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New online network connects and supports Colorado’s rural entrepreneurs

New online network connects and supports Colorado’s rural entrepreneurs

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Elizabeth Philbrick and her husband Jared Scott weren’t sure about the future of their new business in Dolores...
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CU system DEI roundtables to highlight work of local nonprofits
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CU system DEI roundtables to highlight work of local nonprofits

(Click for larger view) The University of Colorado system Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) has announced its first quarterly Nonprofit...
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CU on the Weekend virtual lectures begin Feb. 6

CU on the Weekend virtual lectures begin Feb. 6

Mark your calendars now for free lectures about coyotes and wolves in Colorado, citizenship in an enforcement era and the radical right, offered as part of the...
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Grow with ALTEC: Enter to win a free language class
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Grow with ALTEC: Enter to win a free language class

Add a splash of color to the palette that makes up who you are with the Anderson Language and Technology Center. This spring, the program continues growing to...
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CU sponsoring Go Red for Women, an American Heart Association benefit
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CU sponsoring Go Red for Women, an American Heart Association benefit

The University of Colorado is sponsoring 2020 Denver Go Red for Women , a virtual event benefiting the American Heart Association. The digital experience, set...
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Redesigned website showcases community outreach programs

Redesigned website showcases community outreach programs

The Office for Outreach and Engagement has recently redesigned the CU Boulder Community Outreach and Engagement Programs website, which showcases nearly 200...
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Art and social justice focus of community series

Art and social justice focus of community series

Social justice and the arts take center stage this fall as part of a free virtual public series featuring CU Boulder and community artists and educators.
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Making science ‘cool and fun’

Making science ‘cool and fun’

Francesca Manzella, MA, recalls the profound letdown. A high school guidance counselor said her dream of becoming a scientist was beyond her reach. “She...
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CU Boulder summer camps move online

CU Boulder summer camps move online

Two months ago, CU Boulder faculty and staff members were putting the finishing touches on summer camps that serve K-12 students around Colorado and beyond.
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Educational resources for community available online

Educational resources for community available online

Community members can access university library resources, watch research lectures, follow an Arctic expedition, discover Latino history and more, thanks to...
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Thinking STEM career: Boys and Girls Club engages in education research

Thinking STEM career: Boys and Girls Club engages in education research

It’s not uncommon to hear elementary schoolers from Jack A. Vickers Boys and Girls Club in Denver’s Northeast Park Hill neighborhood dropping complex terms...
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In the hands of these actors, theater builds bridges

In the hands of these actors, theater builds bridges

The conversation about learning and disabilities began amicably enough. However, it soon became clear that the two strangers held radically different views...
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CU Boulder research to focus on often-overlooked rural America

CU Boulder research to focus on often-overlooked rural America

With more Americans living in big cities, we’ve learned a great deal about the country’s urban places, thanks to a wealth of publicly available data. Much less...
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CU names new engagement and outreach leader
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CU names new engagement and outreach leader

CU is ramping up its efforts to develop deeper connections with communities around Colorado and beyond with a program to foster sustained relationships that...
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Outreach Awards fund 34 outreach projects

Outreach Awards fund 34 outreach projects

The CU Boulder Outreach Committee is pleased to announce that 34 faculty-led projects have been selected to receive CU Boulder Outreach Awards for 2019–20.
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Melinda Piket-May, Ph.D.
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Piket-May named CU’s Timmerhaus Teaching Ambassador

Casey Cass/University of Colorado Melinda Piket-May A University of Colorado Boulder engineering professor has been named CU’s latest Timmerhaus Teaching...
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Hitting the streets in hepatitis A battle

Hitting the streets in hepatitis A battle

With an armed police officer and grocery cart stuffed with backpacks and suitcases behind him, Scott Harpin snapped on his latex gloves and fished out his...
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DAWN Clinic expands its impact and partnerships

DAWN Clinic expands its impact and partnerships

The DAWN Clinic is a shining example of the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and Aurora communities working together for the health and wellness of all. Now in its...
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Timothy Seastedt
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Engaging the community in land conservation and preservation, CU Boulder professor honored with Chase Faculty Community Service Award

A University of Colorado Boulder professor’s passion for smart land management and community engagement have earned him recognition as the 2019 Chase Faculty...
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Creating brain awareness in eastern Colorado

Creating brain awareness in eastern Colorado

Students from eastern Colorado will have a chance to learn more about the brain and how it functions, thanks to a University of Colorado Boulder neuroscience...
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A century of innovative outreach and engagement

A century of innovative outreach and engagement

Connecting the university’s resources to public needs across Colorado has been part of Continuing Education’s mission since it began as University Extension...
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CU for Colorado showcases outreach programs via new interactive map
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CU for Colorado showcases outreach programs via new interactive map

CU for Colorado – the website showcasing the University of Colorado’s outreach, patient care and impact – has relaunched with a new interactive map that...
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Students, staff and alumni part of successful U.S. Senior Open operation

Students, staff and alumni part of successful U.S. Senior Open operation

When Colorado Springs hosted 156 of the world’s top seniors golfers and 134,000 fans June 28 through July 1, UCCS staff, students and alumni were among the...
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UCCS housing Red Cross volunteers for wildfire relief

UCCS housing Red Cross volunteers for wildfire relief

UCCS will house 26 volunteers from the American Red Cross July 11 through July 15 as the organization supports individuals displaced by multiple wildfires in...

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