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Luncheon celebrates Johnson Foundation $8 million commitment to UCCS

Luncheon celebrates Johnson Foundation $8 million commitment to UCCS

At a Nov. 6 luncheon, a select group including Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak and leadership from the Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation celebrated the...
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Title IX team: 'We're here to help'

Title IX team: 'We're here to help'

Educational outreach effort includes information sessions, posters, tattoos, T-shirts and online training modules.
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Make sure your retirement savings are on track: Schedule one-on-one consultation
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Retirement savings on track? Schedule consultation today

The recent modernization of the University of Colorado’s retirement fund lineup came with a significant perk: a five-person team of TIAA-CREF financial...
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Connections holiday publication schedule note
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Publication note: No CU Connections on Thanksgiving, Dec. 24, Dec. 31

CU Connections will not publish new issues on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 26), Dec. 24 and Dec. 31.
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TABOR rebates, unclear revenue picture strain Hickenlooper’s proposed 2016-17 budget
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TABOR rebates, unclear revenue picture strain Hickenlooper’s proposed 2016-17 budget

Gov. John Hickenlooper’s proposed budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year totals $26.98 billion and reflects a proposed $20 million cut to higher education.
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The Colorado Trust Gives $3M for Chair in American Indian Health

The Colorado Trust Gives $3M for Chair in American Indian Health

Gift supports work to address health disparities of Colorado’s American Indian community
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Veterans celebrated in series of campus, community events

Veterans celebrated in series of campus, community events

In anticipation of Veterans Day on Nov. 11 a series of events is planned at the University of Colorado Boulder and beyond to celebrate those who have served...
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Colorado Shakespeare Festival announces 2016 season lineup

Colorado Shakespeare Festival announces 2016 season lineup

On the heels of its most successful and well-received season to date, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival announced its 2016 season, which will run Friday, June...
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New phase of campaign explores what 'learn with purpose' means to members of university community

New phase of campaign explores what 'learn with purpose' means to members of university community

The successful Learn with Purpose campaign at CU Denver is going deeper into the narrative of what “learn with purpose” means to members of the university...
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Student retention equals campus connection

Student retention equals campus connection

Mike Kisley, professor and chair, Department of Psychology, prefers to think of student retention as connecting a student with his or her faculty and course of...
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Colorado employment growth to persist despite slip in new business formation, says CU-Boulder report

Colorado employment growth to persist despite slip in new business formation, says CU-Boulder report

Despite a dip in business filings in Colorado during the third quarter of 2015 with 25,164 new entities recorded, employment in the state is projected to...
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Student sculpture finds permanent home

Student sculpture finds permanent home

Creating a sculpture that stands out on North Nevada Avenue and can withstand triple-digit winds is no simple art assignment.
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Participants needed for free weight loss class
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Participants needed for free weight loss class

Interested in participating in a free weight loss class? The CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center is seeking volunteers for a new weight loss research study...
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Business School launches international Research Council on Commodities and innovative digital journal

Business School launches international Research Council on Commodities and innovative digital journal

Business School launches international Research Council on Commodities and innovative digital journal
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Dual degrees in finance and economics ranked seventh nationally

Dual degrees in finance and economics ranked seventh nationally

The Financial Engineer Times has ranked the CU Denver dual degrees in finance and economics program 7th nationwide, moving up one spot in the rankings compared...
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Denise Thomas
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Staff Council clarifies membership bylaws

The University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) amended its bylaws to more accurately represent the current composition and processes of the organization...
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TTO Startups
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CU Tech Transfer launches 13 new startups

Delivering research breakthroughs from the University of Colorado to the marketplace, CU’s Office of Technology Transfer collaborated to advance 13 new startup...
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Pam Shockley-Zalabak

October forum to delve into education cost factors

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak and Vice Chancellor Susan Szpyrka will lead a discussion about the factors that drive the cost of higher education during an...
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Preview Day posts record turnout

Preview Day posts record turnout

A record 380 high school seniors and their parents attended CU Denver Preview Day on Friday, Oct. 16.
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Boulder Staff Council, Athletics work together on staff appreciation events
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Boulder Staff Council, Athletics work together on staff appreciation events

What does appreciation for a job well done look like to you? Studies show that when it comes to being appreciated, employees can have varying preferences from...
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CU-Boulder ranked No. 46 best global university

CU-Boulder ranked No. 46 best global university

University of Colorado Boulder ranked 46th of 750 universities worldwide in the second annual Best Global Universities list released last week by U.S. News...
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Home Run For Health is Oct. 24

Home Run For Health 2015

The CU Health Plan and Be Colorado team is shaking things up and throwing out the typical “health fair” mold to present Home Run for Health 2015, the first “...
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NASA awards CU-Boulder $1 million to make short science films for planetariums

NASA awards CU-Boulder $1 million to make short science films for planetariums

NASA has awarded the University of Colorado Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium $1 million for the development of short, full-dome videos about space science-related...
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Mary Connelly

Philanthropy at Work: Mary Connelly

Mary Connelly’s parents never went to college, and they didn’t make much money as part of the working class in her small New Jersey town 10 miles west of...

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