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UPDATE: Business, nonprofit, chamber of commerce leaders provide input for regents

CU can expand the use of internships, make better connections with businesses and play a key role in Colorado’s emerging economic clusters, a panel told the CU...
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UPDATE: Regents make slight changes to draft of ‘Abilities and Attributes of a CU Graduate’ document

Regents made slight refinements to a draft list of the desired attributes and abilities of a CU graduate, which will serve as a guidepost for further...
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Grant will enhance early childhood mental health

Infants and small children in Colorado and New Mexico — particularly those in underserved and at-risk demographics — will benefit from better access to care,...
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Welcome to CU Connections

CU Connections has been redesigned to provide a cleaner look and enable commenting on individual stories.
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Office of Policy and Efficiency announces seven policy changes

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to seven administrative policy statements (APS) from the areas of academic affairs,...
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Regents retreat to mountains for wide-ranging discussion

The board will focus its summer retreat on the attributes of a CU graduate, the work force needs of business and community leaders, and long-term budget...
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Free online storage might come with a price

The Office of Information Security reminds CU employees that storing sensitive information on a third-party providers’ service should be avoided.
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Five questions for Jan Rutherford

At the age of 17, Jan Rutherford enlisted in the U.S. Army. He served as a Special Forces (Green Beret) medic and executive officer, and then as a military...
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Optical biopsy shines light on prostate cancer

How many angels can dance on the head of a pin? If the pin is a biopsy needle in the lab of Priya Werahera, Ph.D., the answer is nine: eight fiber-optic...
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CU celebrates best year ever for private support

More than 1,800 areas at the University of Colorado received more than $213.2 million in private support this past year — the largest total in CU history,...
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How the School of Education went green – and saved money at the same time

Get Green is an incentive program designed by a dedicated mix of staff and faculty at CU Denver’s School of Education and Human Development who are determined...
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McKinney to lead advocacy efforts for CU system

She will oversee CU's state and national efforts to build a network to convey the university's educational, research and economic contributions to Colorado and...
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Lexmark pledges $250,000 for engineering scholarship endowment

Paul J. Curlander Lexmark International has pledged $250,000 to endow a scholarship fund for CU-Boulder engineering students, and to honor the career of Paul J...
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West entrance sign formally dedicated

Photo by Tom Hutton The final touches for a 54-foot-by-13-foot concrete sign that signifies the west entrance to UCCS are complete. Bushes planted as part of...
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Details on impact of efficiency legislation coming soon

The newest installment of higher education efficiency legislation was signed into law last month and will take effect Aug. 10. But the implementation of...
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Gift establishes endowed chair in finance at Leeds School of Business

The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder has announced that alumnus Richard “Dick” M. Burridge Sr. (’51 finance) has made a $2.5...