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Education school prepares future counselors to address diverse clients

Education school prepares future counselors to address diverse clients

Deeply exploring counseling clients’ worldviews, cultural identities, privilege and oppression plays a key role in helping them heal.
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The monetization of motivation

The monetization of motivation

The recent uptick in #MondayMotivation posts in social media feeds seems to pose many questions. Is it really just an inescapable fact that Mondays are a...
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Publication note: No CU Connections on Thanksgiving, Dec. 27, Jan. 3

CU Connections will not publish new issues on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 22), Dec. 27 and Jan. 3. Deadline for submissions for the Thursday, Nov. 29, issue is noon...
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Internal Audit-hosted event brings together compliance community
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Internal Audit-hosted event brings together compliance community

Among the University of Colorado’s guiding principles is the commitment to “promote and uphold the principles of ethics, integrity, transparency and...
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5 things to know about Colorado’s economy in 2019

5 things to know about Colorado’s economy in 2019

The latest version of the most comprehensive economic outlook for Colorado predicts the state will grow, but at a slower pace in 2019.
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Cutting back food stamps for immigrants likely to harm citizen children

Cutting back food stamps for immigrants likely to harm citizen children

Congress reached agreement on a final 2018 farm bill that jettisoned provisions in the House version that would expand work requirements for food stamp...
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UCCS recognized as a best place to work in El Paso County

UCCS recognized as a best place to work in El Paso County

UCCS improved to second among large organizations as one of the best places to work in El Paso County in The Gazette’s annual workplace rankings. The...
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CU Anschutz on forefront of reimagining health care

CU Anschutz on forefront of reimagining health care

Amid spiraling costs, complexity and inefficiencies, the health care industry has reached an inflection point. It’s ripe for massive disruption.
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Natural history comes to life for students statewide

Natural history comes to life for students statewide

If Jim Hakala had his way, every fourth-grader in Colorado would be able to hold a piece of ancient history.
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‘Chameleon’ tattoos change color, may help diagnose illness

‘Chameleon’ tattoos change color, may help diagnose illness

When a pair of tourists hiking the Alps stumbled across the frozen remains of the mummy Ötzi in 1991 they also, unknowingly, discovered the oldest known...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Ethnic and Minority Affairs

Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing CU Connections series in which the Faculty Council highlights each of its committees and their efforts. See past...
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Commencement Feature: Age is just a number

Commencement Feature: Age is just a number

Magdalena Kossek started taking classes at UCCS when she was only 13 years old. Now, at the age of 18, she will receive her bachelor’s degree in electrical...
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What has four legs, 125 strings and one dean’s heart?

What has four legs, 125 strings and one dean’s heart?

For the astute musician, it’s an extended hammered dulcimer. For the history buff: an instrument played by Gypsies on the streets of Hungary. For CU Denver’s...
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Rockin’ his way back from the brink

Rockin’ his way back from the brink

Pumping iron. Shredding guitar. Hiking the mountains. Working in information technology. For Shuvanzan “Shavvi” Dwa, the start of his 30s was a daily exercise...
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CEO of Crocs shares leadership lessons

CEO of Crocs shares leadership lessons

CEO of Crocs, Andrew Rees, inspired and empowered over 250 individuals last night during a fireside chat at CU South Denver with Lone Tree Mayor, Jackie Millet...
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2018 President's Employee of the Year, Stephanie Sheldon
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Sheldon, of Employee Services, is President’s Employee of the Year

President Bruce Benson presents Stephanie Sheldon with her award. Stephanie Sheldon, data team manager with Employee Services, on Wednesday received the 2018...
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Don’t let the ball drop in 2019: To-do list available for employees
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Don’t let the ball drop in 2019: To-do list available for employees

The New Year is almost here, bringing with it key tasks and deadlines for all CU employees. To ensure they receive important documents such as the W-2 and 1095...
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status

The University of Colorado and the Boettcher Foundation announce the 2019 Boettcher Foundation Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards Program . About the...
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Benson announces leadership transition for University Advancement

Johnnie Ray System-level University Advancement is making adjustments after Vice President for University Advancement Johnnie Ray announced he will retire at...
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Scene at CU: CU system Diversity and Inclusion Summit

Scene at CU: CU system Diversity and Inclusion Summit

There was something for everyone at the CU system Diversity and Inclusion Summit. Attendees heard from best-selling author Beverly Tatum, CU leadership and...
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Call for proposals: 2019 CU Women Succeeding Symposium
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Call for proposals: 2019 CU Women Succeeding Symposium

The CU Faculty Council Women’s Committee welcomes proposals from the CU community for the 17th Annual CU Women Succeeding Professional Development Symposium,...
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CU Boulder student wins coveted Rhodes Scholarship

CU Boulder student wins coveted Rhodes Scholarship

CU Boulder student Serene Singh, a senior who is majoring in political science and journalism, is among 32 Americans who will receive the prestigious Rhodes...
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Reducing stress with a wag, a woof and a nuzzle: Therapy dogs on campus

Reducing stress with a wag, a woof and a nuzzle: Therapy dogs on campus

On a cloudy fall day, on one of the most beautiful college campuses in the country, a biscuit-colored dog with oversize ears, bushy eyebrows and a compact...
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Candidates announced for engineering dean

Candidates announced for engineering dean

Three candidates for the position of dean for the College of Engineering and Applied Science will make campus presentations in late November and early December.
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State of the Campus: ‘precious opportunity, profound obligation’

State of the Campus: ‘precious opportunity, profound obligation’

Highlighting the Front Range’s dynamic growth and the magnified disparities that it brings, Chancellor Dorothy Horrell set the stage for this fall’s State of...

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