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CU community celebrates Juneteenth, Pride Month

Members of the CU community gathered in Denver's historic Five Points neighborhood on Saturday, June 15, to join the city's parade commemorating Juneteenth...
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New self-service portal allows you to apply for leave, track your request status and more

New self-service portal allows you to apply for leave, track your request status and more

Employee Services has launched a new employee self-service (ESS) tool that allows employees using Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI), FMLA and Parental...
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Join CU community for celebration at Denver Pride
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Join CU community for celebration at Denver Pride

CU is excited to sponsor Denver Pride again this year. The CU community is invited to participate in the June 22-23 event as we celebrate and support the...
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Regents University Affairs Committee gives initial approval to new degrees, certificate

Plans for three new degrees and a new certificate received approval from the Regents University Affairs Committee during its June 4 meeting, held via Zoom. The...
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Gov. Jared Polis signs quantum industry bill on campus

At a May 28 ceremony on the CU Boulder campus, Gov. Jared Polis ushered in a new bill to support the state’s rapidly growing quantum industry. Polis signed the...
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Office of Inclusive Services awarded National Program Accreditation

The Inclusive Higher Education Accreditation Council (IHEAC), an accrediting agency for postsecondary programs for students with intellectual disability (ID),...
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CU Denver’s Office of International Affairs helps bring a global perspective to CU Denver

Whether it’s a Lunar New Year celebration with dancing dragons or a Holi celebration with vibrant-colored chalk powder flying through the air, CU Denver is a...
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CU Anschutz researchers offer new understanding of how antidepressants work

Researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have established a new framework for understanding how classic antidepressants work in...
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CU continues sustainability strides across four campuses
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CU continues sustainability strides across four campuses

New construction projects proposed for the University of Colorado Boulder are the latest steps by CU leadership to continue making progress on sustainability...
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Register today for Classic COLTT: Forward Into the Past
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Register today for Classic COLTT: Forward Into the Past

Join us for the 27th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) conference , themed “Classic COLTT: Forward Into the Past,” set for July 31-Aug. 1...
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The light or the content? What we know about screens and sleep disruption

The light or the content? What we know about screens and sleep disruption

Too much screen time impairs sleep for children and adolescents, and it’s largely the content on those screens that keeps them awake. But it remains less clear...
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Club Q Memorial Art Project pieces unveiled

More than 130 students, staff, faculty and community members recently joined the UCCS Kraemer Family Library and MOSAIC and LGBTQ+ Resource Center in the...
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New tool available to researchers; two training sessions available in June

The CU Denver Office of Sponsored Research (ORS) has acquired Pivot-RP, a nationally recognized searchable database that faculty and staff can use to search...
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Unraveling the connections between loneliness and emotional eating

Grabbing a pint of ice cream and digging in because of a breakup has become so cliché, it’s a common romance movie scene. But for some people, especially if...
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New state digital accessibility law takes effect July 1
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New state digital accessibility law takes effect July 1

In 2021, the state of Colorado passed HB21-1110 , which requires the university to meet new digital accessibility standards for all information technology –...
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CU Denver regains Hispanic-Serving status

CU Denver regains Hispanic-Serving status

We are thrilled to announce that the U.S. Department of Education has officially granted the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus Hispanic-...
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Remembering Los Seis de Boulder through education and preservation

Fifty years ago, on May 27, 1974, a bomb exploded in a car parked in Boulder’s Chautauqua Park, killing three occupants: CU Boulder alumni Una Jaakola (Psych’...
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Dive into LAS research with a faculty-focused podcast

Genia Olesnicky, Ph.D., Letters, Arts & Sciences (LAS) Assistant Dean and Department of Biology professor, is host of a new podcast, LAS Research...
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Support for Stephen Berman, MD Endowed Chair surpasses $2 million milestone

The Colorado School of Public Health is pleased to announce the establishment of the Stephen Berman, MD Endowed Chair in Global Health . Philanthropic gifts...
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CU partners with state leaders to improve college affordability, stimulate industry
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CU partners with state leaders to improve college affordability, stimulate industry

The University of Colorado was at the forefront in pushing new legislation and funding commitments from Colorado lawmakers to improve affordability for college...
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Social distancing plus vaccines prevented 800,000 COVID deaths, but at great cost

Social distancing plus vaccines prevented 800,000 COVID deaths, but at great cost

Changing people’s behavior until a vaccine could be developed prevented roughly 800,000 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S., far more than many scientists predicted...
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CU Social Justice Summit to be hosted at UCCS

The Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion will be hosting the 2024 CU Social Justice Summit from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, at UCCS. This...
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CU Denver Community Collaborative Research Center empowers communities

The Community Collaborative Research Center (CCRC) at the University of Colorado Denver facilitates participatory research, collaborative planning, and short-...
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Diabetes in youth may increase risk for Alzheimer’s, other diseases

Young people with diabetes may have a significantly higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life, according to a new study by researchers in the...
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CU Connections shifting to summer publication schedule

CU Connections will begin its summer schedule after the May 30 issue, shifting to biweekly publication. New issues are scheduled for publication on the...

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