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Faculty, staff councils discuss fine points of presidential search process

Possible revisions to the university's presidential search process inspired discussion at separate meetings last week of the Faculty Council and Staff Council...
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Procurement Service Center names partners for lab supplies

Upon completion of a rigorous Request for Proposal (RFP) process, Fisher Scientific and VWR International, providers of lab supplies and equipment, are the...
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Veterans Day ceremony to feature Colorado Sen. Shaffer The University of Colorado at Boulder's University Memorial Center, the state's official memorial to war...
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CU astronaut to bring home precious medals at football game

Photo courtesy of NASA In March, astronaut Steve Swanson had a couple of CU medals with him while traveling on the space shuttle Discovery to the International...
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Registration still open for Coleman Institute conference There's still time to register for the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities' ninth annual...
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Energy Institute makes plans for growth of green mission

The Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) has announced its first group of fellows and plans for future faculty hires. RASEI , a new joint...
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Five Questions for Alan Cass

Alan Cass' roots run deep at the University of Colorado at Boulder: Both his parents worked for the university, where he began his own career in 1959. The...
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Accessing Higher Ground conference set for Nov. 10-14

The 12th annual Accessing Higher Ground conference, to run Nov. 10-14 at the Westin Hotel in Westminster, promises more than 50 sessions. Presented by...
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Oct. 30 is deadline for CARTSS research funding applications CARTSS — the Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences — is accepting...
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Online tool localizes climate change for Coloradans

Hear the term "climate change," and it's understandable if your mind flashes images of the polar ice cap — quite a distance from the Centennial State. A new...
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Conference eyes how technology can improve lives of people with cognitive disabilities

The economy, technology and quality of life are topics prominent in today's world — and they'll converge at an event of unusual reach throughout the University...
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Campus named a leader in sustainability by national group

www.greenreportcard.org The University of Colorado at Boulder continues to grow its green reputation, with recent accolades coming from the Sustainable...
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The deadline for the 2009-2010 President's Employee of the Year Award has been extended until 5 p.m. today (Oct. 7).
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Career Fair's rebound a good economic sign

Even in uncertain economic times, the University of Colorado remains an in-demand destination for job recruiters, based on employers that made Tuesday's Fall...
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CU System Staff Council recruiting team for Race for the Cure The University of Colorado System Staff Council is recruiting participants for the Susan G. Komen...
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Report: University community making strides in Title IX efforts

Hogshead-Makar (Photo courtesy of Florida Coastal School of Law) Findings from the first year of a five-year review of the University of Colorado at Boulder's...
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Top teacher moves in to launch residential college

CU-Boulder professor Scot Douglass with his wife Kathleen and daughters Thalia (left) and Hannah (right) in their apartment in Andrews Hall. The morning...
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Student enrollment up on all four CU campuses

Preliminary numbers indicate Colorado Springs, Denver and Anschutz have record enrollment. [Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado]
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New Web site highlights value of federal stimulus funding

www.cu.edu/stimulus A new Web site launched by the University of Colorado system administration aims to keep the CU community and the public updated on how...
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Regents hear more about state budget woes

The University of Colorado Board of Regents today heard an assessment of the poor condition of the state budget and its implications for the university. Vice...
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Inta Morris now leads the Colorado Department of Higher Education on an interim basis, following the resignation of David Skaggs. Colorado Department of Higher...
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Boulder campus monitors ongoing flu cases, issues recommendations

As Colorado heads into what could be an active flu season this fall and winter, University of Colorado officials are urging students, faculty and staff to take...
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Sierra magazine names CU-Boulder top 'green' university in the nation

Sierra magazine recently crowned the University of Colorado at Boulder the nation's top "green" university. The magazine announced its annual rankings of the...
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CU-Boulder releases results of 2009 student safety survey

Representatives of the city of Boulder and CU-Boulder, including student leaders, announce new safety initiatives at a recent presentation on campus. The...
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For 20th year, Mini Med simply explains the science of medicine School makes complex ideas understandable to students, adults without dumbing down Cohen Watch...

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