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In season opener, Colorado Shakespeare Festival flips the script

In season opener, Colorado Shakespeare Festival flips the script

William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors is so timeless it needs no rewrite to get wall-to-wall laughs in the 21st century. But a few trailblazers at the...
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For first time, Colorado directly funds cancer research

For first time, Colorado directly funds cancer research

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill giving approximately $1.7 million annually toUniversity of Colorado Cancer Center for cancer research. The money...
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Next series of My New Weigh classes begins Nov. 12
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My New Weigh offers May info sessions, classes

Have you tried everything to lose weight, only to regain? Are you ready for a new way?
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Singh
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Faculty Council elects new leadership

Faculty Council last week concluded its meeting schedule for the academic year with the election of a new leadership team and appearances by Regent Linda...
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Senate to consider hospital provider fee change

Colorado lawmakers in the House last week approved House Bill 16-1420, aimed at making a change to the hospital provider fee in order to help higher education...
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OE2016 Checklist
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Here’s an Open Enrollment to-do list

While this year’s Open Enrollment gives University of Colorado faculty and staff the option to hold their current benefit plans and take no action, you may...
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Fossil kits bring CU-Boulder museum to classrooms across Colorado

Fossil kits bring CU-Boulder museum to classrooms across Colorado

Jim Hakala hit the road on a recent Friday with bins of captivating remnants of the ancient past. Among other things, he had fossilized fern, leaves, shark...
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Medical students begin training in Colorado Springs

Medical students begin training in Colorado Springs

UCHealth Memorial Hospital soon will begin playing a major role in educating the physicians of tomorrow. On May 2, students from the University of Colorado...
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New Heller Center curator settling in at historic site

New Heller Center curator settling in at historic site

Rhonda Goodman-Ghagan made a wish list when she began looking for a job after she and her husband moved to Colorado.
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NPR’s Michele Norris discusses The Race Card Project

NPR’s Michele Norris discusses The Race Card Project

What can a person say about race in only six words? Quite a bit, according to Michele Norris, NPR host and founder of The Race Card Project, who led a...
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higher ed leadership
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Higher Education Leadership Concentration offered

Advance your career in higher education by completing the 30-credit-hour Higher Education Leadership Concentration in the Administrative Leadership and Policy...
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Tuition waiver benefit decision expected by spring
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Tuition waiver benefit won’t see wide expansion this year

Following months of consideration, CU administration has determined that the tuition waiver benefit for faculty and staff will largely remain unchanged for the...
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CU adds two new President’s Teaching Scholars
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CU adds two new President’s Teaching Scholars

CU has added two faculty members to the ranks of the President’s Teaching Scholars, the roster of educators who skillfully integrate teaching and research at...
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University of Colorado A Line
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Tens of thousands help launch University of Colorado A Line

The University of Colorado A Line drew an estimated 80,000 riders Friday and Saturday, when the Regional Transportation District’s new commuter rail service...
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OE:2016
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Open Enrollment campus benefits sessions run through May 5

Open Enrollment Sessions and Fairs continue through May 5, with the aim of educating faculty, staff and retirees about CU Health Plan offerings available...
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His Holiness

Tickets for Dalai Lama’s visit to CU-Boulder on sale at 9 a.m. today

Tickets for the Dalai Lama’s June 23 visit to the University of Colorado Boulder will go on sale at 9 a.m. Thursday, April 28. The Nobel Peace Prize-winning...
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Community participants, volunteers sought for BioBlitz event

Community participants, volunteers sought for BioBlitz event

A May 7 community event will allow participants to explore plants and animals in the local Sondermann Park as part of a nationwide “BioBlitz.”
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Here are the top 10 can't-miss features of the 'transformed' Tivoli Quad Park

Here are the top 10 can't-miss features of the 'transformed' Tivoli Quad Park

This May, the Tivoli Quad Park will bloom into a swath of green, framed by sweeping patios and arcing walkways. Just in time for CU Denver’s spring...
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Chancellor Dorothy Horrell receives ATHENA Leadership Award

Chancellor Dorothy Horrell receives ATHENA Leadership Award

The ATHENA Leadership Award from the International ATHENA organization identifies eight distinct attributes that are reflective of women’s contributions to...
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Mice flown in space show nascent liver damage

Mice flown in space show nascent liver damage

In a discovery with implications for long-term spaceflight and future missions to Mars, a researcher at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has...
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President’s Diversity Awards
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Leaders in inclusiveness chosen for President’s Diversity Awards

The University of Colorado President’s Diversity Award recipients and commendation recipients have been selected for academic year 2016.
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State lawmakers recommend historic funding increase for higher ed
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State budget advances

The state Legislature on Friday made official its OK of the 2016-17 budget, which now advances to Gov. John Hickenlooper for his signature.
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Funding opportunity: Call for PTLC research projects
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Funding opportunity: Call for research projects

The President’s Teaching and Learning ​Collaborative: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (PTLC) invites proposals for 2016-17 research projects that will...
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Shakespeare First Folio includes 36 plays

Months of 'Shakespeare at CU' events kick off with April 23 birthday bash

The University of Colorado Boulder will honor the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death with Shakespeare at CU, a program consisting of more than 40...
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Campus events to showcase Earth Week through Sunday

Campus events to showcase Earth Week through Sunday

Students, faculty and staff and the Boulder community will be celebrating Earth Week through Sunday on campus with a variety of different events.

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