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Five questions for Thomas Riis

Thomas Riis Thomas Riis' passion for history and music is apparent, especially when he's talking about his research specialties: American music and African...
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Fourmile Canyon fire to be remembered with spoken-word event

The University of Colorado Boulder's Center of the American West will host "Words to Stir the Soul and Reckon With Reality: The Six-Month Anniversary of the...
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Procurement Month means open houses

For the third straight year, the Procurement Service Center (PSC) will celebrate Procurement Month by holding open houses on each CU campus. The CU Denver open...
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Boulder Staff Council sets spring luncheon

Boulder Staff Council's 2011 spring luncheon, featuring a Western barbecue theme, is open to all CU-Boulder classified/professional exempt staff. The lunch is...
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Colloquium to examine high school girls' connection to STEM education

Distinguished Professor Margaret Eisenhart invites university personnel to attend the CU-Boulder School of Education Spring Colloquium, "We Can't Get There...
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Women share journeys of success at expanded symposium

[flagallery gid=11 name="Gallery"] Personal journeys of success in personal and professional settings and the techniques that help make them possible were...
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Five questions for Hilda Brehm

Hilda Brehm with a pine tree she planted on the CU-Boulder grounds a couple of weeks before the birth of her son Karl, now 19. Spring soon will erupt on the...
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Revolution in Egypt: Causes and consequences

By Kristen Chapman Four University of Colorado Boulder faculty members recently gathered for an on-campus panel discussion on the recent protests in Egypt and...
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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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Study shows acupressure effective in helping with brain injury

Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado Jin Shin acupressure treatment , an ancient form of medicine, has been shown by a CU-Boulder research team to be...
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Administrators: Discontinuance of SJMC will lead to stronger journalism education

Calling the discontinuance of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications (SJMC) an effort to strengthen journalism education at the University of...
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Study: Stresses of unemployed spouse affect job performance of other spouse

Maw-Der Foo Ignoring the stresses of an unemployed spouse's job search does not bode well for the employed spouse's job productivity or home life, says a...
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SJMC discontinuance continues with release of recommendations

Administrators released on Tuesday, Feb. 15, an action plan that advances the process of discontinuance for the University of Colorado Boulder's School of...
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Discovery's final shuttle mission includes CU-built payloads

Photograph courtesy NASA Following a more than three-month delay because of technical problems, NASA's space shuttle Discovery will make its final flight Feb...
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Colorado Law taking students to India for hands-on clinic

For the first time, the University of Colorado Law School's Juvenile and Family Law Program will take a group of 15 students to India for a hands-on clinical...
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Work of Boulder art faculty showcased at new museum

Image courtesy of the artist. (c) Melanie Walker Melanie Walker's "Pieces of the Sky" (2011), a mixed-media installation, is part of the Faculty Art Exhibition...
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CU-Boulder names four finalists for Law School dean

Gregory Hicks Lawrence Mitchell Margaret Raymond Philip Weiser Four finalists have been named for the position of dean at the University of Colorado Boulder...
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What matters? Conference on World Affairs will talk it over

The 63rd Annual Conference on World Affairs is set for April 4-8 on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. The theme of this year's conference is "What...
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Chef, dietitian serving nutrition tips at UMC

The University Memorial Center Executive Chef Dean Couchey and the Clinical Translational Research Center's (CTRC) Dietitian Kathleen Farrell are presenting a...
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Chancellor's Committee on Women seeks award nominations

Know someone at CU-Boulder who is an advocate for other women? Know a department that continually works to improve the climate for women at CU? Nominations of...
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CU-Boulder grads rank first in nation for Peace Corps volunteers

For the first time in its history, the University of Colorado Boulder is ranked No. 1 in the nation for graduates serving as Peace Corps volunteers this year...
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Math, physics library to close this summer

The Oliver C. Lester Library of Mathematics and Physics on the University of Colorado Boulder campus will close this summer in order to accommodate other...
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Boulder Faculty Assembly to grant faculty excellence awards

The Boulder Faculty Assembly (BFA) has announced it will grant up to 12 BFA Excellence Awards to Boulder campus faculty in spring 2011. Each award is...
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Five questions for Thomas Hauser

Thomas Hauser Just a few months ago, Thomas Hauser came to the University of Colorado Boulder with the task of building a research computing group that will...
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Hoaxing satirists, author-journalist coming to Boulder

The Yes Men The University of Colorado's Conference on World Affairs (CWA) Athenaeum Series will host two free public events in February on the University of...

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