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Despite recession, CU posts solid fundraising results

More than 50,000 donors made contributions toward CU people, places, and programs during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009-more than in any other year in CU...
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Five questions for Jeannie Thompson

Jeannie Thompson Jeannie Thompson (A&S '64, CU-Boulder) is chair of the University of Colorado Foundation's board of directors. The foundation, the...
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Stimulus funding update

CU-Boulder has applied for more than 201 grants totaling $132.2 million, and has received 28 awards for a total of $11.6 million. UCCS has applied for 11...
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CU employees aren't required to take furlough days University of Colorado employees will not be required to take furlough days due to the current economic...
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Colorado Shakespeare Festival opens summer season

'Hamlet,' 'To Kill a Mockingbird' among stage performances
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CU-Boulder, NASA test new 'space Internet'

CU-Boulder space payload operators Emily Pilinski, left, Andrew Jenkins, center, and Sebastian Kusminski receive data packets from the International Space...
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Denver District Court judge rules against Churchill

A Denver judge has ruled that former University of Colorado at Boulder ethnic studies Professor Ward Churchill should not return to the classroom or receive...
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Stimulus funding update

Summary of research grant applications by campus CU-Boulder has applied for more than 194 grants totaling $130 million. The campus has received 22 awards for a...
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Center of the American West compiles online report about oil shale

Patty Limerick is the Faculty Director and Chair of the Board of the Center of the American West at CU-Boulder. The University of Colorado at Boulder's Center...
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CU to go live with new student information system features in August

The MetamorphoSIS project, which will replace the university's outdated student information system, is preparing to go live this summer with two new features...
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CU researchers receive $13 million in federal stimulus funding so far

Funds are important lifeline for university researchers The University of Colorado has received 37 grants totaling $13 million in federal funding to advance...
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Study: ancient Arctic mammals wintered in darkness

A new study led by the University of Colorado at Boulder sheds light on the day-to-day lives of ancient mammals that roamed the Arctic Circle some 53 million...
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Budget cut summary shows reductions to personnel, operations

Budget cuts across the University of Colorado system for the 2009-10 fiscal year (beginning July 1) affected positions more than operations, according to data...
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Stimulus funds, partnerships top federal relations outreach efforts

Obtaining increased federal funding for research, product innovation, patient-care programs and capital improvements on University of Colorado campuses topped...
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Campuses to lead diversity efforts under restructuring plan

The University of Colorado's chief diversity officers, campus chancellors and President Bruce D. Benson will work together to increase the focus on the...
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CU-Boulder chancellor tours seven Colorado communities

University of Colorado at Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano visited seven Colorado communities last month, meeting with alumni, parents, donors, prospective...
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Regents set tuition for 2009-10

CU Regents approved tuition rates for the 2009-10 academic year that are a hybrid of percentage increases and structural changes to per-credit-hour pricing.
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Mark Serreze named director of National Snow and Ice Data Center

The University of Colorado at Boulder's globally renowned National Snow and Ice Data Center has a new director. CIRES, the Cooperative Institute for Research...

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