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CU Denver names internationally acclaimed SmithGroup as design firm for new engineering, design and computing building

As plans for the university’s new engineering, design and computing building progress, Chancellor Michelle Marks used one word to describe the project:...
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Can COVID-causing coronavirus outwit human innate immune response?

As Americans cross their fingers, hoping the pandemic stays behind them, scientists across the country remain focused on the novel coronavirus, intent on...
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COLTT Conference announces inaugural Faculty Program Chair Janice Thorpe
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COLTT Conference announces inaugural Faculty Program Chair Janice Thorpe

Thorpe Janice Thorpe, Ph.D., will serve as the first Faculty Program Chair of the Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference, now...
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Multipronged approach prevents data breach

Multipronged approach prevents data breach

On Dec. 11, 2021, just as students were preparing for final exams, the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency...
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Why permanent daylight saving time is a bad idea

Why permanent daylight saving time is a bad idea

When Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Edward Markey of Massachusetts introduced the bipartisan Sunshine Protection Act earlier this month, they rattled off...
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UCCS retains Military Friendly Gold ranking

Continued commitment to the success of military-affiliated students has led to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs’ seventh-consecutive Gold...
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CU Denver partners with Northeastern Junior College to offer early childhood, elementary, special education teaching degrees

The far-reaching impact of the work of CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) is demonstrated by the many projects that serve as...
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Promising Alzheimer’s drug may also improve memory in Down syndrome and normal aging

A new study shows that a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease may also improve cognitive function in people with Down syndrome. The drug sargramostim (...
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Call for proposals: President’s Fund for the Humanities
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Call for proposals: President’s Fund for the Humanities

The Office of Academic Affairs is now accepting proposals from full-time faculty members for the President’s Fund for the Humanities . Funding requests can...
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Become a better leader by understanding Total Worker Health
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Become a better leader by understanding Total Worker Health

Employee well-being and workplace culture continue to grow in importance for managers and employees alike, in the face of challenges presented by the COVID-19...
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CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards program attracts big ideas
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CU Innovation and Efficiency Awards program attracts big ideas

At the Office of University Controller, we’ve been hearing from many CU employees about their outstanding innovations and process improvements during this year...
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Match Day ceremony reveals residency locations for graduating students at CU School of Medicine

Match Day ceremony reveals residency locations for graduating students at CU School of Medicine

After four often-grueling years of medical school, more than 150 fourth-year students from the University of Colorado School of Medicine took the next step in...
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U.S. representatives to hold bipartisan discussion on climate solutions April 14

Join U.S. representatives Joe Neguse (D-Colorado, in person) and John Curtis (R-Utah, virtual) in a panel discussion about bipartisan climate solutions on...
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UCCS alum named 2022 Colorado Teacher of Year and national finalist

In the education world, leadership is often associated with the top-down aspirations of administration. But for Glenwood Springs Middle School science teacher...
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Chancellor Marks announces new Chief of Staff

University of Colorado Denver Chancellor Michelle Marks is pleased to announce the appointment of Dan Maxey as the university’s new Chief of Staff.
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CU Next Awards boost intercampus teams pursuing academic innovation

CU Next award proposal deadline is April 4

The Office of Academic Affairs systemwide CU Next Award is now accepting proposals through April 4, 2022, with awardees to be announced by the end of spring...
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Find your way to the best health plan (for you)
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Find your way to the best health plan (for you)

Deciding which health insurance plan is right for you can be overwhelming — but it doesn’t have to be. All the necessary tools and resources you need to help...
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President’s Fund for the Humanities proposals due April 4

President’s Fund for the Humanities proposals due April 4

The Office of Academic Affairs is now accepting proposals from full-time faculty members for the President’s Fund for the Humanities. Funding requests can...
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New policy on lactation space approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) announced the approval of a new administrative policy statement on lactation space. This new policy requires the...
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March 22: One year later, traumatic event resources and support available

Traumatic events and anniversaries can impact people in different and unexpected ways. Reactions may happen to people who experienced the event firsthand, to...
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During Women’s History Month, video eyes future of engineering

The future of engineering at CU Boulder is one of inclusivity, diversity, and resilience. Since our first female graduate in 1903, our women students and...
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UCCS ranked among the most bicycle-friendly universities in the nation

For the second time in a row, UCCS has been ranked among the most bicycle-friendliest universities in the nation, according to The League of American...
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Four takeaways from March 10 Community Conversations: Equity-serving institution

If one thing was made clear during the March 10 Community Conversation, it’s that becoming an equity-serving institution is a top priority and collective...
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Possibilities Endless: Lilia Cervantes, M.D.

While practicing medicine at Denver Health, Lilia Cervantes, MD, researcher and associate professor of hospital medicine and director of immigrant health at...
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CU Denver | Anschutz honored to receive Military Friendly Schools Gold Award designation

CU Denver | Anschutz honored to receive Military Friendly Schools Gold Award designation

The University of Colorado Denver and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have received the Military Friendly Schools: Gold Award designation,...

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