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Benefits rate increases vary by plan

Benefits rate increases vary by plan

The University of Colorado benefits cost changes will vary by plan — with no or low monthly premium increases for most CU Health Plans and larger increases for...
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Feedback requested on new Protected Class Nondiscrimination policy

The University of Colorado community is invited to review a newly drafted Protected Class Nondiscrimination Administrative Policy Statement 5065 (APS 5065) and...
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CU Data Governance: A new systemwide website for data use guidance

CU Data Governance: A new systemwide website for data use guidance

Every day, thousands of gigabytes of data pass through the University of Colorado servers. While people are the heart of CU, data is its nervous system. The...
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25 years post-Columbine, it’s time to invest in ‘violence prevention infrastructure’

Twenty-five years ago this week, two Columbine High School 12th graders gunned down 12 classmates and one teacher at their Littleton, Colorado, school in what...
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President Todd Saliman visits CU Denver campus
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President Todd Saliman visits CU Denver campus

CU Denver hosted Todd Saliman, the University of Colorado’s 24th president, on April 3 to meet with students, faculty and staff and learn more about important...
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See what’s around the next turn this Open Enrollment

See what’s around the next turn this Open Enrollment

It’s time to look at the road ahead and consider options to select the right health plans for yourself, your family and your lifestyle. Open Enrollment is the...
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Call for proposals: Accessing Higher Ground 2024

Accessing Higher Ground 2024 , the official conference of ATHEN , and presented by AHEAD , is now accepting first-round proposals for its 27th annual...
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CU Boulder leads the charge toward gender parity in engineering

In an era where gender diversity in STEM is more critical than ever, the University of Colorado Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS)...
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CU Boulder Chancellor Finalist, Swartz
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President Saliman Announces CU Boulder Chancellor Finalist

President Saliman announced April 2 his decision to advance Justin Schwartz as the finalist for CU Boulder Chancellor. Schwartz will be on campus today, April...
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You’re (very likely) not going to win, so why play?

60 years after its legalization, people are still attracted to the lottery because of the strong emotions associated with imagining the future, CU Boulder...
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CU achieves $428 million in operating efficiencies over six-year period
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CU achieves $428 million in operating efficiencies over six-year period

Delivering on the University of Colorado’s commitment to carrying out its educational and research mission efficiently, the CU system achieved $428 million in...
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Easier access to biosimilar medications improves affordability for CU health plan members
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Easier access to biosimilar medications improves affordability for CU health plan members

The CU Health Plan team remains committed to equipping plan members and their families with the information needed to make informed choices regarding their...
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Regents University Affairs Committee advances proposals for three new degrees

Plans for three new degrees and received approval from the Regents University Affairs Committee during its March 19 meeting, held via Zoom. The proposals are...
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Joints that could heal themselves? Researchers could get there in five years

Imagine a day when joints could heal themselves. At the first inkling of a creaky knee, patients could get a single shot in the joint that would not only stop...
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As Voyager 1’s mission draws to a close, one planetary scientist reflects on its legacy

Fran Bagenal is a planetary scientist at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) at CU Boulder. She started working on the Voyager mission...
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President Saliman speaks at Latin American Educational Foundation event
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President Saliman speaks at Latin American Educational Foundation event

President Todd Saliman led a CU contingent that attended Saturday’s Latin American Educational Foundation (LAEF) gala, a celebration of the organization’s 75th...
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Call for submissions: Innovation & Entrepreneurship Showcase
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Call for submissions: Innovation & Entrepreneurship Showcase

CU’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative is seeking submissions for its first systemwide showcase, set for the fall. Colorado’s Future: Innovation...
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CU Boulder research and innovation leaders visit D.C.

An important role of the University of Colorado Boulder as a top-tier research university is working closely with state and federal policymakers to advocate...
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Anthem members can fill maintenance medications at Kroger pharmacies beginning April 1

Anthem members can fill maintenance medications at Kroger pharmacies beginning April 1

Effective April 1, 2024, CVS Caremark will expand the Maintenance Choice network nationally to include Kroger-affiliated pharmacies, such as King Soopers and...
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Early childhood health interventions have ‘big, multi-generation impacts,’ research finds

The research of Tania Barham, future associate professor of economics at CU Boulder, suggests that it doesn’t take much to give impoverished people a better...
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Ranked No. 14 among U.S. universities by National Academy of Inventors, CU leads in translating innovation into impact

Ranked No. 14 among U.S. universities by National Academy of Inventors, CU leads in translating innovation into impact

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has ranked the CU system 14th among the “Top 100” institutions nationwide for recent patent activity. That prominent...
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Geologists explore the hidden history of Colorado’s Spanish Peaks

If you’ve driven the mostly flat stretch of I-25 in Colorado from Pueblo to Trinidad, you’ve seen them: the Spanish Peaks, twin mountains that soar into the...
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CU-led legislation aims to improve college affordability
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CU-led legislation aims to improve college affordability

A newly introduced, CU-led bill at the Capitol aims to make college more affordable for Colorado students through different incentives. As proposed, House Bill...
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Reminder: University guidelines affect political campaign activity, expression
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Reminder: University guidelines affect political campaign activity, expression

With Colorado’s March 5 presidential primary approaching, the University of Colorado reminds employees of guidelines regarding political campaign-related...

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