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Chancellor DiStefano tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms

Chancellor DiStefano tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms

CU Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano is in isolation at home after testing positive today for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. His daughter also...
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COVID-19 and public health: Modeling, silver linings and ‘Colorado’s Dr. Fauci’

COVID-19 and public health: Modeling, silver linings and ‘Colorado’s Dr. Fauci’

When the pandemic struck last winter, it upended our lives in ways few could have imagined. Many of us work from home now, our kids go to school online, we...
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CU Boulder establishes new office for COVID-19 operations, response, planning

CU Boulder establishes new office for COVID-19 operations, response, planning

Since March, CU Boulder has coordinated COVID-19 planning and response through its Emergency Operations Plan. As the campus prepares for the spring semester—...
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More than 1,100 to earn degrees during virtual ceremony Dec. 18

More than 1,100 to earn degrees during virtual ceremony Dec. 18

More than 1,100 students will celebrate the completion of their academic degree programs in the 2020 winter virtual commencement ceremony Dec. 18.
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Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Colorado business is showing more signs of a recovery from the COVID-19 economic slump, according to a new CU Boulder report Colorado Secretary of State Jena...
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Provost updates BFA on fall shift to remote instruction, other issues

Provost updates BFA on fall shift to remote instruction, other issues

Members of the Boulder Faculty Assembly received an update on Thursday from Provost Russell Moore, who explained in further detail why the campus is shifting...
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Fauci

Fauci shares pandemic insights with CU Boulder students

University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano posed questions from students to Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious diseases expert, this...
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Pandemics on the rise: Why?

Pandemics on the rise: Why?

Infectious diseases have been around for millennia—with the earliest known communicable diseases being measles, smallpox, and influenza.
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CU researcher tackles vaccine hesitancy in Colorado’s religious communities

CU researcher tackles vaccine hesitancy in Colorado’s religious communities

Vaccine hesitancy is something we hear a lot about these days related to a potential coronavirus vaccine. Yet vaccine hesitancy has been a public health issue...
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Domestic violence and COVID-19: When it’s dangerous to be stuck at home

Domestic violence and COVID-19: When it’s dangerous to be stuck at home

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, but the pandemic has overshadowed the national conversation about intimate partner violence. This is unfortunate...
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In grief, family has a message: Take COVID-19 seriously

In grief, family has a message: Take COVID-19 seriously

At the six-month anniversary of their son’s passing, CU Anschutz police officer and his wife warn: ‘Follow the precautions ... In death, Cody’s saving a lot of...
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In-person instruction: Adaptability is key

In-person instruction: Adaptability is key

Jessica McGaugh, an instructor in the College of Arts & Media (CAM), is one of several faculty members who are teaching in person on campus this semester...
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President Trump’s COVID-19 treatment takes the national spotlight

President Trump’s COVID-19 treatment takes the national spotlight

Four clinical trials of a drug cocktail that President Donald Trump has proclaimed his miracle “cure” are underway on the University of Colorado Anschutz...
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Some universities show early signs of slowing COVID-19 outbreaks through temporary shutdowns

Some universities show early signs of slowing COVID-19 outbreaks through temporary shutdowns

Last week, CU Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced that the university would temporarily halt in-person classes—moving to remote-only education until...
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CU plays lead role in National COVID Collaborative

CU plays lead role in National COVID Collaborative

As the pandemic wears on, doctors are learning more about how to better care for patients with COVID-19, but there is still so much to learn. Moreover, the...
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September Town Hall provides update on enrollment, budget and testing procedures

September Town Hall provides update on enrollment, budget and testing procedures

Chancellor Reddy and a panel of campus leaders provided updates on the state of enrollments, budgetary and personnel matters and forthcoming health and safety...
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Remote Control

Remote control: Professors who choose remote course format

While students were wondering how CU Denver would offer classes during the fall after COVID-19 upended everything, professors and administrators were hard at...
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Research Summit Joins Colorado Experts Battling COVID-19

Research Summit joins Colorado experts battling COVID-19

Choosing a theme for this year’s eighth annual CCTSI CU-CSU Summit took little effort for organizers of the event. With the world enveloped in a pandemic, the...
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How has science shaped COVID-19 policy? New global project seeks to find out

How has science shaped COVID-19 policy? New global project seeks to find out

With more than 24 million recorded COVID-19 cases, over 830,000 deaths, and the pandemic still raging in many regions of the world, scientists from an array of...
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Revamped health check allows expanded way to Protect the Pride

Revamped health check allows expanded way to Protect the Pride

A refreshed wellness check, required for anyone going to the UCCS campus each day, will allow an easier way to show a daily confirmation to faculty or...
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The pandemic paradox: Expect the unexpected

The pandemic paradox: Expect the unexpected

If it seems like every day of 2020 is delivering new information, it’s because it is—and the sudden shifts include what’s happening at colleges and...
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CU Denver Dashboard

CU Denver launches online dashboard to track COVID-19 on campus

As CU Denver kicks off a semester unlike any before, administrators are working diligently to keep the campus community safe, healthy, and informed about the...
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Free CU Anschutz COVID-19 antibody tests to fuel diabetes study

Free CU Anschutz COVID-19 antibody tests to fuel diabetes study

Using a high-quality antibody test produced within their own walls, researchers at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes (BDC) aim to answer questions about...
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CU System Town Hall, August 2020
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Work changes brought on by pandemic expected to continue

Clockwise from upper right, CU President Mark Kennedy and Vice Presidents Kathy Nesbitt, Todd Saliman and Leonard Dinegar during Monday's online town hall...
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August Town Hall focuses on safe return to campus

August Town Hall focuses on safe return to campus

Chancellor Reddy and a panel of campus leaders provided updates on the state of enrollments, health and safety measures UCCS has put into place on campus and...

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