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Be Kind To Your Mind

Be kind to your mind: Mental Health Awareness Month and the psychological effects of COVID-19

Did you know May is Mental Health Awareness Month? This special feature is co-written by Frank Kim, PhD, director of the CU Denver Student and Community...
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Health and safety take top priority in return to campus planning

Health and safety take top priority in return to campus planning

While the post-pandemic new normal remains to be seen, the CU Anschutz Medical Campus is taking measured steps to ensure a slow and safe return to campus...
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Homebuying support program offered to CU employees
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CU employees accessing new homebuying support program

The launch of a new down-payment assistance program has drawn strong interest from CU employees. In a partnership with Landed , CU helps qualified employees...
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Hardwired

We’re hard-wired for longing, new study suggests

When it comes to forming a lasting bond, our longing for a partner may be as important as—if not more important than—how we react when we’re with them,...
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COVID-19 Resources

CU Boulder School of Education coming together with resources and support for our education community

What can we learn in these pandemic-affected times, and how can we support one another? A collection of stories and resources for our community of educators...
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College of Engineering partners with Colorado College to fabricate face shields for community

College of Engineering partners with Colorado College to fabricate face shields for community

It takes a village to create positive impact on a community. Fortunately for Tucker Walsh – machine and prototype shop manager for the Department of Mechanical...
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Okun and Feliciano study pandemic’s effect on students’ physical and psychological health

Okun and Feliciano study pandemic’s effect on students’ physical and psychological health

Professors of psychology Michele Okun and Leilani Feliciano are conducting an exploratory study on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health and...
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Passing the baton: A conversation between Chancellor Horrell and Michelle Marks

Passing the baton: A conversation between Chancellor Horrell and Michelle Marks

With just over a month left in her role as chancellor of CU Denver, Dorothy Horrell connected over Zoom with her successor, Dr. Michelle Marks, who begins July...
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Make4COVID provides crucial PPE to health care workers

Make4COVID provides crucial PPE to health care workers

When CU closed its campuses because of the coronavirus crisis, instead of shutting its doors, members of Inworks opened up new opportunities to assist health...
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Video: CU Anschutz experts discuss life on the front lines of COVID-19

Video: CU Anschutz experts discuss life on the front lines of COVID-19

Chancellor Don Elliman welcomed 2,000 guests to a live panel discussion titled “Life on the Front Lines of COVID-19 with the University of Colorado Anschutz...
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CU Health Links

Health Links Town Hall Series presents COVID-19 information for employers, the community

Join Health Links for weekly town hall webcasts featuring the latest COVID-19 information and guidance for employers and individuals in our communities...
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CU Connections
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CU Connections moves to summer publication schedule in June

CU Connections will begin its summer publication schedule after the May 28 issue, when issues will appear biweekly. No new issues are scheduled to appear on...
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President and Mrs. Kennedy visiting LASP at CU Boulder.
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Strength in numbers: President Kennedy establishes National Security Advisory Group

A July 2019 visit to LASP at CU Boulder. From left, Phil DiStefano, President Mark Kennedy, Debbie Kennedy, Dan Baker, Terri Fiez and Russell Moore. Even amid...
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Strategic Planning Delayed
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CU suspends strategic planning activity

University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy on Wednesday informed faculty and staff in a systemwide communication that he is suspending activity on CU’s...
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Title IX

CU statement on U.S. Department of Education’s Title IX regulations

The University of Colorado and its campuses will continue to prioritize our efforts to prevent and respond to all forms of sexual misconduct. Today's rules do...
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Open Enrollment 2020
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Open Enrollment ends at 5 p.m. Friday, May 8

Employees have until 5 p.m. Friday, May 8, to ensure their coverage will meet their needs for the July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021 plan year. Here are the key steps...
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Tuition Assistance
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Tuition Assistance applications now open

CU faculty and staff can now apply for the Tuition Assistance Benefit for the summer 2020 semester through the employee portal . Qualified employees can save...
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Faculty Council LGBTQ+ Committee presents virtual film screening Friday
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Faculty Council LGBTQ+ Committee presents virtual film screening Friday

The CU Faculty Council’s LGBTQ+ Committee is presenting Queer Night at the Movies, a virtual film screening. Join us at 7 p.m. Friday, May 8, to watch “...
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CU Boulder summer camps move online

CU Boulder summer camps move online

Two months ago, CU Boulder faculty and staff members were putting the finishing touches on summer camps that serve K-12 students around Colorado and beyond.
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UCCS BioFrontiers Center teams up with El Paso County to 3D print protective gear

UCCS BioFrontiers Center teams up with El Paso County to 3D print protective gear

As much of the country adheres to safer-at-home orders, things haven’t slowed down much for essential employees working for El Paso County’s Department of...
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Chancellor Marks

Looking ahead with CU Denver’s incoming chancellor

Times remain uncertain in the era of COVID-19, but Michelle Marks looks forward to the day she can relocate from Virginia to downtown Denver and immerse...
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Watch town hall on COVID-19 financial impact to campus

Watch town hall on COVID-19 financial impact to campus

On April 28, CU Denver leaders participated in a Zoom town hall regarding the financial impacts of COVID-19 on our campus. Chancellor Dorothy Horrell, along...
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COVID-19 prompts CCTSI to launch new pilot award program, support four innovative projects

COVID-19 prompts CCTSI to launch new pilot award program, support four innovative projects

Few would describe the pace of academic medical research as swift. Yet last month, the CCTSI disrupted its own processes and timelines by issuing a new rapid-...
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CU to substantially ramp up online education efforts
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CU to substantially ramp up online education efforts

CU is taking steps to bolster its online presence and offerings as the months-long project to evaluate capabilities and gauge opportunities transitions from...

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