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CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards celebrate employee-generated solutions
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Weeding through innovations

Weeding out the winners was the daunting task faced by the voting body for the 2018 CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards. In the end, the weeds won. At this...
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Hundreds of CU faculty, staff ready to roll for Bike to Work Day
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Hundreds of CU faculty, staff ready to roll for Bike to Work Day

On Wednesday, June 27, hundreds of CU staff, faculty and students will join thousands of other Coloradans in riding on Bike to Work Day . Last year, more than...
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Heritage Society welcomes 140 new members at annual luncheon

Heritage Society welcomes 140 new members at annual luncheon

Two couples, and the surgeon who performed a life-saving transplant that united them, received a hero’s welcome at the annual University of Colorado Heritage...
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University of Colorado MOOC enrollments top 2 million
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University of Colorado MOOC enrollments top 2 million

A leader in massive open online courses – or MOOCs – the University of Colorado recently exceeded 2 million enrollments since first offering the classes in...
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June payday will return to June
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June payday will return to June

University of Colorado employees who are paid monthly will now receive their June paycheck on the final business day in June, instead of the first business day...
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Is an immunization for stress on the horizon?

Is an immunization for stress on the horizon?

Can probiotics fend off mood disorders? It's too early to say with scientific certainty, but a new study by CU Boulder researchers suggests that one particular...
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TEDx conference ‘Uncommon’ to feature three CU Boulder affiliates

TEDx conference ‘Uncommon’ to feature three CU Boulder affiliates

Three members of the CU Boulder community will speak June 16 at TEDxMileHigh 2018: Uncommon at the Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre at the Denver Center for the...
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Gov. Hickenlooper signs bill for cyber workforce development and research funding

Gov. Hickenlooper signs bill for cyber workforce development and research funding

Flanked by bill sponsors and stakeholders, Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the “Cyber Coding Cryptology for State Records” bill into law in a formal signing...
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Rockin’ litigation in the entertainment industry

Rockin’ litigation in the entertainment industry

From Beatlemania to the #MeToo movement, the causes and outcomes of rock ‘n’ roll litigation are varied and complex. Stan Soocher, an entertainment attorney...
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Fear fighter: Anxiety disorders take center stage in early VR testing

Fear fighter: Anxiety disorders take center stage in early VR testing

Sitting in a soft, blue armchair in a quiet campus office, Nick Harrell slowly tensed. In his mind, the Denver librarian was standing on a busy airport curb...
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Staff Council hears update on paid parental leave policy
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Staff Council hears update on paid parental leave policy

All four University of Colorado campuses are exploring the merits of offering a paid parental leave policy, a move that had been recommended by the CU Staff...
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The original rom-com ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’ kicks off Colorado’s Shakespearience June 8

The original rom-com ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’ kicks off Colorado’s Shakespearience June 8

“In Shakespeare’s wise take on the process of growing up, young men and women try to find themselves,” says Brendon Fox, Director of Love’s Labour’s Lost,...
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Pac-12 sustainability conference to take place at CU Boulder

Pac-12 sustainability conference to take place at CU Boulder

The second annual Pac-12 Sustainability Conference is set to take place Wednesday, July 11 - Thursday, July 12 at the University of Colorado Boulder. The...
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KPWE luncheon, fundraising raises $136,000 for unstoppable women

KPWE luncheon, fundraising raises $136,000 for unstoppable women

The success of seven women, who overcame multiple obstacles to earn a UCCS degree, was celebrated during the 14th Karen Possehl Women’s Endowment Unstoppable...
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Commencement: A day of academic accomplishment, university pride and joyful

Commencement: A day of academic accomplishment, university pride and joyful celebration

The CU Denver Spring 2018 Commencement took place May 12 at the Tivoli Quad on campus. This year, 1,989 students received the honor and valuable asset of a CU...
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Antioxidant supplement helps cystic fibrosis patients, study finds

Antioxidant supplement helps cystic fibrosis patients, study finds

Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado) and the University of Colorado School of Medicine have found that taking a specially...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication
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CU Connections begins summer publication schedule in June

CU Connections will begin its summer publication schedule after the May 31 issue, when issues will appear biweekly. No new issues are scheduled to appear on...
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Regents committee discusses proposed policies on freedom of expression
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Regents committee discusses proposed policies on freedom of expression

The CU Board of Regents’ Governance Committee on Wednesday advanced an extension and clarification of the university’s commitment to free speech in its policy...
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COLTT
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Register now for COLTT 2018

The 21st Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference is set for Aug. 1-2 at the University of Colorado Boulder Wolf Law Building and...
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Headstrong, UCCS Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic offer expanded access for veterans

Veterans who experience what is known as the “hidden wounds of war” like anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, have a new option for treatment...
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Enhancing cities one parking space and trail at a time

Enhancing cities one parking space and trail at a time

Most students cram a textbook or study guide into their backpacks as they race to class. But Anna Rose Cunningham, a first-year Master of Urban and Regional...
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New CU Anschutz course teaches Wilderness Emergency Canine Care
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New CU Anschutz course teaches Wilderness Emergency Canine Care

Buddy wasn’t looking too good. His breathing was rapid and his heart rate almost too fast to count; he could barely wag his tail. He was panting and he went...
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What an all-nighter does to your blood

What an all-nighter does to your blood

Pulling an all-nighter just once can disrupt levels and time of day patterns of more than 100 proteins in the blood, including those that influence blood sugar...
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Cybersecurity, teacher shortage addressed in busy legislative session
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Cybersecurity, teacher shortage addressed in busy legislative session

May 9 marked the end of the Legislature’s four-month session, one that saw the introduction of a record 800 bills introduced at the Capitol. The session also...
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What’s changing in PERA?
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What’s changing in PERA?

In an effort to shore up PERA, the state’s pension system, the Legislature passed SB18-200 late on May 9, the last day of the session. CU has more than 8,600...

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