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Four chancellors make statements on White House immigration order
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Four chancellors make statements on White House immigration order

Leaders at the University of Colorado’s four campuses have issued statements in response to the recent executive order by President Donald Trump temporarily...
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Call for nominations: UCSC Service Excellence Award
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Call for nominations: UCSC Service Excellence Award

The University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) is soliciting nominations of classified and university staff employees for the annual Service Excellence Award...
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New initiative to showcase best teaching practices on campus

New initiative to showcase best teaching practices on campus

Like many faculty members everywhere, Environmental Studies Program Assistant Professor Peter Newton had very little hands-on teaching experience when he began...
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Enroll in the University Men's Chorus today, no audition required

Enroll in the University Men's Chorus today, no audition required

The CU Boulder Choral Music program is recruiting male students to join the University Men's Chorus, a non-auditioned group directed by Graduate Choral...
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Pam Shockley-Zalabak

Chancellor applauds ‘remarkable’ work by faculty and staff

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak received a standing ovation at her Jan. 25 all-campus forum as she concluded the meeting by urging faculty and staff members to...
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‘Tangible’ showcases work by trio of fiber artists
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‘Tangible’ showcases work by trio of fiber artists

Work from “These Things Are Tangible,” from left: Jodi Stevens, TRANSFERENCE, 2013, Yarn; Claudia Mastrobuono, Weight, fiber and stone; Sonya Yong James. “...
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Comcast contributes $5 million to establish innovative media center

Comcast contributes $5 million to establish innovative media center

The University of Colorado Denver has announced the launch of the Comcast Media and Technology Center, a new academic facility made possible by a cash and in-...
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Black-and-gold legacy: CU-educated doctors span generations

Black-and-gold legacy: CU-educated doctors span generations

The line of physicians in the Kenagy-Vance family stretches across states, continents and generations. For centuries, these medical men have guided the health...
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University of Colorado Board of Regents
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Regents begin work of articulating vision statement

The CU Board of Regents last week began the process of articulating a vision for the university with a robust discussion of what the institution is and should...
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Community leaders put heads together at CU South Denver
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Community leaders put heads together at CU South Denver

When the lights went on in the new interlocking CU signs on the outside of CU South Denver, officially branding the facility in one of the fastest-growing...
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Search for CU system chief human resources officer begins
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Search for CU system chief human resources officer begins

The University of Colorado system offices will begin a nationwide search for a new chief human resources officer. Gregory Komarow has resigned from his...
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CU’s data warehousing MOOC specialization earns high ratings
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CU’s data warehousing MOOC specialization earns high ratings

The Data Warehousing for Business Intelligence Specialization massive open online courses (MOOCs) offered through the University of Colorado Denver Business...
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Save the date: Put your financial future in focus with Flash Forward
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Save the date: Put your financial future in focus with Flash Forward

Just starting your career? On your way to retiring? No matter what stage of life you’re at, there are ways to get more out of your money than you may recognize...
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$15 million - and a personal touch - accelerate aerospace research, education at CU Boulder

$15 million - and a personal touch - accelerate aerospace research, education at CU Boulder

Antonella Albuja’s doctoral degree in aerospace engineering from CU Boulder just became more valuable, as did the educational, research and career prospects of...
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Gold medal gymnast Gabby Douglas to headline 2017 Significant Speaker panel

Gold-medal gymnast Gabby Douglas to headline 2017 Significant Speaker panel

Gabby Douglas, a member of the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics team and three-time Olympic Gold medalist, will headline an elite athlete panel at 7 p.m. April 25 at...
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New 40-foot bus to make campus debut

New 40-foot bus to make campus debut

Parking and Transportation Services will debut a new 40-foot bus next week. It will be hard to miss – the bus will be the biggest ever on campus.
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Looking at ants to find answers about aggression

What ants can teach us about violence

Researchers develop model for how collective intelligence works in ant colonies
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Louis and his poodle, Doodles, on one of their four walks every day

What is the best way to treat older HIV-infected patients?

A year ago, HIV patient Louis Zimmerman considered himself sedentary. But thanks to his participation in a CU Anschutz exercise study, he now is able to walk...
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President, chancellors sign letter supporting DACA students
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President, chancellors sign letter supporting DACA students

The University of Colorado’s president and four chancellors have joined hundreds of education leaders across the country in signing a letter of support for...
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Intercampus tuition benefit pilot study in the works; Faculty Council meeting coverage
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Tuition benefit options to expand this fall

The usefulness of CU’s tuition waiver benefit is being expanded as part of a three-year pilot study launching in fall 2017. The pilot program recently was...
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Search committee will work to identify next UCCS chancellor
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Search committee will work to identify next UCCS chancellor

The work of finding a successor to University of Colorado Colorado Springs Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak, who is retiring from the university Feb. 15, has...
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New international employees must meet with tax specialist
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New international employees must meet with tax specialist

New international employees must meet with a CU international tax specialist before they fill out their W-4. Schedule an appointment here. Many international...
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Alexander Bracken, the Quigg and Virginia S. Newton Endowed Chair in Leadership.

What makes a great leader? Leadership minor, speaker series probe the question

As the nation prepares to usher in a new administration, and at a time when companies are clamoring for employees qualified to shepherd them to a bright future...
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Village Center Dining and Community Commons now open

Village Center Dining and Community Commons now open

Students returning for the spring semester now have a brand new place to gather at Williams Village. Opened on Jan. 11, the Village Center Dining and Community...
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Wind knocks tree onto Cragmor Hall

Wind knocks tree onto Cragmor Hall

Monday’s hurricane-force windstorm knocked a 60-foot ponderosa pine onto a bench and the entrance of Cragmor Hall and caused other minor damage on campus.

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