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First nursing cohort at CU South Denver graduates

First nursing cohort at CU South Denver graduates

Christina DeBello’s life was complicated when she decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She and her husband were busy raising four children,...
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CU sets record $924 million in sponsored research funding
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CU sets record $924 million in sponsored research funding

University of Colorado faculty researchers earned $924 million in research awards for the 2015-16 fiscal year, a record year for the four-campus system. The...
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New feature helps CU Health Plan participants kick bad habits
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New feature helps CU Health Plan participants kick bad habits

Old habits die hard. A new component of CU Health Plan – Prevent, administered by Omada, wants to help participants make the lifestyle change to say goodbye to...
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Roots of Change cares about young people’s hair

Roots of Change cares about young people’s hair

A healthy head of hair can be a child’s crowning glory, a source of pride, well-being and self-esteem. ​And for three years, Donna Parrish and a group of...
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Rocky Mountain Center for Total Worker Health established

Rocky Mountain Center for Total Worker Health established

The Colorado School of Public Health’s Center for Health, Work & Environment has received $4.7 million from the National Institute for Occupational Safety...
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From lightning strikes to cosmic-scale events

From lightning strikes to cosmic-scale events

Professor Golkowski, engineering students install receiver that detects electromagnetic waves from lightning strikes; has implications on gravitational wave...
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CU Boulder team developing bike for obese riders

CU Boulder team developing bike for obese riders

Rob Foster’s hands are full. The 34-year-old CU Boulder senior is married with four children, all daughters. He’s loaded up on physiology, biomechanics and...
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From the Police Chief: Bomb Squad deems suspicious device harmless; how you can be an effective bystander

From the Police Chief: Bomb Squad deems suspicious device harmless; how you can be an effective bystander

As some of you saw on campus last night, there was a large police presence in a parking lot near the Euclid Autopark and Wardenburg Health Center. CU Police...
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Irene Griego
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CU Regents make historic leadership selections

CU Regent Irene Griego, chair The University of Colorado Board of Regents has elected Latinos as chair and vice chair of the nine-member governing board,...
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Board of Regent meeting roundup
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Board of Regents meeting roundup

Regents vote to create diversity VP The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday voted to create the system-level position of vice president for...
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University of Colorado Board of Regents
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Regents vote to create diversity VP

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday voted to create the system-level position of vice president for diversity, inclusion and retention, after...
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Regents study cost, value of research
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Regents study cost, value of research

The University of Colorado in 2015-16 tallied an impressive $924 million in sponsored research funding from federal, state and local entities, an increase of...
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Chancellor uses campus report to help regents prepare for HLC visit

Chancellor uses campus report to help regents prepare for HLC visit

UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak highlighted record enrollment growth and new programs during her campus report to the University of Colorado Board of...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: September 2016

At its meeting Sept. 8-9 at UCCS, the CU Board of Regents approved two appointments with tenure. Unless otherwise noted, appointments are effective Aug. 15,...
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CU campuses maintain prominence nationally on Best Colleges lists
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CU campuses maintain prominence nationally on Best Colleges lists

The latest edition of U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges remains a showcase for University of Colorado campuses and their undergraduate...
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Record enrollments
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Fall brings record number of students to CU campuses

Students enrolled at the four University of Colorado campuses total 63,152, according to preliminary figures for fall 2016, setting a new record across the CU...
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On-demand certification in business data analytics launches
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On-demand certification in business data analytics launches

The introduction of the Data Analytics for Business Specialization – a collaboration among CU Boulder Leeds School of Business faculty, Graduate School and the...
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Beckwith

Beckwith disappointed by state of political discourse, aims to help to improve it while at CU Boulder

Francis Beckwith, the 2016-17 Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy, is now on campus teaching courses, arranging the appearance of guest...
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McCord-Herbst Student Veterans Center opens to fanfare

McCord-Herbst Student Veterans Center opens to fanfare

With speeches and a ribbon cutting, city and university leaders joined with donors to officially open the McCord-Herbst Student Veterans Center Friday...
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CU Denver engineering team to help restore historic bridge

CU Denver engineering team to help restore historic bridge

Built in 1893, the historic Ely Stone Bridge near Monticello, Iowa has seen better days. That’s why a team from University of Colorado Denver plans to analyze...
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Colorado School of Public Health receives accreditation

Colorado School of Public Health receives accreditation

The Colorado School of Public Health (ColoradoSPH), the first school of public health in the Rocky Mountain West, has been reaccredited through July 1, 2023,...
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Nominate a CU leader for the Excellence in Leadership Award by Sept. 21
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Nominate a CU leader for Excellence in Leadership Award

Do you know a leader who has participated in the Excellence in Leadership Program? The Excellence in Leadership Program is now accepting nominations for the...
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Griego chosen to chair Board of Regents

After stalled efforts, the University of Colorado Board of Regents elected a new chair and vice chair at its meeting Friday in Colorado Springs.

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