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Colorado Area Health Education Center receives renewed funding from HRSA

Colorado Area Health Education Center receives renewed funding from HRSA

The Colorado Area Health Education Center (AHEC) on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has received renewed funding from the U.S. Health...
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CU Denver, in partnership with Colorado Smart Cities Alliance and Innosphere Ventures, receives $2 million federal grant for smart cities incubator and workforce development in tech

The University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) in partnership with Colorado Smart Cities Alliance and Innosphere Ventures, announced that they were awarded a $2...
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Land acknowledgment honors contributions of Indigenous peoples, history of land

The University of Colorado Boulder has adopted a land acknowledgment recognizing that Colorado’s flagship campus sits on land that is part of the traditional...
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Reminder: All employees must certify their leave balances by Sept. 7

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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Saliman announces two key hires in system administration leadership
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Saliman announces two key hires in system administration leadership

CU President Todd Saliman has named a pair of Coloradans to serve in key leadership positions on his executive staff in system administration. Saliman named...
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Capps joins CU as chief information security officer
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Capps joins CU as chief information security officer

David Capps The University of Colorado today named David Capps chief information security officer (CISO) for CU system administration as part of the university...
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Students energize campuses for fall move-in days
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Students energize campuses for fall move-in days

Students at three of the University of Colorado campuses last week helped energize their communities as residence halls opened their doors for move-in days...
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Center for Asian Studies wins $2.2 million to help ‘make Asia accessible’ for Coloradans

The Center for Asian Studies has won $2.2 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education to support its role as a National Resource Center in Asian...
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PGA Golf Management celebrates 20 years

The Professional Golf Association (PGA) Golf Management Program at UCCS is celebrating its twentieth year with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 30. The...
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CU Denver turns 50

The 50th anniversary creates an opportunity to reignite old connections and create new ones. Throughout this academic year, we will celebrate this incredible...
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Why Is CAR T-cell therapy ‘one of the most phenomenal advances in science’?

In this podcast, learn how the CU Anschutz Medical Campus offers both the scientific expertise and the physical capacity to tackle some of the most aggressive...
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How COVID spawned a surge in superbugs—and what we can do about it

How COVID spawned a surge in superbugs—and what we can do about it

After years of progress in the battle against antimicrobial-resistance, so-called “superbugs” have made a concerning comeback in the age of COVID, with...
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New Skillsoft course for CU employees addresses mental health in the workplace

Mental health matters. And it’s time to address it in the workplace. Experts from the Colorado School of Public Health’s (ColoradoSPH) Center for Health, Work...
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Were tenure-clock stops a gift for all faculty?

The early days of COVID-19 hit faculty research as hard as they hit every other facet of university life. Access to laboratories, libraries, field sites and...
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NxtGEN recognized as a top teacher education program in U.S.

NxtGEN, an educator preparation program co-designed by Denver Public Schools (DPS) and the University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver), has been elevated in a U...
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Kempe Center marks 50 years of protecting the world’s children

Over the past 50 years, The Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect has changed the culture of children’s rights worldwide...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication

With today’s issue, CU Connections resumes its regular weekly publication schedule for the 2022-23 academic year. A new edition appears each Thursday morning...
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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
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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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