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Colorado Springs economy expected to continue outpacing nation

Colorado Springs economy expected to continue outpacing nation

The strength of the local Colorado Springs economy and the diversified growth of the state economy were among the top highlights from the 22nd UCCS Economic...
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Underground drones could save lives

Underground drones could save lives

When disaster strikes, we rely on first-responders to save us. But what if the disaster site is too dangerous for anyone to enter? What happens to the victims?
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University of Colorado Cancer Center Director Richard Schulick speaks at town hall

University of Colorado Cancer Center Director Richard Schulick speaks at town hall

This morning, Richard Schulick, MD, MBA, addressed University of Colorado Cancer Center faculty, staff, leaders, providers, and administrators in a town hall-...
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Scot Chadwick is CU South Denver’s new vice chancellor

Scot Chadwick is CU South Denver’s new vice chancellor

Scot Chadwick is the new vice chancellor of enterprise development at the University of Colorado South Denver. He was appointed by CU Denver Chancellor Dorothy...
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Faculty Council takes stock of presidential attributes
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Faculty Council takes stock of presidential attributes

The Faculty Council continues to articulate what its members would like to see exemplified in the next president of the University of Colorado. At the...
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Staff Inclusive Excellence Committee aims to inspire action
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Staff Inclusive Excellence Committee aims to inspire action

Developing future leaders who reflect the communities they serve is the goal of the newly created University of Colorado Denver|Anschutz Staff Inclusive...
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Revisions to policy on sexual misconduct, intimate partner abuse and stalking took effect Oct. 1
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Revisions to policy on sexual misconduct, intimate partner abuse and stalking took effect Oct. 1

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced revisions to APS5014-Sexual Misconduct, Intimate Partner Abuse and Stalking (formerly, APS5014-Sexual...
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CU earns industry accolades for marketing, advertising campaign
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CU earns industry accolades for marketing, advertising campaign

The University of Colorado system recently earned marketing and advertising industry accolades for its successful All Four campaign. CU’s All Four:One campaign...
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Employee portal personalization now live
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Employee portal personalization now live

The CU Resources area of the employee portal now allows you to personalize your home page. The current default CU Resources home page includes tiles such as...
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Take your finances to the next level with TIAA’s Digital Challenge
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Take your finances to the next level with TIAA’s Digital Challenge

There’s more to going digital than checking your balances. From Friday through Oct. 19, Employee Services and TIAA are partnering to bring TIAA’s Digital...
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What bonds are made of: Neuroscientist awarded $1.5 million to study attachment, grief

What bonds are made of: Neuroscientist awarded $1.5 million to study attachment, grief

Almost everyone will experience the loss of a loved one at some point, whether it’s the breakup of a romantic relationship or the death of a close friend or...
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Ride-hailing increases vehicle miles traveled

Ride-hailing increases vehicle miles traveled

CU Denver researcher gets behind the wheel to collect and analyze elusive data showing that Uber and Lyft put more car miles on the road
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Mental illness: Using innovation to recognize and reach those in need

Mental illness: Using innovation to recognize and reach those in need

Mental health is a growing concern on campus and throughout our communities in Colorado and across the country.
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Professional development session to spotlight creativity in the workplace
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Professional development session to spotlight creativity in the workplace

What’s the leading quality that top leaders look for in job candidates: An entrepreneurial spirit? Stewardship? Adaptability? Grit? Despite what you may have...
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Sarah Krakoff
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Colorado Law’s Krakoff receives Chase Faculty Community Service Award

Sarah Krakoff A nationally recognized scholar in American Indian law and natural resources law, the University of Colorado’s Sarah Krakoff, J.D., is the...
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Regents set presidential search town halls
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Regents set presidential search town halls

The University of Colorado Board of Regents will hold a series of town hall meetings to gather insight and feedback from members of the university community...
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CU Faculty Voices
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Faculty invited to contribute to new CU Connections commentaries

The Faculty Council Communication Committee and CU Connections are teaming to launch a new forum for conversation across the four CU campuses: CU Faculty...
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Staff Council takes on slate of topics
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Staff Council takes on slate of topics

During their first meeting of the academic year, University of Colorado Staff Council members heard updates on a variety of issues, including the search for...
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Regent Coverage

Changes to Regent Articles 1, 5, 7, 9 and related policies approved; obsolete discrimination policies eliminated

The Board of Regents adopted a new law and policy on freedom of expression, revised the law and policy relating to ethical conduct of the university community...
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flu shot
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Flu vaccine available in October on CU campuses

The least wonderful time of year is here – flu season. OK, OK, there’s a lot to love about the fall and we all can delight in seeing the turning leaves. But to...
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MAVEN selfie marks four years in orbit at Mars

MAVEN selfie marks four years in orbit at Mars

Today, NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft celebrates four years in orbit studying the upper atmosphere of the Red Planet and how...
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Election
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Election-year reminder: There are do’s and don’ts of campaign activity

As the Nov. 6 Election Day approaches, the University of Colorado reminds employees of guidelines regarding political campaign-related activity and expression...
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Q&A: Johnson on workplace bias

Q&A: Johnson on workplace bias

Stefanie Johnson, an associate professor of management in CU’s Leeds School of Business, studies unconscious bias in leadership. Here she discusses strategies...
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Reddy: ‘Great things are in store for this campus’

Reddy: ‘Great things are in store for this campus’

Chancellor Venkat Reddy highlighted the success of the university’s enrollment and economic impact, the ongoing projects and initiatives, and the challenges...
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Economics faculty edit prestigious Oxford Handbook

Economics faculty edit prestigious Oxford Handbook

How do women fare in the labor market in developing countries? How do hormones affect risk taking? How does fertility affect women’s workforce participation?...

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