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CU Denver invests $4 million for diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

CU Denver invests $4 million for diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

At last week’s Equity Task Force webinar, Chancellor Michelle Marks announced that CU Denver would invest $4 million to support the university’s work in...
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Big shot in the arm: Buoyant mood fills CU Anschutz vaccination clinic

Big shot in the arm: Buoyant mood fills CU Anschutz vaccination clinic

Some got misty-eyed. Many felt a moment of elation. Virtually all visitors sensed the shedding of an emotional weight – a feeling that freer, happier days lie...
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CU President Mark Kennedy, UMass President Marty Meehan to discuss bipartisanship, friendship in free virtual event

CU President Mark Kennedy, UMass President Marty Meehan to discuss bipartisanship, friendship in free virtual event

Kennedy will speak with his former colleague Marty Meehan, University of Massachusetts Amherst president, as part of this series which brings together...
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CU system Coursera courses see exponential growth during pandemic
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CU system Coursera courses see exponential growth during pandemic

By Jaimie Henthorn and Jill Lester One sector of higher education that has experienced an unequivocal boom since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic is the MOOC...
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CU boosts Health Plan funding to reduce impact to faculty and staff

University of Colorado faculty and staff will see modest increases to monthly CU Health Plan premiums for the 2021-22 plan year beginning July 1. COVID-19...
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Cyberattack notifications deliver this week
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Cyberattack notifications deliver this week

CU students, employees and affiliates whose personal information may have been compromised in the cyberattack on university vendor Accellion will begin...
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Changes to two systemwide administrative policy statements approved
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Changes to two systemwide administrative policy statements approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) announces changes to the following administrative policy statements (APSs): Revisions : 5062-Leave Adds section for...
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CU Police Department pledges to advance women in policing

CU Police Department pledges to advance women in policing

Recently, the CU Boulder Police Department signed on to the 30x30 Initiative—a series of low- and no-cost actions police departments can take to improve the...
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ALTEC summer language classes start in May
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ALTEC summer language classes start in May

ALTEC’s summer series of language classes is just around the bend and is all about travel. Enter to win a free class in American Sign Language, Chinese, French...
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New spaces, new faces: MOSAIC and LGBTQ+ Resource Center celebrate expansion

New spaces, new faces: MOSAIC and LGBTQ+ Resource Center celebrate expansion

Finishing touches are underway at the reimagined physical location for the Multicultural Office for Student Access, Inclusiveness and Community, as well as the...
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Understanding vaccine hesitancy: Q&A with CU Denver sociology professor Jennifer Reich

Understanding vaccine hesitancy: Q&A with CU Denver sociology professor Jennifer Reich

Jennifer Reich, PhD, professor of sociology in CU Denver’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, is a national expert on the issue of vaccine hesitancy. As...
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$3 million NIH grant for Colorado School of Public Health worker health study

$3 million NIH grant for Colorado School of Public Health worker health study

The award provides funding to identify how air pollutants contribute to chronic kidney disease of unknown origin (CKDu), a growing international epidemic.
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‘Supporting Women Leaders’ webinar set for May 4
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‘Supporting Women Leaders’ webinar set for May 4

An upcoming webinar, “Supporting Women Leaders: An Anti-racist, Intersectional Dialogue,” will bring together thought leaders to discuss issues facing women...
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Faculty leaders critical of president’s leadership in DEI, shared governance
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Faculty leaders critical of president’s leadership in DEI, shared governance

Faculty governance groups at the Boulder campus and system level last week leveled criticism at CU President Mark Kennedy over what they say are concerns...
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Get ready to go for Open Enrollment

The University of Colorado’s Open Enrollment begins at 8 a.m. April 19 and ends at 5 p.m. May 7. This is your chance to keep, waive or enroll in the University...
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‘Coded Bias’ screening set for April 16
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‘Coded Bias’ screening set for April 16

The Faculty Council LGBTQ+ Committee, in collaboration with the council’s CREE (Committee on Racial and Ethnic Equity) and Women’s committees, are hosting a...
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President's Fund for the Humanities
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President’s Fund for the Humanities: Submission deadline extended

The CU Office of Academic Affairs has extended the deadline for submissions for the President’s Fund for the Humanities to April 19. Projects selected for...
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New online network connects and supports Colorado’s rural entrepreneurs

New online network connects and supports Colorado’s rural entrepreneurs

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Elizabeth Philbrick and her husband Jared Scott weren’t sure about the future of their new business in Dolores...
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$30,000 awarded to CU’s top startups at New Venture Challenge Specialty Prize Nights

$30,000 awarded to CU’s top startups at New Venture Challenge Specialty Prize Nights

From March 16-18, CU Boulder's New Venture Challenge (NVC) kicked off its 13th season by awarding $30,000 to 15 startup teams across three Specialty Prize...
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Campus, city leaders celebrate Clyde Way with ribbon-cutting: ‘A true win-win’

Campus, city leaders celebrate Clyde Way with ribbon-cutting: ‘A true win-win’

Students, alumni, campus leaders and city leaders celebrated the official ribbon-cutting of Clyde Way Friday with a nod to positive partnerships and future...
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CU Denver engages in new state financing strategy to respond to Colorado’s funding landscape

CU Denver engages in new state financing strategy to respond to Colorado’s funding landscape

Based on recent news from the state about fiscal year (FY) 2022-23 capital budget planning that favors renovation projects over new construction, CU Denver...
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Anxiety among fathers is higher than recently reported, new study suggests

Anxiety among fathers is higher than recently reported, new study suggests

In a new study published in The Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology, researchers from the Colorado School of Public Health on the University...
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Q&A: Lilia Cervantes, M.D.

Q&A: Lilia Cervantes, M.D.

Associate Professor of Medicine Lilia Cervantes, MD is a homegrown success story, a physician researcher and a changemaker. Growing up in Denver and receiving...
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Basics of CU Health Plans and Pretax Savings course is your ticket to good health
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Basics of CU Health Plans and Pretax Savings course is your ticket to good health

Health insurance can be overwhelming, but CU has tools and resources to help you make the best coverage decisions for you and your family. So, whether you’re...
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Heat waves could cause 10 times more crop damage than now projected, research finds

Heat waves could cause 10 times more crop damage than now projected, research finds

Heat waves, which are projected to become more frequent and intense as the century progresses, could cause as much as 10 times more crop damage than is now...

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