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Assistive Technology Partners finds new space on CU Denver campus

Assistive Technology Partners finds new space on CU Denver campus

Lauren Beck already knows the first phrases she’s going to program into NOVA Chat once the software is uploaded to her tablet: all the character names from “...
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Dental medicine fellow changing image of craniofacial disorders through research and actions

Dental medicine fellow changing image of craniofacial disorders through research and actions

Crouched at his desk in a quiet corner of a university lab, Francis Smith, PhD, peers at rows of jagged lines spanning his computer screen. The hum of rotators...
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How does CU’s budget work?
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Video: How does CU’s budget work?

During June’s regents meeting, where the board approved this year’s $3.82 billion budget, Todd Saliman, vice president and chief financial officer, premiered a...
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Call for submissions: Academic Affairs awards and grants
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Call for submissions: Academic Affairs awards and grants

The CU Office of Academic Affairs solicits submissions for the following fall 2016 awards and grants. Please direct inquiries to AcademicAffairs@cu.edu ...
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College faculty OK core-curriculum overhaul

College faculty OK core-curriculum overhaul

Faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences have voted to revise the college’s core curriculum for the first time since 1988, a faculty committee...
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BioServe Space Technologies: CU Boulder's presence on the International Space Station

BioServe Space Technologies: CU Boulder's presence on the International Space Station

If you gaze at the night sky from Earth in just the right place, you will see the International Space Station (ISS), a bright speck of light hurtling through...
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Call for nominations: Disability Services Awards at CU Boulder
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Call for nominations: Disability Services Awards at CU Boulder

Disability Services at the University of Colorado Boulder will host its first awards ceremony in recognition of students, alumni, faculty members and staff who...
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Chancellor offers updates on HLC, campus growth at September forum

Chancellor offers updates on HLC, campus growth at September forum

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak offered a long list of campus updates at her Sept. 28 All-Campus Forum, punctuated by a plea for faculty and staff to prepare...
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Now is the time for CU Denver, chancellor says

Now is the time for CU Denver, chancellor says

At Campus Forum, Chancellor Horrell says path to pre-eminent stature as public urban research university starts with elevating student success.
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Fifth Annual Safety Fair draws large crowd

Fifth Annual Safety Fair draws large crowd

Nearly 400 visitors found lots of great information, advice and gifts at the Fifth Annual Safety Fair held on the Anschutz Medical Campus on Sept. 21.
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Call for submissions: Race, gender and sexuality symposium
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Call for submissions: Race, gender and sexuality symposium

Proposal submissions are encouraged for “Intersections: Race, Gender and Sexuality in Research and Teaching,” the Faculty Council’s LGBTQ+ and EMAC Symposium...
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Intercampus tuition benefit pilot study in the works; Faculty Council meeting coverage
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Intercampus tuition benefit pilot study in the works

A task force charged with studying how to improve the tuition waiver benefit for faculty and staff is pursuing a potential three-year pilot study that would...
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Beat the bug: Get your flu shot at a campus clinic
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Beat the bug: Get your flu shot at a campus clinic

Don’t let the flu knock you out of commission this winter. Employee Services is in your corner, bringing flu shot clinics on each CU campus, Oct. 3-31. An...
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$24 million NSF grant to establish imaging science center at CU Boulder

$24 million NSF grant to establish imaging science center at CU Boulder

CU Boulder will expand its role as a national leader in imaging, materials, nano, bio and energy sciences as part of a collaborative partnership awarded $24...
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Governor and mayor headline 20th annual UCCS Economic Forum

Governor and mayor headline 20th annual UCCS Economic Forum

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers are among the dignitaries scheduled to speak at the 20th annual UCCS Economic Forum Oct...
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Student energy and vision celebrated at historic groundbreaking for CU Denver Student Wellness Center

Student energy and vision celebrated at historic groundbreaking for CU Denver Student Wellness Center

The surge in CU Denver school spirit, unity and connection that started over three years ago with the launch of club sports and a lynx mascot reached a new...
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The difficulties of studying medical marijuana

The difficulties of studying medical marijuana

Studies of marijuana use to treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are hampered by a lack of scientific evidence, public perception of the drug’s safety and...
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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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