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CU community well-represented at Tokyo Olympics

CU community well-represented at Tokyo Olympics

After being delayed a year by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tokyo Olympic Games are back on track (and on course, court, field, etc.). The University of Colorado...
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System DEI office launches summer internship program
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System DEI office launches summer internship program

The University of Colorado system Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) has announced the launch of its inaugural summer internship program. Cook...
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Diversity conversation focus of upcoming virtual fireside chat
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Diversity conversation focus of upcoming virtual fireside chat

The University of Colorado System Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) invites you to a “Fireside Chat: Unpacking Bias, Navigating Conflict and the...
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Explore ‘Sleeping Your Way to Health and Happiness’ in upcoming webinar
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Explore ‘Sleeping Your Way to Health and Happiness’ in upcoming webinar

Sleepio, a sleep wellness program offered by the CU Health Plan, next week presents a webinar on the importance of sleep and how it can improve your overall...
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Neguse to discuss student advocacy at COLTT 2021

Neguse The upcoming Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology ( COLTT ) Conference is hosting Rep. Joe Neguse in conversation with student leaders to...
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Nominate a top leader for the Excellence in Leadership Award
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Nominate a top leader for the Excellence in Leadership Award

The Excellence in Leadership Program (ELP) is calling for nominations for its Excellence in Leadership Award, which recognizes the contributions of an...
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New method developed to detect and adjust population structure in genetic summary data

New method developed to detect and adjust population structure in genetic summary data

In a new study published today in the American Journal of Human Genetics, researchers announced the development of a new method to increase the utility and...
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Cyberattack
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More CU community members notified of cyberattack

Additional members of the CU community – students, employees and alumni – whose personal information may have been compromised in the cyberattack on university...
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CU community celebrates Denver Pride via in-person, virtual events
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CU community celebrates Denver Pride via in-person, virtual events

For the sixth consecutive year, CU sponsored Denver Pride , an annual celebration of the LGBTQ+ community. The June 24-27 festival featured a hybrid virtual/in...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: June 2021

The CU Board of Regents on June 17 approved 77 tenure awards and appointments. CU Boulder Effective Aug. 16, 2021 Awards of tenure: Nisar Ahmed, Aerospace...
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2021 Legislative Session: Roundup of CU-related issues

2021 Legislative Session: Roundup of CU-related issues

The 2021 State Legislative Session adjourned sine die on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. While this was an unconventional legislative cycle at the Capitol due to COVID-...
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Assess, catalyze and communicate: How Anthony Graves will champion CU Denver public-private partnerships that put people first

Assess, catalyze and communicate: How Anthony Graves will champion CU Denver public-private partnerships that put people first

What could the future hold for Denver and the city’s anchor public research university, CU Denver? With more than 20 years of experience in economic...
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CU Strategic Plan
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Completed strategic plan sets direction for future of CU

CU’s strategic plan, work on which was launched nearly two years ago by CU President Mark Kennedy, received its official unveiling before the Board of Regents...
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‘Work for All’: How CU Denver will become a leading public urban research university by 2030

‘Work for All’: How CU Denver will become a leading public urban research university by 2030

On June 17, Chancellor Marks presented to the CU Board of Regents the 2030 strategic plan, a profound repositioning of CU Denver to be a public urban research...
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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences presenting series of conversations about COVID

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences presenting series of conversations about COVID

The University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences invites you to join us for a month-long series concerning the current and future status...
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CU Connections
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CU Connections shifts to summer publication schedule in July

CU Connections will begin its summer publication schedule after the June 24 issue, when issues will appear biweekly. No new issues are scheduled to appear on...
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CU Board of Regents
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CU regents continue progress on presidential search

The CU Board of Regents continues to be active with the presidential search, laying the groundwork for the process that is expected to formally begin in late...
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Updates on implementation of Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act
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Colorado’s Equal Pay Act: What does it mean for you?

In 2019, Colorado passed the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act , which took effect on Jan. 1, 2021. The law is designed to reduce the compensation gap that exists...
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CU Denver study: Introducing play to higher education reduces stress, forms deeper connection to course material

CU Denver study: Introducing play to higher education reduces stress, forms deeper connection to course material

A new study found higher education students are more engaged and motivated when they are taught using playful pedagogy rather than the traditional lecture-...
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Juneteenth webinar to examine ‘Liberatory Love and Freedom’
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Juneteenth webinar to examine ‘Liberatory Love and Freedom’

The University of Colorado system Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) invites you to attend a Juneteenth keynote, “Liberatory Love and Freedom:...
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New CU program tackles medicine’s tough realities before they matter

Juneteenth history: Why doesn’t everyone know about Texas?

Juneteenth, which combines the words June and nineteenth, is an unofficial national holiday marking the day Major General Gordon Granger of the Union army read...
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Salliman
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CU Regents name Todd Saliman interim president

Todd Saliman The CU Board of Regents on Tuesday named Todd Saliman the institution’s interim president on a unanimous vote. The appointment is effective July 1...
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Colorado leaders react to Saliman appointment
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Colorado leaders react to Saliman appointment

Leaders across the state of Colorado reacted to the appointment Tuesday of Todd Saliman as CU’s interim president. Some comments: Brown Hank Brown , former CU...
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Free Coursera courses expanded for CU faculty, staff, students
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Free Coursera courses expanded for CU faculty, staff, students

The catalog of online courses offered free to CU faculty, staff and students expanded this spring thanks to participation in a consortium of university...
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Leading University Communications into a new era

Leading University Communications into a new era

Four months into her role as vice chancellor of University Communications, Marie Williams brings fresh perspectives and big ideas to her department and the CU...

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