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Regents OK student plan for CU-Boulder recreation center

The Board of Regents today voted to approve the $63.5 million package of improvements to the CU-Boulder recreation center, which students overwhelmingly...
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Programs critical in reaching, retaining diverse students

Gains are being made in attracting and retaining diverse students, but there's still much more to be done. The Board of Regents heard the 2010-11 diversity...
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Regents approve $2.82 billion budget

The University of Colorado Board of Regents voted to approve a $2.82 billion operating budget for the CU system's 2011-12 fiscal year.
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Five questions for Clayton Lewis

Making computers easier to understand has been one of Clayton Lewis' long-running interests.
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CU study: Ancient hominid males stayed home while females roamed

Australopithecus africanus (Courtesy of Transvaal Museum) Paranthropus robustus (Courtesy of Transvaal Museum) The males of two bipedal hominid species that...
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Teachers learn video game design at institute promoting STEM education

Returning participant Sean Boyer helps new teacher Janie Perry learn computational thinking through the AgentSheets software and Scalable Game Design...
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Heritage Society luncheon honors estate donors to CU

More than 90 people gathered at the Denver Country Club on May 26 for the University of Colorado Foundation's annual luncheon for the Heritage Society
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Three CU scientists named 2011 Boettcher Investigators

Three University of Colorado researchers have been named to the 2011 class of Boettcher Investigators in the Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Program. This is...
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Meeting summary: Boulder Faculty Assembly

Editor's note: In addition to news coverage of meetings of the systemwide Faculty Council and Staff Council, the Faculty and Staff Newsletter posts meeting...
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No university has more faculty in DOE Early Career Research Program

Three University of Colorado Boulder professors will receive five-year, $750,000 grants as part of the U.S. Department of Energy's Early Career Research...
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Legacy gift from CU-Boulder professor will support outreach, scholarships

Klaus Timmerhaus Klaus Timmerhaus, a CU-Boulder professor for 42 years who died in February at age 86, believed the University of Colorado's teaching prowess...
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Anti-virus software a must for computers

It happens all too often: Internet browsing leads to a pop-up message promising $100,000. Intrigued, the web surfer clicks on it, which results in a severe...
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Campuses showcase current and future architectural gems

A rendering of what the CU Denver Business School will look like once renovation is complete. Aesthetically and architecturally, the two campuses share little...
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Iconic bighorn sheep protected by law students

Wild bighorn sheep in Idaho's Payette National Forest now have a longer life expectancy thanks to the efforts of students at the University of Colorado Boulder...
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Reports of hacking for data provide reminder of need for security

The recent Sony PlayStation data breach caught the attention of consumers and information security professionals alike. The gaming network – which houses...
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Five questions for Alan Nelson

Photo: Casey Cass/University of Colorado Alan Nelson Photo: Casey Cass/University of ColoradoAlan Nelson The University of Colorado was founded in 1876 on the...
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President's Diversity Award winners announced

University of Colorado faculty, staff and students are represented as winners of the annual President's Diversity Award, which recognizes significant...
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Journalism programs granted provisional reaccreditation

The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications in Portland has granted provisional reaccreditation to the University of Colorado...
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Regents back tuition increases, salary pool

Photo: Cathy Beuten/University of Colorado Regent Joe Neguse makes a point while Regent Michael Carrigan listens during today's Board of Regents meeting at the...
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Four faculty members join ranks of President's Teaching Scholars

Four of the University of Colorado's faculty leaders in math, aerospace, psychiatry and internal medicine have been designated as President's Teaching Scholars...
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Meeting summary: Boulder Faculty Assembly

Editor's note: In addition to news coverage of meetings of the systemwide Faculty Council and Staff Council, the Faculty and Staff Newsletter posts meeting...
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University a finalist to host National Solar Observatory headquarters

The University of Colorado Boulder has been named one of two finalists to host the headquarters for the National Solar Observatory, the nation's top ground-...
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Monitor that laptop

It's a frightening scenario: Take a quick break from your desk, return from the afternoon snack – and find your laptop computer missing. All files, tax forms...
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Five questions for Jane Menken

Jane Menken The new Institute of Behavioral Science (IBS) building will be dedicated April 28, and its director, Jane Menken, couldn't be happier. Previously,...
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Bernstein's bold, original 'Mass' a massive undertaking

When Leonard Bernstein's "Mass" premiered 40 years ago, The New York Times wrote, "At times the Mass is little more than fashionable kitsch." Today it is a...

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