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School of Education and Human Development uses resources to support communities

School of Education and Human Development uses resources to support communities

The School of Education & Human Development faculty is responding to the disruption created by COVID-19 by finding creative ways to help students continue...
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Experts: Our mental strength depends on us all reaching out to each other

Experts: Our mental strength depends on us all reaching out to each other

Colorado is no stranger to disaster, with its devastating floods and record mass shootings. But living through the COVID-19 pandemic, an invisible threat with...
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Multiple COVID-19 clinical trials underway at CU Anschutz

Multiple COVID-19 clinical trials underway at CU Anschutz

Doctors and nurses—many of whom are also researchers—are working around the clock at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) to treat patients who are...
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Budget questions remain in coming weeks
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As leadership takes pay cuts, budget questions remain

In a communication to the CU community on Wednesday, President Mark Kennedy announced pay cuts for himself and other university leaders. The university is...
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Staff Council focused on pandemic’s effect on jobs
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Staff Council focused on pandemic’s effect on jobs

With the university facing challenges because of COVID-19 and an uncertain financial future, the University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) on April 16...
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CU Faculty Voices: CU system libraries support open access
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CU Faculty Voices: CU system libraries support open access

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of commentaries by CU faculty, presented by the Faculty Council Communications Committee and CU Connections. Learn more...
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Open Enrollment 2020
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Open Enrollment: What Anthem’s pharmacy change means for you

CVS Caremark will manage pharmacy benefits for select CU Health Plans for the coming plan year, beginning July 1. It’s the biggest change this Open Enrollment...
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As CU Plans For Next Fiscal Year, AD George's Top Priority Still Student-Athletes

As CU plans for next fiscal year, AD George’s top priority still student-athletes

While the college sports world has been turned upside down — and no one knows when things might return to anything resembling even a "new normal" — one thing...
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Plati-'tudes: Jack Swigert’s CU career remembered (Yes, that Jack Swigert)

Plati-'tudes: Jack Swigert’s CU career remembered (Yes, that Jack Swigert)

Week four of "sheltering at home." Since no one knows how long this will last and when we can return to work in earnest, there will be 13 of these 'Tudes...
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UCCS launches virtual tours

UCCS launches virtual tours

Prospective students complying with stay at home orders across the nation will have a new way to get an up-close look at the UCCS campus after a virtual tour...
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College of Arts and Media makes masks, music and movies

College of Arts and Media makes masks, music and movies

3D-Graphics & Animation Professor Howard Cook is using his personal 3D printer to join the fight against COVID-19. When he heard about the need for medical...
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Mind the Brain: New series considers mental health in the time of COVID-19

Mind the Brain: New series considers mental health in the time of COVID-19

Resilience — what is it and how to boost it — has become a recent focus of numerous medical talk shows, blogs, books and electronic apps. Surveys to calculate...
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Video: CU Anschutz experts share campus response to COVID-19 crisis

Video: CU Anschutz experts share campus response to COVID-19 crisis

Chancellor Don Elliman welcomed 3,000 guests to a live recording of “A Conversation on COVID-19 with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus” on...
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Board of Regents to meet virtually today for coronavirus update
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Board of Regents to meet virtually today for coronavirus update

The Board of Regents has announced a meeting set for 8 a.m. today in order to receive the latest updates on how the new coronavirus, COVID-19, is affecting the...
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CU Board of Regents
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Regents will fight verdict in open records lawsuit

Note: An earlier version of this story appeared as breaking news on April 10. The Board of Regents on Friday voted to appeal a court’s decision that the...
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CU Faculty Voices: A reflection on ageism in the time of coronavirus

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of commentaries by CU faculty, presented by the Faculty Council Communications Committee and CU Connections. Learn more...
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Open Enrollment 2020
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Get a healthy dose of information at virtual Open Enrollment sessions

Employee Services’ annual Open Enrollment Sessions and Fairs are going digital, as a result of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Virtual sessions and resources...
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Online course: Become a CU sustainability champion

Online course: Become a CU sustainability champion

You may be thinking about ways to live a more sustainable, environmentally-conscious lifestyle. A new University of Colorado course can help you get started.
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Scientists developing COVID-19 test that knows you’re sick before you do

Scientists developing COVID-19 test that knows you’re sick before you do

Imagine a test that could tell you if you were infected with COVID-19 before you had a single symptom, came at an affordable price without the need to go to a...
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Earth Day to be celebrated with week of virtual events

Earth Day to be celebrated with week of virtual events

In honor of Earth Day 2020, CU Boulder will hold a special town hall that brings together faculty, staff and student leaders around the question of “What’s...
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Educational resources for community available online

Educational resources for community available online

Community members can access university library resources, watch research lectures, follow an Arctic expedition, discover Latino history and more, thanks to...
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Does coronavirus grief exist?

Does coronavirus grief exist?

If you’re like most people, coronavirus affected your daily life rather suddenly. It seems like one day CU Denver was preparing for remote classes—and then it...
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GRIT creates toolkit to build individual, community resilience against COVID-19

GRIT creates toolkit to build individual, community resilience against COVID-19

Society’s sudden changes in response to COVID-19 can impact people differently. Through the UCCS National Resilience Institute, GRIT, the Greater Resilience...
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CU doctors work to treat COVID-19, now and in the future

CU doctors work to treat COVID-19, now and in the future

Probably the hardest part of his job caring for patients stricken with a virus doctors know little about is the forced isolation: watching them battle for...
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Inaugural hackathon a success

Inaugural hackathon a success

What can a group of individuals with access to wearable data accomplish in 24 hours? It turns out the answer is nothing short of amazing. In January, teams...

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