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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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Volunteers to welcome students back to campus

Volunteers, including some campus leaders, will help new students move into residence halls at CU-Boulder. New students moving into residence halls at the...
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New CU astronaut-in-training relishes space exploration

Kjell N. Lindgren could become CU's 19th astronaut alumnus. His training as a medical doctor will no doubt help him and his crew if he makes it to the...
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Pharmacy professor helps develop technology to protect hepatitis B vaccine Research will have implications for safe vaccination delivery across the globe UC...
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Study: Commoners may have catered food for elite Chaco priests

Jim Scott/University of Colorado at Boulder Chimney Rock in southwest Colorado. Commoners living in the valley beneath Chimney Rock near Pagosa Springs, Colo...
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Five questions for Pulitzer Prize winner, James Sheeler

Five questions for Pulitzer Prize winner, James Sheeler, scholar in residence at the CU-Boulder School of Journalism and Mass Communication. [Glenn J. Asakawa/...
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CU receives a record $711 million in sponsored research funding in 2008-09

Dr. Peter Buttrick is the head of the Division of Cardiology at UC Denver. University of Colorado researchers across four campuses received more than $711...
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Fourth annual 'supplier showcases' series to kick off in September

There will be supplier showcases at all four campuses. [Photo courtesy of Amber Williams The Procurement Services Center is playing host to the fourth annual...
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Seventh annual Buffalo Bicycle Classic rolls next month

The Buffalo Bicycle Classic promises stunning views of the Boulder area. [Photo by: Steve Bailey Organizers of the seventh annual Buffalo Bicycle Classic...
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Colorado loses important advocate for children Dr. Ruth Kempe, left, and her daughter, Annie Kempe One of the nation's most passionate advocates for the safety...
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CU-Boulder adds to 'green' accolades with new energy institute

A new research institute promises to advance the University of Colorado at Boulder's position as one of the nation's leading green campuses, and further...
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Study: Drier Colorado River system in store for West

"] The Colorado River's famous Horseshoe Bend in Arizona. [Photo courtesy of GoldenSpiral.org Colorado and other states across the West could see...
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Board of Regents approve plan to separately brand, name UC Denver campuses

The University of Colorado Board of Regents last week approved President Bruce D. Benson's recommendation to separately brand and name the two campuses that...
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Despite recession, CU posts solid fundraising results

More than 50,000 donors made contributions toward CU people, places, and programs during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009-more than in any other year in CU...
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Five questions for Jeannie Thompson

Jeannie Thompson Jeannie Thompson (A&S '64, CU-Boulder) is chair of the University of Colorado Foundation's board of directors. The foundation, the...
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Stimulus funding update

CU-Boulder has applied for more than 201 grants totaling $132.2 million, and has received 28 awards for a total of $11.6 million. UCCS has applied for 11...
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CU employees aren't required to take furlough days University of Colorado employees will not be required to take furlough days due to the current economic...

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