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CU Denver rises in the U.S. News & World Report social mobility ranking

CU Denver rises in the U.S. News & World Report social mobility ranking

U.S. News & World Report released its 2022 Best Colleges rankings, naming CU Denver as a top-performing school for social mobility. Having ranked 106th in...
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Climate change fuels multiple threats to society’s health

Climate change fuels multiple threats to society’s health

Labeled a “code red for humanity” in a United Nations report released early last month, climate change has continued to wreak havoc worldwide. In the United...
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System policy updates: Equal pay, sexual misconduct
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System policy updates: Equal pay, sexual misconduct

CU’s Office of Policy and Efficiency has announced changes to several Administrative Policy Statements (APSs) related to the Colorado Equal Pay Act and to APS...
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Overall CU retirement plans fees lowered by almost 50%
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Overall CU retirement plans fees lowered by almost 50%

A new recordkeeping and administrative fee structure for the University of Colorado 401(a) Mandatory Retirement Plan, CU 403(b) Voluntary Retirement Plan and...
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Amid wildfires and a pandemic, here’s how to keep your indoor air clean

Amid wildfires and a pandemic, here’s how to keep your indoor air clean

It’s no secret: The air quality is bad in Colorado this summer. Thus far, the state has issued 59 Ozone Action Day alerts since May 31—the most in a single...
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Call for nominations: 2021 UCSC Staff Excellence Awards

Call for nominations: 2021 UCSC Staff Excellence Awards

UCSC recognizes staff members who have gone above and beyond their job duties and have surpassed expectations. These individuals embody what it means to be CU...
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ALTEC summer language classes start in May

Register now for ALTEC language classes, beginning Monday

Learn world languages with ALTEC this fall. Open to adults worldwide, our lineup of 22 remote, non-credit language classes feature multiple levels of American...
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A self-learning algorithm may help predict how genetic disease occurs

A self-learning algorithm may help predict how genetic disease occurs

Oluwatosin Oluwadare, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, is seeking to answer a fundamental question in genome science: how the physical structure of a...
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Researchers abuzz about bee health

Researchers abuzz about bee health

The CU Denver bees are getting a new home! Christy Briles, PhD, assistant professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and her research team added...
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Mass memorials: A place to grieve, heal, remember

Mass memorials: A place to grieve, heal, remember

Images of the crumbling Twin Towers are invading American living rooms and cellphones, as the 20th anniversary of one of the worst days in the nation’s history...
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Saliman talks priorities with Faculty Council

President Todd Saliman CU President Todd Saliman last week highlighted his priorities for the year with the Faculty Council during the governance group’s Aug...
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New CU Faculty Guide gathers resources in convenient spot
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New CU Faculty Guide gathers resources in convenient spot

By the Faculty Council Communications Committee Ever wonder where to get a headshot, if you can access another campus’s library, what an APS is, or how to get...
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Ancient humans turned elephant remains into a surprising array of bone tools

Ancient humans turned elephant remains into a surprising array of bone tools

Ancient humans could do some impressive things with elephant bones. In a new study, University of Colorado Boulder archaeologist Paola Villa and her colleagues...
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Wren: Examining climate change of the past can reveal strategies to survive in the future

Wren: Examining climate change of the past can reveal strategies to survive in the future

From floods and wildfires to hurricanes, high temperatures and drought, the devastations of climate change have left no human habituation untouched. Humans...
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National Preparedness Month: Campus events teach resiliency skills

National Preparedness Month: Campus events teach resiliency skills

In observance of National Preparedness Month, the CU Denver Emergency Management Division (EMD) is hosting a month-long series of community events and classes...
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Reading the waves: Summit targets pandemic’s evolution

Reading the waves: Summit targets pandemic’s evolution

As the country rides a new wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, it faces a riptide that’s threatening its course. The delta variant, the now-predominant strain of...
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U.S. Space Force, CU announce partnership

U.S. Space Force, CU announce partnership

The U.S. Space Force expanded its University Partnership Program at the University of Colorado during a memorandum of understanding signing event Aug. 20.
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CU Boulder receives $1.1 million in EPA grants to reduce public exposure to wildland fire smoke

CU Boulder receives $1.1 million in EPA grants to reduce public exposure to wildland fire smoke

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have been awarded $1.1 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for two projects to help...
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UCCS names Cybersecurity Education and Research Center in honor of distinguished alumnus Kevin W. O’Neil

UCCS names Cybersecurity Education and Research Center in honor of distinguished alumnus Kevin W. O’Neil

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs today unveiled the Kevin W. O’Neil Cybersecurity Education and Research Center, made possible by the landmark $3...
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UCCS names Cybersecurity Education and Research Center in honor of distinguished alumnus Kevin W. O’Neil

CU Denver’s mascot becomes larger-than-life with new lynx statue

Eight years ago, students led the charge to name Milo, a Canada lynx, as CU Denver’s official mascot. The welcoming of the feline friend, with its distinctive...
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CU experts: Extinguishing smoking stigma, promoting screening can save lives

CU experts: Extinguishing smoking stigma, promoting screening can save lives

Comedian Kathy Griffin’s recently announced lung cancer diagnosis came early and arose from a non-related health screening. A lucky catch, and an...
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Systemwide strategic plan earns backing of Board of Regents
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Systemwide strategic plan earns backing of Board of Regents

The Board of Regents on Friday gave its formal support to the new systemwide strategic plan, a document over two years in the making. The vote was 8-0; Regent...
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Regents approve CU Boulder South annexation

Regents approve CU Boulder South annexation

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Aug. 13 approved the disposition of more than half of the 308-acre CU Boulder South property to the city of...
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Tenure list: August 2021

The CU Board of Regents on Aug. 13 approved 17 tenure awards and appointments. CU Boulder Effective Aug. 16, 2021 Awards of tenure: Erin Espelie, Cinema...
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Newly reorganized, President’s Teaching Scholars Program calls for nominations
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Newly reorganized, President’s Teaching Scholars Program calls for nominations

The President’s Teaching Scholars Program (PTSP), which recognizes University of Colorado educators who skillfully integrate teaching and research at an...

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