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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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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 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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‘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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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

What about faculty mental health?

On paper, May is Mental Health Month. In reality, every day since the coronavirus pandemic began has been mental health day, as people everywhere across the...
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Want to banish the COVID blues? Think ‘pawsitive’

Want to banish the COVID blues? Think ‘pawsitive’

Anxiety and cabin fever can stem from the stay-at-home orders impacting American lives for the past few weeks. But for nearly 85 million U.S. families, their...
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Publication note: CU Connections continuing weekly for summer 2020

CU Connections previously announced its usual biweekly summer publication schedule for 2020. However, because of ongoing developments related to the...
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CU On the Air Podcast, Mark Kennedy, CU Online learning

The importance of innovation for CU in the age of COVID-19 and beyond

CU on the Air again talks to CU President Kennedy about the University of Colorado’s response to COVID-19 and its transformation to greater technology and...
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Mandated unpaid leave aimed at mitigating budget damage of pandemic
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Furlough plans growing more detailed at system, campuses

In response to the budget threats brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, furloughs were announced Friday for system administration employees, adding to those...
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CU Boulder to welcome students back to campus for a COVID-19-ready fall semester

CU Boulder to welcome students back to campus for a COVID-19-ready fall semester

Road Map to Fall 2020 calls for classes beginning as scheduled on Aug. 24 and finishing remotely after Thanksgiving break. It prioritizes health and safety...
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Virtual Town Hall answers budget, fall semester questions from campus community

Virtual Town Hall answers budget, fall semester questions from campus community

Chancellor Venkat Reddy and campus leadership addressed faculty and staff at UCCS’ second virtual Town Hall on May 21.
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Coronavirus-era career advice from recession-era alumni

Coronavirus-era career advice from recession-era alumni

For years, you’ve pictured life after college: hanging your diploma on your wall, getting dressed for your first day on the job, starting your career—launching...
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Our covid-19 fighters

‘What we do’: When crisis emerges, CU Anschutz responds

The invisible threat of SARS-CoV-2 has upended life on the planet. Unprecedented in our lifetime, the pandemic is triggering waves of loss – of jobs, of...
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CU Anschutz, CU Boulder faculty among recipients of Boettcher COVID-19 grants
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CU Anschutz, CU Boulder faculty among recipients of Boettcher COVID-19 grants

Two University of Colorado faculty researchers are among the recipients of nearly $1 million in new Boettcher Foundation grants aimed at fighting COVID-19 and...
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Faculty Council Committee on Racial and Ethnic Equity offers COVID-19 message
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Faculty Council Committee on Racial and Ethnic Equity offers COVID-19 message

The CU Faculty Council’s Committee on Racial and Ethnic Equity (CREE) has teamed with colleagues from other committees to produce a video message in support of...
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Be Kind To Your Mind

Be kind to your mind: Mental Health Awareness Month and the psychological effects of COVID-19

Did you know May is Mental Health Awareness Month? This special feature is co-written by Frank Kim, PhD, director of the CU Denver Student and Community...
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Health and safety take top priority in return to campus planning

Health and safety take top priority in return to campus planning

While the post-pandemic new normal remains to be seen, the CU Anschutz Medical Campus is taking measured steps to ensure a slow and safe return to campus...
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Staff Council aims for continuity, communication

University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) on Friday passed two resolutions aimed at enhancing the governance group’s response to the demands of the COVID-19...
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College of Engineering partners with Colorado College to fabricate face shields for community

College of Engineering partners with Colorado College to fabricate face shields for community

It takes a village to create positive impact on a community. Fortunately for Tucker Walsh – machine and prototype shop manager for the Department of Mechanical...
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Okun and Feliciano study pandemic’s effect on students’ physical and psychological health

Okun and Feliciano study pandemic’s effect on students’ physical and psychological health

Professors of psychology Michele Okun and Leilani Feliciano are conducting an exploratory study on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health and...
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Make4COVID provides crucial PPE to health care workers

Make4COVID provides crucial PPE to health care workers

When CU closed its campuses because of the coronavirus crisis, instead of shutting its doors, members of Inworks opened up new opportunities to assist health...
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Video: CU Anschutz experts discuss life on the front lines of COVID-19

Video: CU Anschutz experts discuss life on the front lines of COVID-19

Chancellor Don Elliman welcomed 2,000 guests to a live panel discussion titled “Life on the Front Lines of COVID-19 with the University of Colorado Anschutz...

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