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Leadership in administrative systems technologies to be showcased at conference

CU’s primary administrative systems are based on Oracle’s PeopleSoft backbone. These include student, financial and human resources systems, as well as the...
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Pioneering spirit provides inspiration at CU Women Succeeding
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Pioneering spirit provides inspiration at CU Women Succeeding

About 140 faculty and staff from across the University of Colorado system gathered last week for the 13th annual CU Women Succeeding, a professional...
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Retirement Vendor Transition
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Employees can prepare for retirement plan changes at Transition Workshops

This spring, the University of Colorado is dedicating six weeks to help answer the who, what, why, when and how of the new CU retirement Plans’ investment...
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New videos show off ‘A Place for You at CU’
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New videos show off ‘A Place for You at CU’

In high school, Dominic Martinez, senior director in the Office of Inclusion and Outreach on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, was told he...
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Social media tip: Respect copyright and fair use
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Social media tip: Respect copyright and fair use

CU faculty and staff are reminded that, when posting on social media, be mindful of the copyright and intellectual property rights of others and of the...
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CU looks to keep tuition increases low
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CU looks to keep tuition increases low

For the second consecutive year, proposed tuition increases for all University of Colorado campuses came in significantly below the 6 percent cap mandated by...
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CU announces changes to modernize employee retirement plans
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CU announces changes to modernize employee retirement plans

The University of Colorado on Tuesday announced it will modernize its retirement plan lineup, providing employees best-in-class investment options, lower fees...
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CU securing permission of states beyond Colorado to offer online education
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CU securing permission of states beyond Colorado to offer online education

The University of Colorado must seek permission to provide online education in states other than Colorado or to enroll students in online programs in those...
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UCCS student Alex Sinchak speaks at Friday’s Board of Regents
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Students make case for fossil fuel divestment to Board of Regents

A student movement aimed at persuading the University of Colorado to end its investment in the fossil fuel industry stirred discussion at last week’s meeting...
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Benson stresses collaboration, cooperation at Staff Council appearance
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Benson stresses collaboration, cooperation at Staff Council appearance

President Bruce D. Benson emphasized teamwork and collaboration during his university update to members of the University of Colorado Staff Council during its...
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Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology Conference 2015
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Technology conference calling for proposals

The 2015 Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference call for proposals is now open.
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Unlock the secrets to building a video game with CU MOOC
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Unlock the secrets to building a video game with CU MOOC

It’s a common thought among gamers: Sure, this video game is wicked cool, but it would have been better if only the programmer had (fill in the blank). So,...
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Anthem breach update: How to enroll in credit protection services

Anthem Inc., parent company of one of the health insurance administrators for University of Colorado faculty and staff, has announced that current and former...
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Brussels + Muscles campaign honored
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Brussels + Muscles campaign honored

A campaign for Brussels + Muscles, Be Colorado’s fitness and nutrition program designed to teach kids that healthy habits can be fun, won a 2014 Denver Ad Club...
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Consider ramifications before posting to social media

You should think twice – no, three times – before posting to social media. Privacy does not exist in the world of social media. Consider what could happen if a...
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Anthem continues responding to concerns over data breach
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Anthem continues responding to concerns over data breach

Anthem Inc., parent company of one of the health insurance providers for University of Colorado faculty and staff, last week announced it was the victim of a...
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Two policies dropped, others await further review by stakeholders
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Two policies dropped, others await further review by stakeholders

Two Administrative Policy Statements (APSs) were rescinded last month while several other APSs previously under consideration for the January cycle have been...
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University Staff performance reviews to start this month

The University Staff review cycle ended on Jan. 31 for most campuses. University Staff members in the CU system offices will receive their annual reviews...
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Big crowd turns out for CU Night at the Stock Show
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Big crowd turns out for CU Night at the Stock Show

Ralphie, the CU-Boulder mascot, and her fleet-footed handlers run across the Denver Coliseum to open the rodeo events at CU Night at the Stock Show on Friday...
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Title IX coordinators team for sexual harassment education
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Title IX coordinators team for sexual harassment education

A female student tells a faculty member of inappropriate touching that took place at an off-campus internship. An assistant professor fears bad committee...
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In State of Campus address, Marks envisions ‘elite tier’ status

Lilly Marks, CU's vice president for health affairs and executive vice chancellor for the Anschutz Medical Campus, chats with Frederick Grover, M.D., left, as...
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Gala raises over $170,000 for combat veterans at CU Denver, CU Anschutz

Army veterans who are now students at CU Denver and CU Anschutz enjoy dinner with their wives at the "Combat to Classroom" gala at The Liniger Building at CU...
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CU on the Weekend offers free programs in Boulder, expands to CU South Denver

The public is invited to attend free, Saturday programs led by University of Colorado Boulder faculty on popular topics as part of the CU on the Weekend series...
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Faculty Council recognizes colleagues

CU's Faculty Council recognized the contributions of four colleagues with its 2008-2009 awards during the governing board's May 14 meeting.

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