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Open Enrollment 2015
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Know how to navigate benefits enrollment in the portal

With Open Enrollment in full swing, many CU employees have learned all about plan changes and made health care decisions. Now, all that’s left to do is enroll...
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Student-staffed DAWN clinic serves population in need

Student-staffed DAWN clinic serves population in need

It was 9:30 p.m., an hour after the DAWN Clinic had already closed, when David Choi and his fellow volunteers saw her: an elderly woman in a nightgown and...
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LeVar Burton

At lecture, actor Burton discusses love of reading

Former Star Trek actor and Emmy Award winning “Reading Rainbow” host LeVar Burton entertained and educated a crowded Gallogly Events Center during a April 27...
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Two CU-Boulder faculty join ranks of President’s Teaching Scholars
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Two CU-Boulder faculty join ranks of President’s Teaching Scholars

Two faculty members at the University of Colorado Boulder have been named 2015 President’s Teaching Scholars, a systemwide designation that recognizes CU...
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CU Denver Provost Roderick Nairn
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CU Denver students earn regents’ quick approval of wellness center

In an emotional, unexpected vote — followed by cheers and a standing ovation from meeting attendees – the CU Board of Regents on Friday approved a CU Denver...
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Regents won’t divest; call for report on options for future investment

The CU Board of Regents said it won’t move to divest from fossil fuels. In a 7-2 vote April 16 at CU Denver in the Tivoli Turnhalle, during the board’s regular...
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CU moves to improve data management

Data touches on virtually every activity at the university, but CU has not always effectively managed the innumerable bits of information on its internal and...
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Regents roundup

Four new degrees earned the approval of the Board of Regents during its regular meeting Friday at the CU Denver Student Commons Building on the Auraria Campus.
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The folio’s engraving of Shakespeare by Martin Droeshout

Shakespeare First Folio 2016 exhibition dates announced

The University of Colorado Boulder, recently named Colorado’s host for the First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare national tour, is pleased to announce...
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Tenure list: April 2015

At its meeting Friday at the University of Colorado Denver, the CU Board of Regents approved two appointments with tenure: University of Colorado Boulder...
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CU Health Plan rates increase modestly during Open Enrollment

This Open Enrollment, University of Colorado faculty and staff enrolling in CU Health Plans will see minor monthly rate increases – below $5 for employee-only...
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JFK Partners: 50 Years of Service and Success

JFK Partners: 50 years of Service and Success

By the time Tatum was 8 months old, his mother, Janelle, would watch him at playdates with other babies the same age, and know that all was not right with her...
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From left, CU School of Medicine alumni Dr. Bill Maniatis (’65), president of the Medical Alumni Association; Dr. Ed Kinzer (’52); Dr. Clara Winter (’65) and Dr. Wag Schorr (’63).
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School of Medicine alumni share stories of giving back to CU

At a Medical Alumni Association event Tuesday, three alumni from the School of Medicine shared their personal stories of philanthropy, highlighting different...
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Off-cycle system policy changes in effect this month

One new policy, one recission and six revisions make up the slate of system policy changes that took effect last week. The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE...
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CU President Bruce Benson meets with attendees at the Heritage Society luncheon April 2 at the Denver Country Club.
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Heritage Society donors celebrated for making a difference

From academic research to scholarship endowments to building construction, donor generosity is playing a vital role at CU more than ever.
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State wants improved medical response to campus sex assault victims
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State wants improved medical response to campus sex assault victims

A bill aimed at improving college campus-based medical responses to student victims of sexual assault is advancing at the Capitol, with House lawmakers having...
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CU announces changes to modernize employee retirement plans
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Mapping guides show paths of retirement investments in July

When the University of Colorado modernizes the funds offered within its retirement Plans this summer, employees with accounts through Fidelity and Vanguard can...
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New program aims to help at-risk employees prevent diabetes
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New program aims to help at-risk employees prevent diabetes

CU Health Plan – Diabetes Prevention During Open Enrollment, April 27-May 11, you may access this innovative program by enrolling in any CU Health Plan and...
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Faculty, students revved up about Large Hadron Collider restart - See more at: http://www.colorado.edu/news/releases/2015/04/06/faculty-students-revved-about-large-hadron-collider-restart#sthash.SrtOReuM.dpuf

Faculty, students revved up about Large Hadron Collider restart

University of Colorado Boulder faculty and students are primed to get back in action following the Easter restart of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world...
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Gen. Michelle Johnson, left, responds to a question while Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak listens at an April 2 community event.

Issues facing higher education cross public, private boundaries

UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak, USAFA Superintendent Gen. Michelle Johnson, Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler and Pikes Pike Community College...
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Founding dean named at CU-Boulder’s newest college

Lori Bergen -- dean of the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- will begin her new role...
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Regents OK modest increases to tuition, compensation
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Regents OK modest increases to tuition, compensation

The CU Board of Regents on Monday voted to approve a slate of modest tuition increases at campuses for the next fiscal year. They are among the lowest rate...
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Global Health Responders course to help humanitarians ‘do no harm’
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Global Health Responders course to help humanitarians ‘do no harm’

In 2010, a devastating earthquake hit the Haitian capital of Port au Prince – one of the most vulnerable cities on Earth. More than 200,000 Haitians were...
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Facebook app encourages people to get in touch with their DNA

Facebook app encourages individuals to get in touch with their DNA

Have you ever wondered if your dad’s fight with prostate cancer means you could face the same reality? Or perhaps your family has several members who have...

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