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2018 W-4 release delayed due to tax rate changes
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2018 W-4 release delayed due to tax rate changes

The passage of the Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017 has implications for University of Colorado faculty and staff. Among them: slightly larger paychecks and a...
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Feminists, formerly incarcerated and foodies headline 2018 Conference on World Affairs

Feminists, formerly incarcerated and foodies headline 2018 Conference on World Affairs

Celebrating its 70th year on the University of Colorado Boulder campus, the Conference on World Affairs is pleased to announce one of its most diverse speaker...
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Jane Goodall to teach newest MOOC on developing compassionate leaders

Globally renowned for her research on the relationship between chimpanzees and humans, Jane Goodall now travels more than 300 days a year sharing her reasons...
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CNN’s Anderson Cooper to speak at March 6 CU event

CNN’s Anderson Cooper to speak at March 6 CU event

Anderson Cooper, an award-winning journalist and host of CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, will speak at Macky Auditorium on March 6. The Distinguished Speakers Board...
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Photo Feature: Ent gala draws community supporters

Photo Feature: Ent gala draws community supporters

More than 800 university and community leaders turned out for a $100 per-person Feb. 3 gala that served as Colorado Springs’ introduction to the UCCS Ent...
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Milo Mile promotes campus community

Milo Mile promotes campus community

Picture this: It’s a chilly February morning on the Tivoli Quad. You’re standing with your arms stretched above your head and your feet hips-width apart. As...
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CU experts show reducing unintended pregnancies saves state money

CU experts show reducing unintended pregnancies saves state money

Thanks in large part to a team of researchers on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, a state program heralded for dramatically reducing...
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Biometric screenings coming to CU campuses
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Biometric screenings coming to CU campuses

Understanding your health can be a puzzle. Beginning Feb. 20, get the full picture with biometric screenings held on each University of Colorado campus and the...
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Flash Forward events place your financial plan in focus
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Flash Forward events place your financial plan in focus

Whether you’re 25 or 55, determining your financial priorities will benefit your entire future. Should you be saving more money or paying off debt? What about...
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CU at the Winter Olympics

CU at the Winter Olympics

The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games begin Feb. 9 and continue through Feb. 25, and the University of Colorado will once again be represented through CU...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Ethnic and Minority Affairs
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Ethnic and Minority Affairs

Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing CU Connections series in which the Faculty Council highlights each of its committees and their efforts. See past...
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Common to speak at CU Boulder on Feb. 20

Common to speak at CU Boulder on Feb. 20

Common, an Academy Award, Golden Globe, Emmy and Grammy-winning actor and musician, will speak at Macky Auditorium at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20. Doors for the...
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CU Art Museum hosts two new exhibitions
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CU Art Museum hosts two new exhibitions

Draw Me In: The Art of Drawing at the CU Art Museum The CU Art Museum at CU Boulder recently opened two new exhibitions. “Draw Me In: The Art of Drawing at the...
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Spring enrollment sets new record

Spring enrollment sets new record

Spring 2018 student enrollment grew by 2 percent, or 206 students, to a record 11,572, according to figures released Feb. 1.
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CU Denver-led startup wins NFL contest for helmet safety

CU Denver-led startup wins NFL contest for helmet safety

The Philadelphia Eagles weren’t the only big winners at this year’s Super Bowl. CU Denver’s own Chris Yakacki, PhD, an associate professor of mechanical...
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Event highlights international and online education efforts

Event highlights international and online education efforts

Budgets, Beijing and the Super Bowl were just some of the foci for 2018’s first Campus Conversation, hosted by Chancellor Dorothy Horrell with Provost Rod...
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Unearthing the effects of climate change on human health

Podcast: Unearthing the effects of climate change on human health

Dr. Jay Lemery is a pioneer in the convergence of climate change and global human health. He is the co-author of Enviromedics: The Impact of Climate Change on...
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CU Advocates Day at the State Capitol
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Summit of leaders – and a call to action – at CU Advocacy Day

Gov. John Hickenlooper addresses the audience at Tuesday's CU Advocacy Day at the Capitol. (All photos by Trevr Merchant) Tuesday’s CU Advocacy Day at the...
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Anti-bullying policy earns preliminary approval of Faculty Council
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Anti-bullying policy earns preliminary approval of Faculty Council

A new workplace bullying policy that governance groups have been working to develop for years earned the approval of the Faculty Council at its Jan. 25 meeting...
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Check your mailbox: tax forms on the way
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Check your mailbox: tax forms on the way

Employees can expect to find their W-2s in their mailboxes and on the portal in the coming week. Form 1042-S has been mailed to international employees, and...
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ODECE, campus Be Woke program gain momentum for 2018

ODECE, campus Be Woke program gain momentum for 2018

The term “woke” has gained widespread cultural currency because of the activism of the Black Lives Matter movement. To be “woke” involves opening one’s eyes to...
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Students to be focus of February Chancellor’s Town Hall

Students to be focus of February Chancellor’s Town Hall

The UCCS student experience will be the focus of a February Chancellor’s Town Hall meeting. Scheduled for 10 a.m. Feb. 13 in Berger Hall, the town hall will...
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Mechanical engineering students start specialization by building lightsabers

Mechanical engineering students start specialization by building lightsabers

The first mechanical engineering course CU Denver students take teaches them how to do 3D modeling with computer-aided design (CAD). In fall 2017, the course (...
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Changes to rating system caused consumers to choose better providers

Changes to rating system caused consumers to choose better providers

Health care report cards and quality ratings are intended to give consumers more information when choosing a care provider like a hospital or nursing home...
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Regents discuss working relationships, presidential search process at winter retreat

At its mid-winter retreat late last week in Colorado Springs, the University of Colorado Board of Regents sought ways to improve how it operates as a board and...

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