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Volunteers help students settle into Campus Village Apartments

Suitcases, shoes, bicycles, boxes and assorted bundles were hauled into Campus Village Apartments last week as students began arriving at the Denver Campus for...
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COLTT kick-starts fall semester with latest in technology, education

Faculty, instructional designers, academic technologists, IT staff, instructors and graduate students gathered in Boulder to explore and share the latest...
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University community roams with dinosaurs at Red Rocks

Lured by the promise of an evening with friends and big screen dinosaur action, hundreds of university faculty, staff, students and alumni helped sell out CU...
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Business schools team to bring together alumni

Graduates can make connections and ramp up personal career plans.
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Vendorpalooza: Supplier Showcase series returns next month

Procurement Service Center staff will be available to answer questions about fiscal procedures, travel rules and CU Marketplace.
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Math circles round up teachers for immersive experience

Two dozen Colorado middle-school teachers have returned to a college classroom, sitting where the students usually do. They’ve come from all around the state...
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Assistant professor uses film to reveal human impact of tobacco production

Marty Otañez, Assistant Professor of Anthropology After years of reading warning labels, smokers are aware of the health risks of their habit. Many, however,...
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Tenure for 12 faculty members

The Board of Regents today made appointments and awards of tenure to 12 faculty members across the University of Colorado system.
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Finalists for dean of Colorado School of Public Health announced

CU Denver Provost Roderick Nairn and the Colorado School of Public Health Dean Search Committee have announced that four candidates from a distinguished group...
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Denver School of Science and Technology students visit campus

Students from Denver's Cole Middle School visited the Auraria Campus on July 22 to learn about sustainability research being done at the University of Colorado...
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Five questions for Maria Elena Buszek

Stitching and sewing have been part of Maria Elena Buszek’s life for as long as she can remember. Her seamstress mother and aunts grew up sewing, too, in a...
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UPDATE: Business, nonprofit, chamber of commerce leaders provide input for regents

CU can expand the use of internships, make better connections with businesses and play a key role in Colorado’s emerging economic clusters, a panel told the CU...
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Five questions for Jan Rutherford

At the age of 17, Jan Rutherford enlisted in the U.S. Army. He served as a Special Forces (Green Beret) medic and executive officer, and then as a military...
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CU celebrates best year ever for private support

More than 1,800 areas at the University of Colorado received more than $213.2 million in private support this past year — the largest total in CU history,...
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How the School of Education went green – and saved money at the same time

Get Green is an incentive program designed by a dedicated mix of staff and faculty at CU Denver’s School of Education and Human Development who are determined...
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Web conference to explore 'Libraries and Copyright in a Digital Age'

Copyright law affects library users today in unprecedented ways. Standard library activities, such as interlibrary loan and preservation copying, raise...
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Campuses roll for Bike to Work Day

Raiders of the Lost Polyps, a team comprised of University of Colorado Cancer Center staff and supporters. All across the Greater Metro Area, hundreds of...
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Faculty members engaged in science collaboration with Aurora Public Schools

By Julia Cummings Robert “Bud” Talbot, left, and Randy Tagg, right, work with a student at the new Innovation Hyperlab. Robert "Bud" Talbot of the School of...
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Five questions for Catalin Grigoras

As a college student in Bucharest, Catalin Grigoras was fascinated by digital signals and what he could do with them.
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Regents OK student plan for CU-Boulder recreation center

The Board of Regents today voted to approve the $63.5 million package of improvements to the CU-Boulder recreation center, which students overwhelmingly...
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Programs critical in reaching, retaining diverse students

Gains are being made in attracting and retaining diverse students, but there's still much more to be done. The Board of Regents heard the 2010-11 diversity...
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Regents approve $2.82 billion budget

The University of Colorado Board of Regents voted to approve a $2.82 billion operating budget for the CU system's 2011-12 fiscal year.
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Experiential Learning Center immerses students in hands-on learning

The University of Colorado Denver's Experiential Learning Center (ELC ) works closely with students, faculty, employers and community partners to provide...
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Heritage Society luncheon honors estate donors to CU

More than 90 people gathered at the Denver Country Club on May 26 for the University of Colorado Foundation's annual luncheon for the Heritage Society
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Alumna among teachers honored with U.S. Presidential Award

Chantel Astler Flagstone Elementary Teacher Chantel Astler accepted the Presidential Award for Excellence on Wednesday, May 18. She is one of only two Colorado...

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