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Rebalancing investments can turn losers into winners, professor says

When it comes to investing money in the stock market, actively rebalancing your portfolio is so critical that it can help turn individual investment losers...
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Stimulus grant brings $15 million to biotechnology building

The University of Colorado at Boulder has received a $15 million grant through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to be used toward the ongoing...
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Five Questions for Kerry Paterson

Kerry Paterson, executive chef at the University of Colorado at Boulder, gets cooking in the Kittredge Commons kitchen. Kerry Paterson has some extremely...
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University of Colorado grad programs remain among the best in the nation

Graduate programs across the University of Colorado's campuses remain among the best in the country, with 13 ranked in the Top 10 in their fields, according to...
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Achievements in diversity celebrated by president's awards

Representatives of faculty, staff, students to be recognized at ceremony in May Five winners of the annual President's Diversity Awards will be recognized in a...
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Early photos of CU in good hands

The hospital as viewed from Main. Valmont Butte is visible in the background. The University of Colorado at Boulder has an unofficial caretaker of rare...
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International Festival offers tastes of global culture, foods

The 20th annual International Festival at the University of Colorado at Boulder promises a slate of sights, sounds and tastes from around the world, and will...
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Four energy leaders receive engineering award

The University of Colorado at Boulder will present the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award to four influential leaders in the energy industry at the 45th...
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Governor congratulates university on ARRA funding for smart grids

Timothy Brown Gov. Bill Ritter praised the University of Colorado at Boulder for being awarded $2.4 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)...
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Collaboration key for community of graduate students

Daniel N. Baker A strong interdisciplinary strategy has helped graduate students in the space sciences to realize their potential, according to Daniel N. Baker...
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Five Questions for Anita Head

Viewing children as empty vessels in need of filling was de rigueur in learning circles not so long ago. All of that has changed. Teachers now understand the...
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Campus to celebrate 40th anniversary of CU Environmental Center

Amid an extensive lineup of Earth Day events at the University of Colorado at Boulder through April 25, the campus will celebrate the 40th anniversary of its...
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CU announces latest budget-balancing measures

The second round of budget-balancing steps made necessary by cuts in state funding will total $22 million throughout the University of Colorado system. All...
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Systemwide conference to explore use of technology in learning, teaching

The 13th Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology (COLTT) conference is set for Aug. 11 and 12 on the University of Colorado at Boulder campus. A call...
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Search committee recommends candidate from Tufts for provost

Photo courtesy Tufts University Robert Sternberg Photo courtesy Tufts UniversityRobert Sternberg The search committee established by University of Colorado at...
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Benson: Tuition increases will help preserve CU's quality, competitive edge

No one — from University of Colorado officials to students and families — likes the idea of tuition increases. But with CU faculty and staff continuing to work...
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ISIS takes on student registration

Following Monday's pilot sessions that saw more than 500 students throughout the CU system register for fall classes, the new Integrated Student Information...
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Conference on World Affairs opens Monday

From Monday, April 5, through Friday, April 9, for the 62nd time since 1948, distinguished guests from throughout the United States and the world will pay...
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President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative extends deadline for proposals

The call for research proposals for the 2011 President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) has been extended to April 12. Members of the collaborative...
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New PLI director Steve Grace hits ground running

Photo courtesy of Steve Grace The Presidents Leadership Institute's new executive director, Steve Grace, was on campus only a few days before firing up his...
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Health plan forums continue

Payroll & Benefit Services and representatives from the university health plan renewal team are leading a series of employee forums to discuss what's new...
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Longtime physics leader from CU-Boulder nominated for White House post

Carl Wieman, the director of the Science Education Initiative (SEI) at the University of Colorado and the Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative (CWSEI) at...
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Job searches for new grads lengthening, says career services director

With a struggling economy still affecting the nation, college students graduating this spring are faced with long, competitive job searches, according to Lisa...
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New President's Teaching Scholar combines humanities, technology

Diane Sieber Raised in Spain, she earned graduate degrees in Spanish literature at Princeton. Later, she turned part-time dabbling in computer programming, Web...
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Boulder celebrates faculty achievements in teaching

Photo/Caroline Seib Mary Ann Shea, center, co-hosted the first Celebration of Teaching event at the University of Colorado at Boulder on Friday, March 12. The...

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