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Ent Center for the Arts at UCCS awarded $200,000 grant from Colorado Arts Relief

The Ent Center for the Arts at UCCS has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Colorado Arts Relief Fund to help the center continue to support the arts in the...
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CU Denver startup an awardee of NFL helmet challenge to improve design, reduce concussions

Chris Yakacki, professor of mechanical engineering at CU Denver, is known for more than just teaching courses on additive manufacturing in the College of...
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University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus named ‘Rare Disease Center of Excellence’

The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus – home to Children’s Hospital Colorado, UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital and the CU School of...
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Delivery of essential tax forms to CU employees underway
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Delivery of essential tax forms to CU employees underway

Essential tax forms for 2021 are on their way to University of Colorado employees. As of Jan. 31, all 2021 W-2s have been sent to the mailing address...
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University Risk Management’s Peet to retire after 30 years with CU
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University Risk Management’s Peet to retire after 30 years with CU

Carolyn Peet Longtime University of Colorado staff member Carolyn Peet, director of University Risk Management (URM), will retire after a 30-year career with...
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As tensions in Ukraine increase, researcher worries for its people

John O’Loughlin, a professor of geography at CU Boulder who studies Ukrainian geopolitics, sees an international conflict quickly spiraling out of control. “It...
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January Town Hall updates: Increased COVID-19 precautions, salary raises and more

In the first Town Hall of the spring semester, Chancellor Venkat Reddy and a panel of campus leaders shared updates on increased COVID-19 precautions on campus...
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Sustainable campus: CU Denver adds composting bins to buildings

CU Denver is taking additional steps to reduce its carbon footprint and become a more eco-friendly campus—thanks to its students. When Lynx return in-person to...
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Campus roars back onto airwaves and digital spaces with ‘Possibilities Endless’

On Feb. 4, CU Anschutz launches the next phase of a bold advertising campaign titled Possibilities Endless . Featuring a blend of traditional broadcast and...
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The right chemistry: CU Denver legend Bob Damrauer retires after 54 years of service

The right chemistry: CU Denver legend Bob Damrauer retires after 54 years of service

In the Office of Research Services , the hallway leading to Robert “Bob” Damrauer’s former office is lined with three framed images. There’s one of the sinking...
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Campaign touts CU Health Plan’s digital convenience
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Campaign touts CU Health Plan’s digital convenience

In collaboration with CU Health Plan administrators – Anthem, Kaiser and Delta Dental of Colorado – the CU Health Plan team has launched the Your Health, Your...
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What the Marshall Fire can teach us about future climate catastrophes

What the Marshall Fire can teach us about future climate catastrophes

Nearly one month after the Marshall Fire became the most destructive and one of the most unique wildfires in Colorado history, CU Boulder researchers from...
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Largest-ever Giving Tuesday directs funds to student scholarships, support services

UCCS’ 2021 Giving Tuesday tally far outstripped 2020’s record of giving, with donors raising $141,000 for UCCS student scholarships and support services.
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Will regulatory change speed discovery of medical CBD benefits?

Artin (Art) Shoukas, PhD, a Johns Hopkins University professor emeritus, would have never dreamed he’d be using marijuana every night in his retirement years...
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CU making progress toward goals in systemwide strategic plan

CU has reached or is reaching most goals outlined in the systemwide strategic plan , the Board of Regents heard during a mid-year progress report from...
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Apply now for Open Educational Resources Champion Award

The Office of Academic Affairs and the Open CU Steering Team are accepting nominations for the annual Open Educational Resources (OER) Champion Award. The...
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After the fire: A look at the Marshall Fire’s community impact

After the fire: A look at the Marshall Fire’s community impact

As the devastating Marshall Fire burned on Dec. 30, 2021, hundreds of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff were among those who fled parts of unincorporated...
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Research and creative work highlights from last year set the stage for a groundbreaking 2022

Resilience, collaboration and impact come to mind when reflecting on University of Colorado Boulder research, scholarship and creative works in 2020–21.
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Season 2 of ‘The Free Mind’ podcast has launched

New episodes in season 2 air the second Tuesday of each month through May 10, 2022.
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UCCS selected to join U.S. Cyber Command Academic Engagement Network

As a member of the network, UCCS will join other universities in supporting CYBERCOM efforts in areas such as future workforce development, applied cyber...
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U.S. Department of Labor recognizes new Registered Apprenticeship Program track, part of UCCS C-CAP partnership with BSI Group

The UCCS C-CAP Cybersecurity Penetration and Vulnerability Tester program, designed to prepare cybersecurity apprentices for roles in one of the fastest...
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CU Denver launches FindHelpNow

Students, faculty, and staff at CU Denver who are facing any type of crisis can now go to one place: help.UCDenver.edu. The anonymous FindHelpNow website is an...
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Health hat trick? Hockey fan’s eye for skin cancer may have saved a life

Hockey games announce goals with a hard-to-miss flashing red light. At a recent NHL game, a fan used the color for a more important purpose. She tapped on the...
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Webinar to delve into student choice, belonging in online learning

The COLTT (Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology) conference is offering a webinar on Student Choice and Belonging in Online Learning, set for noon-1...
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Coloradans still deeply divided over COVID policies, election legitimacy, survey shows

Coloradans still deeply divided over COVID policies, election legitimacy, survey shows

A new survey of the state of politics in Colorado during 2021 has revealed deep divisions between Democrats and Republicans around a wide range of issues—from...

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