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Amid state funding shortfalls, CU raises tuition by up to 9 percent

The University of Colorado Board of Regents voted 8-to-1 on Monday to raise tuition by up to 9 percent on all four of its campuses starting this fall. Regent...
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Doctor brings Haiti experience to free lecture

Gretchen Berggren, an international health consultant in maternal and child health nutrition and one of the few doctors serving large populations in developing...
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Career journeys launch at 2010 Match Day

At precisely 11 a.m. Thursday, March 18, more than 155 nervous and excited fourth-year students at the University of Colorado School of Medicine snatched up...
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Procurement: Copier agreement should save up to 60 percent on costs

New sourcing agreements covering copier machines are expected to save university departments between 30 percent and 60 percent on copier costs, compared to...
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Board of Regents announces search for director of internal audit

The Board of Regents has launched a search for a new director of internal audit at the University of Colorado. Initially, the search will be limited to current...
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Longtime physics leader from CU-Boulder nominated for White House post

Carl Wieman, the director of the Science Education Initiative (SEI) at the University of Colorado and the Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative (CWSEI) at...
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Five Questions for Linda Kogan

A typical day in Linda Kogan's work week has its ups and downs. Either she's craning her neck to evaluate a building's lighting system or looking in the...
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Job searches for new grads lengthening, says career services director

With a struggling economy still affecting the nation, college students graduating this spring are faced with long, competitive job searches, according to Lisa...
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Health plan forums rescheduled

Payroll & Benefit Services and representatives from the university health plan renewal team have announced a series of employee forums to discuss what's...
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Partnership of students, businesses pays dividends in sustainable energy

Two University of Colorado at Colorado Springs students have found their calling thanks to federal stimulus funds and a professor's resolve to offer courses in...
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Physicist's underground work results in dark matter "sightings"

The Soudan Underground Laboratory rests deep in the earth — more than 2,000 feet below the surface — in an inactive mine in northern Minnesota. Today, it is...
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Regional stem-cell center launched by School of Medicine

A new center at the University of Colorado School of Medicine promises to expand one of the frontiers of medicine: stem cell research and treatment. Stem cells...
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General Assembly reaches halfway mark

If the Colorado General Assembly's 2010 session were a two-act play, it would be time for intermission, with audience members from the University of Colorado...
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New President's Teaching Scholar combines humanities, technology

Diane Sieber Raised in Spain, she earned graduate degrees in Spanish literature at Princeton. Later, she turned part-time dabbling in computer programming, Web...
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Boulder celebrates faculty achievements in teaching

Photo/Caroline Seib Mary Ann Shea, center, co-hosted the first Celebration of Teaching event at the University of Colorado at Boulder on Friday, March 12. The...
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Five Questions for Laura Welch

Laura Welch Imagine stepping off a plane in a strange, unfamiliar country, then going through the maze of university enrollment, all the while trying to find...
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Census has financial implications for university community

By the end of today, questionnaires for the 2010 census are expected to have been delivered to households throughout the United States. Members of the...
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Staff, students realize campus accessibility through collaboration

Photo by Melanie O. Massengale Left to right: Adam Hayes, Mary Romano, and Teresa Nguyen demonstrate the lift that accommodates Nguyen's work at the table in...
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Mountain Lion Research Day approaching

Diet, student alcohol use, and sustainability are among topics for the 2010 Mountain Lion Research Day. The second annual come-and-go event is scheduled for 8:...
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Psychological Services Center opens to serve campus, local communities

The clinical health psychology doctoral program has announced the opening of its Psychological Services Center, a clinic and training facility operated by the...
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School of Medicine program receives oral health grant

The DentaQuest Foundation has awarded $60,000 to the University of Colorado School of Medicine's child health associate/physician assistant (CHA/PA) program...
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Board of Regents receives grim budget outlook, plans March 29 tuition vote

By Deborah Méndez-Wilson The University of Colorado system is considering a proposal to raise tuition starting this fall by up to 9 percent for resident...
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Staff Council readying conference for next month

Recipients of the annual Service Excellence Award were selected at the Thursday, March 4, meeting of the University of Colorado Staff Council. The awards...
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Educators share in serious fun at learning conference

Photo/Caroline Seib CU President Bruce D. Benson, second from left; his wife, Marcy Benson, center; and Mary Ann Shea, director of the President's Teaching...
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Evolution of health plan to be discussed at series of forums

Payroll & Benefit Services and representatives from the university health plan renewal team have announced a series of employee forums this month to...

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