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Photo feature: Mountain Lion Park opens

Photo feature: Mountain Lion Park opens

Sunny skies and warm temperatures complimented the excitement from nearly 400 campus and community leaders, fans, construction personnel and donors for the...
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Vicente Fox, Nigel Farage will visit campus April 3

Vicente Fox, Nigel Farage will visit campus April 3

The former president of Mexico and the architect of Brexit will speak in a moderated debate “Nationalism vs. Globalism” April 3 on the UCCS campus. Vicente Fox...
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Researchers abuzz about bee health

Researchers abuzz about bee health

What’s the buzz on the CU Denver campus, especially with spring just around the corner? More bees!
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Shared decision making can result in better choices

Shared decision making can result in better choices

As more and more older patients are offered advanced treatments for chronic diseases, including surgeries and implantable devices, new questions have arisen...
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Call for award nominations: Chase Faculty Community Service, Thomas Jefferson
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Call for award nominations: Chase Faculty Community Service, Thomas Jefferson

The Office of Academic Affairs is soliciting nominations for spring 2018 awards. Please direct inquiries to AcademicAffairs@cu.edu . Chase Faculty Community...
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CU Boulder acquires a major trove of modern art

CU Boulder acquires a major trove of modern art

Queen Elizabeth had just traveled the Tube, the first reigning British monarch to ride it. The Tate released 90 pigeons in honor of Picasso’s 90th birthday...
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Buffs prominent in Peace Corps rankings

Buffs prominent in Peace Corps rankings

CU Boulder is ranked No. 11 in the nation for graduates serving as Peace Corps volunteers, with 56 alumni currently serving around the world, the Peace Corps...
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Diversity and Inclusion Summit to tackle classroom speech issues

Diversity and Inclusion Summit to tackle classroom speech issues

College campuses have historically provided a forum for the exchange of ideas, including those that come from various ideological and critical perspectives.
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Is your resume ruining your chances?

Is your resume ruining your chances?

The CU Denver Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) hosted the second session in its four-part Career Edge Webinar Series aimed at sharing expert advice and...
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Patients with advanced cancer may be less competent to make decisions than doctors

Patients with advanced cancer may be less competent to make decisions than doctors think

Patients with terminal cancer face difficult decisions. What treatment options support their goals? When is it reasonable to discontinue care? A study...
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President’s Diversity Award recipients honored for contributions to inclusive excellence
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President’s Diversity Award recipients honored for contributions to inclusive excellence

The CU President’s Diversity Award committee has announced three awards for 2018. The President’s Diversity Award recognizes significant achievements of...
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Hickenlooper honored by Faculty Council
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Hickenlooper honored by Faculty Council

Members of the Faculty Council were welcomed into Gov. John Hickenlooper's office, where he received the council's Leadership in Public Higher Education Award...
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Benefits, annual awards discussed by Staff Council
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Benefits, annual awards discussed by Staff Council

The University of Colorado Staff Council discussed a variety of issues during its regular monthly meeting Feb. 15 on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. During the...
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Ensuring the backend of online learning is front and center

Ensuring the backend of online learning is front and center

A lot of behind-the-scenes work takes place so that learners and students throughout the country can seamlessly take online courses from the University of...
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CU Boulder appoints W.B. Allen, Stephen B. Presser visiting scholars in conservative thought, policy

CU Boulder appoints W.B. Allen, Stephen B. Presser visiting scholars in conservative thought, policy

W.B. Allen and Stephen B. Presser have been named as the 2018-19 Visiting Scholars in Conservative Thought and Policy at the University of Colorado Boulder.
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Construction-based toys and video games help develop childhood spatial skills

Construction-based toys and video games help develop childhood spatial skills

Childhood play experiences strongly shape a person's spatial skills, according to a new CIRES-led study—those skills can be critical to success in fields like...
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Frankenstein turns 200: We dare you to stitch together your own creation

Frankenstein turns 200: We dare you to stitch together your own creation

It was a dark and stormy night ... Nineteen-year-old Mary Shelley was writing Frankenstein on a dare. Two hundred years later, the classic horror novel of the...
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Chancellor’s Town Hall: How to meet the needs of today’s student

Chancellor’s Town Hall: How to meet the needs of today’s student

“How are we meeting the needs and expectations of our students?” That question provided the foundation for more than 140 faculty, staff and students to...
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Coordinator Fontana facilitates access and equity

Coordinator Fontana facilitates access and equity

Lauren Fontana used to spend her days living in code. A graduate of the University of Michigan with a BSE in computer science in engineering, she designed...
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Overcoming a health challenge and finding purpose

Overcoming a health challenge and finding purpose

Specializing in occupational medicine allows Dr. Keteyian to help others surmount adversity and regain sense of identity
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Proposed CU budget: salary merit pool, low tuition increases
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Proposed CU budget: salary merit pool, low tuition increases

CU’s proposed 2018-19 budget includes minimal tuition increases and a 3 percent salary merit pool that is consistent with the governor’s state budget request...
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Online education plan gains momentum
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Online education plan gains momentum

At its November board meeting, the CU Board of Regents approved a progressive $20 million proposal to implement the university’s online education goals over...
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CU to offer first MOOC-delivered electrical engineering master’s
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CU to offer first MOOC-delivered electrical engineering master’s

The CU Board of Regents last week unanimously approved a new and innovative MOOC-delivered master’s degree in electrical engineering – the first of its type in...
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Regents approve changes to Regent Laws’ Article 12
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Regents approve changes to Regent Laws’ Article 12

The Board of Regents last week approved changes to Regent Laws’ Article 12: Tuition, Fees, Scholarships, and Loans and the related Regent Policies 12.A:...
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CU Board of Regents
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Regents notes: Discussion of emerging issues; athletics contracts

The CU Board of Regents plans to set aside an hour at each regular meeting to discuss emerging issues that could become relevant to the university, an...

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