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Lack of diversity in medical studies can cost lives

Lack of diversity in medical studies can cost lives

Before the 1980s, doctors overlooked heart attacks in women, sending them home, often to die, instead of rendering life-saving treatment.
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CU Board of Regents
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Board of Regents has first presidential search meeting

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday took initial steps in the process to select a new president of the University of Colorado by electing co-chairs of the...
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Faculty Council meeting coverage
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Academic policy review continues

The review of Article 5 and Policy 5 , contained in the Board of Regents laws and policies, continues to move forward this fall, including debate of details...
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Coleman Institute Conference set for Oct. 3
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Coleman Institute Conference set for Oct. 3

The Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities’ 18th Annual Conference , Advancing Accessibility for All, is set for 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Omni...
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APS Updates
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Two academic policy revisions took effect Sept. 1

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced revisions to two administrative policy statements from the Academic/Research area: Revisions 1017-...
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Nominate a CU leader for the Excellence in Leadership Award
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Nominate a CU leader for the Excellence in Leadership Award

Do you know a leader who has participated in the Excellence in Leadership Program ? The Excellence in Leadership Program (ELP) is now accepting nominations for...
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Astronaut Scott Kelly to speak at CU Boulder on Oct. 3

Astronaut Scott Kelly to speak at CU Boulder on Oct. 3

Scott Kelly, former commander of the International Space Station and U.S. Navy captain, will speak at Macky Auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 3.
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UCCS Downtown opens Sept. 10

UCCS Downtown opens Sept. 10

UCCS Downtown will open Sept. 10 with an open house for the campus community from 4-6 p.m. at 102 S. Tejon St.
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HHMI fellows join researchers at Harvard and Columbia

HHMI fellows join researchers at Harvard and Columbia

Two CU Denver students are among the 58 top-performing students chosen nationally for the prestigious 2018 Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s (HHMI) Exceptional...
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New website offers resources in advance medical care planning
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New website offers resources in advance medical care planning

Colorado Care Planning – www.Coloradocareplanning.org – is a new comprehensive website aimed at helping Coloradans of all ages find information for future...
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Finance: Can you speak the language?
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Finance: Can you speak the language?

We’ve all heard it before – knowledge is power. Knowledge allows you to see situations from fresh perspectives, excel in your job and continue to grow in your...
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Tuition Assistance
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Employee Services now accepting Tuition Assistance Benefit forms for Fall 2018

With the University of Colorado’s fall semester underway, you or your dependent may be taking classes at a CU campus. CU helps you save on tuition rates with...
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CU scientists testing world’s fastest blade runner

CU scientists testing world’s fastest blade runner

One of the world’s fastest men visited CU Boulder this week, blazing around the corners of the track and clocking nearly 30 miles per hour on a treadmill in...
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College collaborates to present CU Bernstein at 100

College collaborates to present CU Bernstein at 100

As 20th century American composers go, only a handful of names rise to the level of a Mozart or Beethoven for those outside the classical music world. This...
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Reddy meets with alumni, advocates in Denver luncheon

Reddy meets with alumni, advocates in Denver luncheon

Chancellor Venkat Reddy shared the growth of UCCS, how the university is expanding its presence in Denver and answered questions with metro-area alumni and CU...
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Mountain Lion Fieldhouse ribbon-cutting set for Sept. 5

Mountain Lion Fieldhouse ribbon-cutting set for Sept. 5

A Sept. 5 ribbon-cutting ceremony will celebrate the completion of the first on-campus practice and competition facility for the UCCS track and field program...
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International commodities symposium focuses on real-world application

International commodities symposium focuses on real-world application

The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities (JPMCC) New Directions in Commodities Research international symposium brought together the business community and...
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LGBTQ faculty, staff, allies team for Something Queer 2018
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LGBTQ faculty, staff, allies team for Something Queer 2018

Attendees pose with a 30-by-50-foot rainbow flag at Something Queer 2018. Submitted by Edward Cannon, clinical associate professor, CU Denver School of...
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Sarcoma team delivers 'best-in-world' care

Sarcoma team delivers 'best-in-world' care

In an article he wrote after a second bout with a rare form of cancer, Denver City Councilman Albus Brooks observed, “The great paradox of my experience with...
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CU Anschutz expands health care education through MOOCs

CU Anschutz expands health care education through MOOCs

Already a respected leader in health care education throughout the region, CU Anschutz Medical Campus is expanding its reach to improve health care on a global...
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CU’s pre-collegiate program expands to rural communities

CU’s pre-collegiate program expands to rural communities

Celebrating its 35th anniversary, the University of Colorado Pre-Collegiate Development Program is reaching further and going farther into the rural areas of...
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Football game-day improvements coming, including expanded beer, wine sales

Football game-day improvements coming, including expanded beer, wine sales

Fans attending CU Boulder football games at Folsom Field this season will notice a number of game-day improvements, including alcohol sales in the general...
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Prof transforms political science class into a game

Prof transforms political science class into a game

CU Boulder political scientist employs teaching method that calls on students to play historical characters as part of an immersive ‘game’
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UCCS Mini-MBA impact surpasses expectations, ready for year two

UCCS Mini-MBA impact surpasses expectations, ready for year two

Busy professionals with a desire to further their business skills found success through the UCCS College of Business’ Mini-MBA program.
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Blockbuster of a convocation

Blockbuster of a convocation

Until Friday’s ceremony, freshmen Leo Ruffolo and Andy Womer weren’t exactly sure what “convocation” meant. They sure know now.

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