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Units within Office of the President coming together next year

The Boulder-based offices of University Information Systems (UIS) and Payroll...
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ARRA boost helps CU scientists secure $847 million in research funding

University of Colorado faculty researchers on four campuses secured more than $847 million in sponsored research funding in fiscal year 2009-10 to advance...
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Supplier showcases set up shop in September

The Procurement Services Center's fifth annual Supplier Showcase series on the University of Colorado campuses gives faculty and staff chances to meet with...
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Volunteers to help new students move in next week

Volunteers from a variety of campus groups will help new students move their belongings into residence halls at the University of Colorado at Boulder on...
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Forums next step as SJMC begins evolution process

The formal process of program discontinuation for the University of Colorado's School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) begins today, but it is still...
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All CU campuses suspend university-sponsored student travel to Mexico

Citing personal safety risks to travelers, university leadership at each of the University of Colorado campuses has suspended university-sponsored student...
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CU Leeds School index: Business leaders foresee solid expansion in state

For the first time in three years, Colorado business leaders are predicting solid growth in the state economy, according to the most recent quarterly Leeds...
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Curtain comes down on Shakespeare Fest season in less than two weeks

Photo by Casey A. Cass for CU Communications John Hutton is Lear and Jamie Ann Romero is Cordelia in the Colorado Shakespeare Festival production of "King Lear...
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Higher ed institutions want consistency in green rankings

The University of Colorado at Boulder has joined about two dozen other institutions of higher education in an open letter to publishers of campus...
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New College of Music program promises opera from ground up

Composers Robert Aldridge and Herschel Garfien How does an opera transform from words and music on paper to life on stage? The University of Colorado at...
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More than 60 faculty members earn tenure

At its June meeting, the Board of Regents approved awards of tenure and appointments with tenure for 63 faculty members throughout the system: University of...
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Performing arts veteran takes helm of Macky Auditorium

Rodolfo "Rudy" Betancourt Rodolfo "Rudy" Betancourt has been appointed director of Macky Auditorium after a national search. Betancourt, who follows Interim...
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CU-Boulder names Boswell interim vice chancellor for diversity

Robert Boswell Professor Robert Boswell of the molecular, cellular and developmental biology department at the University of Colorado at Boulder has been named...
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Clothing drive benefits job seekers, student scholarships

In a tough economic climate, the extra expense of buying a new interviewing suit is especially daunting for some students and alumni. To help, CU-Boulder...
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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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