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Open Enrollment begins Monday

The 2012-13 benefits Open Enrollment (OE) – a positive enrollment, meaning all employees and retirees under age 65 must take action even if they previously...
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Update: University of Colorado Board of Regents sets 2012-13 tuition rates

CU administrators presented two options for tuition, both of which reflected increases over last year, given continued reductions in state funding for higher...
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Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology (COLTT) Conference call for proposals

The April 28 deadline is fast approaching and we want to hear from more of you! The 15th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference (COLTT)...
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Four finalists named for dean of students

Four finalists have been named for the position of associate vice chancellor for student affairs and dean of students at the University of Colorado Boulder,...
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Regents voice support for new CU Accountability Data Center

The Board of Regents on Wednesday recognized a new system website that promotes accountability and quick and easy information access.
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Philanthropy at Work: Richard Johnston, M.D.

When Richard Johnston returned to the CU School of Medicine (SOM) in 2000 as associate dean for research development, it represented a fulfilling capstone for...
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Four honored for dedication to the university, their communities

Honoring staff who have provided outstanding volunteer service to their campus, the university, and the community.
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New CU-Boulder College of Media, Design and the Arts proposed

Provost Russell L. Moore on Tuesday formally accepted a report by the Information, Communication, Journalism, Media and Technology (ICJMT) Steering Committee.
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CU-Boulder closed Friday to unauthorized visitors

Campus will be open to students, faculty and staff on Friday, April 20, but closed to unauthorized non-affiliates.
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Expanded tuition waiver to take effect for summer

As in the past, the tuition waiver continues to cover nine credits per year at any CU campus. This year’s much-requested change allows the credit to be...
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NASA’s Kepler planet-hunting mission, controlled by CU-Boulder students, to continue

Bill Possel, director of Mission Operations and Data Systems for the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado Boulder, second...
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Open enrollment requires action by all

Open Enrollment (OE), the one time each year when University of Colorado faculty and staff may make changes to benefits plans, begins at 8 a.m. April 30 and...
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Voice professor earns high honor at CU-Boulder

Patrick Mason, a professor of voice at the University of Colorado Boulder’s College of Music, has been selected to receive the 2012 Hazel Barnes Prize. The...
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Both sides come together at Conference on World Affairs

More than 100 participants from around the country and the globe will pay their own way to travel to Boulder to participate in what Roger Ebert termed “the...
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Five questions for Revi Sterling

She left her research position to pursue a doctorate in Information and Communication Technologies for Development. After graduating from the ATLAS Institute...
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Research on path to increase morphine effectiveness, decrease abuse

Yin (Photo by Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado) A University of Colorado Boulder-led research team has discovered that two protein receptors in the...
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U.S.-Brazil Network announces free Boulder events

The Center for the Study of Conflict, Collaboration and Creative Governance (3CG) at CU-Boulder will host three, free events Wednesday through April 13 as part...
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CU law professor leading high school students on Washington, D.C., trip

Some 10 high school students from Denver, Thornton and Lyons are likely in for an experience of a lifetime when a University of Colorado Boulder law professor...
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Two faculty members honored as President’s Teaching Scholars

The title of CU President’s Teaching Scholar signifies the university system’s highest recognition of excellence in and commitment to learning and teaching, as...
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CU researchers: Discovery of pine beetles breeding twice in a year helps explain increasing damage

Long thought to produce only one generation of tree-killing offspring annually, some populations of mountain pine beetles now produce two generations per year...
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University of Colorado Health and Welfare Trust launches RxConsult

University of Colorado Health and Welfare plan members (currently UA Net, Lumenos, HMO Colorado, Medicare supplement and University Kaiser) are eligible for a...
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UBAB, other ‘boiling issues’ inspire discussion among Staff Council members

Council members were unanimously in favor of “continuing UBAB’s role.” Council Chair Carla Johnson will develop a formal resolution, which will be reviewed by...
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Faculty grievances remain at low level

In the current academic year, three grievances have been filed – two at the University of Colorado Boulder, one at the University of Colorado Denver. Two...
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Five questions for Rob Pyatt

Working on sustainability design projects on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana and the Navajo Nation in Utah have made a big impression.
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Hundreds advocate for CU at Capitol

University leadership from throughout the system was represented, along with faculty, staff, alumni, donors, CU Advocates and students.

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