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Reminder: State resource available for reporting occupational fraud

The University of Colorado Principles of Ethical Behavior and the systemwide Code of Conduct reflect the university’s commitment to creating and sustaining a...
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‘Climate contrarianism’ is down but not out, expert says

In 2011, Max Boykoff attended the 2011 Heartland Institute’s Sixth International Conference on Climate Change in Washington, D.C., to better understand how the...
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GRIT Resiliency in Action Conference 2024

The Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience is excited to extend a warm invitation to the GRIT: Resiliency in Action Conference 2024, a unique event designed...
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CU Denver’s affinity groups focus on creating strong sense of belonging on campus

At CU Denver, we know that building a community starts with our individual experiences but is strengthened when we find connections between the things that...
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Celebrate Women’s History Month at CU Denver

Each year, during March, the country takes time to celebrate the incredible impact and accomplishments of women. At CU Denver, we’re committed to being an...
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Addressing health inequities in the Black community

In the Division of Cardiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Kamal Henderson, MD, is working to understand why marginalized communities...
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Keep your finances flexible with CU’s voluntary retirement savings plans

Keep your finances flexible with CU’s voluntary retirement savings plans

Saving for retirement is a necessary step in establishing a secure financial foundation, and CU recognizes the importance by providing mandatory retirement...
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Regents approve revisions to two academic policies
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Regents approve revisions to two academic policies

The Board of Regents on Feb. 8 approved revisions to the following policies: Policy 3.I: Compensation for Administrative Officers Returning to Any Faculty...
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State leaders announce details of bipartisan legislation to accelerate Colorado’s thriving quantum ecosystem, build on CU Boulder’s quantum legacy

Gov. Jared Polis unveiled plans to invest $74 million in Colorado’s quantum ecosystem. The new refundable tax credit program aims to maximize the state’s...
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Office gets new name: Office for Public and Community-Engaged Scholarship

The Office for Outreach and Engagement has changed its name to the Office for Public and Community-Engaged Scholarship to reflect its charge to support faculty...
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Dreamers scholarship helps student complete her degree at CU Denver

Alejandra Cabrera loved working with computers as a child, which is why she pursued a degree in information systems at CU Denver. Today, the ’23 alum is a...
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Quantum leap: CU Anschutz set to pioneer advancements in medicine

Last fall, the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration designated Colorado’s Elevate Quantum a Regional Technology Hub for Quantum...
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CU’s outdoor partnerships reshaping industry norms
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CU’s outdoor partnerships reshaping industry norms

Three initiatives across the University of Colorado are working to serve the outdoor industry through collaborative efforts involving students, staff, faculty...
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Retirement could be just your cup of tea with Retirement Ready

Retirement could be just your cup of tea with Retirement Ready

Employee Services is here to help take the mystery out of the retirement planning process. Each year, we host Retirement Ready — a series of educational...
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Systemwide administrative policy statement updates: February 2024

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced updates to the following administrative policy statements (APS) from the Academic Affairs and Human...
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Call for proposals: Coleman Institute’s Technology Translational Research and Development Awards

The Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities is now accepting proposals from CU faculty members for the Technology Translational Research and Development (...
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CU Boulder-convened Quantum Community Coalition unveils vision for Colorado’s ‘Quantum-Ready Workforce’

A statewide coalition of higher education and industry partners has outlined a detailed vision for Colorado to translate its legacy as a national leader in...
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Conference on World Affairs set for April 10-12

Whether you're a first-time attendee or a longtime participant, we welcome you to join us for the 2024 Conference on World Affairs! Stay updated on CWA...
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Build your mental health support skills with new training

UCCS recently introduced a new course designed to equip participants with practical skills to effectively engage with mental health concerns as they arise...
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CU Denver’s National Society of Black Engineers helps students connect their passions with a paycheck

It’s one thing to figure out the career you want, but plotting out how to land a job is another. That’s where CU Denver’s chapter of the National Society of...
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CU Cancer Center leaders share insights with Colorado legislators

A dozen Colorado state senators and representatives gathered on Feb. 6 for a briefing by leaders of the University of Colorado Cancer Center, who gave the...
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Colorado Capital Conference seeks participants for 2024
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Colorado Capital Conference seeks participants for 2024

U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper – along with Colorado Mesa University, the University of Colorado and Colorado State University – invite you to...
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Luminaries celebrate a more diverse, welcoming campus

Luminaries celebrate a more diverse, welcoming campus

Being Black on campus two decades ago was difficult, but the University of Colorado Boulder has worked to improve its culture, says Aba Arthur, who costarred...
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System UIS, CU Boulder team to improve student experience via data efficiency

Students applying to college often complain about the “hurry up and wait” aspect of the application and enrollment process. CU Boulder’s Office of Information...
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LAS professors receive Henry Luce Foundation grant

Three professors in the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences were recently awarded an impressive grant from the Henry Luce Foundation for a comprehensive,...

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