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Regents roundup: Tenure award, new degree approval, more
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Regents roundup: Tenure award, new degree approval, more

At its April 5-6 meeting at the University of Colorado Denver, the CU Board of Regents approved one award of tenure. The faculty member is: University of...
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Health incentives

Monetary incentives for healthy behavior can pay off, says CU study

Monetary rewards for healthy behavior can pay off both in the pocketbook and in positive psychological factors like internal motivation, according to a new...
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F3Journey to space began at CU

Journey to space began at CU

Kjell Lindgren, MD ’02, has wanted to be an astronaut as long as he can remember. That dream became a reality in July 2015 when he blasted off from Kazakhstan...
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Mountain lion finds new home on El Pomar Plaza

Mountain lion finds new home on El Pomar Plaza

A 3,800-pound fixture of the university found a new campus home during spring break. After months of planning by the Facilities Services Department, the marble...
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Disaster plans often neglect preservation

Disaster plans often neglect preservation

New research from the University of Colorado Denver shows many communities fail to take historic preservation into account when planning for natural disasters...
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Advancement Website

Office of Advancement launches new website

The CU Anschutz Office of Advancement is pleased to announce the launch of its new website:supportcuanschutz.ucdenver.edu. The mobile-friendly site was created...
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Call for applications: Chancellor's Award for Excellence in STEM Education

Get Involved with the Center for STEM Learning. Apply for funding to support a STEM project. The Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in STEM Education were...
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As lawmakers assemble, budget uncertainty looms for CU
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Changes to state budget, new bills bring good news for CU

This week’s introduction of the 2016-17 Long Bill – the state’s proposed budget – brought with it unexpectedly good, welcome news for higher education and the...
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OE:2016
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Open Enrollment keeps things simple with minimal plan changes

During this year’s Open Enrollment – April 25-May 13 – the University of Colorado encourages faculty and staff to learn more about their benefits plans and...
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Submit a proposal to the COLTT Conference

The 2016 Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference call for proposals is now open.
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Vice President Biden to speak at CU-Boulder during 'It's On Us Week of Action'

Vice President Biden to speak at CU-Boulder during ‘It’s On Us Week of Action’

Vice President Joe Biden will visit the University of Colorado Boulder on Friday, April 8, to deliver a speech on the “importance of preventing sexual assault...
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$10 million pledge starts National Behavioral Health Innovation Center

$10 million pledge starts National Behavioral Health Innovation Center

Colorado’s newest center dedicated to improving mental and behavioral health has been established with a $10 million five-year commitment from The Anschutz...
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Keysight donates equipment to UCCS engineering labs

Keysight donates equipment to UCCS engineering labs

Electronic measurement company Keysight Technologies Inc. recently donated 25 high-quality mixed signal oscilloscopes, a fundamental tool in analyzing the...
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Data Warehouse specialization MOOC offers transfer credits

Data Warehouse specialization MOOC offers transfer credits

In the fall of 2015, Michael Mannino, associate professor of information systems, and Jahangir Karimi, professor of information systems in the Business School...
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Ludwig on tuition waiver expansion: numbers first, then how to pay
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Ludwig on tuition waiver expansion: numbers first, then how to pay

CU’s tuition waiver benefit, which is being reviewed by administrators for potential changes and expansion, proved to be a focal point of discussion among...
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As lawmakers assemble, budget uncertainty looms for CU
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Halfway through legislative session, budget decisions loom

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson updated members of the CU Staff Council (UCSC) on a variety of issues facing the university during the council...
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Spring Town Hall addresses social climate issues in forthright discussion

Spring Town Hall addresses social climate issues in forthright discussion

Wearing more green than is typically seen at a University of Colorado Boulder event, a crowd of more than 250 students, faculty and staff gathered in the Glenn...
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CFO: CU costs driven by multiple factors

CFO: CU costs driven by multiple factors

Explaining the costs of attending a University of Colorado campus is not easy. But that’s exactly what Todd Saliman, vice president and chief financial officer...
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Sparks fly at Iron Pour Performance

Sparks fly at Iron Pour Performance

Flames and molten iron lit up the Auraria Campus as part of the College of Arts and Media’s Iron Pour Performance. CU Denver students, faculty and alumni...
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Jefferson Award winners contribute to campuses, communities
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Jefferson Award winners contribute on campus, in communities

Three members of the University of Colorado community have been named recipients of the 2016 Thomas Jefferson Award, among the highest honors given at CU, the...
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Proposals sought for fully online degree program
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Proposals sought for fully online degree program

The chancellors and provosts of the University of Colorado invite faculty and staff to submit proposals for the development of a new, fully online...
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Campaign rhetoric 'impacts people's mental health'

Campaign rhetoric 'impacts people's mental health'

A wall along the U.S.-Mexican border. Calls to deport anyone not here legally. Comments that besmirch Mexicans. Such statements and generalizations have made...
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CU-Boulder Rec Center can help with fitness and wellness goals

CU-Boulder Rec Center can help with fitness and wellness goals

If you haven’t been to the CU-Boulder Recreation Center lately, you’re missing out. Between massage services, classes on women and self-defense, dietician...
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Getting a lesson in crisis response

Getting a lesson in crisis response

A dangerous virus wasn’t the only thing quickly spreading when an outbreak of avian flu swamped the hospitals and clinics of Mountain City and High Plains City.
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TIAA

CU retirement plan service provider adopts new name, plans stay the same

TIAA-CREF, the University of Colorado's sole provider of services for its 401(a) and 403(b) retirement plans, has rebranded and renamed itself simply "TIAA."

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