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Regents aim to follow new budget process for coming year

Board hopes for campus CFOs to present "zero revenue change" budgets at the regents' November meeting.
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Board of Regents seeking award nominees

High honors include Honorary Degrees, University Medals and Distinguished Service Awards.
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BioFrontiers scientist redefines computer science education

If you were alive during the late 1990s you might have noticed a little era called the dot-com bubble. It was a time when Internet-based companies like Amazon...
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Be Colorado begins free health screenings next week

Be Colorado is offering free health screenings beginning Tuesday and continuing through Nov. 2. Sign up today for a free, convenient, confidential health...
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Honors for faculty at convocation

The seventh annual Fall Convocation at CU-Boulder, featuring awards and presentations celebrating faculty and student achievements, is set for Sept. 28. The...
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Student enrollment strong, steady across CU campuses

Enrollment is generally steady across the system’s four campuses, one of which marks a new enrollment record.
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Regents revise policy to reflect law, Supreme Court decision on concealed carry

CU’s previous policy, in place since 1970, prohibited weapons, including guns, on the university’s four campuses.
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Pre-collegiate program changes lives, inspires regents

Members of the University of Colorado Board of Regents were moved and inspired by first-hand stories of success from CU students who graduated from the CU Pre-...
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CU campuses, programs maintain elevation in national rankings

Campuses, undergraduate programs of the University of Colorado maintained high rankings among national and regional institutions in the latest edition of U.S...
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Colorado Supreme Court backs CU in Churchill lawsuit

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday announced its decision to uphold the actions of lower courts in former professor Ward Churchill’s lawsuit against the...
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CU-Boulder to begin construction of carbon-conscious campus utility system

The first phase of construction on a University of Colorado Boulder campus utility project -- which will provide efficient heating and cooling while...
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Fund for the Humanities proposals sought

Proposals are being accepted through Oct. 26 for the President’s Fund for the Humanities grants. The fund was established to preserve a balance in the...
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Center for Science and Technology Policy Research turns 10

The Center for Science and Technology Policy Research at CIRES (Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences) will celebrate its 10 th...
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Five questions for Nikolaus Correll

“Let’s change the world” was a message he often heard during his post-doctoral work at MIT, and he came to understand that this was not just another well-used...
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Dozens of new exhibitors set for Supplier Showcases

The events give CU faculty and staff convenient opportunities to meet with existing suppliers and discover goods and services from potential new vendors.
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Sher to step down as dean of CU-Boulder’s College of Music

He will have served in the post for 20 years when he steps down next summer, and plans to return to the College of Music faculty.
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NOAA selects CU-Boulder to continue joint leadership of CIRES

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has selected the University of Colorado Boulder to continue a federal/academic partnership that extends...
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Blood drive next week at UMC

Boulder Staff Council has announced dates for its next blood drive. Appointments or walk-ins are available from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday,...
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Five questions for Charles R. Goeldner

He left an illustrious career at the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business in May 2001 – officially, at least. But he likes to say that he is...
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CU planning to offer contracts for non-tenure-track faculty

Leadership plans to make available contracts of up to three years for some non-tenure-track faculty, following new legislation adopted earlier this year that...
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Study provides evidence of wildfire smoke’s heat-trapping effect

When the Fourmile Canyon Fire erupted west of Boulder in 2010, smoke from the wildfire poured into parts of the city including a site housing scientists from...
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No-sort recycling in CU housing, dining helps make landfill diversion easy

Recycling bins located throughout Housing and Dining Services at the University of Colorado Boulder are now single-stream receptacles, helping to make landfill...
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Café Scientifique serving food for thought in Boulder

Boulder Café Scientifique is back up and running, bringing hot science topics from the source to the public. Each event features a 25-minute presentation...
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Analysis of election factors points to Romney win, CU study says

“For the last eight presidential elections, this model has correctly predicted the winner,” said CU Denver's Michael Berry.
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Louise Vale named CU-Boulder vice chancellor for administration

The position, which reports to Senior Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer Kelly Fox, supervises a division of almost 700 employees and oversees an...

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