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Graduate programs at CU among best in nation
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Graduate programs at CU among best in nation

Dozens of graduate programs across the University of Colorado land highly respected rankings in this year’s lists from U.S. News & World Report,...
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Regents awards
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Regents highlight nine honorees

The University of Colorado Board of Regents has announced its selection of this year’s recipients of honorary degrees, Distinguished Service Award and...
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ERA
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From zero to $1 billion: A CU Denver | CU Anschutz proposal development story

The September 2014 edition of UIS, at your service… reported that the CU Denver | CU Anschutz Office of Grants and Contracts (OGC) was in the midst of rolling...
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Biotech Building

Facilities Management breaks ground on new addition to Biotechnology building

Facilities Management broke ground on an addition to the Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology building on East Campus. The upcoming fifth wing, which is...
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Resident entrepreneur applications due April 1

Resident entrepreneur applications due April 1

Spread the word: Applications to be part of the second cohort of Global Entrepreneurs in Residence (GEIR) at CU-Boulder are due April 1.
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UCCS Recreation and Wellness

Recreation & Wellness Center officially opens

More than 150 UCCS faculty and staff were joined by CU dignitaries and leaders of area construction firms Feb. 29 in opening an expanded Recreation and...
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Chancellor Horrell continues to Reach Out and Listen

Chancellor Horrell continues to Reach Out and Listen

The new chancellor launched the tour in January, her first month in office, to bring her face-to-face with CU Denver constituents across the university and the...
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Wilderness Medicine Series draws huge interest

Wilderness Medicine Series draws huge interest

A packed house. People interested in the outdoors – as well as staying safe when they venture into the wild – showed up in force for the launch of a Wilderness...
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Workshops, networking draw capacity crowd for women’s symposium at UCCS

Workshops, networking draw capacity crowd for women’s symposium at UCCS

More than 250 women from across the University of Colorado system took part in the two-day 14th annual CU Women Succeeding conference, this year at UCCS. The...
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Dalai Lama reschedules visit to CU-Boulder for June 23

Dalai Lama reschedules visit to CU-Boulder for June 23

His Holiness the Dalai Lama will visit the University of Colorado Boulder June 23 after health issues derailed a previous visit scheduled last October, CU-...
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Coleman Institute calling for conference proposals
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Coleman Institute calling for conference proposals

The Coleman Institute Conference on Cognitive Disability and Technology is the only event of its kind in the field of cognitive disability, and is known for...
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Diverse Learners Awareness Week set for April
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Diverse Learners Awareness Week set for April

Recipients of a CU system Diversity and Excellence Grant are planning the first in what they hope will become an annual series of activities spotlighting the...
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New endowed chair supports excellence in emergency medicine

New endowed chair supports excellence in emergency medicine

Thanks to a recent private gift, Professor and Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine Richard D. Zane, MD, has a brand new title as the inaugural George...
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Chancellor seeks regent input for strategic plan revisions

Chancellor seeks regent input for strategic plan revisions

What’s the best way to move an ambitious and far-reaching strategic planning process forward? At UCCS last week, the answer was to move people to big round...
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Ninth annual dinner honors generous donors

Ninth annual dinner honors generous donors

Known as revolutionaries in real estate, Gail and Dave Liniger co-founded the real estate giant RE/MAX International in 1973. A culture of philanthropy is...
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Participant screening underway for free weight loss program
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Participant screening underway for free weight-loss program

Interested in participating in a free weight-loss program? The CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center is seeking volunteers for a new weight-loss research...
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Modest increases proposed for tuition, employee merit pool
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Modest increases proposed for tuition, employee merit pool

Proposals for the 2016-17 budget year received last week by the CU Board of Regents include tuition and fee increases between 3 percent and 5 percent and an...
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Diversity at CU: Recent progress encouraging
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Diversity at CU: Recent progress encouraging

The University of Colorado has made strides in increasing ethnic diversity on its campuses: In the past decade, student headcounts have risen by nearly 50...
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CU’s online initiatives making strides
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CU’s online initiatives making strides

The CU Board of Regents last week heard about progress on several fronts of the University of Colorado Connect online initiative, which will formally launch in...
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Sexual misconduct survey, Title IX
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Sexual misconduct survey results shocking, but not unusual

Reports of sexual misconduct at CU-Boulder increased nearly 100 percent in 2013-14 and 2014-15, which means efforts to fuel awareness, encourage reporting and...
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Boulder Athletics capital project update, roundup of meeting action
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Regents roundup: Boulder Athletics facilities, more

With the final cost of improvements to Folsom Field totaling $24 million above the original budget, CU-Boulder leadership last week told the Board of Regents...
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Forum offers peek into North Nevada future

Forum offers peek into North Nevada future

The newest addition to North Nevada Avenue on the western edge of campus will be a 72,000-square-foot Sports Medicine and Performance Center.
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Researcher discovers rare raptor tracks
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Researcher discovers rare raptor tracks

Dinosaur Ridge, one of the world’s most famous fossil repositories, is once again proving its importance as a source of significant dinosaur track discoveries...

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