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Regent committees discuss presidential search process, construction projects

Laws and policies guiding University of Colorado presidential searches and employee ethics, and future construction projects on all four campuses are among the...
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Health care, STEM education in CU spotlight as U.S. lawmakers convene

As delegates from Colorado and the rest of the country return to Capitol Hill this week, the University of Colorado's Office of Government Relations begins a...
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University leads nation in awards from new program for researchers

From left: Arthi Jayaraman, Michael Hermele, Tobin Munsat and Alysia Marino Four University of Colorado at Boulder professors will receive $750,000 grants...
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Three who embody Jeffersonian ideals earn one of CU's highest honors

NOTE: We have learned that when this story first was posted, some nominees for the Thomas Jefferson Award had not yet received the letters sent to inform them...
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Research efforts cited in Discover's top science stories of the year

Seven research efforts involving the University of Colorado at Boulder were among the top 100 science stories of the year selected by Discover Magazine — ideas...
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College of Business receives $1.25 million grant for business ethics

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs College of Business on Tuesday, Jan. 19, was awarded a $1.25 million grant to help further instill a high...
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CDPHE issues plan and calls for partnership with School of Public Health

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) recently issued "Colorado's Public Health Improvement Plan — From Act to Action," a statewide...
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Awards honor teamwork of CU researchers, private-sector business

The University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office tonight honors CU faculty and outside companies collaborating on the development of treatments for...
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Assembling planet's Tree of Life less daunting thanks to researchers

Showing how all organisms on Earth are related to each other has been a major goal of biologists since the time of Darwin. The "Tree of Life" illustration is...
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Five Questions for Shiquan "Michael" Wang

Shiquan "Michael" Wang understands the vast differences between China and the United States, and he would like nothing more than to bring these two giants...
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Chase Faculty Community Service Award nominations requested

Nominations for the annual Chase Faculty Community Service Award are being accepted through Feb. 26 to honor a full-time faculty member who has provided...
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Amgen donates $1 million to CU-Boulder Biotech Building

Amgen, a leading biotechnology company with a Boulder County presence, has committed $1 million toward the Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building, a...
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AgriHouse completes license for CU water management technology

© 2009, AgriHouse, Inc. SG-1000 Leaf Sensor © 2009, AgriHouse, Inc.SG-1000 Leaf Sensor Colorado agri-biotech company AgriHouse Inc. recently executed an...
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Researchers, business leaders honored at annual awards ceremony

The University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office hosted its annual awards Tuesday, Jan. 18, honoring six faculty researchers, two companies founded on...
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Alumna makes a classics gift

Mary McClanahan ('67, '69 AS) Amid CU-Boulder's storied progress in leading-edge fields such as biotech and energy, the university's classics department (...
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Flexibility for university a key goal at 2010 legislative session

University of Colorado/Casey A. Cass Like the old line about the three most important things in real estate, the University of Colorado's focus during the 2010...
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Government Relations staff at ready to help educators interact with lawmakers

In a year when government funding for higher education is a critical focus of lawmakers, interaction between politicians and University of Colorado educators...
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Nine policy changes made official

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to nine policies in the areas of academic affairs, administrative/general, fiscal and legal...
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President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative names 2010 researchers

Faculty researchers from all four university campuses have been chosen to participate in the President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) for 2010...
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Five Questions for Patrick McTee

Patrick McTee loves to give away money. It's not that he's independently wealthy — he passes cash from other entities to worthy students at the University of...
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University ranks fifth on 'best value' list of public colleges

The University of Colorado at Boulder is the nation's No. 5 "best value" public college or university for 2010 according to rankings released Tuesday, Jan. 12...
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Homeland Security certificate programs begin next week

The Center for Homeland Security, part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, will...
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Research applies math model to better predict spread of epidemic diseases

The lurking threat of a major epidemic over the last decade has captured the attention of the international media and the public, with fears running rampant...
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State-of-the-art imaging offers enhanced treatment for arrhythmia

The University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) is the first hospital in the state where patients may benefit from a new advanced imaging technology used in treating...
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AmideBio licenses technology from CU

The University of Colorado and AmideBio LLC have executed an exclusive license agreement allowing the company to develop, manufacture and commercialize...

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