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Students assist alumna and city archaeologist on dig at Garden of the Gods

Students assist alumna and city archaeologist on dig at Garden of the Gods

Anna Cordova’s job is to make sure that as Colorado Springs builds for its future, the city protects its past. Cordova, earned her bachelor’s degree from UCCS...
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Call for nominations: 2019 Bill Daniels Ethical Leader of the Year Award

Call for nominations: 2019 Bill Daniels Ethical Leader of the Year Award

We’re looking for inspirational leaders that are committed to ethics and integrity in our community. We know the Denver area is home to many accomplished...
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Imitation breeds war in new evolutionary theory

Imitation breeds war in new evolutionary theory

When anthropologists consider the origins of warfare, their evolutionary theories tend to boil it down to the resource-scarcity trifecta of food, territory and...
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Evidence of relationship between birth defects and oil, gas activity

Evidence of relationship between birth defects and oil, gas activity

Mothers living near more intense oil and gas development activity have a 40-70% higher chance of having children with congenital heart defects (CHDs) compared...
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CU Anschutz Medical Campus debuts new email and website domains
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CU Anschutz Medical Campus debuts new email and website domains

CU Anschutz email and website domains are changing from @ucdenver.edu to @cuanschutz.edu. To date, almost 18,000 students, faculty and staff who work and learn...
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Kennedy visits CU campuses
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President Kennedy hits ground running at four campuses

CU Boulder's LASP National Cybersecurity Center at UCCS President Mark Kennedy spent his first day on the job visiting the four University of Colorado campuses...
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Heritage Society recognizes planned gift donors, honors President Benson’s retirement

Heritage Society recognizes planned gift donors, honors President Benson’s retirement

On their last day as President and First Lady of the University of Colorado, Bruce and Marcy Benson celebrated members of the CU Heritage Society at its annual...
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Changes to four policies now in effect
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Three systemwide policy changes took effect July 1

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to three administrative policy statements (one revision, two new) from the academic/research...
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Workshop to train professionals in gender-inclusive communication
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Workshop to train professionals in gender-inclusive communication

A new workshop being launched by faculty from CU Boulder and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus aims to address demand for voice and communication training for...
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LinkedIn Learning coming to CU in September
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LinkedIn Learning coming to CU in September

The online learning and professional development platform used by University of Colorado faculty and staff will upgrade in September when Lynda.com becomes...
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The air up there: CU team deploys multiple drones in tornado study

The air up there: CU team deploys multiple drones in tornado study

It’s a little after 6:30 p.m. when Aidan Sesnic calls a huddle for members of the CU Boulder TORUS team on the side of a lonely dirt road in rural Oklahoma...
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New season of Mini Law School addresses impact of law on daily life

New season of Mini Law School addresses impact of law on daily life

The University of Colorado Law School's popular Mini Law School will launch its eighth season this fall with a brand-new curriculum that addresses the ways in...
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Hybl Center construction

Photo feature: Hybl Center construction – June 2019

Structural steel continues to go up as crews from J.E. Dunn Construction make progress on the William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center. The...
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CU Denver is part of new initiative to advance teacher and principal preparation

CU Denver is part of new initiative to advance teacher and principal preparation

CU Denver is among only 15 organizations in the country to serve as a founding program partner of the Educator Preparation Laboratory (EdPrepLab), a new...
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Women in STEM symposium tackles tough issues

"Women in STEM" symposium tackles tough issues

After moving from Puerto Rico to the University of South Alabama for graduate school, Sonia Flores, PhD, encountered her share of biases. Recalling how she fit...
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FDA Sabbatical: Moving pharmaceuticals from marketing to risk management

FDA sabbatical: Moving pharmaceuticals from marketing to risk management

In 2018 alone, the Food and Drug Administration approved 120 or so new drugs for sale in the United States. The medications, which cleared clinical trials...
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Board of Regents June meeting coverage: Budget approval, civics initiative, more
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Board of Regents June meeting coverage: Budget approval, civics initiative, more

Regents approve $4.8 billion budget The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved a nearly $4.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2019-20. It includes a 3...
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Regent coverage
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Regents approve $4.8 billion budget

The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved a nearly $4.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2019-20. It includes a 3% compensation pool for faculty and...
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Regent coverage
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Regents’ civics initiative set to advance at UCCS

A slate of civics education initiatives is moving forward at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs following approval by the Board of Regents. UCCS...
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Regent coverage
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Regents approve letter affirming freedom of expression for students

After six months of deliberation and compromise, the regents voted 9-0 to send a letter to all incoming CU freshmen , beginning this fall, affirming the...
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CU Boulder leading way on student-athlete health and wellness, panel tells regents

CU Boulder leading way on student-athlete health and wellness, panel tells regents

CU Boulder, through its research and Athletic Department practices, is recognized as a national leader for student-athlete health and wellness programs, a...
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Gallegos
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Regents roundup: Gallegos elected chair; law and policy changes approved

Glen Gallegos, a Grand Junction Republican, was elected chair of the University of Colorado Board of Regents. The chair of the nine-member board, which met...
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Benson-Kennedy presidential transition continues apace
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Benson-Kennedy presidential transition continues apace

The transition of CU’s presidency is proceeding apace, with outgoing President Bruce D. Benson completing events and projects as he winds down 11 years at the...
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COLTT Q&A: Angie Paccione

Gov. Jared Polis appointed Angie Paccione as the executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) in January 2019. Since then, she...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: June 2019

The CU Board of Regents on June 13 approved 67 appointments or awards of tenure. CU Boulder - Awards of tenure Effective Aug. 19, 2019, unless otherwise noted...

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