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One-time payments set to arrive in July paychecks
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One-time payments set to arrive in July paychecks

As the University of Colorado approaches the end of a fiscal year dotted with employee furloughs, CU leadership has determined the details of one-time...
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Open Enrollment
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Make your health plan selections by Friday

The deadline for faculty and staff to make updates to benefits plans and re-enroll in flexible savings accounts (FSAs) is approaching fast. All Open Enrollment...
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Tuition Assistance Benefit applications now open for summer 2021
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Tuition Assistance Benefit applications now open for summer 2021

Consider summer school an opportunity for growth. The Tuition Assistance Benefit application window is now open for the summer 2021 semester in the employee...
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Confronting COVID-19 with AAU research, like better air filtration in schools

Confronting COVID-19 with AAU research, like better air filtration in schools

As one of only 36 U.S. public research institutions in the Association of American Universities (AAU), the University of Colorado Boulder is all about...
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Boulder Faculty Assembly votes to censure President Kennedy

Boulder Faculty Assembly votes to censure President Kennedy

The Boulder Faculty Assembly on April 29 approved an amended motion to censure CU President Mark Kennedy, citing in the motion a “failure of leadership with...
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Silva-Smith’s work reflects modern nursing values

Silva-Smith’s work reflects modern nursing values

National Nurses Week from May 6-12, 2021 is a celebration of nurses across the nation. Communities take time to recognize practicing nurses, retired nurses,...
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Why I got vaccinated

Why I got vaccinated

Manuel Espinoza, associate professor in the School of Education & Human Development, shares experience and encourages campus community members to get...
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Newly named Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research begins next chapter

Newly named Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research begins next chapter

On May 4, the CU Anschutz Medical Campus announced the naming of the Center for Women's Health Research in honor of the Ludeman family - a longstanding...
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Signing of services agreements, term sheets advances CU Online
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Signing of services agreements, term sheets advances CU Online

The CU Online initiative took a significant step forward with the recent signing of the main services agreements between all four campuses and the Office of...
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CU salutes Benson Society members for their transformational giving
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CU salutes Benson Society members for their transformational giving

CU President Mark Kennedy and first lady Debbie Kennedy. The challenges of the last year haven’t dampened CU donors’ vision and generosity for the university...
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vaccine requirement
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COVID-19 vaccinations to be required of all CU faculty, staff, students

University of Colorado leadership on Wednesday announced COVID-19 vaccinations will be required of all students, faculty and staff before the start of the fall...
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Faculty Senate meeting coverage: President Kennedy’s State of the System, new officer elections, more
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Funding, pay equity, DEI among key topics in President Kennedy’s address to Faculty Senate

Slides: President Kennedy's presentation to Faculty Senate. CU President Mark Kennedy last week appeared before the Faculty Senate, delivering State of the CU...
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Tuition Assistance Benefit policy update allows for earlier registration
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Tuition Assistance Benefit policy update allows for earlier registration

A new pilot Tuition Assistance Benefit program will allow eligible faculty and staff earlier course registration for most University of Colorado campus...
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President Kennedy, Government Relations advocating for CU at federal level
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President Kennedy, Government Relations advocating for CU at federal level

As lawmakers in Washington, D.C., consider priorities for funding in the next fiscal year, leadership at the University of Colorado is advocating for support...
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Take your benefits to go with digital ID cards
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Take your benefits to go with digital ID cards

If you’ve ever dug through your wallet searching for your medical insurance or pharmacy ID card – the correct, current ID card – you know this can be a hassle...
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COLTT call for proposals
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Submit a proposal for the COLTT 2021 Conference

The Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference is now accepting session proposals for the 2021 event. COLTT engages participants in...
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Five takeaways from the 2021 Campus Sustainability Summit

Five takeaways from the 2021 Campus Sustainability Summit

On Earth Day, our campus community and leadership came together virtually for the 28th Annual Campus Sustainability Summit to share progress and ideas about...
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MOSAIC to celebrate new space today with ribbon cutting, livestream

MOSAIC to celebrate new space today with ribbon cutting, livestream

Thanks to initial funding by the CU President’s Office, as well as fundraising efforts by UCCS, a newly expanded Multicultural Office for Student Access,...
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CU Denver mourns the loss of Dean Rebecca Kantor

CU Denver mourns the loss of Dean Rebecca Kantor

On Thursday, April 22, the CU Denver community learned that the School of Education & Human Development’s dean, Rebecca Kantor, EdD, passed away from a...
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CU Dental researchers make craniofacial gene discovery

CU Dental researchers make craniofacial gene discovery

Patience. It's something most researchers need when it comes to discoveries. For Jamie Nichols, CU Dental craniofacial biology assistant professor, and his...
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One step on a journey toward justice: CU leaders react to Chauvin verdict
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One step on a journey toward justice: CU leaders react to Chauvin verdict

Tuesday’s announcement of the verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was found guilty of the murder last year of George...
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Open Enrollment
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Book your ticket to better health with Open Enrollment vendor webinars

The University of Colorado’s Open Enrollment ends May 7. Employee Services is working to ensure you’re equipped with the information you need to make your...
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Nation’s biggest science communications conference back on at CU Boulder, CU Anschutz

Nation’s biggest science communications conference back on at CU Boulder, CU Anschutz

The annual conference is the nation’s premier science communications gathering and is organized by the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing (CASW)...
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Common plants and pollinators act as anchors for ecosystems

Common plants and pollinators act as anchors for ecosystems

The next time you go for a hike, take an extra moment to appreciate the seemingly ordinary life all around you. A house fly, humble yarrow weed and other “...
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LAS faculty awarded $98k grant to explore war, trauma and life after service

LAS faculty awarded $98k grant to explore war, trauma and life after service

Two College of Letters, Arts & Sciences faculty members earned a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant totaling $98,173 to explore their...

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