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The 10 most-read CU Connections features of 2017
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The 10 most-read CU Connections features of 2017

1. Bell summoned the female superheroes – and they listened , July 6, 2017 2. Conversations on inclusivity highlighted at systemwide Diversity Summit , March 9...
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Staff Council, Faculty Council to discuss parental leave goals
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Staff Council, Faculty Council to discuss parental leave goals

The University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) will collaborate with the university’s Faculty Council to develop tandem reports on a potential parental leave...
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status

Boettcher Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards from Boettcher Foundation on Vimeo . The University of Colorado and the Boettcher Foundation announce the 2018...
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Megafire: The too-bright future of wildfire in America

Megafire: The too-bright future of wildfire in America

I didn’t intend to go to prison or to get overrun at a wildfire. I also didn’t plan to spend years of my life chasing “megafires.” I was just excited to see my...
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Online education gains steam at CU Boulder

Online education gains steam at CU Boulder

Whenever CU professor Robert Mazzeo offers “Exercise Physiology,” an upper-level undergraduate course popular with aspiring doctors, it fills quickly. So does...
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Starr Kempf sculptures at Ent Center for the Arts

Photo feature: Starr Kempf sculptures at Ent Center for the Arts

Three elaborate steel and wind kinetic structures by local artist Starr Kempf were installed by construction cranes Dec. 18 and 19 at the UCCS Ent Center for...
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Walk in U.S., Talk on Japan program comes to CU Denver

Walk in U.S., Talk on Japan program comes to CU Denver

Since 2014, the “Walk in U.S., Talk on Japan” program has taken place around the United States, highlighting Japan’s commitment to building stronger...
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Rare brain donation could shed light on Alzheimer’s pathology

Rare brain donation could shed light on Alzheimer’s pathology

As he looks back on this year’s activities at the Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center, Huntington Potter, PhD, points to one event that was especially...
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Conference focuses on community-engaged research

Conference focuses on community-engaged research

As I grabbed one of the last available seats in the Fulginiti Pavilion, I settled in to hear Stephen Thomas, PhD, deliver the keynote address for the eighth...
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Colorado's population growth to slow in 2018, but new jobs still coming

Colorado's population growth to slow in 2018, but new jobs still coming

Colorado’s employment and population growth will slow for a third consecutive year in 2018. The state will stay competitive in recruiting, and every major...
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Global wind energy to shift southward in years to come

Global wind energy to shift southward in years to come

In the next century, wind resources may decrease in many regions of the Northern Hemisphere and could sharply increase in some hotspot regions down south,...
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Alumna, noted author and environmentalist to lead December commencement

Alumna, noted author and environmentalist to lead December commencement

A noted author, professor and early UCCS graduate will deliver the university’s fall commencement address Dec. 15 at the Broadmoor World Arena.
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Nursing program exposes students to community health through first-time parents

Nursing program exposes students to community health through first-time parents

Julia Buckingham didn’t know what to expect from a UCCS program that pairs nursing students with first-time mothers, but it ended up showing her the kind of...
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CU Denver celebrates first named building

CU Denver celebrates first named building

There’s cause for gratitude this holiday season as CU Denver celebrates a $10 million gift and official name for its new landmark, the Lola & Rob Salazar...
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ASPIRE recruits career-changers to address teaching shortage

ASPIRE alumna receives alternative licensure teaching award

Three years ago, Lucia Cordovano landed a teaching job. Two years ago, she earned her alternative teaching license. This year, the CU Denver ASPIRE alumna...
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AIDS Clinical Trials Unit celebrates 25 years of progress

AIDS Clinical Trials Unit celebrates 25 years of progress

Diagnosed in 1991, David Dillon was sure his HIV-positive test was a death sentence. He’d watched friends die, struggling on the only drugs available at the...
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American pre-health undergraduates, international scholars celebrate ISCORE

American pre-health undergraduates, international scholars celebrate ISCORE

Match the academic eagerness of CU Denver pre-health undergraduates with the abilities of distinguished international scholars at CU Anschutz Medical Campus...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication
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Publication note: No CU Connections on Thanksgiving, Dec. 21 and 28

CU Connections will not publish new issues on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23), Dec. 21 and Dec. 28. Deadline for submissions for the Thursday, Nov. 30, issue is...
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Bruce Benson
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Benson: 10-year performance indicators show strength of CU

CU President Bruce Benson “Efficiency,” “reputation” and “culture” are common keywords that University of Colorado President Bruce Benson uses when speaking to...
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Sale of CU bonds results in gross savings of $49.2 million for university
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Sale of CU bonds results in gross savings of $49.2 million for university

With uncertainty over federal tax reform looming – and pressure increasing on rates in major tax-exempt, fixed-income markets – the University of Colorado last...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Women
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: Women

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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CU employees, eligible dependents can save money on spring tuition
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CU employees, eligible dependents can save money on spring tuition

To provide accessible educational opportunities to faculty, staff and their families, the University of Colorado’s Tuition Waiver Benefit grants waived or...
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Five things to know about the tax reform legislation

Five things to know about the tax reform legislation

Over the weekend, the Senate approved its tax overhaul bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, on a party line vote of 51 to 49. The House of Representatives...
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Colorado Springs Gazette: UCCS a best workplace

Colorado Springs Gazette: UCCS a best workplace

UCCS is one of the best places to work in El Paso County, according to the Colorado Springs Gazette.
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Campus Q&A: What the tax reform would mean for graduate students

Campus Q&A: What the tax reform would mean for graduate students

As a proposed tax overhaul works its way through Congress, CU Boulder Today sat down with Juan García Oyervides, president of CU Boulder's United Government of...

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