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Denver Scholarship Foundation names CU Boulder College Partner of the Year

Denver Scholarship Foundation names CU Boulder College Partner of the Year

The foundation, which seeks to inspire and empower Denver Public Schools students to enroll in and graduate from postsecondary institutions, works with 31...
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UCCS launches Colorado’s first Technical Communication and Information Design degree

UCCS launches Colorado’s first Technical Communication and Information Design degree

On Oct. 11, over 45 UCCS alumni, students, local community partners and faculty attended the launch event for the Technical Communication and Information...
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First-gen faculty have advice for first-gen students

First-gen faculty have advice for first-gen students

Monday, Nov. 8 is national First-Generation College Celebration day. It marks the beginning of First-Gen Week at CU Denver, honoring students who are the first...
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Net Zero Campus Safety building coming to CU Anschutz

Net Zero Campus Safety building coming to CU Anschutz

The Campus Safety & Emergency Preparedness Services building, slated for opening in October 2022, will be constructed at the corner of Victor Street and...
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Board of Regents announces slate of presidential search open forums
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Board of Regents announces slate of presidential search open forums

Chairman John “Jack” Kroll and the Board of Regents invite members of the CU community to take part in a series of open forums as the search for the university...
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CU Boulder, UN Human Rights to co-host global climate summit next fall

CU Boulder, UN Human Rights to co-host global climate summit next fall

As the world’s biggest climate change conference (COP26) begins in Glasgow, Scotland, CU Boulder and UN Human Rights are announcing plans to co-host the Right...
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Photo Feature: UCCS celebrates grand opening of the T. Rowe Price Career and Innovation Center

Photo Feature: UCCS celebrates grand opening of the T. Rowe Price Career and Innovation Center

Career planning is central for any college student — and now, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs’ expanded and relocated hub for career services is...
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Announcing the winners of the 2021 CU Denver Pandemic Research and Creative Activities Awards

Announcing the winners of the 2021 CU Denver Pandemic Research and Creative Activities Awards

The University of Colorado Denver is proud to announce the winners of the CU Denver 2021 Pandemic Research and Creative Activities Award. The strength and...
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State of the Campus 2021: ‘Future is brimming with possibilities’

State of the Campus 2021: ‘Future is brimming with possibilities’

On Oct. 27, Chancellor Don Elliman delivered the 2021 State of the Campus Address virtually. He detailed the growth and forward momentum of the University of...
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CU in southwest Colorado
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CU in southwest Colorado

University of Colorado President Todd Saliman and five members of the Board of Regents last week traveled to southwest Colorado for an outreach trip to...
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University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution

University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution

The University of Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus have become the first research university in the state to attain status as a Hispanic-Serving...
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Transformation and Innovation Program in transition as projects move forward
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Transformation and Innovation Program projects move to IT Governance management

With the decision to consider the components of what had been called the Transformation and Innovation Program (TIP) as individual projects, oversight of key...
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Mini Medical School first CU course to launch on FutureLearn MOOC platform
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Mini Medical School first CU course to launch on FutureLearn MOOC platform

The CU School of Medicine at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus launches the new way to take its renowned Mini Medical School on FutureLearn, the leading European...
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Distinguished lecturer to discuss the science of miniaturization in Nov. 2 presentation

Distinguished lecturer to discuss the science of miniaturization in Nov. 2 presentation

The Distinguished Research Lectureship is among the most esteemed honors bestowed by the faculty upon a faculty member at the University of Colorado Boulder...
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CU Boulder to host Los Seis de Boulder 2021 Symposium

CU Boulder to host Los Seis de Boulder 2021 Symposium

The University of Colorado Boulder will host “Los Seis de Boulder, Race, and Memory” virtual symposium, November 5-6, 2021. The closing session, “Lleva...
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$3 million UCCS grant to address childhood trauma curriculum for psychology providers

$3 million UCCS grant to address childhood trauma curriculum for psychology providers

The Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience at UCCS, in partnership with Dr. Christopher M. Layne, have received a five-year, $3 million federal grant from...
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New engineering, design and computing building will serve as anchor for innovation district outlined in 2030 strategic plan

New engineering, design and computing building will serve as anchor for innovation district outlined in 2030 strategic plan

CU Denver moves forward with plans for a cross-disciplinary building dedicated to top-flight academic, research, and experiential programs that will prepare...
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Leading in prevention of elder abuse: CU Anschutz boasts one of only two teams in nation

Leading in prevention of elder abuse: CU Anschutz boasts one of only two teams in nation

Elder abuse and neglect are major problems – they happen to one in 10 older adults in the United States – and often hide in plain sight. “A lot of times it’s...
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Valerie Simons to serve as interim Chief Compliance Officer for the CU system
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Valerie Simons to serve as interim Chief Compliance Officer for the CU System

Valerie Simons Valerie Simons has been named the interim Chief Compliance Officer and system Title IX coordinator for the University of Colorado System. Simons...
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Register now: CU Data Governance Workshop
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Register now: CU Data Governance Workshop

The CU system Office of Academic Affairs, in collaboration with the Office of Information Security, invites students, faculty and staff from across the...
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Regent Awards
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Office of Academic Affairs invites submissions for annual awards, grants

The CU Office of Academic Affairs invites submissions for 2021-22 awards and grants. Inquiries? AcademicAffairs@cu.edu . AWARDS Nominations for the following...
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$1.2 million grant focuses on violence education, awareness on campus

$1.2 million grant focuses on violence education, awareness on campus

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) and the CU Boulder Police Department (CUPD) are embarking on a two-...
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The library never closes, but it can change

The library never closes, but it can change

“There are different ways to interpret the statement ‘The library never closes,'” write Matthew Jabaily and Tabatha Farney, co-investigators of a new study...
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None of the 19 state-led vaccine lotteries led to increased vaccinations, new CU Denver study finds

None of the 19 state-led vaccine lotteries led to increased vaccinations, new CU Denver study finds

This summer, with fear that COVID-19 vaccination rates were insufficient to control the virus, states across the nation began to employ what was then...
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When should women get screened for breast cancer?

When should women get screened for breast cancer?

We like to think that we make logical decisions, especially in situations when all the relevant information is not just available...but given to us. However,...

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