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Agnessa Vartanova named associate vice president of Internal Audit for University of Colorado

Vartanova Note: An earlier version of this story included an incorrect title. The correct title is associate vice president of Internal Audit. The University...
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Lawmakers won’t take up budget, higher ed legislation until February
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Lawmakers won’t take up budget, higher ed legislation until February

State lawmakers will convene at the Capitol for the 2021 legislative session on Wednesday, but only briefly. The business of the Legislature – including...
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Policy changes to Tuition Assistance Benefit approved
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Policy changes to Tuition Assistance Benefit approved; spring applications now open

Looking to go back to school? University of Colorado Tuition Assistance applications are now open; apply by Feb. 3 for the Spring 2021 semester. (Note: The...
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Regents announce slate of 2021 honorees

The University of Colorado Board of Regents has announced its selection of this year’s recipients of Honorary Degrees, Distinguished Service Awards and...
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Boettcher Investigator application deadline nears
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Boettcher Early Career Investigator Application 2021 deadline nears

Applications for the 2021 Boettcher Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program will be due to the campus grants offices according to the following campus-...
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‘Onward’: Impact report highlights giving to CU as a force of good
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‘Onward’: Impact report highlights giving to CU as a force of good

The CU system Office of Advancement is proud to share its annual Impact Report to Donors . Each year, the online report features financials information and...
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Chancellor DiStefano tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms

Chancellor DiStefano tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms

CU Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano is in isolation at home after testing positive today for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. His daughter also...
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Whether it’s 2020 or Baby Shark: Study offers clues on how to stop thinking about it

Whether it’s 2020 or Baby Shark: Study offers clues on how to stop thinking about it

Let it go.” “Think about something else.” “Clear your head.” In our attempts to de-clutter our busy minds and make room for new, often more productive thoughts...
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7 Questions with Jay Coakley, author of ‘Sports in Society: Issues and Controversies’

7 Questions with Jay Coakley, author of ‘Sports in Society: Issues and Controversies’

Jay Coakley, professor emeritus of sociology and executive director of the Center for Critical Sport Studies at UCCS, writes, researches and teaches on the...
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Weed-chomping animals in lab coats? Weaver’s goats assist in urban farm research

Weed-chomping animals in lab coats? Weaver’s goats assist in urban farm research

At the time Weaver, PhD, a senior instructor in CU Denver’s Department of Geography & Environmental Sciences, was conducting research on urban farms for...
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COVID-19 and public health: Modeling, silver linings and ‘Colorado’s Dr. Fauci’

COVID-19 and public health: Modeling, silver linings and ‘Colorado’s Dr. Fauci’

When the pandemic struck last winter, it upended our lives in ways few could have imagined. Many of us work from home now, our kids go to school online, we...
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Pediatrician develops tool to improve care for children with severe neurological impairments

Pediatrician develops tool to improve care for children with severe neurological impairments

Imagine if you will that you are the parent of a child with a severe neurological disorder. Your child is nonverbal, depends on medical technology, requires a...