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Diversity officers: Outreach, pipeline programs crucial for student recruitment

Correction: The original version of this story included inaccurate information on the percentages of minorities among tenured and tenure-track faculty. The...
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First class of Boettcher Investigators taking on cancer, Parkinson's, more

Dowell Three University of Colorado researchers are among an elite corps of Colorado scientists who have earned the title "Boettcher Investigator" under a new...
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Shakespeare Fest actors turn to words of Founding Fathers

Furthering a trend among Shakespeare theater companies across the country, actors from the Colorado Shakespeare Festival (CSF) will read the Declaration of...
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Obituary: Patricia Morris, University Libraries, CU-Boulder

Patricia Morris, associate professor and faculty director of preservation for University Libraries at the University of Colorado at Boulder, died on May 7,...
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Renovations to Andrews Hall cross finish line with LEED gold certification

Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado Students gather in a common area of the renovated Andrews Hall. The CU-Boulder residence hall recently was LEED...
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Regents rally 'round the Pac-10

At a meeting that felt more like a pep rally than a forum of elected officials, the University of Colorado Board of Regents voted unanimously Friday, June 11,...
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The Bard is back in town

Romance, power and deceit intertwine as the Colorado Shakespeare Festival presents three Shakespeare and two other classic plays this summer under the stars at...
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Five Questions for Brian Shimamoto

Could you count on one hand the number of great bosses you’ve had? Would it take a calculator to record the not-so-great ones? Brian Shimamoto believes...
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Study finds ocean may have covered one-third of Mars

A vast ocean likely covered one-third of the surface of Mars some 3.5 billion years ago, according to a new study conducted by University of Colorado at...
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Colorado Alumni Career Fair

The University of Colorado at Boulder is co-sponsoring the first "All Colorado Alumni Career Fair" from 1 to 6 p.m. Thursday, June 17, at the Ramada Plaza...
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COLTT Conference promises exploration of latest innovations in education

Early registration has begun for the 13th Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology (COLTT) Conference, which promises an exceptional professional...
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CU-Boulder education professor named to White House administration post

Kris D. Gutiérrez, professor and Provost's Chair in the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been nominated by President Barack...
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Campus Construction providing much needed buildings for CU-Boulder

Photo by Andi Fabri/University of Colorado The VAC opened to art and art history classes in December 2009. Photo by Andi Fabri/University of ColoradoThe VAC...
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CU-Boulder School of Education to benefit from estate gift

Carol Robinson Reynolds (BA '58, MA '68, EdD '78) knows the value of a CU degree. After all, she has three of them, the last two from the School of Education...
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Vice Chancellor McKee leaving CU-Boulder

Sallye McKee, vice chancellor for diversity, equity and community engagement at the University of Colorado at Boulder, will resign from her position effective...
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Fowlkes named executive director of Alumni Association

Photo courtesy Temple University Deborah W. Fowlkes Photo courtesy Temple UniversityDeborah W. Fowlkes The University of Colorado at Boulder has announced that...
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Russell L. Moore named interim provost at CU-Boulder

Russell L. Moore Russell L. Moore, currently interim vice chancellor for research, was named interim provost at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The...
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Northwestern health director headed to CU-Boulder

Donald Misch, M.D. The University of Colorado at Boulder on Tuesday, May 18, named Donald Misch, M.D., as assistant vice chancellor for health and wellness and...
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Three CU-built payloads aboard for last Atlantis launch

Photo by Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado Christine Fanchiang, an aerospace engineering sciences graduate who be will going to Cape Kennedy, Fla., for...
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New inhalable measles vaccine might lead to treatments for other diseases

A team of researchers led by the University of Colorado at Boulder believe a dry powder, inhalable vaccine developed for measles prevention and slated for...
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Boulder campus gets Googled for mapping project

Thousands of campus denizens wander the University of Colorado at Boulder by bike or on foot, but later this year, the entire world will get to take the tour...
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Regents name recipients of honorary degrees for 2010

The University of Colorado Board of Regents has released its list of award recipients for 2010. They will receive their honors at commencement ceremonies...
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Five Questions for Steve Lekson

Steve Lekson has stirred up a lot of dust in his time. He's spent years researching prominent archaeological sites, including Chaco Canyon in New Mexico,...
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Muller-Sievers named director of Center for Humanities and the Arts

Helmut Muller-Sievers, professor in the department of Germanic and Slavic languages and literatures at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been named...
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Faculty, students to chase tornadoes again this spring

University of Colorado at Boulder faculty and students will join a storm-chasing science team for the second year in a row across the nation's infamous "...

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