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Faculty Council LGBTQ+ Committee presents virtual film screening Friday
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Faculty Council LGBTQ+ Committee presents virtual film screening Friday

The CU Faculty Council’s LGBTQ+ Committee is presenting Queer Night at the Movies, a virtual film screening. Join us at 7 p.m. Friday, May 8, to watch “...
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CU Boulder summer camps move online

CU Boulder summer camps move online

Two months ago, CU Boulder faculty and staff members were putting the finishing touches on summer camps that serve K-12 students around Colorado and beyond.
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UCCS BioFrontiers Center teams up with El Paso County to 3D print protective gear

UCCS BioFrontiers Center teams up with El Paso County to 3D print protective gear

As much of the country adheres to safer-at-home orders, things haven’t slowed down much for essential employees working for El Paso County’s Department of...
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Chancellor Marks

Looking ahead with CU Denver’s incoming chancellor

Times remain uncertain in the era of COVID-19, but Michelle Marks looks forward to the day she can relocate from Virginia to downtown Denver and immerse...
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Watch town hall on COVID-19 financial impact to campus

Watch town hall on COVID-19 financial impact to campus

On April 28, CU Denver leaders participated in a Zoom town hall regarding the financial impacts of COVID-19 on our campus. Chancellor Dorothy Horrell, along...
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COVID-19 prompts CCTSI to launch new pilot award program, support four innovative projects

COVID-19 prompts CCTSI to launch new pilot award program, support four innovative projects

Few would describe the pace of academic medical research as swift. Yet last month, the CCTSI disrupted its own processes and timelines by issuing a new rapid-...
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CU to substantially ramp up online education efforts
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CU to substantially ramp up online education efforts

CU is taking steps to bolster its online presence and offerings as the months-long project to evaluate capabilities and gauge opportunities transitions from...
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Board of Regents Meeting
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CU leaders consider range of revenue disruptions

CU leaders are in the midst of much careful planning, but many unknowns remain. President Kennedy addresses the Board of Regents during Wednesday's Zoom...
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CU On the Air Podcast

CU on the Air podcast: President Kennedy’s coronavirus updates

CU President Mark Kennedy sat down this week with CU on the Air host Ken McConnellogue to provide updates to the CU community. How CU is rallying remotely CU’s...
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Open Enrollment 2020
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Open Enrollment: Wake up on the right side of the bed with Sleepio

This Open Enrollment , the University of Colorado is introducing Sleepio , a wellness program dedicated to developing healthier sleep habits and improving...
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Coronavirus drifts through the air in microscopic droplets—here’s the science of infectious aerosols

Coronavirus drifts through the air in microscopic droplets—here’s the science of infectious aerosols

When aerosols from an infected person float around in our environment, they may be a significant source of coronavirus transmission. Professor Shelly Miller...
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Why are we acting like wolves at night?

Why are we acting like wolves at night?

round the world, people are collectively making noise while social distancing. In Colorado, we're howling like wolves. Joanna Lambert, a professor in the...
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Virtual Town Hall answers COVID-19 questions from campus community

Virtual Town Hall answers COVID-19 questions from campus community

Chancellor Reddy and members of his Cabinet addressed faculty, staff and students at an Apr. 23 virtual Town Hall, the first that UCCS has held since it moved...
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School of Education and Human Development uses resources to support communities

School of Education and Human Development uses resources to support communities

The School of Education & Human Development faculty is responding to the disruption created by COVID-19 by finding creative ways to help students continue...
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Experts: Our mental strength depends on us all reaching out to each other

Experts: Our mental strength depends on us all reaching out to each other

Colorado is no stranger to disaster, with its devastating floods and record mass shootings. But living through the COVID-19 pandemic, an invisible threat with...
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Multiple COVID-19 clinical trials underway at CU Anschutz

Multiple COVID-19 clinical trials underway at CU Anschutz

Doctors and nurses—many of whom are also researchers—are working around the clock at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) to treat patients who are...
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Budget questions remain in coming weeks
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As leadership takes pay cuts, budget questions remain

In a communication to the CU community on Wednesday, President Mark Kennedy announced pay cuts for himself and other university leaders. The university is...
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Staff Council focused on pandemic’s effect on jobs
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Staff Council focused on pandemic’s effect on jobs

With the university facing challenges because of COVID-19 and an uncertain financial future, the University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) on April 16...
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CU Faculty Voices: CU system libraries support open access
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CU Faculty Voices: CU system libraries support open access

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of commentaries by CU faculty, presented by the Faculty Council Communications Committee and CU Connections. Learn more...
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Open Enrollment 2020
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Open Enrollment: What Anthem’s pharmacy change means for you

CVS Caremark will manage pharmacy benefits for select CU Health Plans for the coming plan year, beginning July 1. It’s the biggest change this Open Enrollment...
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As CU Plans For Next Fiscal Year, AD George's Top Priority Still Student-Athletes

As CU plans for next fiscal year, AD George’s top priority still student-athletes

While the college sports world has been turned upside down — and no one knows when things might return to anything resembling even a "new normal" — one thing...
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Plati-'tudes: Jack Swigert’s CU career remembered (Yes, that Jack Swigert)

Plati-'tudes: Jack Swigert’s CU career remembered (Yes, that Jack Swigert)

Week four of "sheltering at home." Since no one knows how long this will last and when we can return to work in earnest, there will be 13 of these 'Tudes...
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UCCS launches virtual tours

UCCS launches virtual tours

Prospective students complying with stay at home orders across the nation will have a new way to get an up-close look at the UCCS campus after a virtual tour...
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College of Arts and Media makes masks, music and movies

College of Arts and Media makes masks, music and movies

3D-Graphics & Animation Professor Howard Cook is using his personal 3D printer to join the fight against COVID-19. When he heard about the need for medical...
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Mind the Brain: New series considers mental health in the time of COVID-19

Mind the Brain: New series considers mental health in the time of COVID-19

Resilience — what is it and how to boost it — has become a recent focus of numerous medical talk shows, blogs, books and electronic apps. Surveys to calculate...

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