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Scott Kelly: ‘The sky is not the limit’

Scott Kelly: ‘The sky is not the limit’

Captain Scott Kelly, the astronaut who spent nearly a year on board the International Space Station, encouraged a sold-out crowd to push themselves to do the...
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Teen vaping study reveals how schools influence e-cigarette use, outlines prevention strategies

Teen vaping study reveals how schools influence e-cigarette use, outlines prevention strategies

When e-cigarettes hit the U.S. market in 2007, they were promoted as a safer, healthier alternative to traditional, combustible cigarettes. The unintended...
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Public health ethics toolkit offers unique resource

Public health ethics toolkit offers unique resource

Is the area of public health ethics different from research ethics? The Center for Bioethics and Humanities at CU Anschutz and the Colorado School of Public...
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Staff Council discusses strategic planning process, LinkedIn Learning
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Staff Council discusses strategic planning process, LinkedIn Learning

The status of President Mark Kennedy’s strategic plan and the implementation of LinkedIn Learning were discussion highlights of the first official meeting of...
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Expanded chancellor speaker series to feature polar explorer, presidential historian

Expanded chancellor speaker series to feature polar explorer, presidential historian

Former defense secretary Robert Gates. Trailblazing astronaut Mae Jemison. Google brand strategist Abigail Posner. These are among the high-profile guests...
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Reddy celebrates campus achievements and speaks on challenges at State of the Campus address

Reddy celebrates campus achievements and speaks on challenges at State of the Campus address

In his second State of the Campus address on September 18, Chancellor Venkat Reddy highlighted UCCS’ successes of the past year, including academic...
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CU Denver launches campus resource for health and well-being

CU Denver launches campus resource for health and well-being

“When students succeed,” said Linda Bowman, PhD, senior vice chancellor for Student Success and Achievement at CU Denver, “we succeed.”
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Dr. Potter: Progress toward new Alzheimer’s treatments

Dr. Potter: Progress toward new Alzheimer’s treatments

Huntington Potter, PhD, has spent his career researching the manifold mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease, which currently affects over 5.5 million people in the...
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Strategic planning process advances as regents explore details
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Strategic planning process advances as regents explore details

Cathy Beuten/University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy presents the strategic planning process at Friday's Board of Regents meeting at CU Anschutz. Members...
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Linda Shoemaker
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Regent Shoemaker won’t run for reelection

Regent Linda Shoemaker Regent Linda Shoemaker, a Boulder Democrat representing Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District, today announced she will not seek...
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Regents’ program prioritization measures make campus-level impact
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Regents’ program prioritization measures make campus-level impact

Program prioritization measures in place for the past five years continue to help steer decisions about academic programs at CU campuses. The Board of Regents...
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Upcoming events showcase advantages of working for CU
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Upcoming events showcase advantages of working for CU

The Employee Services Expo is coming to University of Colorado campuses Oct. 7-22. These events are an opportunity to take a break from work, grab a cup of...
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Dorothy Horrell

Horrell announces June retirement as CU Denver chancellor

I am writing to let you know that I will be retiring as Chancellor on June 30, 2020. This decision is bittersweet for me. While I am eager to spend more time...
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Give yourself a shot at avoiding the flu
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Give yourself a shot at avoiding the flu

The least wonderful time of year is here: Flu season. OK, OK, there’s a lot to love about the fall. You can delight in seeing the turning leaves, but to truly...
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Auraria, three CU police departments sign pledge for mental health awareness

Auraria, three CU police departments sign pledge for mental health awareness

The police departments that patrol all four University of Colorado campuses have signed a pledge to participate in the International Association of Chiefs of...
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CU Boulder partnering with city and chamber on review of commercial e-scooters

CU Boulder partnering with city and chamber on review of commercial e-scooters

As electric scooters, or e-scooters, have become more prevalent around the country, the debate around the relatively new mode of transportation has been...
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New certificate program enhances promotion opportunities for active duty military

New certificate program enhances promotion opportunities for active duty military

UCCS will offer a 12-hour certificate designed for active duty military members to qualify for promotion with the Adaptive Leadership Certificate approved Sept...
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Ecologist revives world’s longest running succession study

Ecologist revives world’s longest running succession study

Ecologists have long tried to understand and anticipate the compositional change of plant species, especially now, as climate and land usage disrupts the way...
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CU Anschutz launches first-ever identity and advertising campaign

When an academic medical campus attracts the best minds in science and unleashes them on the biggest challenges in health care, barriers simply don’t stand a...
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Nominations open for CU Excellence in Leadership Award
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Nominations open for CU Excellence in Leadership Award

Do you know a University of Colorado faculty or staff member who has participated in the Excellence in Leadership Program ? The Excellence in Leadership...
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Policy on workplace bullying now in effect
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Policy on workplace bullying now in effect

A workplace bullying policy that governance groups called for in recent years has been adopted by university administration. The approval of APS5059-Workplace...
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Sleeping too much—or too little—boosts heart attack risk

Sleeping too much—or too little—boosts heart attack risk

Even if you are a non-smoker who exercises and has no genetic predisposition to cardiovascular disease, skimping on sleep—or getting too much of it—can boost...
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CU Boulder lab works to bring quanta out of the cold

CU Boulder lab works to bring quanta out of the cold

New technique from CU Boulder researchers could free quantum technology from cold temperatures
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Horowitz Piano Festival brings concerts and opportunities to play historic piano Sept. 16-21

Horowitz Piano Festival brings concerts and opportunities to play historic piano Sept. 16-21

Top piano students and piano lovers alike will have an opportunity play and photograph Vladimir Horowitz’s historic Concert Grand Steinway piano when it will...
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A holistic approach to the health challenges of tomorrow

A holistic approach to the health challenges of tomorrow

When you think about the phrase “health care,” it often evokes images of stethoscopes pressed to a chest, X-rays illuminating broken bones and blood draws in a...

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