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Backed by CU, contract flexibility bill signed into law
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Backed by CU, contract flexibility bill signed into law

Joined by CU Goverment Relations team members and state leaders, Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday signs the CU-backed S.B. 17-041 into law. Gov. John...
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Larger disasters ‘inevitable,’ says new Natural Hazards Center director

Larger disasters ‘inevitable,’ says new Natural Hazards Center director

In the days following 9/11, frightened college students across the country gathered around TVs to get a sense of what was happening in New York City.
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Infographic: Heeeeeerrre's Alphie

Infographic: Heeeeeerrre's Alphie

We all know and love Ralphie. But let’s not forget about “ Alphie” — Ralphie’s cousin and the world’s only known inflatable fur buffalo.
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CU graduate programs earn national accolades
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CU graduate programs earn national accolades

The University of Colorado’s four campuses earned dozens of rankings in new lists of graduate programs compiled by U.S. News & World Report, which annually...
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Regent: Be a pest, get active in supporting CU

Regent: Be a pest, get active in supporting CU

Women leaders were encouraged to be involved in their university, community or church and to spread the word about the importance of higher education during a...
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CU Regent Jack Kroll
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Kroll to Faculty Council: ‘I look forward to learning from this group’

CU Regent Jack Kroll One of the newest CU Regents spoke at the Faculty Council’s meeting March 9, discussing issues not just as a member of the institution’s...
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Faculty housing assistance benefit a tool for recruitment
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Faculty housing assistance benefit a tool for recruitment, retention

With all the appeal that life in Colorado carries for so many, it comes with an increasingly daunting hurdle: the cost of a home. So while benefits...
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Call for research participants: LGBTQ survey

Faculty, staff and students at CU Denver, CU Anschutz Medical Campus and CU Boulder are invited to take an online survey about the stressors facing LGBTQ...
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FCQ

FCQ Redesign: Initial pilot results and upcoming changes

Every term, students at the University of Colorado Boulder, University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) and University of Colorado Denver evaluate their...
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CU to host global Coursera Conference at CU Boulder

CU to host global Coursera Conference at CU Boulder

The University of Colorado is honored to have been chosen by online learning provider Coursera to host its fifth annual Coursera Partners Conference, March 29-...
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New interdisciplinary center explores the beginnings - of everything

New interdisciplinary center explores the beginnings - of everything

How do you study a historical event? “You can’t bring a giant meteorite hitting the Earth millions of years ago into a lab,” says Carol Cleland, professor of...
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CIRES director addresses proposed budget cuts to NOAA

CIRES director addresses proposed budget cuts to NOAA

Recent news stories describing steep proposed budget cuts for NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and suggestions of cuts to other science-...
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Paid research study for mothers expecting first child
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Paid research study for mothers expecting first child

Researchers in CU Boulder’s Department of Psychology and Neuroscience are recruiting women who are currently pregnant with their first child to participate in...
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Faculty member, students among President’s Diversity Award recipients
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Faculty member, students among President’s Diversity Award recipients

The CU President’s Diversity Award committee has announced four awards and three commendations for 2017. The President’s Diversity Award recognizes significant...
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UCCS to host CU Diversity Summit

UCCS to host CU Diversity Summit

UCCS will host the annual system-wide diversity summit next month, offering faculty, staff and administrators an opportunity to learn best practices and...
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TRANSforming Gender to examine vulnerabilities, challenges
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TRANSforming Gender to examine vulnerabilities, challenges

CU Boulder’s Gender and Sexuality Center has announced the 11th annual TRANSforming Gender Conference , set for March 10-11 at CU Boulder’s Wolf Law Building...
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Type 2 diabetes diagnosis in youth leads to increased complications
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Two systemwide policy changes announced

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) this week announced revisions to two administrative policy statements (APSs) from the academic/research and finance...
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Proposed 2017-18 budget lists modest tuition increases, merit pool
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Proposed 2017-18 budget lists modest tuition increases, merit pool

CU administration has put forward a proposed 2017-18 budget that includes tuition and fee increases between 3.14 percent and 4.91 percent, as well as a...
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Regent meeting coverage
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CU Connect
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CU Connect reaching more students, more efficiently

The number of systemwide online University of Colorado courses and student credit hours showed strong growth over the past two years. William Kuskin, CU...
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News and notes: DACA, Shockley-Zalabak named chancellor emerita, more
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News and notes: Board of Regents, February 2017

News and notes from the CU Board of Regents meeting Feb. 16-17 at CU Boulder: Students raise DACA concerns During public comment, several students voiced...
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Uncover health mysteries at upcoming campus Biometric Screenings
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Uncover health mysteries at upcoming campus Biometric Screenings

University of Colorado faculty and staff no longer have to be alone in their search for answers to their health questions. Running March 8 through April 5,...
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COLTT
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COLTT 2017: Call for proposals

The Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference is seeking session proposals for the 2017 edition. Organizers welcome meaningful and...

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