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Regents pass small tuition increase, 3 percent compensation boost

The Board of Regents on Friday passed a modest tuition increase for the University of Colorado campuses and a 3 percent compensation pool for employees. Before...
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Board learns how big data can reap big dividends in higher ed

Imagine a world where prospective students could automatically see classes and programs in their areas of interest simply by calling up the school’s website,...
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CU Boulder chancellor, students continuing discussion of CUSG budget

The CU Boulder Chancellor’s office said it is continuing discussions with students;
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Open Enrollment begins April 23: Few changes, no rate increases

It’s almost the time of year for employees to dial in on available benefits options and select plans to meet their needs. Open Enrollment, from April 23 to May...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Educational Policy and University Standards
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Educational Policy and University Standards

Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing CU Connections series in which the Faculty Council highlights each of its committees and their efforts. See past...
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Regents approve changes to Regent Laws’ Article 12
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Changes to Regent Article 1, 2, 13.A, and related policies approved

The Board of Regents has approved changes to Article 1: University of Colorado Legal Origin, Mission, Ethical Conduct; Article 2: The Regents of the University...
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Musical rings win $75K in startup contest; robotic muscles grab $25K

Musical rings win $75K in startup contest; robotic muscles grab $25K

Comfortable and confident on stage with a panel of judges on one side and hundreds of eager faces in the audience, Steven Dourmashkin tapped the brightly...
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Life after death on the internet

Life after death on the internet

As our lives go digital, Jed Brubaker is studying what happens to all that data after we die.
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A look back at CU Boulder’s Indiana Jones

A look back at CU Boulder’s Indiana Jones

If Earl Morris (Psych1914; MA1916) wasn’t the inspiration for Indiana Jones, you could be forgiven for thinking so: He looked the part.
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State budget with boost for CU advances at Capitol
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State budget with boost for CU advances at Capitol

The Joint Budget Committee last week advanced a state budget that includes a 10 percent increase in funding for the University of Colorado – a request Gov...
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CU’s revolutionary, MOOC-delivered master’s in electrical engineering

CU’s revolutionary, MOOC-delivered master’s in electrical engineering

In fall 2018, the University of Colorado will launch a new and innovative MOOC-delivered master’s degree in electrical engineering – the first of its type in...
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CU pay dates not affected by state changes
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CU pay dates not affected by state changes

The state of Colorado recently announced a transition from a monthly pay schedule to a biweekly pay schedule . This change will not affect University of...
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Who might be spying on your tweets in the name of science?

Who might be spying on your tweets in the name of science?

The majority of Twitter users are unaware that researchers freely collect and analyze their tweets—including deleted ones—in the name of science.
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CU graduate programs among the nation’s best
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CU graduate programs among the nation’s best

The University of Colorado’s four campuses earned high marks in new lists of graduate programs compiled by U.S. News & World Report, which annually...
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Staff Council: Survey shows strong desire for paid parental leave
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Staff Council: Survey shows strong desire for paid parental leave

Nearly half of respondents to the University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) Work Climate Survey said they felt that paid parental leave was very or extremely...
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Regent Heidi Ganahl
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Ganahl visits Faculty Council to discuss shared governance, diversity of thought

Regent Heidi Ganahl Regent Heidi Ganahl was a guest of the Faculty Council at its regular meeting March 15 at 1800 Grant St. She described her 2016 campaign...
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Climate Change and Health Symposium spotlights CU opportunity to collaborate on emerging global issue

Researchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and the University of Colorado Boulder led a Climate Change and Health Symposium at CU...
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Rain or snow? Humidity, location can make all the difference

Rain or snow? Humidity, location can make all the difference

CU Boulder researchers have created a map of the Northern Hemisphere showing how location and humidity can affect precipitation, illustrating wide variability...
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President, chancellors decry proposed cuts to federal student aid
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President, chancellors decry proposed cuts to federal student aid

As Congress continues its process of renewing the Higher Education Act (HEA), leadership at the University of Colorado is warning of proposed changes that...
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Call for proposals: Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference
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Call for proposals: Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference

The 2018 Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology ( COLTT ) Conference is calling for session proposals. COLTT 2018 is Aug. 1 and 2 at the University of...
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People with social anxiety disorder take criticism especially hard, study finds

People with social anxiety disorder take criticism especially hard, study finds

While 'healthy' adults have a 'positive bias'—meaning that they internalize positive feedback—people with social anxiety disorder have a 'negative bias'
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2018 W-4, tax calculators released
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2018 W-4, tax calculators released

Employee Services encourages employees to review their 2018 W-4 forms and use the IRS withholding calculator to ensure receiving the refund amount expected...
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How bright light keeps preschoolers wired at night

How bright light keeps preschoolers wired at night

Parents struggling to get their preschoolers to fall asleep and stay asleep at night could likely see big results by adopting just one key strategy, say CU...
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Brain Awareness Week to bring cutting-edge research to the public

Brain Awareness Week to bring cutting-edge research to the public

In celebration of International Brain Awareness Week March 12–16, CU Boulder will offer a series of public lectures by expert faculty, revealing new insights...
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Call for award nominations: Chase Faculty Community Service, Thomas Jefferson
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Call for award nominations: Chase Faculty Community Service, Thomas Jefferson

The Office of Academic Affairs is soliciting nominations for spring 2018 awards. Please direct inquiries to AcademicAffairs@cu.edu . Chase Faculty Community...

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