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Photo Feature: UCCS celebrates opening of newly renovated cybersecurity center

Cybersecurity is increasingly central to our lives. The expansion of the O’Neil Cybersecurity Education and Research Center, launched this week, will address...
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Unveiling the Rebecca Kantor Digital Atelier

On the afternoon of May 3, CU Denver unveiled a special space inside the School of Education & Human Development (SEHD). The exquisite Rebecca Kantor...
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Multiple diagnoses are the norm with mental illness; new genetic study explains why

More than half of people diagnosed with one psychiatric disorder will be diagnosed with a second or third in their lifetime. About a third have four or more...
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Does nature want us to be fat?

For years, Richard Johnson, MD, professor of renal medicine in the Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension at the University of Colorado School of Medicine...
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Open Educational Resources Champions honored
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Open Educational Resources Champions honored

The Office of Academic Affairs and the Open CU Steering Team celebrated the 2022 Open Educational Resources (OER) Champion Award on April 14. The award...
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CU Health Plan provides options for out-of-state faculty, staff and dependents
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CU Health Plan provides options for out-of-state faculty, staff and dependents

The University of Colorado’s Open Enrollment is an opportunity to ensure your benefits meet your needs, no matter where you live. At present, more than 1,200...
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CU Tuition Assistance Benefit applications open for Summer 2022
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CU Tuition Assistance Benefit applications open for Summer 2022

The University of Colorado values access to education and growth for all people, including CU faculty and staff. Education is an opportunity for personal and...
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Revision to systemwide Administrative Policy Statement relating to equal pay approved

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) announces changes to 5056-University Employment Postings (formerly University Staff Recruitment), as related to the...
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CU Boulder to play leading role in $10 million cyberinfrastructure initiative

The University of Colorado Boulder will lead a five-year, $10 million National Science Foundation-funded initiative to reimagine cyberinfrastructure user...
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UCCS earns two ‘Gold’ rankings in Gazette’s 2022 Best of Colorado Springs

UCCS earned multiple nods in the 2022 Best of the Springs edition of the Colorado Springs Gazette, notably earning two top awards from the publication.
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Five takeaways from April 21 virtual town hall

Chancellor Michelle Marks kicked off an April 21 town hall by acknowledging the hard work of faculty and staff during a hectic point in the spring 2022...
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RNA: Star of 2020 promises repeat performances in scientific breakthroughs

A star took center stage at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus on April 26, where the award-winning “guest” was presented by some of its...
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Read the message from the Board of Regents to the CU community

This message was sent Wednesday from the Board of Regents to the CU community after the board elected President Saliman. Dear CU Community, We are honored to...
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Chancellor Reddy and President Saliman
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A Message from the Chancellors: Congratulations, President Saliman!

As chancellors of the University of Colorado’s four campuses, we are delighted that the Board of Regents has approved Todd Saliman to continue as CU’s...
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CU Health Plan provides options for out-of-state faculty, staff and dependents
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CU Health Plans expand resources for mental health support

A whole picture of health includes mental health, and CU Health Plans are set to offer more robust coverage for mental health services in the new plan year...
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COLTT to return with in-person conference in August
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COLTT to return with in-person conference in August

COLTT, the Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference, is back in person for 2022, set for Aug. 3 and 4 at CU Boulder. COLTT is accepting...
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: (Dis)ability and Access
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Faculty Council Committee Corner: (Dis)ability and Access

Top from left, Heather Albanesi, Jim Sandstrum, Alicia Wong; bottom from left, Jose Tapia-Fuselier, Adam Norris, Lorraine Evans. Editor’s note: This is part of...
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Developing cancer treatments in space

The University of Colorado Boulder is leading a $3.3 million project to advance stem cell research in low Earth orbit.
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Music program presents benefit concert for Ukraine

The UCCS music program will be hosting a concert and fundraiser in support of the people of Ukraine and in celebration of their music and culture. The event...
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Cracking the code to social mobility by infusing tech skills into CU Denver’s curriculum

What do data science and equity have in common? A new report from CU Denver’s Interdisciplinary Computing Task Force (ICTF) answers this question while...
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From psyched to anxious: Returning to work post-pandemic ignites emotions

It’s your first day back in the office in almost two years. You’re anxious. Some thoughts run through your mind: How am I going to work for eight hours...
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2021-22 President’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award recipients announced
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2021-22 President’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award recipients announced

The President’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award selection committee has announced its 2021-22 award and honorable mention recipients. The annual awards...
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Explore Open Enrollment webinars, courses and virtual content to maximize your benefits
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Explore Open Enrollment webinars, courses and virtual content to maximize your benefits

During Open Enrollment, April 18 to May 6, it is more important than ever to make sure your benefits plan works the best for you. Choosing a benefits plan can...
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University to replace timekeeping platforms with PeopleSoft Time and Labor
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University to replace timekeeping platforms with PeopleSoft Time and Labor

The University of Colorado is beginning a project to replace its current, homegrown timekeeping system, My Leave, and all third-party timekeeping systems with...
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Faculty invited to apply for funding as Timmerhaus Ambassadors

Full-time faculty across CU are invited to submit proposals for projects to be supported by the Timmerhaus Fund, which awards grants of $5,000 to $50,000 for...

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