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Researchers use climate model to better understand electricity in the air

A lightning bolt strikes Boulder, as seen from the National Center for Atmospheric Research mesa west of town. Photo courtesy of John Jorgensen. Electrical...
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Work of CU’s Nobel winners in spotlight at upcoming event

At a CU Lunch and Learn presentation, Stein Sture, CU-Boulder vice chancellor of research, will discuss how the work of the Nobel winners has influenced...
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Leeds Index: Colorado business confidence falls slightly going into fourth quarter

Leeds Business Confidence Index (click to view report) The confidence of Colorado business leaders has slightly declined going into the fourth quarter as...
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My New Weigh: Last chance to join for 2013

Are you ready to start the New Year 20 pounds lighter? Join the last My New Weigh Medically Supervised Weight Management Class of 2013. My New Weigh is a...
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Call for nominations: honorary degrees, medals, distinguished service awards

The CU Board of Regents is calling for nominations for 2014 Honorary Degrees, University Medals and Distinguished Service Awards. Deadline is Nov. 15. An...
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CWA Athenaeum features New Orleans jazz artists in free concert

The University of Colorado’s Conference on World Affairs Athenaeum will host acclaimed New Orleans singer and entertainer Lillian Boutté and pianist-vocalist...
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CU-Boulder/NIST physicist Ana Maria Rey wins MacArthur ‘genius’ grant

She is the ninth faculty member across the CU system – and eighth from CU-Boulder – to win the prestigious award from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur...
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Guide to resources for faculty, staff affected by floods

Employee Services and the CU Health and Wellness Trust have arranged to make the services available to employees whose lives were directly affected by the...
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CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund now over $141,000

More than 1,000 donors so far have contributed over $141,000 in the last nine days to the CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund, responding to to the needs of CU-...
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New CU-Boulder-led study: ‘Microbial clock’ may help determine time of death

An intriguing study led by the University of Colorado Boulder may provide a powerful new tool for forensic scientists attempting to determine the time of death...
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Faculty Awards at CU-Boulder Fall Convocation

On Oct. 4, CU-Boulder will host its eighth annual Fall Convocation: A Celebration of Faculty and Student Achievement. It will be held in conjunction with this...
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Save the date: 12th Annual CU Women Succeeding professional development symposium

The 12th Annual CU Women Succeeding professional development symposium has been announced for Feb. 27-28, 2014, at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. The theme is...
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Robust early response to CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund

Since President Bruce Benson and Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced the establishment of the CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund late Monday, more than 800...
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Five questions for Barbara Todd

The University of Colorado Boulder’s registrar began working in the office as a student employee in 1980; following this school year, she plans to retire.
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CU’s outreach across the state showcased in new initiative

The programs compiled within CU For Colorado reflect the four pillars that encompass all of the university’s activities.
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Chancellors report on program prioritization progress

The process is aimed at eliminating redundancies and determining the relevance and necessity of existing programs.
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Regents roundup

A look at other action taken by the Board of Regents during its Tuesday meeting at the University Memorial Center on the CU-Boulder campus.
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Ability to delay gratification may be linked to social trust, new study finds

A person’s ability to delay gratification — forgoing a smaller reward now for a larger reward in the future — may depend on how trustworthy the person...
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Tenure List: September 2013

At its Tuesday meeting at CU-Boulder, the Board of Regents approved appointments with tenure for three faculty members across the system.
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U.S. News national rankings have high spots for CU

The nationally recognized excellence of the University of Colorado’s campuses and undergraduate programs is again highlighted in U.S. News...
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New freshmen drive rising enrollment at CU campuses

A significant rise in the number of new freshmen this fall is driving enrollment growth at University of Colorado campuses, which now count nearly 58,000...
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Portal improvements promise better tools for work

Upon entering the CU Resources area, employees will find timely, useful news and information about the university, their jobs, their benefits, their health,...
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Run gives hope to those coping with rare lung disease

Coloradans with pulmonary hypertension, or PH, have found hope and support in the Fourth Annual Colorado Pulmonary Hypertension 5K Run for PHun, which returns...
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Rare western bumblebees netted on Front Range during survey

A western bumblebee. Photo by Stephen Ausmus, U.S. Department of Agriculture A white-rumped bumblebee that has been in steep decline across its native range in...
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Call for nominations: Excellence in Leadership Award

The Excellence in Leadership Program (ELP) is now accepting nominations for the 2013 Excellence in Leadership Award. ELP is a university-sponsored leadership...

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