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Five things you need to know right now about the microbiome

To pore through a list of Rob Knight’s publications is overwhelming. The topics jump from lake sediments to pulmonary hypertension, and they span the globe...
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Online tool helps find youth development programs

Colorado communities have a new tool to help identify programs aimed at developing healthy children, free from problems such as bullying, violence, obesity and...
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Proposals for technology conference due April 9

Faculty, staff and graduate students are reminded to submit proposals for the COLTT (Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology) 2013 conference. The...
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Five questions for David Brain

The 1981 launch of the Space Shuttle Columbia – the first in NASA’s program – made a big impression on the grade-schooler who, after watching the lift-off on...
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Recent graduate finds problem with biological incubators and patents solution

Lucas Portelli, who earned his doctoral degree from the University of Colorado Boulder in December, with his incubator device (Photo: Glenn Asakawa/University...
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Biotech Building wants to show off your art

The Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building (JSCBB) at CU-Boulder is holding an art competition for all CU students, faculty and staff, with prizes of up...
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Proposals for technology conference due in April

Faculty, staff and graduate students are reminded to submit proposals for the COLTT (Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology) 2013 conference. The...
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Five questions for John Black

A love of mathematics and the knowledge that there aren’t many jobs that allow someone “to just do math” propelled John Black toward a career in cryptography...
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Graduate programs earn top national ratings

Research and teaching contributions by the four campuses in health care, engineering, law, education and business are well-represented.
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For second year, CU-Boulder to restrict access on April 20

Last year, the university’s closure to non-affiliates on April 20 resulted in the reduction of a 4/20 crowd of about 10,000 to 12,000 people in 2011 to a...
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Hayward named CU-Boulder’s first Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy

The author is tentatively scheduled to teach four undergraduate courses in the fall, three in political science — Constitutional Law 1 and 2 plus a course in...
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Study: Less sleep leads to more eating, more weight

Sleeping just five hours a night over a workweek and having unlimited access to food caused participants in a new study led by the University of Colorado...
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Transforming Gender Symposium starts Friday at CU-Boulder

CU-Boulder’s Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (GLBTQ) Resource Center is proud to announce the seventh annual TRANSforming Gender Symposium, Friday...
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Study: Volcanic aerosols, not pollutants, tamped down recent Earth warming

A new study led by the University of Colorado Boulder indicates emissions from moderate volcanoes around the world – such as the Augustine Volcano in Alaska –...
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Five questions for Elise Graninger

Graninger attended CU-Boulder, beginning in 1977. She graduated with a degree in political science and was involved in residence hall student government. She...
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Groundbreaking STEM study to expand with aid of $4.3 million grant

Early next month, researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder will begin the painstaking process of interviewing hundreds of undergraduates in an...
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CU-Boulder to introduce MOOCs with Coursera in fall semester

Coursera is a social entrepreneurship company that partners with top universities around the world to offer courses online for anyone to take for free. Its...
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Service Excellence Award includes $1,000

The University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) requests nominations of classified staff and professional exempt employees for the annual Service Excellence...
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COLTT call for proposals now open

The Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology Conference (COLTT) is requesting proposals for the 2013 event, set for Aug. 7 and 9 at the Wolf Law building...
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Book Arts in Collaboration presentation, exhibit at Norlin

Most artistic endeavors are solitary pursuits. Kitty Maryatt and Sammy Lee create opportunities to collaborate in order to produce artists’ books that are...
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PSC open houses mark Procurement Month

This year marks the 5th Anniversary of the PSC Open Houses held on CU campuses during March to celebrate Procurement Month. This is your chance to meet staff,...
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CU-Boulder officials unveil $170 million athletic facilities upgrade proposal

CU will rely on $50 million in private support to execute the project, and a significant effort to raise funds from donors will now begin to support it. In...
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Amphibian study shows how biodiversity can protect against disease

Pieter Johnson from the University of Colorado Boulder and Laura Guderyahn from the city of Gresham's Natural Resource Program observe malformed red-legged...
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CU-Boulder announces finalists for Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy

The committee has sought a "highly visible" scholar who is "deeply engaged in either the analytical scholarship or practice of conservative thinking and...
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Guest opinion: Grade inflation? Or hard-earned results?

Critics shouldn't be surprised when students earn high grades, writes Joanne Belknap, sociology professor at CU-Boulder, in this guest column.

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