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Five questions for Lisa Landis

Sometimes it takes a lot of effort and a little "magic" to make things happen, whether it's tackling the complex issues of a university or a world far away.
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CU-Boulder announces finalists for Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy

The committee has sought a "highly visible" scholar who is "deeply engaged in either the analytical scholarship or practice of conservative thinking and...
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Guest opinion: Grade inflation? Or hard-earned results?

Critics shouldn't be surprised when students earn high grades, writes Joanne Belknap, sociology professor at CU-Boulder, in this guest column.
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East 17th Place bridge opens at Anschutz Medical Campus

Rep. Ed Perlmutter talks about the partnerships that led to the completion of the interchange at East 17th Place and Interstate 225 on the east side of the...
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Health and Welfare Trust chooses new medical benefits administrator

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to handle administrative services for the CU Health Plan effective July 1.
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Professor views project as way to open doors to housekeepers

Assistant professor Andres Lema-Hincapie, center, with custodians Aurelio Barranca-Osorio and Angelica Reaves. Andres Lema-Hincapie's work in the Department of...
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Colorado Department of Education awards $290,000 to support English language learners

The Colorado Department of Higher Education recently awarded $290,000 in federal funding to UCCS to support work with Harrison School District 2 and Colorado...
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Southwest regional warming likely cause of pinyon pine cone decline, says CU study

A decline in the reproduction of pinyon pine trees in the Southwest in recent decades could affect a number of different bird and mammal species, including the...
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Donors thanked for their transformative contributions

Special honoree Donald Bennallack is welcomed to the stage by CU Foundation Chair Carl "Spike" Eklund. Stories of life-changing university research, and the...
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How does inclusion work? Conference will seek answers

How does inclusion work? What fosters an inclusive dynamic? What are dynamic approaches to broadening inclusive practices in your community, school, culture or...
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Risk Management offers informative overview

Have you ever wondered what University Risk Management (URM) does? Do you only call if you have a claim or an injury? URM does more than just insurance. URM...
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Expert on workplace bullying set for Boulder workshops, lecture

Keashly Professor Loraleigh Keashly will visit the CU-Boulder campus to present two bystander training workshops on workplace bullying, as well as a session at...
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Magic, motorcycles and more get mashed up in series of talks

It’s magic and motorcycles – and topics in between – as the Galleries of Contemporary Art (GOCA) at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs host ChitChat,...
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Call for research proposals: President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative

Faculty from all disciplines are invited to become investigators in the CU President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC), now beginning its eighth...
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Leadership program offered for early childhood educators

CU Denver’s School of Education and Human Development has joined the Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation and the Institute at Clayton Early Learning to offer an...