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INVST marks 20th year with gala, workshops

Photo courtesy of INVST Former INVST students working with a nonprofit organization in the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Photo courtesy of INVSTFormer INVST...
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Higher ed budget, tuition flexibility generate fresh discussion

Funding to higher education was spared in Gov. Bill Ritter's most recent budget-balancing plan, which was announced on Thursday, Feb. 18. Still, universities...
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CU-Boulder launches national search for Leeds School of Business dean

A national search for the next dean of the University of Colorado at Boulder Leeds School of Business has begun. CU-Boulder Interim Provost and Executive Vice...
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Procurement Service Center sets open houses

The Procurement Service Center (PSC) will sponsor open houses on the four university campuses early in March, which is Procurement Month in Colorado. The...
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Five Questions for Tad Pfeffer

Pfeffer A love of snow, ice and cold weather has become for Tad Pfeffer a lifelong passion to help the world understand the transformation of glaciers and the...
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Search under way for Alumni Association director

A national search for the next executive director of the University of Colorado Alumni Association is under way. The search was announced recently by...
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Boulder campus ready for its accreditation close-up

Once every 10 years for the past century, the University of Colorado at Boulder has undergone a seemingly routine but vital process: accreditation by the Highe...
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New Student Information System embarks on biggest expansion yet

Starting Monday, Feb. 22, financial aid applications for incoming University of Colorado students will be processed using the new Integrated Student...
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Five Questions for Joanne Belknap

For more than 25 years, Joanne Belknap has been an advocate for women, especially those who have been victimized or find themselves in the midst of an...
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CU-NIST scientists show chemistry possible at ultralow temperatures

Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado University of Colorado at Boulder adjoint professors of physics Deborah Jin, left, and Jun Ye in their cold...
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Staff Council seeking Service Excellence Award nominations

The University of Colorado Staff Council announces its annual Service Excellence Award for classified staff and professional exempt employees of the university...
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University ranks second nationally for Peace Corps volunteers

Each morning, University of Colorado at Boulder alumna Julie Fast wakes to the footsteps of "campesinos" hiking past her front door in Peru on their way to...
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Physics professor set to testify before Congress on value of STEM

Noah Finkelstein Noah Finkelstein, an associate professor of physics education research at the University of Colorado at Boulder, will testify before Congress...
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Five Questions for Shelby Wolf

Shelby Wolf Professor, School of Education University of Colorado at Boulder Shelby WolfProfessor, School of EducationUniversity of Colorado at Boulder On any...
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Solar panels produce energy for campus, contribute to state goal

Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado Solar panels installed at the University of Colorado at Boulder on the roofs of the Coors Events/Conference Center,...
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Five Questions for Richard Wobbekind

Richard Wobbekind Thank a man and some gorillas in a cage for pushing Richard Wobbekind to study economics, but thank his parents and mentors for helping him...
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Howard Dean, Karl Rove to debate issues

Howard Dean, former Democratic National Committee chairman, and Karl Rove, former senior adviser and deputy chief of staff to former President George W. Bush,...
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Health care, STEM education in CU spotlight as U.S. lawmakers convene

As delegates from Colorado and the rest of the country return to Capitol Hill this week, the University of Colorado's Office of Government Relations begins a...
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University leads nation in awards from new program for researchers

From left: Arthi Jayaraman, Michael Hermele, Tobin Munsat and Alysia Marino Four University of Colorado at Boulder professors will receive $750,000 grants...
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Three who embody Jeffersonian ideals earn one of CU's highest honors

NOTE: We have learned that when this story first was posted, some nominees for the Thomas Jefferson Award had not yet received the letters sent to inform them...
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Research efforts cited in Discover's top science stories of the year

Seven research efforts involving the University of Colorado at Boulder were among the top 100 science stories of the year selected by Discover Magazine — ideas...
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Awards honor teamwork of CU researchers, private-sector business

The University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office tonight honors CU faculty and outside companies collaborating on the development of treatments for...
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Chase Faculty Community Service Award nominations requested

Nominations for the annual Chase Faculty Community Service Award are being accepted through Feb. 26 to honor a full-time faculty member who has provided...
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Alumna makes a classics gift

Mary McClanahan ('67, '69 AS) Amid CU-Boulder's storied progress in leading-edge fields such as biotech and energy, the university's classics department (...
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Nine policy changes made official

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to nine policies in the areas of academic affairs, administrative/general, fiscal and legal...

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