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President Saliman joins Cafecito meeting, provides update on diversity efforts at CU
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President Saliman joins Cafecito meeting, provides update on diversity efforts at CU

President Todd Saliman attended the Oct. 13 meeting of Denver Cafecito, a group focused on public policy and other issues of importance to Denver’s Latina...
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Staff Council honors exceptional CU employees
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Staff Council honors exceptional CU employees

The University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) recently honored 10 exceptional employees across the CU system with the 2023 Staff Excellence Awards. CU staff...
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CU data center relocated to CU Anschutz Medical Campus

CU data center relocated to CU Anschutz Medical Campus

At 2 p.m. Oct. 10, University Information Services announced the completion of a yearlong project to move the CU systemwide data center from its Denver...
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Regents Finance Committee gives initial OK to four CU Boulder construction projects

The Regents Finance Committee last week advanced plans for four construction-related projects at CU Boulder for consideration by the full Board of Regents at...
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AB Nexus transforming intercampus research collaboration after just three years

In July 2020, CU launched the AB Nexus initiative to expand research collaborations between the CU Anschutz and CU Boulder campuses. The initiative has been...
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Arts & Resiliency Gathering offers performances, workshops

Get ready for a transformative week of multidisciplinary workshops, concerts, and performances at the Arts & Resiliency Gathering, taking place from...
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CU Denver celebrates Asian American Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution designation

CU Denver is the first university in the Rocky Mountain region to obtain federal status supporting students who are Asian American and Native American Pacific...
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Coaching program reduces burnout in medical residents

A national study shows a coaching program created at CU Anschutz to address burnout among female residents actually reduces it, offering much needed hope to...
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University of Colorado campuses drive $10.8 billion in economic impact
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University of Colorado campuses drive $10.8 billion in economic impact

The University of Colorado generated an economic impact of $17.2 billion across the state during the last fiscal year, results of the system’s vital mission to...
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Science writers amass at CU Anschutz, CU Boulder

Science writers amass at CU Anschutz, CU Boulder

The national Science Writers 2023 conference brought hundreds of science journalists to the CU Anschutz and CU Boulder campuses Oct. 6-10.
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Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative aims to strengthen CU’s startup power
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Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative aims to strengthen CU’s startup power

A re-energized CU system-based initiative aims to better connect and amplify the robust work in all phases of entrepreneurship taking place on all four...
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LinkedIn Learning’s new Role Guides lay out learning paths for career advancement

LinkedIn Learning recently introduced a new library of curated learning content called Role Guides. These guides act as libraries for common job roles that...
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With CU Boulder as hub, quantum leaders develop workforce roadmap

Leaders from Colorado’s growing quantum ecosystem convened on campus last week to roll up their sleeves and begin mapping out a roadmap for workforce...
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UCCS engages faculty and universities nationwide in cybersecurity education

UCCS recently concluded its Cybersecurity Faculty Development Program, which launched in February 2022, offering opportunities and resources for educating,...
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Can EV owners help pump power back to the grid?

A CU Denver-led study will look at how two-way charging can aid utility companies and neighborhoods, especially during power outages.
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College of Nursing, Campus Community Health hosting flu shot clinic Oct. 18

“The flu shot clinic is an access point for the community,” CU Nursing Associate Dean of Clinical and Community Affairs Rosario Medina, PhD, FNP-BC, ACNP, CNS...
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Regents approve associate degrees with the hope of providing new path for CU students to earn credentials

The Board of Regents voted unanimously to approve new Associates of General Studies degree programs at UCCS and CU Denver. The board’s action at the April 27-...
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CU Boulder earns $5 million award for 5G cellular security research

CU Boulder earns $5 million award for 5G cellular security research

A team of University of Colorado Boulder researchers is leading a major military-oriented project for 5G wireless security. The National Science Foundation’s...
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CU Nursing receives $2 million grant to expand health care in rural areas

CU Nursing receives $2 million grant to expand health care in rural areas

The University of Colorado College of Nursing received a $2 million grant to increase the number of midwives in rural areas of Colorado over the next four...
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Upcoming Board of Regents committee meetings

In advance of the Nov. 7-8 University of Colorado Board of Regents meeting, the regents will conduct several committee meetings that are open to the public...
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UCCS receives Age-Friendly designation

UCCS has been designated an Age-Friendly University (AFU), demonstrating its ongoing commitment, dedication and efforts to support the aging population and...
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One year of Interior Design at CU Denver

The College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) at the University of Colorado Denver launched a minor in interior design in the summer of 2022. Today, we are...
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Does lightning strike on Venus? Maybe not, study suggests

Venus may be a (slightly) gentler place than some scientists give it credit for. In new research, space physicists at CU Boulder have jumped into a...
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CCTSI conference attracts researchers statewide

Imagine you have conducted a study and want to tell the world about the findings. Or suppose your research results show great promise for a particular cancer...
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Philip DiStefano to retire as CU Boulder chancellor, lead in other campus roles

Philip DiStefano to retire as CU Boulder chancellor, lead in other campus roles

Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced he plans to retire as chancellor after nearly 15 years in the role and 50 years on campus. A national search will be...

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