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Changes to CU’s online education strategy will better serve students

The University of Colorado is making changes to its online education strategy to better meet the needs of students and adjust to lessons learned during the...
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CU Health Plan provides options for out-of-state faculty, staff and dependents
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CU Health Plan rates to increase modestly, with university contributions remaining high

The University of Colorado is increasing its investment in quality health care across the system, and faculty and staff will see only modest increases on most...
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What makes CU Anschutz ‘amazing’? CU President Saliman wants Colorado to know
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University of Colorado Regents name Todd Saliman as finalist for president

President Todd Saliman The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Tuesday voted to advance Todd Saliman as finalist for president of the university system...
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Campuses begin sharing Campus and Workplace Culture Survey results with Board of Regents
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Campuses begin sharing Campus and Workplace Culture Survey results with Board of Regents

The Board of Regents on Thursday heard campus-level highlights of initial findings from analysis of the Campus and Workplace Culture (CWC) Survey , in which...
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Regents pass resolutions honoring outstanding CU leaders
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Regents approve tuition, compensation recommendations for 2022-23

The CU Board of Regents on Thursday voted to approve recommendations on tuition, compensation and fees for the 2022-23 fiscal year. The plan invests in CU...
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‘Patient influencers’ are booming on social media. Is that good or bad?

“OMG. Have you guys heard about this?” So began a 2015 post by then-pregnant celebrity influencer Kim Kardashian, singing the praises of a “#morningsickness”...
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Register now for the Reacting to the Past Conference in June

The Reacting to the Past Conference, hosted by the University of Colorado’s Center for Teaching and Learning and the Arts & Sciences Support of Education...
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Wellness breaks increase productivity, reduce stress

It won’t surprise anyone to hear that, according to the most recent data, we’re stressed. Chrissie Bailey, Office Manager over at the Gallogly Recreation and...
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CU Denver names internationally acclaimed SmithGroup as design firm for new engineering, design and computing building

As plans for the university’s new engineering, design and computing building progress, Chancellor Michelle Marks used one word to describe the project:...
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Can COVID-causing coronavirus outwit human innate immune response?

As Americans cross their fingers, hoping the pandemic stays behind them, scientists across the country remain focused on the novel coronavirus, intent on...
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COLTT Conference announces inaugural Faculty Program Chair Janice Thorpe
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COLTT Conference announces inaugural Faculty Program Chair Janice Thorpe

Thorpe Janice Thorpe, Ph.D., will serve as the first Faculty Program Chair of the Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference, now...
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Multipronged approach prevents data breach

Multipronged approach prevents data breach

On Dec. 11, 2021, just as students were preparing for final exams, the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency...
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Why permanent daylight saving time is a bad idea

Why permanent daylight saving time is a bad idea

When Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Edward Markey of Massachusetts introduced the bipartisan Sunshine Protection Act earlier this month, they rattled off...
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UCCS retains Military Friendly Gold ranking

Continued commitment to the success of military-affiliated students has led to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs’ seventh-consecutive Gold...
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CU Denver partners with Northeastern Junior College to offer early childhood, elementary, special education teaching degrees

The far-reaching impact of the work of CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) is demonstrated by the many projects that serve as...
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Promising Alzheimer’s drug may also improve memory in Down syndrome and normal aging

A new study shows that a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease may also improve cognitive function in people with Down syndrome. The drug sargramostim (...

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