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Southwest regional warming likely cause of pinyon pine cone decline, says CU study

A decline in the reproduction of pinyon pine trees in the Southwest in recent decades could affect a number of different bird and mammal species, including the...
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How does inclusion work? Conference will seek answers

How does inclusion work? What fosters an inclusive dynamic? What are dynamic approaches to broadening inclusive practices in your community, school, culture or...
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New initiative with LinkedIn aims to boost community connections across CU

CU is one of only 12 higher education institutions taking part in the new pilot program initiated by LinkedIn, which boasts more than 200 million members...
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Journalist Hedrick Smith announced for keynote at Conference on World Affairs

In his 26 years with The New York Times, Smith has covered six U.S. presidential administrations. He will speak at 11:30 a.m. April 8 in Macky Auditorium at CU...
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CU-Boulder ranked fourth nationally for Peace Corps volunteers

The University of Colorado Boulder is ranked No. 4 in the nation for graduates serving as Peace Corps volunteers, with 93 alumni currently serving around the...
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Five questions for Meg Campbell

How effective is Peyton Manning's pizza pitch? This professor of marketing at the Leeds School of Business at CU-Boulder slices through the hype.
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Regents chair to faculty: Help us recruit brightest students

The Board of Regents will place phone calls to recruit the best, brightest students to University of Colorado campuses. The board's chair would like faculty...
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From Allen to Zumba: Free symposium promises inspired career development

Set for Feb. 21-22 at the University of Colorado Boulder, CU Women Succeeding is free and open to all CU faculty and staff who register.
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New study reveals possible ‘road map’ for continued warming of planet

Lasers are used to measure water stable isotopes and atmospheric gas bubbles in the ice cores from Greenland, shown here, to better understand past variations...
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Conference to examine ‘Dynamics of Inclusion’

How does inclusion work? What fosters an inclusive dynamic? What are dynamic approaches to broadening inclusive practices in your community, school, culture or...
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Nominations requested for Faculty Community Service Award

The Office of Academic Affairs is accepting nominations for the annual Faculty Community Service Award, which is sponsored by an endowment from the Chase Corp...
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BDW postgrad program offers night courses to faculty, staff

The BDW postgraduate program, part of the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder, is now offering technical night courses to CU faculty, staff...
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System policy update: 15 changes take effect

The Office of Policy and Efficiency announced changes to administrative policy statements from the areas of academic affairs, administrative/ general, fiscal,...
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NASA-CU ozone study may benefit air standards, climate

New research finds that when it comes to combating global warming caused by emissions of ozone-forming chemicals, location matters.
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Sun-gazing SORCE satellite, designed to last five years, turns 10

Video of 0x0zANf7Ph8 When a sun-gazing NASA satellite designed and built by the University of Colorado Boulder launched into space on Jan. 25, 2003, solar...
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Be Colorado launching new health tools

Did you make a New Year’s resolution this year? Perhaps you vowed to exercise more, eat healthier or quit smoking. Maybe you resolved to spend more time with...
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BDW postgrad program offers night courses to faculty, staff

The BDW postgraduate program, part of the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder, is now offering technical night courses to CU faculty, staff...
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When the world comes to CU, these Friends lend a hand

As the number of international students increases at CU-Boulder, so has demand for members of the community – including faculty and staff – to help newcomers...
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CU-led study: Pine beetle outbreaks don’t harm water quality

New study shows that smaller trees and other vegetation that survive pine beetle invasions along waterways increase their uptake of nitrate, a common...
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New solar panels double CU-Boulder’s solar power production

A new array of solar panels installed at the University of Colorado Boulder has doubled solar power production on campus, providing clean energy for research...
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Five questions for Jessica Metcalf

Years of detective work by the postdoctoral researcher, colleagues at CU-Boulder and others have pointed the way toward a brighter future for Colorado's state...
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Diversity proposals across system receive funding

More than $52,000 in Diversity and Excellence Grants will be distributed across the University of Colorado system for 2012-13.
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Grants will fuel humanities projects, events across system

Some 14 projects across the University of Colorado system will share $37,751 in grants awarded by the President’s Fund for the Humanities.
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Leeds: State business confidence remains positive going into first quarter

Colorado business leaders’ optimism is modest going into the first quarter of 2013 with uncertainty surrounding the country’s political and economic...
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Make requests now for spring tuition benefit

Interested in utilizing the tuition benefit for Spring 2013 semester for yourself or an eligible dependent? Please visit www.cu.edu/pbs/tuition-benefit to...

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