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Benson reflects on how a CU Denver professor once told him, ‘You can do this’

Alumnus wins prestigious national chemistry award

Olester Benson has helped design the manufacturing processes for everything from sandpaper to license plates to optical components used on a deep-space...
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Expert on air pollution, tobacco control takes reins of ColoradoSPH

Expert on air pollution, tobacco control takes reins of ColoradoSPH

The newest dean on campus has a lot to boast about. A recent invitation to the Vatican. An award presented by a king. But after 40 years in a career that...
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Board of Regents November meeting roundup

Game-changing online education proposal approved by CU regents The University of Colorado Board of Regents has unanimously approved an ambitious $20 million...
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Game-changing online education proposal approved by CU regents

Cathy Beuten/University of Colorado Regent Stephen Ludwig introduces online education goals at this month's Board of Regents meeting. The University of...
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Regents notes: Student brain injury; new degrees
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Regents notes: Student brain injury; new degrees

Campus leaders say CU Boulder is committed to studying traumatic brain injury and preventing it among students – athletes and non-athletes alike. At the...
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Low loan debt, high return on investment for CU students, grads
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Low loan debt, high return on investment for CU students, grads

Data on University of Colorado student loan debt and financial aid continues to indicate good news for students and graduates. Todd Saliman, vice president and...
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Tenure list: November 2017
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Tenure list: November 2017

The CU Board of Regents on Nov. 16 approved five appointments with tenure. University of Colorado Boulder Daniel Appelo , Applied Mathematics, College of Arts...
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Close of calendar year brings to-do list for employees
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Close of calendar year brings to-do list for employees

The windup of 2017 is near, bringing with it key changes and deadlines for all University of Colorado employees. To ensure they receive important documents...
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Campus Q&A: On teaching Shakespeare to youth

Campus Q&A: On teaching Shakespeare to youth

We asked Colorado Shakespeare Festival dramaturg and teaching artist Hadley Kamminga-Peck about Original Practices, dramaturgy, teaching Shakespeare to kids...
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Seven faculty tapped as ethics fellows

Vice chancellor for administration and finance candidates announced

Two candidates for the position of vice chancellor for administration and finance will have open forums with faculty, staff and students Dec. 5 and Dec. 8.
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An exercise in nutrition for elite athletes to armchair quarterbacks

An exercise in nutrition for elite athletes to armchair quarterbacks

From the Denver Broncos to the Cleveland Indians to college sports and Olympians, Dr. Jackie Berning, professor and chair of Health Sciences at the University...
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Loving Lynx Program helps students in need

Loving Lynx Program helps students in need

The holidays are typically a time of parties, feasts and good cheer. Unfortunately, the seasonal fun doesn’t always extend to everyone. Some students are...
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Ending abuse – one ‘flag’ at a time

Ending abuse – one ‘flag’ at a time

Although it can feel overwhelming at times, with allegations of sexual abuse running rampant from Hollywood to Capitol Hill and numerous college campuses in...
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Communication, policy review topics of discussion for Staff Council
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Communication, policy review topics of discussion for Staff Council

Two guests spoke to University of Colorado Staff Council members about communications and policy during the group’s Nov. 9 meeting on the University of...
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CU Boulder remains a strong draw for study abroad, international students

CU Boulder remains a strong draw for study abroad, international students

CU Boulder remains in seventh place nationally among peer institutions sending students abroad for a full semester and continues to be a beacon for...
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In lead-up to fall blood drive, CU Boulder has already saved more than 105,000 lives

In lead-up to fall blood drive, CU Boulder has already saved more than 105,000 lives

The CU Boulder campus community’s participation in Staff Council blood drives has saved or enhanced 105,657 lives since 1973, when the Boulder Campus Staff...
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Aging awareness: A meaningful life for seniors and caregivers

Aging awareness: A meaningful life for seniors and caregivers

CU on the Air examines the many facets and concerns of aging with Sara Honn Qualls, professor of psychology, Kraemer Family Professor of Aging Studies and...
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Engineering and Applied Science dean candidates announced

Engineering and Applied Science dean candidates announced

Three candidates for the position of dean of the UCCS College of Engineering and Applied Science will make campus presentations Nov. 13, Nov. 27 and Dec. 11.
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Veterans Day ceremony pays tribute

Veterans Day ceremony pays tribute

If you walked past the Tivoli Student Union last week, you probably noticed the sea of American flags waving out front. Each one represented a veteran studying...
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Traystman remembered for bringing passion, wit, success to university

Traystman remembered for bringing passion, wit, success to university

Although his office now sits empty, a rarity during his 10 years with the University of Colorado, Richard “Dick” Traystman, PhD, lives on through his legacy...
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Sounding the alarm on climate change

Sounding the alarm on climate change

The adverse impacts to human health from global warming are undeniable and on track to worsen, without significant interventions, in the coming decades.
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Major university initiatives move forward

Major university initiatives move forward

Updates on major initiatives that have engaged large swaths of the CU Denver community – a new budget model, the Student Success Partnership and the facilities...
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New ways to integrate Skillsoft into your classroom, office
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New ways to integrate Skillsoft into your classroom, office

Over the summer, Skillsoft upgraded and opened access to all CU students. Previously, this learning system’s 4,000-plus courses, instructor led-trainings, 25,...
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Kids uniquely vulnerable to sleep disruption from electronics

Kids uniquely vulnerable to sleep disruption from electronics

With their brains, sleep patterns and even eyes still developing, children and adolescents are particularly vulnerable to the sleep-disrupting effects of...
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UCCS, Cisco Systems to cooperate in cybersecurity planning

UCCS, Cisco Systems to cooperate in cybersecurity planning

Chancellor Venkat Reddy announced Nov. 1 a new strategic relationship with technology conglomerate Cisco Systems Inc.

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