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Five questions for Ted Randolph

“Grad school was so much fun, doing research and discovering things and learning what no one had known before. It was so fascinating that I came as close as I...
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Three regents races on November ballot

Because incumbents James Geddes, R-Sedalia, and Joe Neguse, D-Broomfield, are not running for re-election, the board will welcome at least two new members in...
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Biomedical research lands CU-Boulder’s Palmer coveted award for $3.7 million NIH grant to fuel ‘high-risk, high-reward science’

Only 10 researchers nationwide were awarded NIH Pioneer Awards in 2014. The Pioneer Award challenges investigators to develop groundbreaking approaches that...
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Fundraising boosts third edition of GLBTI Symposium

Highly successful fundraising has given a boost to the third annual GLBTI Faculty Council Symposium, which is well on its way to reaching capacity for...
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Formation of search committee precedes search for CU Denver chancellor

CU President Bruce Benson later this month plans to launch a national search for a permanent, full-time chancellor of CU Denver, a process that includes the...
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Stein Sture to retire as CU-Boulder’s vice chancellor for research

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell Moore announced Wednesday that Stein Sture will retire in June 2015 after 35 years of service to the campus,...
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Philanthropy at Work: Carol Hammond

Hammond says that fighting cancer is a passion because of the ubiquitous nature of the disease. Many of her friends are cancer survivors. In addition to her...
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Election season brings reminder of guidelines on campaign activity

A variety of state and federal laws and regulations govern political expression and conduct in the university workplace.
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Higher education funding discussion draws crowd in Colorado Springs

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak answers a question during a CDHE-sponsored meeting Oct. 9. Facilitator Brenda Morrison is in the background. A standing-room-...
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State leaders discuss prescription drug abuse epidemic

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers The growing threat of prescription drug addiction and the best ways to confront the epidemic was the focus of a daylong...
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MAVEN spacecraft’s first look at Mars holds surprises, says CU-Boulder mission leader

NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft has provided scientists their first look at a storm of energetic solar particles at Mars and produced unprecedented ultraviolet images...
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Gala raises over $170,000 for combat veterans at CU Denver, CU Anschutz

Army veterans who are now students at CU Denver and CU Anschutz enjoy dinner with their wives at the "Combat to Classroom" gala at The Liniger Building at CU...
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University Libraries launches open-access repository

University of Colorado Boulder Libraries is celebrating the launch of the open access repository CU Scholar, housed online at scholar.colorado.edu . This new...
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Stories of Survival examines interpersonal violence

Breaking Silence: Stories of Survival, an interactive exhibit that allows individual participants to hear the voices of those who have been affected by...
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Fall Financial Expos coming to campuses starting Monday

Online registration for Employee Services’ 2014 Fall Financial Expos has closed, but faculty and staff may still register the day of each event by visiting the...