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Procurement Service Center names partners for lab supplies

Upon completion of a rigorous Request for Proposal (RFP) process, Fisher Scientific and VWR International, providers of lab supplies and equipment, are the...
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PERA officials offer plan for sustainability

PERA officials last week presented their proposal to rescue the ailing retirement fund to the Legislative Audit Committee. The draft legislation, called 2/2/2...
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Hank Brown to lead students on tour of U.S. Capitol's art

Hank Brown, University of Colorado at Boulder political science professor and CU president emeritus, will lead his fall semester class on a Nov. 13-15 trip to...
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Colorado Springs economy recovering slowly

The Colorado Springs economy is in recovery and in better shape than the U.S. as a whole, according to College of Business faculty who spoke at a recent forum...
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Depression Center works to establish national network

Nearly 21 million Americans suffer from depression, bipolar illness or other mood disorders each year, with an estimated economic burden of $83.1 billion each...
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Campus encourages volunteerism with Giving Back Campaign

As the holidays approach, the University of Colorado Denver will be celebrating in an unconventional way. In honor of the season's spirit of giving, Chancellor...
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Annual Report summarizes fundraising, investment performance

The University of Colorado Foundation this week released its annual report. The 36-page document summarizes fundraising and investment performance — including...
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Colorado Combined Campaign looks to system workers for donations

The University of Colorado's 2009 Colorado Combined Campaign for University of Colorado system employees is under way, presenting a slate of more than 700...
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Finances loom large at next Board of Regents meeting

The latest budget outlook, federal stimulus funding, increased overall efficiency and academic rigor are among the topics to be presented by university...
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Colorado cancer researcher earns grant to take on leukemia

Christopher Porter, M.D. A two-year, $1.4 million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant will kick start research in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) at the...
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Veterans Day ceremony to feature Colorado Sen. Shaffer The University of Colorado at Boulder's University Memorial Center, the state's official memorial to war...
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CU astronaut to bring home precious medals at football game

Photo courtesy of NASA In March, astronaut Steve Swanson had a couple of CU medals with him while traveling on the space shuttle Discovery to the International...
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Bike share program gets rolling

A dozen new mountain bikes — free to borrow — are providing alternative transportation on and around campus to students, faculty and staff at the University of...
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School of Medicine to take part in nationwide study of blood pressure

More than 900 million adults worldwide and nearly one in three adult Americans have high blood pressure — one of the most common conditions among middle-aged...
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New leaders named at Board of Trustees meeting

New leaders named at Board of Trustees meeting New leaders were elected to three-year terms at an Oct. 30 meeting of the University of Colorado Foundation...
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New Phoenix Center offers help to students in times of crisis

Kathy Robertson, whose daughter was a student at Metro State when she was killed by her former boyfriend, speaks at the opening of the Phoenix Center at...
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SkillSoft courses

Do you need to learn a new skill quickly? Or need to refresh your memory on a specific topic? SkillSoft courses and resources are available to help solve day-...
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State budget: from bad to worse for higher education

The state higher education budget has been further reduced after Gov. Bill Ritter announced Wednesday that the state's public colleges and universities will...
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Early retirement incentives, presidential search process on agenda for Faculty Council

Early retirement incentives and the University of Colorado's presidential search process are among the agenda topics for the next meeting of the systemwide...
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Registration still open for Coleman Institute conference There's still time to register for the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities' ninth annual...
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Energy Institute makes plans for growth of green mission

The Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) has announced its first group of fellows and plans for future faculty hires. RASEI , a new joint...
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Center shares in $1 million math improvement grant

The Center for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education (CSTEME) based at UCCS will share in a $1 million grant to provide professional development...
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Replica of Vietnam Memorial Wall on display to honor veterans

The University of Colorado Denver campus will host the American Veterans Traveling Tribute, a scaled-down replica of Washington's Vietnam Memorial Wall. In...
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College of Nursing expands offerings in Western Regional Graduate Program

Graduate students from 14 Western states can now attend University of Colorado Denver College of Nursing (CON) programs they don't have in their states while...
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'Giving circle' benefits CU-Boulder School of Education

Lorrie Shepard A growing philanthropic trend is the "giving circle," in which a group of people pool funds to donate to a cause of their choosing. A 2007 study...

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