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President's and chancellors’ statement on ICE ruling

President's and chancellors’ statement on ICE ruling

The University of Colorado’s four campuses are planning for fall reopening with a hybrid of in-person classes augmented by some remote learning, and we look...
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Town hall details partnership, strategies for Road Map to Fall 2020

Town hall details partnership, strategies for Road Map to Fall 2020

On July 1, residents of Boulder and Broomfield counties, community leaders and government officials were invited to join a virtual town hall to learn more...
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New UCCS students to receive Chromebooks in fall 2020

New UCCS students to receive Chromebooks in fall 2020

All new incoming full-time undergraduate students, including first-time freshmen and transfer students enrolled in at least 12 hours, will be eligible to claim...
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NFL awards $491,999 to CU Denver, Impressio Inc. for helmet safety

NFL awards $491,999 to CU Denver, Impressio Inc. for helmet safety

Grantees plan to 3D-print player-specific helmet liners to reduce concussions.
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white coats for black lives

White Coats for Black Lives a movement, not a moment

Since George Floyd’s killing at the hands of police on May 25, and the senseless deaths of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor and others, the country has been...
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Policy
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Consolidation of conduct policies now in effect

A comprehensive review of university conduct policies has resulted in some revisions, reorganization and consolidation of the regent conduct policies. The...
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Short Term Disability
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Short-term disability benefits for Classified Staff have changed

Short-term disability benefits for University of Colorado Classified Staff have changed, as of July 1, with updates to how paid leave factors into the benefit...
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Regents races come into focus following Tuesday’s primary
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Regents races come into focus following Tuesday’s primary

Tuesday’s statewide primary election narrowed the field of candidates competing for seats on the CU Board of Regents, which will welcome three new members to...
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Parking fees can now be deducted pretax from your paycheck
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Parking fees can now be deducted pretax from your paycheck

Parking fees can now be deducted pretax as of July 1. This year, new legislation was passed allowing employers to offer pretax parking for commuters. Now, the...
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‘The Marriage of Figaro’ reborn

‘The Marriage of Figaro’ reborn

It was Wednesday, March 11, 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic was just starting to cause greater concern locally and nationally. Eklund Opera Program directors...
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UCCS, PPCC finalize pair of cybersecurity articulation agreements for transfer students

UCCS, PPCC finalize pair of cybersecurity articulation agreements for transfer students

Pikes Peak Community College and UCCS have developed two articulation agreements that will allow PPCC cybersecurity students to seamlessly transfer to UCCS to...
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CU Denver launches redesigned university and student services websites

CU Denver launches redesigned university and student services websites

This July, website visitors—including current and prospective students and their families, faculty, staff—will have an improved experience when they visit the...
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Providers, patients find ‘silver lining’ in rapid COVID-era telehealth transition

Providers, patients find ‘silver lining’ in rapid COVID-era telehealth transition

A mighty push from a novel virus created the momentum that telemedicine promoters have long wished for, forcing doctors’ visits from the office to the computer...
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Regents approve $4.54 billion system budget

The CU Board of Regents last week unanimously voted to approve a $4.54 billion budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year, am amount 5.3% less than the previous annual...
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Tenure list
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Tenure list: June 2020

The Board of Regents on June 18 approved 83 appointments or awards of tenure. The breakdown by campus: CU Boulder , 44 awards of tenure. Click here for the...
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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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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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