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Regents approve bachelor’s degree in human services

Regents approve bachelor’s degree in human services

UCCS will meet the local demand for degree-certified professionals in social and human services with southern Colorado’s first bachelor’s degree in human...
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Ecohydrology: What is it and why does it matter?

Ecohydrology: What is it and why does it matter?

Many civil engineers construct buildings and design infrastructures. Allison Goodwell, PhD, is not your average civil engineer. She has her sights set on a...
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New energy, direction abound at the CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center

New energy, direction abound at the CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center

Today’s fast-paced world tends to trigger angst and stress, leaving people in need of outlets that provide relief, tranquility and health. Dan Bessesen, MD,...
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Board or Regents Meeting Coverage
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Board of Regents February meeting coverage

Regents approve civics literacy initiative Board approves motions encouraging new certificate, online effort, more Read more Budget proposal includes 3 percent...
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Diversity Award
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2019 President’s Diversity Award recipients announced

The University of Colorado President’s Diversity Award selection committee has announced its 2019 award and commendation recipients, who will be recognized at...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: February 2019

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday approved three appointments of tenure. CU Boulder Appointments with Tenure (2) David Cook-Martin , Sociology, College of...
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CU Board of Regents
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Regents look inward to gauge board effectiveness

The CU Board of Regents will evaluate its efficiency with a scaled-down questionnaire versus the last evaluation conducted in 2014. Patrick O’Rourke, vice...
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Williams perseveres on lacrosse field after coma last year

Williams perseveres on lacrosse field after coma last year

University of Colorado sophomore Aine Williams is a typical student-athlete. The lacrosse defender balances academics and athletics. She has meetings with her...
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CU Board of Regents
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Board will continue exploring stipend option for future regents

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday voted 5-3 to continue researching the feasibility of allowing incoming board members to be paid stipends for their work on...
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Summer Camp Spotlight: Colorado Buffaloes Sport Camps

Summer Camp Spotlight: Colorado Buffaloes Sport Camps

Colorado Athletics hosts a wide variety of summer camps for children and youth, with offerings for various age groups in football, basketball, lacrosse, soccer...
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UCCS game jammers create 12 new games in 48-hour period

UCCS game jammers create 12 new games in 48-hour period

Sixty-six game designers created 12 new games in a 48-hour span as UCCS hosted one of 860 sites across the world during the 2019 Global Game Jam Jan. 27-29.
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Tuition is No. 1 revenue source for CU Denver’s budget

Tuition is No. 1 revenue source for CU Denver’s budget

Student tuition and fees account for 80 percent of the university’s $214 million annual budget. That was one key piece of information that university leaders...
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UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital to build additional tower

UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital to build additional tower

UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) on the Anschutz Medical Campus will build a new tower to meet growing demand for complex medical care.
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Communications
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Communications

Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing CU Connections series in which the Faculty Council highlights each of its committees and their efforts. See past...
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Biometric Screenings
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Biometric Screenings coming to CU campuses Feb. 19-April 3

Gather crucial information about your health – and get early signals that could save the day – at campus Biometric Screenings. CU Health Plan members can...
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CU Boulder breaks ground on $57 million music building expansion

CU Boulder breaks ground on $57 million music building expansion

CU Boulder broke ground today on a $57 million expansion of the Imig Music building that will enhance the College of Music’s standing as a national leader as...
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Creating brain awareness in eastern Colorado

Creating brain awareness in eastern Colorado

Students from eastern Colorado will have a chance to learn more about the brain and how it functions, thanks to a University of Colorado Boulder neuroscience...
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113 nursing students receive their White Coats in inaugural ceremony

113 nursing students receive their White Coats in inaugural ceremony

Nursing students in the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences took their oath to patient care and were “cloaked” by the...
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‘Lynx’ population on rise

‘Lynx’ population on rise

Whether it’s the lure of the Lynx or the magic of the Mile High City, new students are sensing the attraction of the University of Colorado Denver and applying...
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Anschutz Health Sciences Building heralded as ‘next phase of our future’

Anschutz Health Sciences Building heralded as ‘next phase of our future’

Campus and The Anschutz Foundation leaders, shovels in hand, on Wednesday turned ground on which the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus takes...
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Down for 45 minutes: a story of strength, survival and care

Down for 45 minutes: a story of strength, survival and care

Please excuse Kelsey McNeill if she cries during a short home video of her husband, Brian, playing the drums while their 4-year-old daughter shimmies to the...
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Is your business prepared for the future?

Is your business prepared for the future?

Remarkably health-conscious, radically inclusive, highly entrepreneurial and competitive. These are just a few of the buzzwords floating around when it comes...
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Faculty Council takes stock of presidential attributes
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Faculty Council hears update on progress of presidential search

The co-chairs of the Presidential Search Committee said they hope that CU’s next president will be named by mid- to late April, they told Faculty Council...
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Title IV
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CU submits comments, questions on proposed Title IX regulations

The University of Colorado on Wednesday submitted questions and comment to the Office of Civil Rights that asked for clarification and provided comment on the...
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Watch your mailbox: Important tax documents coming soon
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Watch your mailbox: Important tax documents coming soon

Tax season is approaching, which means important tax forms are, or will soon be, on their way to CU employees’ mailboxes. See when Forms W-2, 1042-S and 1095-C...

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