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CU Social Justice Summit set for Feb. 5
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CU Social Justice Summit set for Feb. 5

The University of Colorado will host its 2021 Social Justice Summit – “Revolutionizing Systems for Equity: If Not Now, When?” – 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5...
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Latino Coloradans, allies invited to share stories at virtual forum
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Latino Coloradans, allies invited to share stories at virtual forum

The University of Colorado is a sponsor of the Seventh Annual Our Story Forum , a civic engagement event presented by the Latino Community Foundation of...
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November submission deadlines approaching for annual awards, grants

The CU Office of Academic Affairs invites submissions for 2020-21 awards and grants. Inquiries? AcademicAffairs@cu.edu . AWARDS Nominations for the following...
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Online Design and Development team recognized with national award
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Online Design and Development team recognized with national award

The Online Design and Development Team from CU’s Office of Digital Education was selected by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) as the recipient of its 2020...
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University of Colorado tops $1 billion in sponsored research funding for fourth consecutive year
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University of Colorado tops $1 billion in sponsored research funding for fourth consecutive year

For the fourth consecutive year, faculty at the University of Colorado attracted over $1 billion in annual sponsored research funding and gifts. The 2019-20...
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Better sleep can improve mental wellness

Mental health is one of the most overlooked global issues we face today. Nearly 1 billion people have been diagnosed with a mental disorder, and the COVID-19...
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Police reform, racial injustice in focus at Faculty Council meeting
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Police reform, racial injustice in focus at Faculty Council meeting

Societal issues that spurred activism over the summer – racial injustice and police reform – drove discussion during the Sept. 24 Faculty Council meeting, held...
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CU’s Health Savings Account record keeper changing hands
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Deadlines extended for FSA spending, claims filing

When COVID-19 hit the United States, many non-emergency surgeries and appointments were postponed. Child care centers closed. If you had a Flexible Spending...
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IT procurement a key piece of puzzle for Transformation and Innovation
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IT procurement a key piece of puzzle for Transformation and Innovation Program

New approaches to procurement of Information Technology (IT) are being examined as part of CU’s Transformation and Innovation Program (TIP), which continues to...
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Awards highlight innovation in the time of COVID
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Awards highlight innovation in the time of COVID

It took some innovation on the part of the Office of University Controller (OUC), but the 2020 CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards voting finally took place in...
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For Sale: CU South Denver
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CU South Denver facility to be sold

While the University of Colorado has announced its intention to sell the CU South Denver facility, officials say the university remains committed to serving...
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Policy
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Changes to systemwide policy on faculty appointments approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced additional revisions to APS 5060 - Faculty Appointments, effective Sept. 1, 2020. When the restructured...
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CUOTA: Neill Epperson, Mind the Brain

CU On the Air podcast: Navigating mental health issues during the pandemic

As we navigate the coronavirus, there’s a great need for frank discussions about psychiatric disorders as the weeks and months roll on. CU on the Air host Ken...
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Vera inspires faculty to explore online options

Vera inspires faculty to explore online options

Adapting or creating an online course can often be daunting: It takes up to a year to plan and execute a course with CU Online. But Emily Vera, director of...
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Election 2020: University guidelines affect campaign activity, expression
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Election 2020: University guidelines affect campaign activity, expression

With November’s general election approaching, the University of Colorado reminds employees of guidelines regarding political campaign-related activity and...
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CRM
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CU working to coordinate its constituent relationship management

An illustration of the constituent relationship management (CRM) life cycle. While the Transformation and Innovation Program’s scope does not cover the entire...
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Keep your employee benefits up to date through all stages of life
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Keep your employee benefits up to date through all stages of life

Open Enrollment is over, and we’re all settled into our benefits plans for another year, right? Not so fast. Any time between now and Open Enrollment in spring...
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Arnold R. Weber, CU President, 1980-85
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Weber pointed university toward the stars

Arnold R. Weber, CU President, 1980-85 Arnold R. Weber, the University of Colorado’s 13th president, died Thursday, Aug. 20, 2020. He was 90. “I’m saddened to...
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Updates to Article 5: Faculty and related policies now in effect
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Updates to Article 5: Faculty and related policies now in effect

As part of the formal review of all regent laws and policies, the administration, in collaboration with the faculty, undertook a thorough review of Article 5:...
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CU alters relationship with Colorado Correctional Industries

CU will continue to consider Colorado Correctional Industries (CCI) as a vendor for its furniture contracts across the four campuses and system administration...
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CU taps Alpha Education to advise CU Online business model
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CU taps Alpha Education to advise CU Online business model

University leadership has enlisted the services of Alpha Education LLC to advise CU as it moves forward on the CU Online systemwide, centralized operations...
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Policy
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Three systemwide policy changes approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced revisions to the following administrative policy statements (APSs): 1. 3002-Capital Construction...
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CU Board of Regents
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Regents Discuss, Reject Tuition Credits

The CU Board of Regents voted against a resolution that would have provided a $1,000 credit on tuition for full-time students and a $500 credit on tuition for...
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Board Given Update on Diversity Resolution

The CU Board of Regents did not vote on a proposed resolution that had been referred to its Governance and University Affairs committees last month, noting...
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Kennedy, Cook

CU is Putting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the Forefront

CU on the Air talks to CU President Mark Kennedy and CU Chief Diversity Officer Theodosia Cook about what is in the works, what is being planned and what still...

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