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CU records second-best fundraising year

The generosity of University of Colorado donors resulted in the second-best fundraising year in university history. CU raised some $455 million across its four...
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CU Boulder launches Protect Our Herd public health awareness campaign

CU Boulder launches Protect Our Herd public health awareness campaign

With students, faculty and staff preparing to return to campus this fall and some already on campus, CU Boulder is launching a public health awareness and...
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Faculty Assembly to prioritize safety, equitable teaching evaluations for 2020-21 academic year

Faculty Assembly to prioritize safety, equitable teaching evaluations for 2020-21 academic year

With a new academic year comes a change in leadership for Faculty Assembly, the official voice of UCCS faculty in shared governance.
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What will class look like this fall?

What will class look like this fall?

For students and faculty, all classes will be considerably different this fall semester. First-time and returning students will encounter new class formats...
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Liquid chalk proven in CU labs to kill coronavirus, potentially helping gyms to safely reopen

Liquid chalk proven in CU labs to kill coronavirus, potentially helping gyms to safely reopen

The COVID-19 pandemic had Ross Kedl literally climbing the walls. In his home, the immunology professor has a rock wall in the basement that beckons whenever...
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Virtual panel highlights how CU Cancer Center is redefining cancer care in Colorado and beyond

Virtual panel highlights how CU Cancer Center is redefining cancer care in Colorado and beyond

On July 23rd, Richard Schulick, MD, MBA, director of the University of Colorado (CU) Cancer Center, Cathy Bradley, PhD, deputy director of the CU Cancer Center...
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CU begins implementation of new Title IX rules

The U.S. Department of Education recently issued new guidelines for how universities and K-12 schools will investigate and adjudicate sexual misconduct...
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CU restructures lobbying operations after longtime VP Kelly-Bowry retires
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CU streamlines state and federal lobbying operations

Tanya Kelly-Bowry, Vice President for Government Relations CU’s primary state and federal lobbying operations will consolidate into the system Office of Budget...
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Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology

Register now for next week’s COLTT Conference

Committed to delivering a conference that honors the crucial work of educators and respects current public health guidelines, COLTT will use more technology...
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Emirates Mars Mission to begin journey to the red planet

Emirates Mars Mission to begin journey to the red planet

This month, researchers from Boulder and beyond will watch live as a slice of space exploration history launches from a pad on the Japanese island of...
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Virtual Town Hall

Virtual Town Hall maps out fall return to campus

Chancellor Venkat Reddy and campus leaders addressed campus in the fourth virtual Town Hall of the summer on July 22.
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Presidential initiative supports urban and place-based research

Presidential initiative supports urban and place-based research

To support faculty pursuing urban and place-based research and creative work, the CU Denver deans are proud to announce a new Presidential Initiative Seed...
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UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital again named No. 1 hospital in the state

UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital again named No. 1 hospital in the state

For the ninth year in a row, U.S. News and World Report ranks UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), located on the Anschutz Medical Campus, No. 1 on...
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From Selfies to Being Seen: Doctor Honors Women of Color on Front Lines

From selfies to being seen: Doctor honors women of color on front lines

Dr. Sarah Rowan, associate professor of infectious disease, celebrates unsung heroes of pandemic with portrait project
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Staff Council discusses fall return to campus with President Kennedy

With fall’s return to campus approaching, CU President Mark Kennedy joined the July 16 meeting of the University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) to provide an...
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CU Online
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Early details of CU Online initiative presented to university leadership

The co-chairs of the University of Colorado’s online education initiative last week presented to the president and campus chancellors some of the early...
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Transformation and Innovation Program
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CU Transformation and Innovation Program sets systemwide IT goals

CU’s Transformation and Innovation Program (TIP), launched last year as a key component of President Mark Kennedy’s strategic planning process , this week...
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When good sleep goes bad – and what to do about it, CU Health Plan
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When good sleep goes bad – and what to do about it

It’s the middle of the night and you’re awake. You toss and turn, hoping to fall asleep and wake up rested. Still, no luck. Slumber slips from your grasp and...
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New COVID-19 test returns results in 45 minutes, without painful nasal swab

New COVID-19 test returns results in 45 minutes, without painful nasal swab

CU Boulder researchers have developed a rapid, portable, saliva-based COVID-19 test able to return results in 45 minutes. Such a test might eventually be...
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Mini-Law School

Registration for Mini Law School Online: The 2020 Election now open

This special eight-week online series leading up to election day will focus on voting rights, election law, and the impacts of the 2020 election, including...
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‘5 Things You Need to Know,’ with professor Stephany Rose Spaulding

‘5 Things You Need to Know,’ with professor Stephany Rose Spaulding

In a recent “5 Things You Need to Know” episode, Joanna Bean, director of the Office of Alumni Relations and the Annual Fund, interviewed Stephany Rose...
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Is COVID-19 Giving Cyberattackers an Opportunity to Hack Universities?

Is COVID-19 giving cyberattackers an opportunity to hack universities?

In July, the University of California, San Francisco paid $1 million to hackers who stole data from the university’s School of Medicine and threatened to...
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Facing tough road of cancer treatment, Scott Ryberg just kept running up mountains

Facing tough road of cancer treatment, Scott Ryberg just kept running up mountains

Indomitable fitness drive and comprehensive medical care propels distance runner to triumphs in virtual races
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Program Connects Students With COVID-19’s Most Vulnerable

Program connects students with COVID-19’s most vulnerable

For Kristina Slunecka, it was the woman locked down in her assisted-living facility room, unable to leave the confines of her four walls even to go outside...
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Plans for fall return to campus show commitment to health, safety
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Plans for fall return to campus show commitment to health, safety

Just as the University of Colorado’s four campuses vary in significant ways, so do their plans for launching fall returns by faculty, staff and students. What...

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