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CCTSI conference attracts researchers statewide

Imagine you have conducted a study and want to tell the world about the findings. Or suppose your research results show great promise for a particular cancer...
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Philip DiStefano to retire as CU Boulder chancellor, lead in other campus roles

Philip DiStefano to retire as CU Boulder chancellor, lead in other campus roles

Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced he plans to retire as chancellor after nearly 15 years in the role and 50 years on campus. A national search will be...
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D’Elia recognized as President’s Employee of the Year
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D’Elia recognized as President’s Employee of the Year

Gwendolyn D’Elia, training specialist with Advancement at CU system administration, recently was honored as the 2024 President’s Employee of the Year. D’Elia...
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Coleman Institute launches new electronic newsletter

The Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities invites anyone interested to subscribe to its new electronic newsletter. Click here to access the form and...
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Photo feature: Chancellor Emeritus Venkat Reddy breakfast reception

On Sept. 21 at the Kevin W. O’Neil Cybersecurity Education & Research Center, the UCCS community celebrated Venkat Reddy’s service as UCCS Chancellor and...
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The power of math: A Q&A with STEM educator Dennis DeBay

DeBay spent a decade in the classroom as a high school and computer science teacher before shifting to higher education. He has a PhD and MEd from Boston...
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Military standout brings strength to women in medicine

Even with the odds sometimes stacked against them, women can succeed in medicine, a fact that Kathleen Flarity epitomizes and teaches. As burnout in the...
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The appeal of an almighty ‘super app’ to rule your phone

It remains to be seen whether so-called super apps will catch on in the U.S., where the average smartphone user has 80 apps installed and interacts with almost...
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Anthem enrollees: Move your maintenance and specialty medications soon
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Anthem enrollees: Move your maintenance and specialty medications soon

CVS Caremark manages all prescription medicine coverage for the University of Colorado’s Anthem-administered plans. With the plan year that began July 1, the...
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CU approved to establish FAMLI leave plan

CU approved to establish FAMLI leave plan

The University of Colorado will administer a self-funded and self-administered paid family leave program to provide benefits outlined by Colorado’s Paid Family...
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Regents Audit Committee hears reports from Internal Audit

The Regents Audit Committee on Sept. 13 met via Zoom, receiving quarterly and annual reports from Internal Audit , and advancing the committee’s plans for the...
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Accessing Higher Ground Conference offers discount to CU campuses

Members of CU campus communities receive at least a 5% registration discount for the Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference,...
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Reminder: CU Data Center move begins Oct. 6

University of Colorado systemwide applications will be unavailable starting at noon Friday, Oct. 6 until 8 a.m. Monday, Oct. 9 during the CU Data Center Move.
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Research & Innovation Week set for Oct. 16-20 at CU Boulder

The fifth annual Research & Innovation Week is designed to elevate awareness across campus, build a sense of shared community, create opportunities for...
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Geography & Environmental Studies students are elevating research

UCCS students are taking research to new heights. Six students in the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies (GES) joined GES Associate Professor...
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CU Denver ranked No. 1 for social mobility by U.S. News and World Report three years in a row

For the third consecutive year, CU Denver is ranked No. 1 in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region for improving students’ social mobility through higher...
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‘Poisoned’: Assessing the ‘Dirty Truth’ about foodborne illness

“Poisoned: The Dirty Truth About Your Food” has attracted public attention and spoiled more than a few appetites. Safety experts talk about the hits and misses...
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Take key steps before student loan repayments resume

Take key steps before student loan repayments resume

With the U.S. Department of Education’s COVID-19 student loan payment pause ending on Oct. 1, it’s prime time to take important steps to manage your student...
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Office of Academic Affairs invites submissions for fall awards, grants
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Office of Academic Affairs invites submissions for fall awards, grants

The CU system Office of Academic Affairs is soliciting submissions for its fall slate of awards and grants. President’s Fund for the Humanities Grant The...
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Tenure list: September 2023

The CU Board of Regents on Sept. 7 approved two tenure appointments. CU Boulder Effective Sept. 7, 2023 Appointments with tenure: Sarah Jackson, Professor,...
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CU on the Weekend returns Sept. 23

CU on the Weekend will return this month with a fall series that will take audience members on a journey from Antarctica to Ancient Rome. On Sept. 23,...
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UCCS earns second Military Spouse Friendly designation

For the second year in a row, UCCS has been named a Military Spouse Friendly School. The recognition is given to universities that create sustainable and...
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Bees and other flying insects at greater risk of climate change extinction, according to CU Denver and Georgia Tech researchers

In response to rising global temperatures, many plants and animals are moving to higher elevations to survive in cooler temperatures. But a new study from CU...
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National Suicide Prevention Week helps to break the stigma around mental health

As one of the leading causes of death in the United States, suicide has likely touched the lives of many people in some way. For nearly 50 years, National...
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What’s in the forecast for COVID-19?

What’s in the forecast for COVID-19?

A CU Anschutz infectious disease expert and a veteran virologist offer their insights on COVID-19, its circulating strains and an upcoming vaccine.

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