinda Piket-May A University of Colorado Boulder engineering professor has been named CU’s latest Timmerhaus Teaching...
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Strategic Planning
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Pre-planning for strategic planning process underway

The foundation for CU’s strategic planning process, which will engage the university community over the next year, is being set. Pre-planning, listening and...
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CU Advocates program
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Changing focus for the CU Advocates program

The CU Advocates program in the Office of the President will have a change in focus and reporting structure that will place a greater emphasis on legislative...
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New Oracle contract to save CU nearly $15 million over 10 years
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New Oracle contract to save CU nearly $15 million over 10 years

The University of Colorado will save nearly $15 million over the next decade because of a new Oracle contract negotiated by University Information Services (...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: August 2019

The CU Board of Regents on Aug. 9 approved four appointments of tenure. CU Boulder - Appointments with tenure Effective Aug. 19, 2019, unless otherwise noted...
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TCP BuffOvrFlows win first Wicked6 eSports Cyber Competition

TCP BuffOvrFlows win first Wicked6 eSports Cyber Competition

The CU Boulder TCP program sent a team of five students to the inaugural Wicked6 eSports Cyber Competition in Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, August 8, 2019. Six...
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Let ALTEC guide your language learning adventure

Let ALTEC guide your language learning adventure

Let the Anderson Language and Technology Center (ALTEC) guide your language learning adventure! When you’re stress-free from earning a grade, the only priority...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication

With today’s issue, CU Connections resumes its regular weekly publication schedule for the 2019-20 academic year. A new edition appears each Thursday morning...
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Regent john Carson, 6th Congressional District
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Regent Carson won’t seek second term on board

Regent John Carson Regent John Carson, a Highlands Ranch Republican first elected to the Board of Regents in 2014, today announced he won’t seek a second term...
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Turn in your Tuition Assistance application and go back to school
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Turn in your Tuition Assistance application and go back to school

It’s never too late to go back to school. Whether employees are looking to take a course on management or begin their college experience for the first time,...
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Link in to professional growth with a LinkedIn account
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Link in to professional growth with a LinkedIn account

The learning platform Lynda.com will upgrade to LinkedIn Learning in September. This enhanced tool acts as an online resource with videos and courses aimed at...
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Congressional hearing on campus highlights CU Boulder climate change leadership

Congressional hearing on campus highlights CU Boulder climate change leadership

By 9 a.m. Thursday, a long line of attendees coursed through the lobby of Wolf Law and out onto the building’s terrace. More than 250 people packed the...
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Pay equity among faculty a priority in diversity measurement
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Pay equity among faculty a priority in diversity measurement

President aims to hire a chief diversity officer at the system level to oversee the initiatives
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What will it mean for CU?
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What will it mean for CU?

President Mark Kennedy speaks during the Board of Regents retreat July 11-12. The Fourth Industrial Revolution will have profound impacts on society and...
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Call for proposals: COLTT 2019
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Two-day COLTT conference to explore OERs, accessibility, virtual reality

Educators from across CU and the region will gather for next month’s COLTT Conference to explore teaching practices and technologies – and to be challenged in...
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How funny works: The serious science of humor

How funny works: The serious science of humor

There’s a lot of power in a good joke. If you tell the right joke in a wedding toast, you could make a lot of friends. Tell that same joke at a funeral,...

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