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Warm welcome

The CU Boulder Coaches Tour made a stop at 1800 Grant St., where coaches including Dan Hawkins (football), Tad Boyle (men's basketball) and Linda Lappe (women'...
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Warm Welcome

The CU Boulder Coaches Tour made a stop at 1800 Grant St., where coaches including Dan Hawkins (football), Tad Boyle (men's basketball) and Linda Lappe (women'...
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Flexibility legislation topped full CU agenda at 2010 Legislature

The Colorado General Assembly's 2010 session opened in January with leadership at the University of Colorado eager to advance legislation designed to give the...
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Faculty Council tries to reach compromise with regents on guiding principle

The Faculty Council recommended new wording for items in the Board of Regents' Guiding Principles, a policy that has garnered extensive debate from regents and...
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Five Questions for Leonard Dinegar

At his award presentation, Leonard Dinegar is joined by his wife, Christina, right, and Wynn Pericak, special assistant to the senior vice president and chief...
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Russell L. Moore named interim provost at CU-Boulder

Russell L. Moore Russell L. Moore, currently interim vice chancellor for research, was named interim provost at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The...
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Northwestern health director headed to CU-Boulder

Donald Misch, M.D. The University of Colorado at Boulder on Tuesday, May 18, named Donald Misch, M.D., as assistant vice chancellor for health and wellness and...
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Three CU-built payloads aboard for last Atlantis launch

Photo by Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado Christine Fanchiang, an aerospace engineering sciences graduate who be will going to Cape Kennedy, Fla., for...
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MBAs say green energy a good return on investment

A group of University of Colorado at Colorado Springs MBA students believe current tax credits and rebates can make wind power profitable for the Pikes Peak...
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Columnist Brooks talks politics at School of Public Affairs dinner

Photo courtesy of Armes Photography New York Times columnist David Brooks speaks at a School of Public Affairs event on Wednesday, May 12. Photo courtesy of...
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Major estate gift will bolster Alzheimer's research at School of Medicine

Edith von Kaulla A bequest of more than $1.1 million from a former University of Colorado professor of medicine and his wife, a laboratory staff member, will...
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Engineering professor establishes endowment

Nien-Yin Chang When Nien-Yin Chang, professor at the University of Colorado Denver College of Engineering, was asked why he entered his field, the answer came...
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Higher ed flexibility headed to governor's desk

Having received final approval from the Colorado House on Monday, May 10, the higher education flexibility bill has been passed to Gov. Bill Ritter for his...
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Bill maintaining health care choices for CU employees moves forward

Legislation clarifying that the University of Colorado may continue to offer existing health plan choices to its classified employees passed its second reading...
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Staff Council weighs in on proposed 'intellectual diversity' guideline

Saying an amendment to the University of Colorado's guiding principles that focuses on faculty "intellectual diversity" was too narrow, the University of...
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Five Questions for Connie Graham

Fundraising always has played an important role at the University of Colorado, but as state funding for higher education declines, donor gifts become even more...
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Stressed out? Smile – you're at work

No kidding: Students whose professors or teachers use humor in test instructions score 15 percent higher on those tests than students provided with straight...
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New inhalable measles vaccine might lead to treatments for other diseases

A team of researchers led by the University of Colorado at Boulder believe a dry powder, inhalable vaccine developed for measles prevention and slated for...
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Chancellor's year in review turns attention to future

Dignitaries gather for the August dedication of the Science and Engineering building at UCCS. While university finances remain a top priority over the next 14...
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School of Public Affairs launches training for public, nonprofit managers

The School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver has joined the National Certified Public Managers Consortium and for the first time will...
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School of Public Affairs launches training for public, nonprofit managers

The School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver has joined the National Certified Public Managers Consortium and for the first time will...
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Open enrollment ends next week

Open enrollment for University of Colorado employees ends at 5 p.m. Friday, May 21. All information needed to enroll for benefits – including final rates, plan...
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Enrolling children up to age 27

As a result of recent federal healthcare reform legislation, children up to age 27 are eligible for University of Colorado health and dental plan coverage for...
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Dependent eligibility verification

All dependents – including your spouse, common law spouse or same gender domestic partner (SGDP) – must be verified to continue their coverage starting July 1...
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COBRA participants

CU employees who have dependent children currently enrolled in COBRA because they are over 25 years are now eligible to be re-enrolled in the CU medical,...

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