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Reminder: June payday is July 3 for monthly employees

University of Colorado employees who are paid monthly will receive their June paycheck on Monday, July 3. There is no change for employees who are paid...
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Matusik

Matusik named Leeds School of Business dean

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today announced the appointment of Sharon F. Matusik as the dean of the Leeds School of Business...
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Mysteries of the Teenage Brain

Scientist aims to solve mysteries of the teenage brain

eenagers and young adults think and act differently from grownups. CU scientist Marie Banich is helping us see why.
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Skillsoft to upgrade, expand to students in June
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Skillsoft to upgrade, expand to students in June

The University of Colorado launches its new Skillsoft user interface on June 15. As part of the upgrade, Skillsoft will be made available to students on all CU...
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Regents Ganahl, Kroll discuss priorities with Staff Council
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Regents Ganahl, Kroll discuss priorities with Staff Council

Regent Jack Kroll, D-Denver University of Colorado regents Jack Kroll and Heidi Ganahl were guests of the University of Colorado Staff Council during its...
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Board of Regents continues review of Tumpkin matter

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Monday continued its review of the university’s response to allegations of domestic violence by former CU...
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Talking trash, robots and facilities at CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards
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Talking trash, robots and facilities at CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards

The 2017 CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards Expo showcased an impressive group of finalist submissions that covered everything from robotics to trash, with...
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Legislature 2017: Funding increase for higher ed; hospital provider fee eases budget pressure
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Legislature 2017: Funding increase for higher ed; hospital provider fee eases budget pressure

Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado Joining Gov. John Hickenlooper for his signing of Senate Bill 297 at CU Boulder are, from left, Frances Draper, Tanya...
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A proposed addition to the northwest end of the Ramaley Biology building would give the Department of Integrative Physiology about 14,400 assignable square feet of new research space.

Proposed Ramaley addition would give boost to Integrative Physiology

The University of Colorado Boulder on Thursday, May 18, released a request for qualifications for the preliminary design of an addition to the Ramaley Biology...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication
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CU Connections to begin summer publication schedule in June

CU Connections will begin its summer publication schedule after the May 25, when issues will appear biweekly. New issues will not appear on the following dates...
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CU Faculty Council
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Faculty Council approves revisions to conflict-of-interest policy

The Faculty Council has passed a motion for approval to proposed revisions in Administrative Policy Statement 5012 , which clarifies requirements relating to...
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CU diversity will be celebrated at Denver PrideFest
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CU diversity will be celebrated at Denver PrideFest

The University of Colorado is proud to sponsor Denver PrideFest 2017. The Faculty Council’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer + (LGBTQ+) committee...
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FCQ Online

Faculty Course Questionnaire will move fully online in fall 2017

Every term, students at the University of Colorado Denver, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Colorado Colorado Springs and evaluate their courses...
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Diesels pollute more than tests detect; excess emissions kill 38,000 yearly

Diesels pollute more than tests detect; excess emissions kill 38,000 yearly

Because of testing inefficiencies, maintenance inadequacies and other factors, diesel cars, trucks and buses worldwide emit 4.6 million tons more harmful...
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Some mother cells kick DNA damage 'down the road' to offspring

Some mother cells kick DNA damage ‘down the road’ to offspring

A new University of Colorado Boulder study has shown that some dividing human cells are “kicking the can down the road,” passing on low-level DNA damage to...
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OE:17
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Open Enrollment closes at 5 p.m. Friday

Before Open Enrollment ends at 5 p.m. Friday, CU faculty and staff still have the chance to brush up on their current benefits and enroll in new plan options...
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CU announces new academic, exploratory advising center

CU announces new academic, exploratory advising center

The Office of Undergraduate Education is excited to announce the launch of a new academic and exploratory advising center. CU Boulder Today sat down with...
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Inclusive excellence honored at President’s Diversity Awards ceremony
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Inclusive excellence honored at President’s Diversity Awards ceremony

CU President Bruce Benson on Friday welcomed recipients of the 2017 President’s Diversity Awards to 1800 Grant St. for a reception and awards presentation. The...
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Giving amplifies a vibrant future for CU, Benson tells donors

Giving amplifies a vibrant future for CU, Benson tells donors

Donors propel CU forward because they invest in a university that lifts local communities, Colorado and the world. CU President Bruce Benson told donors at an...
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Open Enrollment: April 24-May 12
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Not sure which medical plan to choose? CU’s resources can help

If faculty and staff are unsure what medical plan to select this Open Enrollment, resources are available to inform their decisions. The good news: Faculty and...
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CU provides ‘blueprint for reform’ in higher education efficiency
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CU provides ‘blueprint for reform’ in higher education efficiency

The University of Colorado system is featured as a model of academic quality and innovation in a new guide created by the American Council of Trustees and...
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Call for proposals: 2017 Coleman Conference
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Call for proposals: 2017 Coleman Conference

The Coleman Institute Conference on Cognitive Disability and Technology is the only event of its kind in the field of cognitive disability, and is known for...
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Draft concept plan for CU Boulder South invites community input

Draft concept plan for CU Boulder South invites community input

The University of Colorado Boulder released a draft concept plan for its CU Boulder South property on Monday that offers a preliminary look at what development...
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Call for proposals: Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in STEM Education

Call for proposals: Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in STEM Education

The Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in STEM Education were established in 2009 to support faculty and graduate student engagement in innovative research on...
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Celebrating a profound partnership for biomedical research
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Celebrating a profound partnership for biomedical research

CU President Bruce Benson presents a crystal buffalo to Tim Schultz, president of the Boettcher Foundation, as Schultz’s wife, Debbie Jessop, looks on. The...

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