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'Early Career Scientist Day' brings statewide researchers together

'Early Career Scientist Day' brings statewide researchers together

More than 50 researchers greeted Colorado lawmakers entering the Capitol building on Jan. 19, with the aim of raising awareness of the importance of research...
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New international employees must schedule tax appointment
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New international employees must schedule tax appointment

The International Tax Office in Employee Services strives to be a valuable touchpoint for international employees throughout their CU careers – and that all...
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Incoming journalists are tech savvy but lack 'the basics'

Incoming journalists are tech savvy but lack 'the basics'

Journalists entering the news business today are better trained in video, audio, social media and web skills than they were five years ago, according to a new...
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New business filings continue to rise in Q4 2017, pointing to job growth

New business filings continue to rise in Q4 2017, pointing to job growth

Colorado added more new business filings in 2017, indicating job growth could follow in the near term according to a CU Boulder report released today by...
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CU on the Weekend lectures begin Saturday

CU on the Weekend lectures begin Saturday

Government speech, forensic botany, asteroids and environmental history of the High Rockies take center stage this spring as part of the CU on the Weekend...
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Photo Feature: Ent Center for the Arts opens

Photo Feature: Ent Center for the Arts opens

More than 200 faculty and staff celebrated the opening of the Ent Center for the Arts during a Jan. 17 open house. Public remarks took place in the Murray and...
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Take a preview tour of campus gem

Take a preview tour of campus gem

With the calendar’s turn to 2018, construction on the Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center is in the home stretch. What began as a student-led effort...
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Method to assess early intervention programs is flawed

Method to assess early intervention programs is flawed

Researchers urge better evaluation of early intervention programs serving infants and toddlers with developmental problems
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status
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Deadlines approaching for 2018 Boettcher Webb-Waring biomedical research grants

Applications still are being accepted for the 2018 Boettcher Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program to support research that has a direct impact on...
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Call for nominations: Staff Council Service Excellence Award
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Call for nominations: Staff Council Service Excellence Award

University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) is soliciting nominations of classified and university staff employees for the annual Service Excellence Award...
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Tuition waiver pilot program
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Spring tuition waiver benefit online applications due Jan. 31

Employees and dependents who want to save money on their spring tuition bill must submit their tuition waiver benefit application by Wednesday, Jan. 31. The...
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CU Advocacy Day at the Colorado State Capitol
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CU supporters to gather with state leaders at Capitol

CU Advocacy Day, an annual opportunity for CU Advocates and guests to engage with state leaders at the Capitol, is set for 3-5 p.m. Jan. 30. Presented by the...
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New scholarship fund supports underrepresented local students at Leeds

New scholarship fund supports underrepresented local students at Leeds

A philanthropic investment from Boulder donors Chuck Bellock and his wife Madeleine Morrison will support the success of underrepresented Colorado...
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Annual campus appreciation reception set for Jan. 25

Annual campus appreciation reception set for Jan. 25

Chancellor Venkat Reddy invites faculty and staff to celebrate the achievements of the past year in a campus appreciation reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Jan...
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College of Nursing fourth in Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs

College of Nursing fourth in Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs

The University of Colorado College of Nursing has been ranked fourth nationally in Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs by U.S. News & World Report.
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Education dean confers master’s degree on her daughter

Education dean confers master’s degree on her daughter

Maxine Martin was one of more than 1,200 new graduates honored on Saturday at CU Denver Fall Commencement 2017. But she was the only one who received her...
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PERA puzzle, Title IX changes among issues affecting CU at Capitol
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PERA puzzle, Title IX changes among issues affecting CU at Capitol

Reform of the Colorado Public Employees’ Retirement Association (PERA), changes to Title IX, the opioid epidemic and teacher shortage are among the issues...
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CU’s MOOC and specialization offerings leap forward

CU’s MOOC and specialization offerings leap forward

The world of massive open online courses (MOOCs) is changing rapidly, and the University of Colorado is a leader in its evolution. Among a recent surge of 600...
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APS Changes
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New year brings 13 systemwide policy changes

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to 13 Administrative Policy Statements (one rescission, seven revisions and five new) from the...
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Regent Coverage
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Changes to Regent Law (Article) 4 take effect

Changes to Article 4: Organization of the Academic Units and the Regent policies relating to the organization of academic units at the university took effect...
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CU’s laugh track: Examining the science of being funny

CU’s laugh track: Examining the science of being funny

CU Boulder Leeds School of Business professor Peter McGraw studies what makes things funny, and how it can benefit marketing and management.
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Experts to convene Grain School on campus

Experts to convene Grain School on campus

The Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, an Idaho-based non-profit, will sponsor Grain School Jan. 12-...
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A salute to saloons: Booze runs in the veins of Denver’s history

A salute to saloons: Booze runs in the veins of Denver’s history

Throughout its history, the city of Denver was home to saloons that served up a lot more than alcohol. Ken McConnellogue talks with CU Denver History Professor...
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Staff Council pitches in for community

Staff Council pitches in for community

Staff Council, which represents both the University of Colorado Denver and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, spearheaded two incredibly successful community...

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