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University leads nation in awards from new program for researchers

From left: Arthi Jayaraman, Michael Hermele, Tobin Munsat and Alysia Marino Four University of Colorado at Boulder professors will receive $750,000 grants...
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Three who embody Jeffersonian ideals earn one of CU's highest honors

NOTE: We have learned that when this story first was posted, some nominees for the Thomas Jefferson Award had not yet received the letters sent to inform them...
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Research efforts cited in Discover's top science stories of the year

Seven research efforts involving the University of Colorado at Boulder were among the top 100 science stories of the year selected by Discover Magazine — ideas...
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Awards honor teamwork of CU researchers, private-sector business

The University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office tonight honors CU faculty and outside companies collaborating on the development of treatments for...
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Chase Faculty Community Service Award nominations requested

Nominations for the annual Chase Faculty Community Service Award are being accepted through Feb. 26 to honor a full-time faculty member who has provided...
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Alumna makes a classics gift

Mary McClanahan ('67, '69 AS) Amid CU-Boulder's storied progress in leading-edge fields such as biotech and energy, the university's classics department (...
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Nine policy changes made official

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to nine policies in the areas of academic affairs, administrative/general, fiscal and legal...
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President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative names 2010 researchers

Faculty researchers from all four university campuses have been chosen to participate in the President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) for 2010...
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University ranks fifth on 'best value' list of public colleges

The University of Colorado at Boulder is the nation's No. 5 "best value" public college or university for 2010 according to rankings released Tuesday, Jan. 12...
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Obama recognizes CU for commitment to science, math education

President Barack Obama today recognized the University of Colorado at Boulder for its leadership in science, technology, engineering and math — or STEM —...
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Five questions for Norman Pace

At an early age growing up in rural Indiana, Norman Pace, Ph.D., learned he had an affinity for microscopes and chemistry sets. He was so taken by the "unseen...
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Study: New approach to emissions improves accuracy of climate models

It's no secret that emissions leaving a car tailpipe or factory smokestack affect climate and air quality. Even trees release chemicals that influence the...
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University's new expense system continues to roll

The University of Colorado's new expense system continues to expand as part of a rolling launch that began in April. By the end of February, the entire...
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Sustainable practices program adds management certificate

As public interest in sustainable practices grows, so does demand for professional development in the area. The latest expansion of the sustainable practices...
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Conference to examine 'Islam and the Media'

"Islam and the Media" is the title of the international conference being hosted by the University of Colorado at Boulder's Center for Media, Religion and...
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Expert: State's economy to stabilize but still lose jobs in 2010

Colorado's economy will return to stability but not growth in 2010, according to economist Richard Wobbekind of the University of Colorado at Boulder's Leeds...
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Hank Brown, CU president emeritus, announces retirement from university

University of Colorado at Boulder political science professor and CU President Emeritus Hank Brown will retire on Dec. 31, but plans to continue teaching a...
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Five questions for Jason Katzman

Nineteen years ago, Jason Katzman was a stock clerk at the CU Book Store. The fit was so good, he continued to work there, and has risen in the ranks to become...
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CU-Boulder contingent makes trek to Copenhagen climate conference

A contingent from the University of Colorado at Boulder is attending the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which began Monday, Dec. 7, in...
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News briefs

Donors, alumni receive video "thank you" Short videos were e-mailed to about 150,000 alumni and parents last month to say "thank you" for supporting the...
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Particle accelerator relaunched after 14-month hiatus

The Large Hadron Collider project involves nearly a dozen CU-Boulder faculty, postdoctoral researchers, graduate students and technical staff. A group of...
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Lessons on leadership miles above the planet

In space, where friends are few and far between, the astronaut reached out to shake a man's hand. And the astronaut's boss didn't like it.
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President's Task Force on Efficiency reports progress

A year after CU President Bruce D. Benson established the President's Task Force on Efficiency, most of its recommendations are at least partly in use, helping...
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Regents recap

At its Nov. 11-12 meeting at the Anschutz Medical Campus, the CU Board of Regents approved a lengthy slate of items. The board approved: The establishment of...
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Holiday spirit comes alive on Boulder stages

Scrooge (Bob Buckley) finds the holiday spirit with the help of Tiny Tim (Addison Kleinhans) in the Colorado Shakespeare Festival production of "A Christmas...

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