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Charlie Sweet, Vice Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives, retires after three decades with CU

Charlie Sweet, Vice Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives, retires after three decades with CU

After three decades, Charles “Charlie” Sweet, Vice Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives at UCCS, will bid the University of Colorado farewell — at least...
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What the Wordle trend can teach us about language and technology

Alexis Palmer, assistant professor of linguistics at CU Boulder, is a self-described word game aficionado. She is also a computational linguist, a subfield of...
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Venture Attractor welcomes its 2022 Cohort 1

The Colorado Springs Venture Attractor welcomed its 2022 Cohort 1 companies into their Boot-Up Camp last month. Four Colorado-based ventures have joined the...
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College of Architecture and Planning exhibit honors Colorado’s first licensed Black architect

For the first time in two years, students, faculty, and staff gathered in-person for the grand opening of CAP’s latest exhibition at its second floor gallery...
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Transforming practitioners into researchers: ACCORDS’ SCORE Fellowship

The Surgical/subspecialists Clinical Outcomes Research (SCORE) Fellowship at ACCORDS is a one-of-a-kind opportunity allowing physicians to gain skills and...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Budget and Finance
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Budget and Finance

Top from left, Monique French, Diana White, Rhonda Glazier, Vicki Grove; bottom from left, David Paradis, Carol Dee, Todd Ely, Chad Marturano. Editor’s note:...
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Back to the office at 1800 Grant
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Back to the office at 1800 Grant

CU’s system offices this week regained a level of vitality and energy not experienced in nearly two years with the full reopening of 1800 Grant St. in Denver...
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CU moves to liquidate its investment in Russian companies

The University of Colorado is taking steps to exit from its investments in Russian companies, sending a message that it stands in solidarity with the people of...
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Summit shines light on climate change as human rights crisis

To confront the existential threat that is climate change, governments, industry and institutions of higher education must give voice to those most affected by...
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UCCS researcher develops novel research framework to understand motor vehicle theft — and other crimes

New research published by Diep Dao, Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, could turn our current understanding of...
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School of Public Affairs establishes new Center for Policy and Democracy

The Center for Policy and Democracy is a hub for research, teaching, and community engagement on public policy and democracy.
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A new smartphone app could increase vaccination of pediatric transplant patients

While most conversations about vaccinations concern the COVID-19 vaccine, Dr. Amy Feldman is focusing on vaccinations of a different kind. The standard kind.
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Call for submissions: President’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awards and Grants
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Call for submissions: President’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awards and Grants

Submissions now are being accepted for this year’s President’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Awards and the President’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion...
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CU System Office fully reopens to the public on Monday
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CU System Office fully reopens to the public on Monday

The University of Colorado’s System Administration Office will fully reopen to the public on Monday, Feb. 28. System Administration departments will implement...
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Terri Fiez, vice chancellor for research and innovation, to retire in June

Terri Fiez, vice chancellor for research and innovation, to retire in June

As vice chancellor for research and innovation and dean of the institutes, Fiez leads CU Boulder’s Research and Innovation Office (RIO), which oversees...
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Even minor exposure to light before bedtime may disrupt a preschooler’s sleep

Even slight exposure to light can prompt the critical sleep-promoting hormone melatonin to plummet in preschoolers in the hour before bedtime, potentially...
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UCCS research team shows mentors for multiply marginalized youths can create successful outcomes — even virtually

In a recent publication, a research team entirely comprised of UCCS-affiliated faculty and staff examined whether or not therapeutic mentorship for multiply...
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Community shines through at LYNX UP celebration of faculty and staff philanthropy

The Terrace Room at the Lawrence Street Center buzzed with energy the morning of Friday, Feb. 18 as members of the CU Denver community joined Chancellor...
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Oral health report: Mouth serves as gateway to overall health

While oral healthcare has dramatically improved over the past 20 years, especially in digital technology and restorative dentistry, access to routine and...
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Regents hear budget proposals for 2022-23
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Regents hear budget proposals for 2022-23

The Board of Regents on Friday heard details of three potential budget scenarios for the 2022-23 fiscal year. Chad Marturano, acting chief financial officer...
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Retirement Ready
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Don’t just leap into retirement: Make a plan with Retirement Ready

Like any new adventure, retirement can be exciting — and intimidating. Many of us welcome the ability to shift focus toward our loved ones and hobbies or the...
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Regent policy update: Revisions relate to naming facilities, equal pay, more

The Board of Regents last week approved revisions to several policies. Regents approve revisions to regent policies 2.F and 11.F, effective Feb. 10, 2022 The...
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New commercialization report shows record-breaking results for CU Boulder innovations

When it comes to translating ideas into impact at CU Boulder, the tangible results from 2021 are eye-popping, even record-breaking. Venture Partners at CU...
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Marshall Fire CONVERGE forum set for 2 p.m. today

CONVERGE Virtual Forums bring together researchers and research partners to more effectively communicate, coordinate, and collaborate after major disaster...
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$550,000 to fund UCCS community-focused healthcare, wellness and resilience programs

Investing in the health and wellness of the Colorado Springs and broader communities is at the heart of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS)...

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