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Gen. George W. Casey Jr. shares leadership journey with CU Boulder students

Gen. George W. Casey Jr. shares leadership journey with CU Boulder students

When he gives classroom lectures about leadership, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. inevitably begins by explaining the game-changing geopolitical landscape...
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You live in Colorado. Are you a Coloradan — or a Coloradoan?

You live in Colorado. Are you a Coloradan — or a Coloradoan?

Even Colorado’s last state historian skirted the debate: Are residents of Colorado properly known as Coloradans or Coloradoans?
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Increase understanding of benefits, retirement with on-demand speaker series
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Increase understanding of benefits, retirement with on-demand speaker series

The University of Colorado provides faculty and staff access to excellent health plans; savings options for medical, child and adult day care expenses; along...
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SpongeBob is not why your child likes junk food, new study shows

SpongeBob is not why your child likes junk food, new study shows

Parents and lawmakers looking to cartoon characters as a reason children choose cookies over carrots may be looking in the wrong direction, according to a new...
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The Congressman: Neguse

The Congressman: Neguse – regent emeritus, former student body president – goes to Washington

Former CU Boulder student body president Joe Neguse made a name for himself in Colorado. Now he’s doing it in Washington, D.C.
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Presidential Search Committee
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Faculty Council hears latest on presidential search

Jack Kroll, Vice Chair, 1st Congressional District Speaking at the March 14 Faculty Council meeting at 1800 Grant St., Regent Jack Kroll said he and the rest...
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Faculty Council Committee members, top from left, Melzer, Gruber, Ferguson, Piket-May, Anderson and Buszek; bottom from left, Gillanders, Tallman, Kopaneva, Bugros McLean, Johnson, Kass-Wolf and Notestine.
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Women

Faculty Council Committee members, top from left, Melzer, Anderson, Piket-May, Ferguson, Gruber, Buszek; bottom from left, Gillanders, Kass-Wolf, Johnson,...
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Naturally Slim helps participants lose weight without giving up foods they love
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Naturally Slim helps participants lose weight without giving up foods they love

If you’re trying to lose weight, you may have noticed the process is oftentimes more complicated than it needs to be. If you’re looking for a simplified...
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Conference on World Affairs announces 2019 schedule, keynotes

Conference on World Affairs announces 2019 schedule, keynotes

Award-winning designer Leyla Acaroglu, once described as a "sustainability provocateur" will travel from Santarém, Portugal to give the opening keynote address...
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Grad programs earn high marks in 2020 U.S. News and World Report rankings

Grad programs earn high marks in 2020 U.S. News and World Report rankings

CU Boulder currently stands among the top 25 nationally for several of its graduate-level programs, according to rankings released Tuesday, March 12, by U.S...
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Lawmakers consider expanding CU-led opioid addiction treatment program
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Lawmakers consider expanding CU-led opioid addiction treatment program

State legislators are considering expanding a pilot program, currently administered by the CU Anschutz Medical Campus College of Nursing, which has made...
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Ovia Health gives growing families support they need
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Ovia Health gives growing families support they need

From pregnancy to parenting, it is common that many soon-to-be and new parents have many questions along the way. To help answer these questions, the CU Health...
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CU’s first Rhodes Scholar in 25 years also wants to be Miss America

CU’s first Rhodes Scholar in 25 years also wants to be Miss America

Serene Singh had been a Rhodes Scholar for less than 48 hours last November when she boarded a flight for Southern California. She had a contest to get to,...
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Impulse control is just a click away

Impulse control is just a click away

Any parent knows that teaching children self-control can be daunting. A new University of Colorado Boulder interactive research program at the Children’s...
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CU opens nominations for Presidential Search Committee
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Search committee: Presidential candidates down to 10

The search for the next president of CU has narrowed to 10 candidates who will be interviewed by the Presidential Search Committee in the coming weeks. The...
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CU on Coursera, free suite of global online courses, now available

The University of Colorado has announced the launch of CU on Coursera, a free online learning program available to the university community. CU on Coursera...
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Attendees explore professional development, empowerment at Women Succeeding

Attendees explore professional development, empowerment at Women Succeeding Symposium

A day of professional development and networking was had by more than 200 attendees at the 17th Women Succeeding Symposium at CU Boulder’s University Memorial...
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LASP

Scientists and dignitaries celebrate seven decades of CU Boulder in space

In 1948, William Pietenpol, the chair of physics at the University of Colorado, assembled a team of scientists and engineers for an ambitious venture: to...
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Staff Council seeks excellence award nominees, plans Professional Development Day
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Staff Council seeks excellence award nominees, plans Professional Development Day

Nominations are being accepted for the University of Colorado Staff Council’s (UCSC) annual Service Excellence Awards, which recognize staff members who have “...
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Award-winning actress, producer Viola Davis to speak at CU Boulder on April 4

Award-winning actress, producer Viola Davis to speak at CU Boulder on April 4

Viola Davis, an award-winning actress of film, television and theater, will speak at CU Boulder’s Macky Auditorium on April 4. Davis is being hosted by the...
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Regents approve civics literacy initiative
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Regents approve civics literacy initiative

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday approved a slate of motions aimed at expanding civics education across the CU system. The work was initiated in 2017 by...
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Budget proposal includes 3 percent increase for compensation
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Budget proposal includes 3 percent increase for compensation

The Board of Regents on Wednesday reviewed the 2019-20 budget and fee proposal, which includes a 3 percent increase in compensation and benefits, as...
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CU Board of Regents
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Board of Regents approves diversity task force

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday voted to establish a diversity task force by March 15 led by Kathy Nesbitt, vice president of administration, to initially...

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