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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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Welcome back town hall highlights commitment to campus community, plans moving forward

Welcome back town hall highlights commitment to campus community, plans moving forward

Nearly 450 students, faculty, and staff attended a Aug. 13 virtual welcome back town hall to hear from campus leaders about what lies ahead for the fall 2020...
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CU Anschutz Experts Share Ups and Downs of Controlling a Pandemic

Podcast: CU Anschutz Experts Share Ups and Downs of Controlling a Pandemic

Other than halting it in its tracks, if experts on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus could wave a wand and change something about their battle...
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CU Boulder launches Protect Our Herd public health awareness campaign

CU Boulder launches Protect Our Herd public health awareness campaign

With students, faculty and staff preparing to return to campus this fall and some already on campus, CU Boulder is launching a public health awareness and...
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What will class look like this fall?

What will class look like this fall?

For students and faculty, all classes will be considerably different this fall semester. First-time and returning students will encounter new class formats...
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Liquid chalk proven in CU labs to kill coronavirus, potentially helping gyms to safely reopen

Liquid chalk proven in CU labs to kill coronavirus, potentially helping gyms to safely reopen

The COVID-19 pandemic had Ross Kedl literally climbing the walls. In his home, the immunology professor has a rock wall in the basement that beckons whenever...
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Virtual panel highlights how CU Cancer Center is redefining cancer care in Colorado and beyond

Virtual panel highlights how CU Cancer Center is redefining cancer care in Colorado and beyond

On July 23rd, Richard Schulick, MD, MBA, director of the University of Colorado (CU) Cancer Center, Cathy Bradley, PhD, deputy director of the CU Cancer Center...
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Virtual Town Hall

Virtual Town Hall maps out fall return to campus

Chancellor Venkat Reddy and campus leaders addressed campus in the fourth virtual Town Hall of the summer on July 22.
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From Selfies to Being Seen: Doctor Honors Women of Color on Front Lines

From selfies to being seen: Doctor honors women of color on front lines

Dr. Sarah Rowan, associate professor of infectious disease, celebrates unsung heroes of pandemic with portrait project
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Return to Campus
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Staff Council discusses fall return to campus with President Kennedy

With fall’s return to campus approaching, CU President Mark Kennedy joined the July 16 meeting of the University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) to provide an...
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New COVID-19 test returns results in 45 minutes, without painful nasal swab

New COVID-19 test returns results in 45 minutes, without painful nasal swab

CU Boulder researchers have developed a rapid, portable, saliva-based COVID-19 test able to return results in 45 minutes. Such a test might eventually be...
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Program Connects Students With COVID-19’s Most Vulnerable

Program connects students with COVID-19’s most vulnerable

For Kristina Slunecka, it was the woman locked down in her assisted-living facility room, unable to leave the confines of her four walls even to go outside...
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Plans for fall return to campus show commitment to health, safety
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Plans for fall return to campus show commitment to health, safety

Just as the University of Colorado’s four campuses vary in significant ways, so do their plans for launching fall returns by faculty, staff and students. What...
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Webinar addresses questions, concerns about staff units returning to campus

Webinar addresses questions, concerns about staff units returning to campus

Roughly 150 CU Denver staff members attended a July 8 webinar on safe return to campus plans to learn more about if and how staff units will return to campus...
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School of Medicine, UCHealth recruiting patients for COVID-19 vaccine trial

School of Medicine, UCHealth recruiting patients for COVID-19 vaccine trial

Researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and UCHealth on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus will recruit qualified patients throughout Colorado...
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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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