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Stay-at-home orders in effect for Boulder, Denver, Aurora areas
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Stay-at-home orders in effect for Boulder, Denver, Aurora areas

UPDATE: Gov. Jared Polis late Wednesday issued a stay-at-home order for the state through April 11. Members of the CU community continue to respond to and...
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President Kennedy announces delays, pauses for key initiatives
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President Kennedy announces delays, pauses for key initiatives

The ripple effects from COVID-19 are causing delays in some of the major systemwide initiatives that have been underway for several months at CU, including the...
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Staff Council answers call for feedback on Speaker of the House’s proposal
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Staff Council answers call for feedback on Speaker of the House’s proposal

After compiling comments from University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) and individual campus council members, UCSC council chair Ryan Untisz late last month...
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CU names finalists for Denver campus chancellor

Meet the finalists for CU Denver’s chancellor

CU President Mark Kennedy is one step closer to naming CU Denver’s next chancellor. The two finalists in the search, Keith Whitfield, PhD, and Michelle Marks,...
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PRSSA students urge peers to #FlattenTheCurve

PRSSA students urge peers to #FlattenTheCurve

In response to COVID-19, CU Boulder will conduct classes remotely throughout the duration of the spring 2020 semester. These resources will help you learn and...
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Plati-'tudes: Looking back at other times the world stopped CU sports

Plati-'tudes: Looking back at other times the world stopped CU sports

We’re experiencing a time practically like no other … Associate AD David Plati looks back at CU’s history when sports became secondary.
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Alumni Profile: Christine Izuakor ’16 is forging a future in security

Alumni Profile: Christine Izuakor ’16 is forging a future in security

A record-breaker and trendsetter in her own right, Christine Izuakor, Ph.D. ’16, enjoys shattering expectations while setting and meeting her own definition of...
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U.S. News & World Report ranks CU Denver’s grad programs

U.S. News & World Report ranks CU Denver’s grad programs

Congrats! The University of Colorado Denver’s graduate programs earned over a dozen rankings in the newly released 2021 Best Graduate Programs compiled by U.S...
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In COVID-19 Battle, CU Anschutz Team Teaching Old Drugs New Tricks

In COVID-19 battle, CU Anschutz team teaching old drugs new tricks

As scientists around the world scramble against the COVID-19 clock, searching for a vaccine that could stop the viral infection before it happens, a trio of...
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CU Anschutz is the new epicenter of Down syndrome research in the nation

CU Anschutz is the new epicenter of Down syndrome research in the nation

Dr. Joaquin Espinosa, PhD is a busy guy. He’s the executive director of the Linda Crnic Institute for Down syndrome, professor of pharmacology in the CU School...
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Coronavirus pandemic prompts commencement cancellations
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Coronavirus pandemic prompts commencement cancellations

The public health crisis brought about by the spread of COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, continues to present ramifications across the University of Colorado...
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CU names finalists for Denver campus chancellor

CU names finalists for Denver campus chancellor

University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy today named two finalists for the position of chancellor of the CU Denver campus. They are Michelle Marks, vice...
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Christopher Bell
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CU Faculty Voices: The time has come to stop supporting for-profit journals

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of commentaries by CU faculty, presented by the Faculty Council Communications Committee and CU Connections. Learn more...
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Harness the potential of LinkedIn Learning at online link-ups
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Harness the potential of LinkedIn Learning at online link-ups

In a rapidly changing world, the University of Colorado wants to prepare employees for the path ahead. That’s why the university offers no-cost access to...
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State budget with boost for CU advances at Capitol
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Uncertainty looms over state budget, higher ed funding

In an unprecedented move during unprecedented times, the Colorado state Capitol Democratic and Republican legislators voted to recess the 2020 legislative...
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o	Brainwaves: Video games and the serious business, art behind esports

Brainwaves: Video games and the serious business, art behind esports

Over a quarter of the world’s population is playing video games. What’s the big deal? And where do they go from here?
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Tips and tricks for working remotely

Tips and tricks for working remotely

As the world navigates challenges presented by the spread of COVID-19, many faculty and staff members will begin working remotely on Mar. 16 to help prevent...
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The economic risk of coronavirus

The economic risk of coronavirus

While most people are primarily concerned with how the coronavirus will affect health—locally, nationally, and globally—others are considering the economic...
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CU School of Medicine in the U.S. News and World Report Rankings

CU School of Medicine in the U.S. News and World Report rankings

The University of Colorado School of Medicine is listed No. 9 on the primary care rankings of medical schools and No. 31 on the research rankings released...
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CU leadership announces further steps in coronavirus response
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CU leadership announces further steps in coronavirus response

As the spread of coronavirus continues throughout the state, nation and world, University of Colorado leaders are announcing further steps in response. The...
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Strategic planning goals: ‘aspirational and achievable’
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Strategic planning goals: ‘aspirational and achievable’

CU’s strategic planning process continues to move forward, with leaders compiling a list of metrics that could eventually be employed to measure progress...
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CU OER Awards winner Brad Hinson of CU Denver with CU OER steering committee chair Deb Keyek-Franssen, left, and committee member Ellen Metter.
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CU’s open education champions attract funding, awards

CU OER Awards winner Brad Hinson of CU Denver with CU OER steering committee chair Deb Keyek-Franssen, left, and committee member Ellen Metter. The University...
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New musical tells Voyager space story through ’70s and ’80s song

New musical tells Voyager space story through ’70s and ’80s song

The wonders of the universe—now set to disco music and 1980s rock ballads. This week, the Fiske Planetarium at CU Boulder and the touring company Matheatre...
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‘Through a Glass Darkly’ returns to UCCS for sixth year March 20-26

‘Through a Glass Darkly’ returns to UCCS for sixth year March 20-26

The study of humankind’s fascination with the apocalyptic worldview is a vast field, and has increased in interest over the last three decades with the...
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Takeaways from Black Education Impact Conference 2020

Takeaways from Black Education Impact Conference 2020

CU Denver hosted 62 youth and 20 adults on February 21 for the 2020 Black Education Impact Conference. High schoolers participated in career workshops and...

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