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CWA moving forward with new plan

CWA moving forward with new plan

The Conference on World Affairs today unveiled a new strategic plan. The plan establishes a new oversight board and governance structure, sets bold new goals...
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CU Denver and Lakewood launch 'Hometown Colorado'

CU Denver and Lakewood launch 'Hometown Colorado'

Some major projects on the City of Lakewood’s to-do list will benefit from the work of several hundred students from the University of Colorado Denver, thanks...
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New resource gathers research, commentary on shaping integrated health care
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New resource gathers research, commentary on shaping integrated health care

With the burden of behavioral health problems impacting the lives of so many, and because clinicians want to deliver the best care for their patients, a...
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Nominations for Excellence in Leadership Award open until Sept. 25
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Nominations for Excellence in Leadership Award: Deadline extended to Sept. 30

ELP is a universitywide professional development experience that provides opportunities for faculty and staff to become more effective leaders who can...
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New degrees earn approval of Regents; plus roundup of BOR actions at meeting
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New degrees earn approval of Regents

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday unexpectedly approved two new degree programs and discussed a third, which won’t receive a vote of the...
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Michael Lightner, Ph.D.
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Lightner named vice president for academic affairs

CU President Bruce D. Benson announced the appointment at Friday’s Board of Regents meeting at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs after receiving...
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HCM Transactions Workshops walk users through everyday tasks
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HCM Review & Reports Workshops round out training Sept. 17-30

As the University of Colorado gears up for HCM go-live, the workshops are winding down with a final session on new reporting tools.
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UIS reaches new record in login support
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UIS reaches new record in login support

CU’s University Information Systems (UIS) recently achieved a new record in supporting student, faculty and staff logins without a hitch. On the highest volume...
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University of Colorado Board of Regents
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Regents seeking 2016 award nominees

The Board of Regents is soliciting nominations for University of Colorado 2016 Honorary Degrees, University Medals and Distinguished Service Awards...
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CU-Boulder announces 'Our Space. Our Future.'

CU-Boulder announces 'Our Space. Our Future.'

The University of Colorado Boulder today announced Our Space, Our Future, a universitywide Grand Challenge to build on the university’s strengths in aerospace-...
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Lung cancer is the number one cause of cancer deaths globally

Lung cancer is the number one cause of cancer deaths globally

Groundbreaking research presented by international leaders in lung cancer highlighted the benefits of focusing on the prevention of lung cancer, of spreading...
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9/11 remembered
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Photo feature: 9/11 remembered

CU Board of Regents Chairman Kyle Hybl led a moment of silence in memory of lives lost during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and subsequent military...
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New TIAA-CREF resources help gay, lesbian employees
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New TIAA-CREF resources help gay, lesbian employees

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes financial planning? It’s not a very romantic topic, but one that’s become increasingly important for gay and...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: September 2015

At its meeting Friday at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, the CU Board of Regents approved eight appointments with tenure.
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Record enrollment
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University of Colorado campuses achieve record-setting enrollment

Record numbers of students are pursuing higher education this fall at University of Colorado campuses, where enrollment now stands at 61,258 – a new systemwide...
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Dorothy Horrell, Ph.D.
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Horrell named finalist for CU Denver chancellor

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson today announced that Dorothy Horrell, Ph.D., is the finalist for chancellor of CU’s Denver campus.
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Track record of excellence reflected in U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 Best Colleges rankings
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CU campuses retain lofty spots on annual lists

The campuses of the University of Colorado and their undergraduate programs continue their long-standing records of excellence as tracked by the U.S. News...
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The 9/11 Artifact Display will be the site of a remembrance ceremony Sept. 11.

Ceremony will commemorate 9/11 events

Members of the CU Board of Regents and UCCS leaders will participate in a 9/11 remembrance ceremony at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 11 near Osborne Science &...
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CU-Boulder-led study shows how community ecology can advance the fight

CU-Boulder-led study shows how community ecology can advance the fight against infectious diseases

Despite continued medical advances, infectious diseases kill over 10 million people worldwide each year. The ecological complexity of many emerging disease...
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Matias set for first Race @ CU talk

Race @ CU, a new series of talks presented by the Faculty Council’s Ethnic and Minority Affairs Committee (EMAC), begins Sept. 18 with a presentation by CU...
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Philanthropy at Work: Mark Deutchman

Philanthropy at Work: Mark Deutchman

Mark Deutchman, MD, knows the many hats worn by rural physicians. The population of the town (at least according to the sign outside the city limit) where he...
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CU Denver study shows small cities not equipped for catastrophe

CU Denver study shows small cities not equipped for catastrophe

While many planners focus on the threat of natural disasters to major metropolises around the world, a new study from the University of Colorado Denver shows...
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CU celebrates National Payroll Week
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CU celebrates National Payroll Week

Every payday, thousands of CU employees look to their bank accounts, expecting their paycheck to automatically be deposited. That can only happen with the...
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CU Regent Irene Griego
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Faculty Council discusses big picture with Regent Griego

Board of Regents Vice Chair Irene Griego was a guest at the Faculty Council’s first meeting of the academic year, taking questions from council members and...
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Professor Robert Pasnau, chair of the Center for Western Civilization, Thought and Policy

CU-Boulder expands Center for Western Civilization to include the Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy

The University of Colorado Boulder announced today that the Center for Western Civilization in the College of Arts and Sciences is now the Center for Western...

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