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Conference to explore ways of getting info resources to all

Benefits of web standards and universal design for digital media will be the focus of the 13th annual Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible Media, Web and...
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Macky Auditorium's century-old time capsule to be unveiled

One hundred years ago, Colorado Gov. John Shafroth, a group of University of Colorado dignitaries and leading Boulder citizens stood on a barren hillside...
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College of Business Ethics Initiative hosts author

Scholar and author Mary C. Gentile (gen-TILL-ee) will speak about ethical dilemmas facing business leaders and students in a public address scheduled for 5:30...
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Low-cost cervical cancer vaccine moves to human trials

A low-cost cervical cancer vaccine developed by University of Colorado Cancer Center researchers will be tested in human trials. Cervical cancer, caused by...
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Professor's gift will promote literacy

Barbara Swaby Some would say Professor Barbara Swaby has been giving back since the moment she first stepped onto the Univeristy of Colorado at Colorado...
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ABC journalist speaks of hard work, success

Journalist John Quinones, host of ABC-TV's " What Would You Do? ", shared his own story with students and others attending the Hispanic Heritage event Sept. 14...
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Preparing to Retire seminars set for week of Oct. 18

Payroll & Benefit Services (PBS) presents its annual preparing to retire seminars the week of Oct. 18. Whether you take part in the university 401(a) plan...
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Regents delay decision on creation of athletics committee

The CU Board of Regents voted 5-4 on Friday, Sept. 17, to table a move to create a committee that would address issues related to intercollegiate athletics –...
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Regents exploring professional development for educators

The University of Colorado Board of Regents has asked President Bruce D. Benson to call for a study and recommendations on professional development for...
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Three faculty members earn Distinguished Professor title

From left: Zoya Popovic, Ph.D., Margaret Tolbert, Ph.D., and Lorrie A. Shepard, Ph.D. The University of Colorado Board of Regents awarded three professors the...
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New cohort of teaching researchers begins year's mission

This year's President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) officially launched this week with 14 faculty researchers who are new to the cohort. The...
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Student enrollment strong on all CU campuses

Three University of Colorado campuses posted record enrollment for the second consecutive year, according to preliminary numbers released last week. Campuses...
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CU-Boulder reaccredited for another decade

The University of Colorado Boulder has been awarded continuing accreditation without stipulation by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central...
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CU community encouraged to 'Live Free' during sobriety challenge

The University of Colorado Boulder student-run Oasis group and Counseling and Psychological Services will present the second annual Live Free Weekend: 96-Hour...
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Five questions for Sean Colgan

Inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD, affects about 1.5 million Americans and is on the rise, especially in young children and adolescents. Other autoimmune...
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Dedication of complex, opening of museum highlight Arts and Culture Week

The University of Colorado Boulder is highlighting the breadth of artistic and cultural resources on campus through a variety of free and low-cost events...
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Concrete sign to be a solid reminder of campus territory

Photos by Jeff Foster New UCCS sign on the corner of Austin Bluffs & Nevada during construction. Photos by Jeff FosterNew UCCS sign on the corner of Austin...
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STEMapalooza to stimulate young minds

Connecting leaders of today and tomorrow in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education and business, the University of Colorado Denver...
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Colorado School of Public Health wins $3.2 million grant

As health care and disease prevention play an increasingly prominent role on the national stage, the Colorado School of Public Health recently won a major...
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Aurora company licenses CU technology for brain disease treatment

The University of Colorado and Aurora-based ICVrx recently completed a license agreement allowing the company to commercialize CU technology for improved...
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Office of Academic Affairs soliciting proposals for President's Fund for the Humanities grants

The President's Fund for the Humanities was established to preserve a balance in the university's programs of education and research by giving special...
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Friday is deadline for nomination of President's Employee of the Year

ystem Staff Council is soliciting nominations for the fourth annual President's Employee of the Year Award. The 2010-2011 award will be presented to a system...
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CU Depression Center data indicates large rise in Colorado suicides last year

In partnership with the Office of Suicide Prevention at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the University of Colorado Depression Center...
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Conference on Cognitive Disability to explore cloud computing, more

What does cognitive disability have to do with the law, regulatory policy, civil rights, the Internet, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), technology...
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Five Questions for Cindy Gutierrez

Cindy Gutierrez, Ph.D., says she "stumbled into" what has become the most passionate part of her work as an educator: tending to the success of students in...

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