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IT procurement a key piece of puzzle for Transformation and Innovation
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IT procurement a key piece of puzzle for Transformation and Innovation Program

New approaches to procurement of Information Technology (IT) are being examined as part of CU’s Transformation and Innovation Program (TIP), which continues to...
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Online course free to CU community examines race and social justice
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Online course free to CU community examines race and social justice

A new course available free to the CU community aims to stimulate meaningful discussion and engagement on the topics of racial discrimination and social...
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CU Board of Regents
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District 6 candidates for Board of Regents slated for virtual forum

Candidates for the CU Board of Regents in the 6th Congressional District are slated to present their views in an Oct. 5 virtual forum. Murray CU faculty, staff...
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Awards highlight innovation in the time of COVID
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Awards highlight innovation in the time of COVID

It took some innovation on the part of the Office of University Controller (OUC), but the 2020 CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards voting finally took place in...
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For flu season, give yourself a shot at good health
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For flu season, give yourself a shot at good health

The CDC recommends that you and your family members get a flu vaccine in September or October. Because it takes about two weeks for the flu vaccine to provide...
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September Town Hall provides update on enrollment, budget and testing procedures

September Town Hall provides update on enrollment, budget and testing procedures

Chancellor Reddy and a panel of campus leaders provided updates on the state of enrollments, budgetary and personnel matters and forthcoming health and safety...
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Overall enrollment declines, but historic gains in diversity, graduation rates provide bright spots

Overall enrollment declines, but historic gains in diversity, graduation rates provide bright spots

This fall semester, CU Boulder recorded its most diverse and one of its most academically well-prepared classes of new first-year students in university...
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Visiting Author Series set for October
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Visiting Author Series set for October

A grant from the President’s Fund for the Humanities is supporting a Visiting Author Series in October at UCCS. Leslie Rapparlie, senior instructor of rhetoric...
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Department of Energy awards $1 million to CU Denver-led team for computational biology

Department of Energy awards $1 million to CU Denver-led team for computational biology

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $5 million in funding for six new research projects in computational biology, $1,049,639 of which goes to Chris...
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CU scientists secure $1 million to explore COVID-19 and Down syndrome

CU scientists secure $1 million to explore COVID-19 and Down syndrome

While little is known about COVID-19’s effects on people with Down syndrome, early studies suggest the SARS-CoV-2 virus results in more hospitalizations and...
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For Sale: CU South Denver
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CU South Denver facility to be sold

While the University of Colorado has announced its intention to sell the CU South Denver facility, officials say the university remains committed to serving...
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Constitution Day
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Watch: President Kennedy presents panel discussion celebrating Constitution Day

University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy convened a panel of some of his national peer higher education colleagues to celebrate Constitution Day, the...
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Policy
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Revisions to systemwide policy on special tuition status implemented

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced the revisions to APS8012-Special Tuition Status have now been implemented, effective Sept. 10, 2020...
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Art and social justice focus of community series

Art and social justice focus of community series

Social justice and the arts take center stage this fall as part of a free virtual public series featuring CU Boulder and community artists and educators.
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Digital conference to explore origins of writing

Digital conference to explore origins of writing

The CSO Origins of Writing program will conclude with a digital conference taking place on Friday, September 18th and Saturday, September 19th. This digital...
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Three health workshops to better care for yourself and others

Three health workshops to better care for yourself and others

Back by popular demand, CU System Administration Human Resources and the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center have teamed up to re-run three virtual...
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Remote Control

Remote control: Professors who choose remote course format

While students were wondering how CU Denver would offer classes during the fall after COVID-19 upended everything, professors and administrators were hard at...
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Preemptive strike against Alzheimer’s could markedly change course

Preemptive strike against Alzheimer’s could markedly change course

Could getting a flu shot every year as an older adult or taking piano lessons as a young child help curb the upward trajectory of Alzheimer’s disease as the...
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Athletes, celebrities talk conquering illness on ‘We Are Unstoppable’ podcast

Athletes, celebrities talk conquering illness on ‘We Are Unstoppable’ podcast

Launching this week is a new podcast We Are Unstoppable from Colorado sports radio hosts and personalities Les Shapiro and Vic Lombardi. The podcast features...
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CU On the Air Podcast: Dan Baker, Mark Kennedy

CU on the Air podcast: CU Boulder team builds Hope for trek to Mars

United Arab Emirates sent its first mission to Mars, the Hope Mars Mission, on July 19. And although the launch was more than 6,000 miles from Colorado, the...
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Policy
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Changes to systemwide policy on faculty appointments approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced additional revisions to APS 5060 - Faculty Appointments, effective Sept. 1, 2020. When the restructured...
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conference on world affairs

See the CWA virtual speaker lineup for today and Friday

The CU Boulder Conference on World Affairs virtual event September 10-11, will feature 8 sessions over 2 days discussing leadership and human connection. The...
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All-female physicist team publishes research on magnetic domain walls

All-female physicist team publishes research on magnetic domain walls

An all-female team of Colorado physicists, including former associate professor of physics Karen Livesey and UCCS alumna Alex Stuart ’19, recently published...
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What is learned here leaves here — the role of the public university in the fight for racial justice

What is learned here leaves here — the role of the public university in the fight for racial justice

Recent events have crystalized the fact that racism impacts everyday life for millions of Americans. To deny this truth would be harmful.
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Research Summit Joins Colorado Experts Battling COVID-19

Research Summit joins Colorado experts battling COVID-19

Choosing a theme for this year’s eighth annual CCTSI CU-CSU Summit took little effort for organizers of the event. With the world enveloped in a pandemic, the...

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