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Regents hear progress report on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts
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Regents hear progress report on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

Current and future efforts to address issues of diversity, equity and inclusion within the University of Colorado community are broad and deep, CU leadership...
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Transformation and Innovation Program: Who’s who, Jay
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Transformation and Innovation Program: Who’s who

With CU’s Transformation and Innovation Program (TIP), the four campuses and system administration are collaborating to better position the CU system to...
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Tuition Assistance Benefit applications now open
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Tuition Assistance Benefit applications now open

As the University of Colorado’s 2020-21 academic year approaches, it’s time to apply for the Tuition Assistance Benefit (TAB) for undergraduate and graduate...
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CU records second-best fundraising year

The generosity of University of Colorado donors resulted in the second-best fundraising year in university history. CU raised some $455 million across its four...
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CU Boulder launches Protect Our Herd public health awareness campaign

CU Boulder launches Protect Our Herd public health awareness campaign

With students, faculty and staff preparing to return to campus this fall and some already on campus, CU Boulder is launching a public health awareness and...
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Faculty Assembly to prioritize safety, equitable teaching evaluations for 2020-21 academic year

Faculty Assembly to prioritize safety, equitable teaching evaluations for 2020-21 academic year

With a new academic year comes a change in leadership for Faculty Assembly, the official voice of UCCS faculty in shared governance.
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What will class look like this fall?

What will class look like this fall?

For students and faculty, all classes will be considerably different this fall semester. First-time and returning students will encounter new class formats...
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Liquid chalk proven in CU labs to kill coronavirus, potentially helping gyms to safely reopen

Liquid chalk proven in CU labs to kill coronavirus, potentially helping gyms to safely reopen

The COVID-19 pandemic had Ross Kedl literally climbing the walls. In his home, the immunology professor has a rock wall in the basement that beckons whenever...
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Virtual panel highlights how CU Cancer Center is redefining cancer care in Colorado and beyond

Virtual panel highlights how CU Cancer Center is redefining cancer care in Colorado and beyond

On July 23rd, Richard Schulick, MD, MBA, director of the University of Colorado (CU) Cancer Center, Cathy Bradley, PhD, deputy director of the CU Cancer Center...