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CU community members come together for special museum events
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CU community members come together for special museum events

Hundreds of members of the University of Colorado community recently gathered for two long-awaited events at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science,...
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Tuition Assistance Benefit application period for fall 2022 now open

Education is an opportunity for personal and professional growth for everyone, which is why the University of Colorado offers the Tuition Assistance Benefit (...
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All employees must certify leave balances starting Aug. 8

Each year, per Board of Regents Policy 11-E, the University of Colorado requires all employees to verify the accuracy of their sick and vacation leave in the...
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Intestinal parasites found in Mississippi children ‘embody’ inequality

No one chooses to be born poor. Yet study after study shows that the effects of growing up in poverty linger over the course of a lifetime — negatively...
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Urban and Regional Planning alum brings wayfinding and public art to Meow Wolf Denver site

Students in the Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) program who aim to pursue a career as a professional planner take the Planning Capstone, a six-...
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CU Anschutz researchers harness power of largest patient-privacy-limited dataset in U.S. history

Melissa Haendel, PhD, professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and her team of data...
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Regents pass resolutions honoring outstanding CU leaders
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Regents receive strategic plan progress update

The CU Board of Regents last week received the first full academic year-end reporting look at progress toward meeting goals detailed in the system strategic...
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Once rivals, now partners
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Once rivals, now partners

Regents Lesley Smith and Ken Montera competed against each other for the statewide at-large seat on CU’s Board of Regents during the 2018 election, but now...
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‘You ain’t seen nothing yet’: New space telescope gives first glimpses of universe

‘You ain’t seen nothing yet’: New space telescope gives first glimpses of universe

This week, NASA released the first images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope—an instrument that launched in December 2021 and carries the largest mirror...
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Amazon employees can now earn degrees at UCCS for free

UCCS has been selected as an education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program, which offers full tuition support for hourly Amazon employees who are...
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Five takeaways from Chancellor Marks’ conversation with the Mandela Washington Fellowship Leaders

On July 8, Chancellor Michelle Marks joined 23 bright leaders from Africa for a Q&A-style conversation about leadership, higher education, and...
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Department of Biomedical Informatics launches to advance patient care using data-driven discovery

The DBMI will be the first new department within the CU School of Medicine since the Department of Emergency Medicine was established in 2008.
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CU Denver's Learning Assistant Program celebrates 10th anniversary

CU Denver’s Learning Assistant Program celebrates 10th anniversary

This spring, the CU Denver Learning Assistant (LA) Program celebrated its 10th Anniversary of supporting STEM student success. The LA Program was started in...
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Panelists share tips for preventing, coping with gun violence

The motives and responses for gun violence are numerous and complex, but there are reasons to be hopeful, panelists said in a June 28 webinar moderated by CU...
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UCCS works to close cybersecurity workforce gaps

UCCS has developed ideas and concepts to help young people consider cybersecurity as a future career option — and the university has already put a number into...
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NOAA and CU Boulder expand research partnership

NOAA has selected CIRES at the University of Colorado Boulder to host a cooperative institute focused on Earth system research and data science. The new...
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Register now for COLTT Conference, returning to CU Boulder in August
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Register now for COLTT Conference, returning to CU Boulder in August

Spaces are still available to register for the 25th Annual COLTT Conference, in person Aug. 3-4 at the Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences Building on the CU...
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Colorado’s quantum revolution

Colorado’s quantum revolution

In the 17th Century, a Dutch merchant named Antony van Leeuwenhoek began experimenting with making new microscope lenses and, in the process, plunged humanity...
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Board of Regents approves three new departments

In their June 23, 2022 regular session, the University of Colorado Board of Regents approved three new departments within UCCS’ School of Public Affairs. The...
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A family affair: A special blessing at Centennial House on Ninth Street

Saturday, June 18 was a day of honor and remembrance on the Auraria Campus. CU Regent, alum, and Chief of External Initiatives Nolbert Chavez arranged and...
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Pride and connection: LGBTQ+ Hub debuts to unite and serve CU Anschutz community

After years of disconnection and pandemic-induced isolation, the clouds literally parted for the opening of the CU Anschutz LGBTQ+ Hub, the university’s first-...
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CU community to join in Denver Pride celebration
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CU community to join in Denver Pride celebration

The CU system continues this year as a proud sponsor of Denver Pride , an annual celebration of the LGBTQ+ community set for this weekend. CU is excited to...
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Explore higher ed trends, technology at ‘Propelling CU’s Mission Today and Tomorrow’
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Explore higher ed trends, technology at ‘Propelling CU’s Mission Today and Tomorrow’

The University of Colorado invites you to a new annual event exploring higher education trends with Gartner Research. “Propelling CU’s Mission Today and...
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CU Boulder, CU Anschutz faculty to discuss gun violence in June 28 webinar

Faculty experts from the CU Boulder and the CU Anschutz Medical campuses will join together from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in a June 28 webinar via Zoom moderated by CU...
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Inspired by palm trees, scientists develop hurricane-resilient wind turbines

Wind technology is growing—literally. Today’s offshore wind turbines can tower more than 490 feet above ground, their spinning blades churning out up to 8...

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