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Enrollment gains pave way for growth in budget
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Enrollment gains pave way for growth in budget

The CU Board of Regents on Tuesday passed an operating budget of $3.55 billion for 2015-16, reflecting expected gains in enrollment and increases in health...
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Diversity numbers highlight successes, challenges
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Diversity numbers highlight successes, challenges

The University of Colorado’s Boulder, Colorado Springs and Denver campuses have posted impressive gains the past few years in the number of ethnic minority...
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New School of Medicine dean: Growth management a good problem to have
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New School of Medicine dean: Growth management a good problem to have

John Reilly, M.D., new dean of the CU School of Medicine, left a job he loved at the University of Pittsburgh because of the upward trajectory of the school...
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Wellness center fundraising making progress
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Wellness center fundraising making progress

As funding sources continue to be explored to reduce the financial burden on students, the CU Board of Regents unanimously approved the program plan for the CU...
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Six community members honored by Board of Regents
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Regents roundup

A CU-Boulder proposal to change Women and Gender Studies from a program to a department was approved by the CU Board of Regents at its Tuesday meeting by a...
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Staff Council announces leadership for coming year

New officers were introduced and other business was wrapped up during the University of Colorado Staff Council’s June 18 video conference. Leaders for the next...
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State Sen. Rollie Heath speaks before CU Advocates and CU-Boulder alumni earlier this month at CU-Boulder.
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Heath: Ballot initiative might ease strain on state funding of higher ed

While the 2015 legislative session brought a welcome boost in funding for the University of Colorado and higher education across the state, the long-term...
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New building blocks of human resources on display at July workshops

As the University of Colorado gets ready to roll out upgraded tools and programs that will change the way it pays, manages and hires employees, Employee...
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Infographic project seeks to spark STEM interest among Colorado students

New Infographic Design Project Seeks to Spark STEM Interest Among Colorado Students

In a world seemingly deluged with data, learning how to make sense of all those numbers is an increasingly important life skill. Some students in Colorado will...
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Study: No evidence of negative impacts to children of same-sex couples

New Study About Children of Same-sex Couples: Research says no evidence they are negatively impacted

A new study from the University of Colorado Denver finds that scientists agree that children of same-sex parents experience “no difference” on a range of...
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CUSP Challenge highlights best practices across university
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CUSP Challenge highlights best practices across university

CU Shared Practices (CUSP) closed out another successful program year June 12 with the annual CUSP Expo at system administration offices. The expo, which is...
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Personalized bricks to line new Buff Walk at Folsom Field
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Personalized bricks to line new Buff Walk at Folsom Field

Colorado Athletics is inviting Buffs fans to etch their names in CU-Boulder history by securing a personalized Legacy Brick on the new Buff Walk at Folsom...
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CSF’s ‘Othello’ opens Friday

Lisa Wolpe — a FIRST (Faculty-in-Residence) Scholar at CU-Boulder — brings a career of directing and acting in Shakespearean productions to her directorial...
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With website, CU-Boulder opens up access to scholarly research
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With website, CU-Boulder opens up access to scholarly research

Two of the top 10 most downloaded research papers from CU-Boulder’s digital institutional repository, called CU Scholar, discuss promoting sustainability at...
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Workshop to address common financial concerns for women
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Workshop to address common financial concerns for women

Living longer. Caring for aging parents. Entering and exiting the workforce during the course of a career. For many women, life engenders a specific set of...
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Fundraising continues for pilot military and veteran student services program
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Fundraising continues for pilot military and veteran student services program

UCCS is making substantial progress on a $2 million, privately funded effort to launch a new program to help military and veteran students successfully...
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Galleries of Contemporary Art to dazzle with Fourth Annual Brilliant fundraiser

Galleries of Contemporary Art to dazzle with Fourth Annual Brilliant fundraiser

GOCA present its fourth annual art party extravaganza BRILLIANT June 13 at 121 S. Tejon Street in downtown Colorado Springs.
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Elevate: Gaining efficiencies for CU

The Elevate program is all about increasing simplification, standardization and productivity for the University of Colorado, as it upgrades its HR and Finance...
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Mountain Lions successfully secure 500 for $50K challenge

Mountain Lions successfully secure 500 for 50K challenge

The UCCS men’s and women’s basketball teams will begin the 2015-16 seasons with more than $60,000 in additional scholarship funding with the successful...
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Russ Poole, associate vice chancellor for the Office of Information Technology, talks about the synergy of CU Online and university faculty.

Sweet Technology: Flavorful approaches to technology and education discussed at CU Online Spring Symposium

Mike Pascoe has always been intrigued by the benefits of blending technology and teaching, but admits to taking a shotgun approach. He has used many technology...
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More than 1,000 graduates receive degrees on damp spring day at CU Anschutz
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'Our Dreams Don't End': More than 1,000 graduates receive their degrees on a damp spring day at CU Anschutz

Mother Nature kept the spigot running this soggy May, but the gray sky and drizzle didn't keep commencement ceremonies from proceeding mostly according to plan...
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Staff Council calls for anti-bullying policy
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Staff Council calls for anti-bullying policy

A resolution calling for the university to create a policy that addresses bullying and other disturbing behaviors that affect everyone – not just those who...
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‘Extreme Weight Loss’ returns to CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center
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‘Extreme Weight Loss’ returns to CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center

The hit ABC series “Extreme Weight Loss” returns for its fifth season on Tuesday, when viewers will again see cast members begin their yearlong transformation...
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Unstoppable Women’s Luncheon at UCCS draws 400
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Unstoppable Women’s Luncheon at UCCS draws 400

The main takeaway was that thanks to generous UCCS donors, Sinclair overcame all that and more to graduate from UCCS this month with a master’s in counseling...
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Medicaid Patients Prefer ER

Medicaid patients prefer ER

More than half of all Medicaid enrollees prefer the “one-stop shop” of a hospital emergency department to receive care for conditions that could be treated...

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