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Regents pursue in-state tuition status for indigenous peoples
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Regents pursue in-state tuition status for indigenous peoples

The CU Board of Regents last week voted to direct university administration to work with state lawmakers in order to offer in-state tuition status for out-of-...
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Regents approve revisions to policies affecting administrator, officer searches

The Board of Regents last week formally approved revisions to Regent Policy 3.E: Searches for Administrators and Guidelines for the Appointment of Chief...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Racial and Ethnic Equity
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Racial and Ethnic Equity

The CU system Faculty Council Committee on Racial and Ethnic Equity (CREE) considers the needs and priorities of students and faculty of color. The scope of...
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status

The University of Colorado and the Boettcher Foundation announce the 2021 Boettcher Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program. Boettcher Webb-Waring...
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Claim your health care expense savings for 2021 – and beyond
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Claim your health care expense savings for 2021 – and beyond

Unexpected expenses can come as a surprise. According to Optum Bank, nearly six out of every 10 consumers struggle to pay medical bills. A Health Savings...
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Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Colorado business is showing more signs of a recovery from the COVID-19 economic slump, according to a new CU Boulder report Colorado Secretary of State Jena...
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‘Let’s Talk GRIT!’ free online training promotes resilience, connectivity during COVID-19 and beyond

‘Let’s Talk GRIT!’ free online training promotes resilience, connectivity during COVID-19 and beyond

GRIT, the Greater Resilience Information Toolkit, a free, digital training designed for busy people looking to build up their resiliency and the resiliency of...
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Marks leads first virtual State of the Campus address

Marks leads first virtual State of the Campus address

CU Denver’s first virtual State of the Campus address featured Chancellor Marks and more than 20 members of the campus community who reflected on the current...
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Can time-restricted eating prevent you from overindulging on Thanksgiving?

Can time-restricted eating prevent you from overindulging on Thanksgiving?

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you might be worried about overindulging on turkey and pumpkin pie. Elizabeth Thomas, MD, assistant professor of...
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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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Provost updates BFA on fall shift to remote instruction, other issues

Provost updates BFA on fall shift to remote instruction, other issues

Members of the Boulder Faculty Assembly received an update on Thursday from Provost Russell Moore, who explained in further detail why the campus is shifting...
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Virtual panel to consider lessons from science fiction, history

Virtual panel to consider lessons from science fiction, history

If you are looking for “more diverse views of the future,” venture capitalist Brad Feld once said, look to science fiction. As we grapple with a challenging...
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Four ways to engage with the 2030 Sustainability Strategic Plan

Four ways to engage with the 2030 Sustainability Strategic Plan

As the UCCS Sustainability Strategic Plan 2020 sunsets this year, the Sustainability Committee is seeking feedback on the UCCS Sustainability Strategic Plan...
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Newly opened technology lab made possible by generous gift from Trimble Inc.

Newly opened technology lab made possible by generous gift from Trimble Inc.

On Friday, Nov. 6, representatives from CU Denver and Trimble Inc. gathered virtually to celebrate a major milestone for the College of Engineering, Design and...
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NIH award funds data-coordinating center for Down syndrome research

NIH award funds data-coordinating center for Down syndrome research

The new initiative will fuel collaboration and discovery about the biology of Down syndrome and its co-occurring medical conditions
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Breathing easier, Colorado? Well, get prepped for more fire days ahead

Breathing easier, Colorado? Well, get prepped for more fire days ahead

A cold front brought a blanket of snow to Colorado in late October, a welcome gift for a state ravaged by wildfires. As the flakes fell, they helped tame...
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Publication note: No CU Connections on Thanksgiving, Dec. 24 and 31

CU Connections will not publish new issues on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 26), Dec. 24 and 31. Deadline for submissions for the Thursday, Dec. 3, issue is noon...
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Governor’s budget proposal restores cuts to higher ed
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Governor’s budget proposal restores cuts to higher ed

The proposed state budget announced Monday by Gov. Jared Polis brought encouraging news for the University of Colorado and other institutions of higher...
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CU sponsoring Go Red for Women, an American Heart Association benefit
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CU sponsoring Go Red for Women, an American Heart Association benefit

The University of Colorado is sponsoring 2020 Denver Go Red for Women , a virtual event benefiting the American Heart Association. The digital experience, set...
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Impact Report details how Employee Services assists CU community
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Impact Report details how Employee Services assists CU community

Employee Services has released its second annual Impact Report, highlighting ways the department is going the distance to serve University of Colorado faculty...
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Procurement Dashboards deliver data CU can bank on
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Procurement Dashboards deliver data CU can bank on

Every penny counts. That’s why the Procurement Service Center (PSC) has released a new tool that empowers University of Colorado campuses, schools and...
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Fauci shares pandemic insights with CU Boulder students

University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano posed questions from students to Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious diseases expert, this...
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Reddy selected as U.S. Air Force Academy Honorary Commander

Reddy selected as U.S. Air Force Academy Honorary Commander

Chancellor Venkat Reddy will serve the next two years as an honorary commander at the U.S. Air Force Academy after his induction ceremony Oct. 23. He will be...
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Pandemics on the rise: Why?

Pandemics on the rise: Why?

Infectious diseases have been around for millennia—with the earliest known communicable diseases being measles, smallpox, and influenza.
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CU researcher tackles vaccine hesitancy in Colorado’s religious communities

CU researcher tackles vaccine hesitancy in Colorado’s religious communities

Vaccine hesitancy is something we hear a lot about these days related to a potential coronavirus vaccine. Yet vaccine hesitancy has been a public health issue...

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