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BioFrontiers

$1 million gift to BioFrontiers Institute to aid graduate students

The University of Colorado’s BioFrontiers Institute has received a $1 million gift from John F. Milligan and Kathryn Bradford-Milligan of Hillsborough,...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: August 2016

At its meeting Wednesday at 1800 Grant St., the CU Board of Regents approved 11 appointments with tenure. Unless otherwise noted, appointments are effective...
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Something Queer, LGBTQ back-to-school event, set for Aug. 18
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Something Queer, LGBTQ back-to-school event, set for Aug. 18

Something Queer, an LGBTQ back-to-school event, invites faculty, staff and allies from CU Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campus to gather for a show of...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication

With today’s issue, CU Connections resumes its regular weekly publication schedule for the new academic year. A new edition appears each Thursday morning...
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Breaking news: Trump to rally at UCCS Friday

To the Campus Community: I am writing to advise that the Donald Trump campaign has contacted the university and requested a contract to lease the Gallogly...
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New technology to improve parking enforcement efficiency

New technology to improve parking enforcement efficiency

A new license plate recognition system will help UCCS Parking and Transportation Services enforce parking lots more efficiently when it debuts this fall.
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CAP project aims to infuse design strategies that promote healthier, more active lives in Denver’s poorest neighborhood

CAP project aims to infuse design strategies that promote healthier, more active lives in Denver’s poorest neighborhood

Belying its bucolic name, Denver’s Sun Valley neighborhood is largely industrial and economically challenged. Bicycle lanes are lacking and often don’t connect...
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Call for applications: Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador Award
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Call for applications: Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador Award

Applications are requested for the Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador Award, presented to a University of Colorado faculty member who will promote the opportunity...
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The Book of Shakespeare: First printed collection of Shakespeare’s plays comes to CU Boulder

The Book of Shakespeare: First printed collection of Shakespeare’s plays comes to CU Boulder, its only Colorado stop, in August

On April 23 literature lovers around the planet celebrated the 452nd birthday of William Shakespeare. The date also happened to mark the 400th anniversary of...
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Electric assist bikes provide meaningful exercise, cardiovascular benefits

Electric assist bikes provide meaningful exercise, cardiovascular benefits

A new University of Colorado Boulder study shows that using an electrically-powered bicycle on a regular basis can provide riders with an effective workout...
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Kathleen Barnes: This Is What People Are Talking About When They Say ‘Big Data’

Kathleen Barnes: This is what people are talking about when they say ‘big data’

Barnes is building CU's expertise in health data and biocomputing into a world-class personalized medicine program.
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Next series of My New Weigh classes begins Nov. 12
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My New Weigh info sessions, new class coming in August

Have you tried everything to lose weight, only to regain? Are you ready for a new way?
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Staff, faculty donate time, talent through Student Affairs Service Days

Staff, faculty donate time, talent through Student Affairs Service Days

This summer, faculty and staff from across campus participated in the first-ever Student Affairs Service Days. Seventy participants volunteered with four local...
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Hunter Ewen and the iPad Quintet
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Q&A: Hunter Ewen and the iPad Quintet

Among the sessions scheduled for next month’s 19th annual Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference is an in-depth seminar, “iPad...
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CU Innovation & Efficiency Awards
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Water wisdom earns top CU Innovation and Efficiency Award for 2016

Efforts to reduce plastic waste at CU Boulder – by specially fitting trucks to dispense filtered water at campus events, and by providing bottle fill stations...
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skillsoft or lynda.com
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Lynda.com or SkillSoft: Which training tool should you use?

With Lynda.com’s recent expansion to faculty and staff on all campuses, the University of Colorado now provides its workforce with two online learning tools...
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Feel the Heath 5k
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Feel the Heat & Move Your Feet! 5K set for Aug. 7

CU Health Plan and Be Colorado will present the Feel the Heat & Move Your Feet! 5K on Aug. 7 at Washington Park in Denver. The race is open to CU Health...
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Opus Beethoven

Opus Beethoven: Grammy-winning Takács Quartet likes a challenge

Even for a Grammy Award-winning group, playing all 17 Beethoven quartets in live concert is an act of daring. Takács Quartet likes a challenge.
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CSF concludes 2016 season with ‘Henry VI, Part 2’

Colorado Shakespeare Festival concludes 2016 season with ‘Henry VI, Part 2’

On Sunday, July 31, one week before the sun sets on the Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s 2016 season, CSF’s entire acting ensemble will come together for a...
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Galleries of Contemporary Art receives $1 million naming gift

Galleries of Contemporary Art receives $1 million naming gift

The UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art (GOCA) will gain an endowment to support arts programming and educational initiatives and name its new space in the Ent...
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Governor Hickenlooper signs cyber bill into law at UCCS ceremony

Board changes name of cyber center to National Cybersecurity Center

The board of directors of the National Cyber Intelligence Center voted Tuesday to change the center’s name to the National Cybersecurity Center (NCC). The name...
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First nursing cohort at CU South Denver graduates, reflects on convenience, quality and camaraderie

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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“Ghost workers” common in migrant farm work

“Ghost workers” common in migrant farm work

New research by Sarah Horton, an anthropologist at the University of Colorado Denver, reveals that employers in agricultural industries often take advantage of...
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CCTSI’s Community Engagement research improves mortality rates in five Denver neighborhoods

CCTSI’s Community Engagement research improves mortality rates in five Denver neighborhoods

It may not surprise anyone that clinical trials in patients can save lives (most people probably know someone enrolled in a cancer trial or other life-saving...
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Shift of tech transfer to campuses streamlines workflow, leverages expertise
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Shift of tech transfer to campuses streamlines workflow, leverages expertise

On Friday, the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office will transition from a CU system office to a campus oversight structure that will leverage...

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