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Legislation with CU impact emerges from historic session
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Legislation with CU impact emerges from historic session

A prolonged, unprecedented state legislative session came to a close on June 15. The Legislature was in recess March 16-May 26 due to COVID-19 and reconvened...
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CU bonds earn strong ratings from Moody’s
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CU bonds earn strong ratings from Moody’s

Moody’s Investors Service announced Monday it has assigned a rating of Aa1 to the University of Colorado’s proposed up to $156 million University Enterprise...
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LinkedIn Learning
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Understanding your privacy, personal data on LinkedIn Learning

Last September, CU upgraded to LinkedIn Learning and expanded access to all employees and students. This online learning platform allows users to take...
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DACA

University of Colorado statement on U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Deferred Action on Childhood Arrival (DACA) students

We at the University of Colorado are pleased that our DACA students will be able to continue their educational journeys with us. They are valued members of our...
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Who shares the most fake news? New study sheds light

Who shares the most fake news? New study sheds light

Facebook is a more fertile breeding ground for fake news than Twitter, and those on the far ends of the liberal-conservative spectrum are most likely to share...
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On Juneteenth, faculty, students, and staff share their recommendations to learn more about racism

On Juneteenth, faculty, students, and staff share their recommendations to learn more about racism

The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion is in the process of developing an anti-racism resource page on its website. In the meantime, students, faculty...
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We Can’t Breathe: Social Justice Teach-In

CU Denver’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion held a virtual Social Justice Teach-In on June 12. The event begins a year-long series of teach-ins that invite...
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CU researchers develop key findings as COVID-19 clinical trials progress

CU researchers develop key findings as COVID-19 clinical trials progress

Campus plays ‘central role’ in developing antiviral medications and working to attenuate the inflammatory response.
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CU President Mark Kennedy
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President Kennedy on racial injustice, Supreme Court’s discrimination ruling

CU President Mark Kennedy CU President Mark Kennedy says recent social justice protests and the events that inspired them can inform and guide the university...
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CU Board of Regents
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Regents to vote today on 2020-21 budget

The CU Board of Regents will meet today to vote on the university’s FY 2020-21 budget, which is expected to reflect steep cuts brought on by the coronavirus...
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Collier
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COLTT goes virtual for 2020

CU’s annual Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference is going virtual for 2020. Committed to delivering a conference that honors the...
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ALTEC

Get your feet wet or refresh your language skills with ALTEC this summer

Join the Anderson Language and Technology Center (ALTEC) this summer to learn a language and broaden your horizon from the comfort of your home! Languages...
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A Peaceful Protest

Photo feature: Peaceful protest, June 13, 2020

UCCS students held a peaceful protest on June 13, 2020. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members gathered at the University Village Center to...
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Dawson

CU Denver Business School names Scott Dawson as its new dean

The University of Colorado Denver today announced the appointment of Scott Dawson, PhD, as the Dean of the CU Denver Business School. Dawson was selected after...
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CU Anschutz researchers roll out antibody test

CU Anschutz researchers roll out antibody test

A one-of-a-kind antibody test targeting the novel coronavirus has joined the arsenal of tools needed in understanding and eradicating COVID-19. The test,...
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University of Colorado a global leader in patents for inventions, innovations
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University of Colorado a global leader in patents for inventions, innovations

The University of Colorado jumped from No. 53 to No. 20 in a recent global ranking of the top 100 universities granted U.S. utility patents for an array of...
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CCI
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President Kennedy appoints working group to study CU relationship with Colorado Correctional Industries

CU President Mark Kennedy has appointed a working group to examine the university’s relationship with Colorado Correctional Industries (CCI) after students and...
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Faculty council
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Letter to CU community from Faculty Council Committee for Racial and Ethnic Equity

Dear CU System and University Leadership and Campus Communities, We, the Faculty Council Committee for Racial and Ethnic Equity ( CREE ), are outraged and...
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Be an ally

How to be an ally to the Black community and communities of color

Acts of systemic racism continue to deeply affect our communities, and many of us may be wondering how we can help. Here are some tips for how you can be an...
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‘Return to UCCS’ plan outlines in-person, on-campus classes for fall 2020

‘Return to UCCS’ plan outlines in-person, on-campus classes for fall 2020

A set of guidelines developed by teams of faculty, staff and students will allow UCCS to bring students, faculty and staff back to the campus for the fall 2020...
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Chancellor Don Elliman: Our commitment to action

Chancellor Don Elliman: Our commitment to action

We are confronted today with a world, our world, that is scarred. The horrific killings of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd shocked us to our...
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Social Justice Teach-In

Register for Friday’s Social Justice Teach-in: Anti-Black Violence

Over the next year, The Office of Diversity and Inclusion will hold monthly social justice teach-ins. Teach-ins have a long history in our country that goes...
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Theodosia Cook
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Reflections on race and the times

Theodosia Cook I joined CU about a month ago and at the time my family was still mourning the death of Breonna Taylor, a frontline, essential worker and first...
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Faculty town hall addresses a COVID-19-ready future

Faculty town hall addresses a COVID-19-ready future

On Thursday, May 21, Chancellor Philip DiStefano hosted a faculty town hall with fellow panelists Provost Russ Moore, Interim Executive Vice Chancellor and...
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Farney, Glazier to serve as interim deans of library, search committee formed

Farney, Glazier to serve as interim deans of library, search committee formed

Tabby Farney and Rhonda Glazier will serve together as interim deans of the Kraemer Family Library and Glazier will join 10 others on the search committee to...

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