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Students build safe, eco-friendly shelter for environmental researchers in Antarctica

At a public exhibition June 7, CU Denver’s College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) celebrated completion of Phase I of its Colorado Building Workshop two-...
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CU Anschutz researchers work with Colorado communities to develop trustworthy and relevant COVID-19 information

Having obtained a CEAL grant for Colorado, Donald Nease, MD, local researchers and community partners through the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences...
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Infectious disease containment, anxiety disorder interventions among collaborative projects funded by AB Nexus grants

Latest AB Nexus grants advance innovative intercampus research projects

The AB Nexus collaboration between CU Anschutz and CU Boulder is yielding impressive results. AB Nexus teams have garnered more than $4 million in external...
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o	Congratulations to the Class of 2022: Commencement in Photos

Congratulations to the Class of 2022: Commencement in Photos

Graduates of the class of 2022 celebrate at the first in-person spring commencement ceremony in two years.
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Revisions to systemwide academic-related administrative policy statements approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) announces changes to the following academic-related administrative policy statements (APSs), which became effective...
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A tale of two tails: Dog actors make debut at Colorado Shakespeare Festival

Two unlikely actors will make an appearance at this year’s Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Mabel, an 8-year-old lab-mix, and Zebulon, a black lab trained for...
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UCCS to pilot Learning Assistants peer tutoring program

Using funding from a $300,000 CU Next award, UCCS will work alongside CU Boulder and CU Denver to pilot a new Learning Assistants program to bring peer...
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City living: CU Denver and Colorado Smart Cities Alliance partnership addresses growing need for urban solutions

As the state’s only public urban research university and a premiere partner to the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance, CU Denver is providing research, education,...
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Tech-minded teams honored with CU Innovation & Efficiency Awards
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Tech-minded teams honored with CU Innovation & Efficiency Awards

Patches and transcripts and rats – oh, my! No flying monkeys just yet – however, someone, somewhere at CU is probably working on it! This year’s CU Innovation...
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Creating an inclusive curriculum at Centaurus High and beyond

Creating an inclusive curriculum at Centaurus High and beyond

Alexis Campos and fellow juniors at Lafayette’s Centaurus High School have a big dream: They want their school to offer an ethnic studies course dedicated to...
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Photo Feature: Marcy and Bruce Benson Atrium dedication

Photo Feature: Marcy and Bruce Benson Atrium dedication

UCCS formally dedicated the glass-enclosed, three-story atrium in Dwire Hall to Bruce and Marcy Benson, retired President and First Lady of the CU System.
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Race day in photos: CU Denver sponsors iconic Colfax Marathon

What better way to end a successful Commencement weekend than by participating in one of the country’s largest marathons alongside more than 30,000 people from...
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Doctor duo helps lift women peers from depths of burnout

They witnessed increased burnout among their peers and experienced it themselves, so Tyra Fainstad, MD, and Adrienne Mann, MD, launched a coaching program that...
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CU Connections shifts to summer publication schedule in June

CU Connections begins its summer schedule after today’s issue, shifting to biweekly publication. New issues are scheduled to appear on the following dates (...
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UCCS Commencement

UCCS celebrates spring Class of 2022

UCCS conferred nearly 1,600 degrees to students from the Classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022 during the spring 2022 Commencement ceremonies, held at the Broadmoor...
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CU Denver Commencement: ‘Follow your heart, rely on your education’

CU Denver Commencement: ‘Follow your heart, rely on your education’

Alum Thomas Evans, aka Detour, delivered a powerful speech on his career path to renowned muralist at CU Denver’s first in-person Commencement ceremony in...
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It’s been unusually windy this spring. Here’s why you should care.

Think it’s been unusually windy on the Front Range this spring? You’re right. The National Weather Service in Boulder issued a record 16 red flag warnings—a...
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33 faculty-student pairs part of largest-ever Undergraduate Research Academy cohort

33 student-faculty pairs have been awarded funds to conduct original, year-long research projects and creative works. The teams make up the largest-ever UCCS...
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CU Denver CityCenter announces 2022-23 TIAA Chancellor’s Urban Engaged Scholars

One faculty member from each school and college has been selected to receive the TIAA Chancellor’s Urban Engaged Scholars award for the second year. Presented...
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OCD ruled Moksha Patel’s life until a rare surgical procedure changed everything

Moksha Patel is a successful senior instructor at CU School of Medicine and MBA candidate at CU Denver. He has been dealing with severe OCD his whole life...
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Historic $200 million commitment to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus fuels advancements in treatments and cures

Historic $200 million commitment to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus fuels advancements in treatments and cures

CU Anschutz today announced the creation of the Gates Institute - a new institute to help scientists develop cell and gene therapeutics more effectively. The...
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Photos: Celebrating Commencement 2022

Photos: Celebrating Commencement 2022

There was no shortage of glee, pride and nostalgia as tens of thousands of people gathered to celebrate the CU Boulder Class of 2022. The commencement ceremony...
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Photo Feature: UCCS celebrates opening of newly renovated cybersecurity center

Cybersecurity is increasingly central to our lives. The expansion of the O’Neil Cybersecurity Education and Research Center, launched this week, will address...
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Unveiling the Rebecca Kantor Digital Atelier

On the afternoon of May 3, CU Denver unveiled a special space inside the School of Education & Human Development (SEHD). The exquisite Rebecca Kantor...
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Multiple diagnoses are the norm with mental illness; new genetic study explains why

More than half of people diagnosed with one psychiatric disorder will be diagnosed with a second or third in their lifetime. About a third have four or more...

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