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Israel-based company licenses water desalination technology

© 2010, ROTEC ROTEC water desalination unit © 2010, ROTECROTEC water desalination unit A license agreement with Reverse Osmosis Technologies (ROTEC) for...
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CU Women Succeeding Symposium sets record attendance

The stark statistics and harrowing stories of women and girls incarcerated in U.S. prisons, and the sobering realities of higher education funding were among...
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CU system notifies group of employees about W-2 irregularities

A group of 335 current and former University of Colorado employees received letters last week notifying them that the university is investigating...
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Retirees file suit against newly signed PERA law

A group of retirees has filed a lawsuit challenging the recently signed law that cuts Public Employees' Retirement Association (PERA) benefits. The suit was...
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Tuition flexibility plan might go to lawmakers this month

A proposal allowing colleges and universities to set their own tuition could be in Gov. Bill Ritter's hands this week and to the Legislature by the end of...
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Faculty Council budget committee offers guide to approaching cuts

The systemwide Faculty Council's budget committee has developed a set of written guidelines aimed at protecting what its members value most as campuses...
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Wellness promotion part of planned improvements to health benefits

In taking a new approach to health benefit planning, leaders at the University of Colorado are looking to establish a culture of wellness among employees. In...
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CU still top contributor to statewide charity campaign

Employees of the University of Colorado demonstrated their generosity in the most recent Colorado Combined Campaign (CCC), emerging as the single largest...
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Five Questions for Steven Medema

Medema Since 1989, Steven Medema has been a member of the University of Colorado faculty, researching and teaching economics — from the history of economic...
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Conference on World Affairs returns for 62nd run

Movie critic Roger Ebert calls it "the Conference on Everything Conceivable." The New York Times describes it as "a weeklong extravaganza of discussion and...
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INVST marks 20th year with gala, workshops

Photo courtesy of INVST Former INVST students working with a nonprofit organization in the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Photo courtesy of INVSTFormer INVST...
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School of Public Affairs to provide law enforcement education

Colorado peace officers will be able to build on supervisor training courses through the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, according to an agreement...
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Pyramid Plus center will promote social emotional development in kids

Research has found that up to 40 percent of young children exhibit serious behavioral challenges that can result in a tremendous risk of school failure early...
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University of Colorado Hospital internal medicine, specialty clinic relocating

The University of Colorado Hospital Internal Medicine & Specialty Care Practice in Cherry Creek will move to a new location in the Lowry neighborhood...
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Biotech Building receives boost from $1 million gift

Jane Butcher Jane Butcher (B.A., International Affairs '66), who with late husband Charlie Butcher has played a key role in supporting the University of...
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Books24x7 via SkillPort

Do you struggle with the balance between your work and your home life? Is it difficult to stay healthy and productive while dealing with daily stress?...
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Leukemia Lymphoma Society honors professor

The stark statistics and harrowing stories of women and girls incarcerated in U.S. prisons, and the sobering realities of higher education funding were among...
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PERA rescue plan signed into law by governor

Gov. Bill Ritter on Tuesday, Feb. 23, signed legislation that will reduce PERA retiree benefits but keep the pension plan afloat. Ritter said the changes made...
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Higher ed budget, tuition flexibility generate fresh discussion

Funding to higher education was spared in Gov. Bill Ritter's most recent budget-balancing plan, which was announced on Thursday, Feb. 18. Still, universities...
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CU-Boulder launches national search for Leeds School of Business dean

A national search for the next dean of the University of Colorado at Boulder Leeds School of Business has begun. CU-Boulder Interim Provost and Executive Vice...
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Loan forgiveness program could hold future reward for CU employees

A federal student loan forgiveness program offers potential help to University of Colorado employees who stick with their public service profession for 10...
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Procurement Service Center sets open houses

The Procurement Service Center (PSC) will sponsor open houses on the four university campuses early in March, which is Procurement Month in Colorado. The...
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Five Questions for Tad Pfeffer

Pfeffer A love of snow, ice and cold weather has become for Tad Pfeffer a lifelong passion to help the world understand the transformation of glaciers and the...
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Search under way for Alumni Association director

A national search for the next executive director of the University of Colorado Alumni Association is under way. The search was announced recently by...
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Bosley talks budget issues with Faculty Assembly

CU Board of Regents Chair Steve Bosley Praising a "fabulous leadership team" at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs for insight and optimism during...

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