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Kennedy visits CU campuses
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President Kennedy hits ground running at four campuses

CU Boulder's LASP National Cybersecurity Center at UCCS President Mark Kennedy spent his first day on the job visiting the four University of Colorado campuses...
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Two CU Boulder educators join ranks of President’s Teaching Scholars
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Two CU Boulder educators join ranks of President’s Teaching Scholars

Two University of Colorado faculty members have been named President’s Teaching Scholars, who are recognized for expertly performing teaching and research work...
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Heritage Society recognizes planned gift donors, honors President Benson’s retirement

Heritage Society recognizes planned gift donors, honors President Benson’s retirement

On their last day as President and First Lady of the University of Colorado, Bruce and Marcy Benson celebrated members of the CU Heritage Society at its annual...
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Policy on workplace bullying now in effect
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Policy on workplace bullying now in effect

A workplace bullying policy that governance groups called for in recent years has been adopted by university administration. The approval of APS5059-Workplace...
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Changes to four policies now in effect
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Three systemwide policy changes took effect July 1

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to three administrative policy statements (one revision, two new) from the academic/research...
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Workshop to train professionals in gender-inclusive communication
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Workshop to train professionals in gender-inclusive communication

A new workshop being launched by faculty from CU Boulder and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus aims to address demand for voice and communication training for...
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LinkedIn Learning coming to CU in September
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LinkedIn Learning coming to CU in September

The online learning and professional development platform used by University of Colorado faculty and staff will upgrade in September when Lynda.com becomes...
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The air up there: CU team deploys multiple drones in tornado study

The air up there: CU team deploys multiple drones in tornado study

It’s a little after 6:30 p.m. when Aidan Sesnic calls a huddle for members of the CU Boulder TORUS team on the side of a lonely dirt road in rural Oklahoma...
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New season of Mini Law School addresses impact of law on daily life

New season of Mini Law School addresses impact of law on daily life

The University of Colorado Law School's popular Mini Law School will launch its eighth season this fall with a brand-new curriculum that addresses the ways in...
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Hybl Center construction

Photo feature: Hybl Center construction – June 2019

Structural steel continues to go up as crews from J.E. Dunn Construction make progress on the William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center. The...
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CU Denver is part of new initiative to advance teacher and principal preparation

CU Denver is part of new initiative to advance teacher and principal preparation

CU Denver is among only 15 organizations in the country to serve as a founding program partner of the Educator Preparation Laboratory (EdPrepLab), a new...
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Women in STEM symposium tackles tough issues

"Women in STEM" symposium tackles tough issues

After moving from Puerto Rico to the University of South Alabama for graduate school, Sonia Flores, PhD, encountered her share of biases. Recalling how she fit...
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FDA Sabbatical: Moving pharmaceuticals from marketing to risk management

FDA sabbatical: Moving pharmaceuticals from marketing to risk management

In 2018 alone, the Food and Drug Administration approved 120 or so new drugs for sale in the United States. The medications, which cleared clinical trials...