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2022 UIS Impact Report: Creating solutions through technology, services and collaboration
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2022 UIS Impact Report: Creating solutions through technology, services and collaboration

The 2022 UIS Impact Report highlights the extraordinary work accomplished by UIS since 2020 to empower CU to adapt, connect and achieve. The report features...
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CU hosts gathering of leaders in open education
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CU hosts gathering of leaders in open education

The Open CU Initiative and the system Office of Academic Affairs last week hosted an international convening of the open educational resources organization...
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Your shot at good health: Register for an on-campus flu shot

No one wants to be sick, especially during one of the best times of year. The leaves are changing, the crisp air is perfect for a stroll, hayrides and pumpkin...
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Election 2022: University guidelines affect campaign activity, expression

With the Nov. 8 election approaching, the University of Colorado reminds employees of guidelines regarding political campaign-related activity and expression...
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New Colorado space instrument part of flagship mission to Europa

In less than a decade, technology developed in Colorado will travel to Jupiter’s moon Europa—a cold moon where a thick crust of ice covering the surface...
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‘Art Meets Data’ in new lecture series

A grant from the President’s Fund for the Humanities is supporting a new lecture series, “Art Meets Data: A Lecture Series on Creative Research Methods.”...
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COVID-19 was bad for college students’ health. How should universities respond?

When college campuses closed their doors in March 2020 to stop the spread of COVID-19, researchers assumed college students’ health would suffer. What they...
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Seven faculty honored for work that impacts city of Denver at 2022–23 TIAA Chancellor’s Urban Engaged Scholars reception

One of CU Denver’s strategic goals is to become internationally known for its research and creative works, and that starts right in our own backyard with this...
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CU Denver Disability Symposium set for Nov. 2-3

Registration is open for the CU Denver Disability Symposium, a virtual event set for Nov. 2-3. Lydia X. Z. Brown, a nationally recognized advocate and author...
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Can science curb an alcohol use crisis? CU Anschutz addiction experts bank on it

As the nation reels from a substance abuse crisis that’s shattering lives every day, scientists and clinicians across the University of Colorado Anschutz...
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STAR HARBOR, CU collaborate on space-focused educational curriculum

STAR HARBOR, CU collaborate on space-focused educational curriculum

The University of Colorado and STAR HARBOR will collaborate on an initiative aimed at meeting space workforce needs while also advancing the emerging field of...
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Regents approve staff recommendation for no changes to Policy 14.D

As part of the continuing formal review of all regent laws and policies, the Board of Regents on Sept. 9 approved the staff recommendation for no changes to...
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Top takeaways from State of the Campus 2022

Chancellor Philip DiStefano delivered his annual State of the Campus address on Tuesday, Sept. 13, highlighting the role that universities can play in...
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Educators invited to CTL and ASSETT open house

Join the Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) and Arts and Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT) in our new space in CASE (E390) for...
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The highs and lows of the Hybl Center altitude chamber

Need an altitude adjustment? At the Hybl Center, the altitude chamber gives users a chance to train at various elevation levels. By changing the oxygen...
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CU Denver launches new initiative to increase access to tech education, careers

With support from Apple, CU Denver will launch new educational offerings, teacher professional learning with partners in St. Vrain Valley Schools, Aurora...
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CU Cancer Center leading clinical trial of new drug to treat metastatic colorectal cancer

A new phase 2 clinical trial led by University of Colorado Cancer Center member Robert Lentz, MD, may offer hope for patients with metastatic colon cancer for...
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CU Anschutz | Denver partnership program diversifies health care in Colorado

CU Anschutz | Denver partnership program diversifies health care in Colorado

Many college students enter their freshman year unsure of what they want to major in, let alone what they’ll do after they graduate. Then there are students...
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NSF funds new electron beam lithography system for quantum engineering, nanofabrication on Boulder campus

NSF funds new electron beam lithography system for quantum engineering, nanofabrication on Boulder campus

A state-of-the-art instrument coming soon to CU Boulder will improve research around quantum engineering and may eventually prove to be a game-changer for...
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Rita Moreno to speak at CU Boulder on Sept. 20

Award-winning singer, dancer and actress Rita Moreno will speak at CU Boulder on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. in the University Memorial Center’s Glenn Miller...
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UCCS students blaze a cybersecurity trail with cyber clubs

Not only does running a club on the UCCS campus teach you leadership and organizational skills, but as part of the Mountain Lions Cyber Club and the UCCS...
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First-Generation and Multicultural (FaM) Business Program welcomes inaugural cohort, with support from industry partners and donors

In recent years, the CU Denver Business School has welcomed growing populations of students who are the first in their families to pursue a college degree, as...
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ER physician offers five steps that can help prevent suicide

Emmy Betz is co-founder of the Colorado Firearm Safety Coalition, which spreads awareness about how guns can be stored with trusted family members and friends...
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How pollution changes a baby’s gut, and why it matters

How pollution changes a baby’s gut, and why it matters

Exposure to air pollution in the first six months of life impacts a child’s inner world of gut bacteria, or microbiome, in ways that could increase risk of...

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