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New hotline helps offer support for everyday stress or mental illness
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New hotline offers support for everyday stress or mental illness

The University of Colorado is offering all employees a new option for quick access to mental health services – The Real Help Hotline at 833-533-CHAT (2428)...
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Best-selling author and suicide survivor Kevin Hines to speak at CU Boulder

Best-selling author and suicide survivor Kevin Hines to speak at CU Boulder

Kevin Hines, who attempted suicide by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge, will speak on campus at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, in the UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom.
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UCCS, Penrose-St. Francis break ground on Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center

UCCS, Penrose-St. Francis break ground on Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center

Officials from UCCS, Penrose-St. Francis Health Services and the City of Colorado Springs celebrated the start of construction activities with a groundbreaking...
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Food for thought: Annual luncheon awards creativity

Food for thought: Annual luncheon awards creativity

After being thanked by their leaders both in words and in food, honorees of this fall’s Office of Research and Services (ORS) Awards Luncheon were transported...
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Nursing History Center, a ‘hidden gem’ at CU Anschutz, provides window into field's past

Nursing History Center, a ‘hidden gem’ at CU Anschutz, provides window into field's past

Tucked down a quiet hallway on the fourth floor of Education 2 North, a room nearly overflows with vintage artifacts. Starched, floor-length uniforms that look...
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Advancing our understanding of the pharmacokinetics of CBD in children with epilepsy

Advancing our understanding of the pharmacokinetics of CBD in children with epilepsy

It is an interesting time to be a biomedical researcher in Colorado. In 2000, voters in the state made it legal to sell marijuana for medical use in adults;...
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Naturally Slim offers behavior-based approach to weight loss
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Naturally Slim offers behavior-based approach to weight loss

If you don’t believe it, you can’t achieve it. Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right. What you think, you become. These sayings may be...
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What you need to know to take paid parental leave
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What you need to know to take paid parental leave

As of July 1, the University of Colorado guarantees eligible employees paid parental leave upon the birth, adoption or fostering of a child. Each campus...
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Nonpartisan Free to Be at CU student club to host candidate forum Oct. 21

Nonpartisan Free to Be at CU student club to host candidate forum Oct. 21

The nonpartisan Free to Be at CU student organization will host an Oct. 21 forum to give CU Boulder students, faculty, staff and the public opportunities to...
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Broad energy and environment study led by CU Boulder ends with significant findings

Broad energy and environment study led by CU Boulder ends with significant findings

A massive research and education effort on energy and environmental issues led by CU Boulder engineering faculty is ending after a five-year run with...
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CSGI hosting debate on two statewide ballot initiatives

CSGI hosting debate on two statewide ballot initiatives

The Center for the Study of Government and the Individual at UCCS will host an information session and debate for two statewide ballot initiatives at 4:45 p.m...
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Celebrating partnership: University, city officials join grand opening

Celebrating partnership: University, city officials join grand opening

Nearly 100 people packed the brand-new CityCenter on Oct. 10 for the official grand opening of what will serve as CU Denver’s new “front door” to the city,...
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Can short bursts of activity make a difference in metabolic health?

Can short bursts of activity make a difference in metabolic health?

Ask endocrinology researcher Audrey Bergouignan, PhD where she conducts her research and you might expect to hear the United States and France since she has...
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CU Advocate of the Year Awards
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CU Advocates program celebrates seventh anniversary with awards

Friday’s seventh anniversary celebration of the CU Advocates program featured the announcement of a new CU Advocate of the Year, along with three other award...
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Faculty Council takes stock of presidential attributes
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Regents announce presidential search firm

The University of Colorado Board of Regents has selected Wheless Partners Consulting and Executive Search — one of the nation’s leading executive search...
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Call for proposals: Open Educational Resources grants
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Call for proposals: Open Educational Resources grants

The Colorado Department of Higher Education and the Colorado OER (Open Educational Resources) Council are accepting proposals for the Open Educational...
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Regent Awards
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Call for nominations: 2019 Regents awards

The University of Colorado Board of Regents is soliciting nominations for its 2019 slate of Honorary Degrees, University Medals and Distinguished Service...
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Ombuds Day
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First Ombuds Day is Oct. 11

The University of Colorado Ombuds Programs join the American Bar Association in celebrating the inaugural Ombuds Day, Oct. 11, 2018. The American Bar...
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Retirement Ready events help faculty, staff develop plan
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Retirement Ready events help faculty, staff develop plan

There’s a lot to plan for and consider before retirement. In an effort to help prepare University of Colorado faculty and staff members who are within five...
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CU’s Optional Term Life Insurance maximum increased to $1 million
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CU’s Optional Term Life Insurance maximum increased to $1 million

University of Colorado employees now may enroll in up to $1 million of Optional Term Life Insurance, up from $500,000, as part of an Oct. 1 policy change...
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Research and Innovation Week offers something for everyone

Research and Innovation Week offers something for everyone

The inaugural edition of Research & Innovation Week, Oct. 15-19, is filled with events designed to strengthen community and collaboration across campus...
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Colorado Springs economy expected to continue outpacing nation

Colorado Springs economy expected to continue outpacing nation

The strength of the local Colorado Springs economy and the diversified growth of the state economy were among the top highlights from the 22nd UCCS Economic...
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Underground drones could save lives

Underground drones could save lives

When disaster strikes, we rely on first-responders to save us. But what if the disaster site is too dangerous for anyone to enter? What happens to the victims?
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University of Colorado Cancer Center Director Richard Schulick speaks at town hall

University of Colorado Cancer Center Director Richard Schulick speaks at town hall

This morning, Richard Schulick, MD, MBA, addressed University of Colorado Cancer Center faculty, staff, leaders, providers, and administrators in a town hall-...
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Scot Chadwick is CU South Denver’s new vice chancellor

Scot Chadwick is CU South Denver’s new vice chancellor

Scot Chadwick is the new vice chancellor of enterprise development at the University of Colorado South Denver. He was appointed by CU Denver Chancellor Dorothy...

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