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Consortium takes lead on studying climate change effects on health

CCTSI launches careers of young researchers

The Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI) TL1 program is making CU Anschutz a top-choice for students like Michelle Nelsen, who is...
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Energetic student crowd embraces VP Biden, ‘It’s On Us’ campaign to end sexual violence

Energetic student crowd embraces VP Biden, ‘It’s On Us’ campaign to end sexual violence

An engaged crowd of 1,500 - mostly students – were in attendance at the CU Recreation Center Friday afternoon to listen to Vice President Joe Biden talk about...
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Modest tuition increases include new four-year guarantee at CU-Boulder

The Board of Regents on Wednesday approved tuition rates for the 2016-17 academic year, including a new commitment to guarantee rates for resident...
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Vice President Biden to speak at CU-Boulder during 'It's On Us Week of Action'

Vice President Biden to speak at CU-Boulder during ‘It’s On Us Week of Action’

Vice President Joe Biden will visit the University of Colorado Boulder on Friday, April 8, to deliver a speech on the “importance of preventing sexual assault...
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Jefferson Award winners contribute to campuses, communities
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Jefferson Award winners contribute on campus, in communities

Three members of the University of Colorado community have been named recipients of the 2016 Thomas Jefferson Award, among the highest honors given at CU, the...
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Getting a lesson in crisis response

Getting a lesson in crisis response

A dangerous virus wasn’t the only thing quickly spreading when an outbreak of avian flu swamped the hospitals and clinics of Mountain City and High Plains City.
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Dalai Lama reschedules visit to CU-Boulder for June 23

Dalai Lama reschedules visit to CU-Boulder for June 23

His Holiness the Dalai Lama will visit the University of Colorado Boulder June 23 after health issues derailed a previous visit scheduled last October, CU-...
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Sexual misconduct survey, Title IX
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Sexual misconduct survey results shocking, but not unusual

Reports of sexual misconduct at CU-Boulder increased nearly 100 percent in 2013-14 and 2014-15, which means efforts to fuel awareness, encourage reporting and...
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'Milo Leo' graduates: How he brought a mascot to life

'Milo Leo' graduates: How he brought a mascot to life

What you don’t see underneath Milo’s big furry head and tufted ears is the huge smile of the man inside. And that’s a shame, because Lorenzo “Leo” Harmon has a...
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UCCS student-athletes end year strong in classroom and competition

UCCS student-athletes maintained a fall 2015 term grade point average of 3.12, extending the streak of semesters with a 3.0 or better grade point average to 23...
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Colorado launch firm picks CU-Boulder for first free ride to space
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Colorado launch firm picks CU-Boulder for first free ride to space

Typically weighing in at 3 pounds and no bigger than a box of facial tissue, a CubeSat is small yet more than capable of carrying scientific payloads into...
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Track record of excellence reflected in U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 Best Colleges rankings
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CU campuses retain lofty spots on annual lists

The campuses of the University of Colorado and their undergraduate programs continue their long-standing records of excellence as tracked by the U.S. News...
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Dalai Lama
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Dalai Lama a hot ticket at CU-Boulder

Tickets already are going fast for events featuring the Dalai Lama at the University of Colorado Boulder. Tickets have sold out for public events, hosted by...
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Sexual misconduct policy update reflects changing legal landscape
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Sexual misconduct policy update reflects changing legal landscape

The first update to the University of Colorado’s sexual misconduct policy since 2012 reflects new federal, legislative and regulatory requirements and guidance...
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Diversity numbers highlight successes, challenges
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Diversity numbers highlight successes, challenges

The University of Colorado’s Boulder, Colorado Springs and Denver campuses have posted impressive gains the past few years in the number of ethnic minority...
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Wellness center fundraising making progress
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Wellness center fundraising making progress

As funding sources continue to be explored to reduce the financial burden on students, the CU Board of Regents unanimously approved the program plan for the CU...
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Six community members honored by Board of Regents
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Regents roundup

A CU-Boulder proposal to change Women and Gender Studies from a program to a department was approved by the CU Board of Regents at its Tuesday meeting by a...
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Students make their mark on real-world innovation in annual engineering competition

Engineering a Transition: Seniors make their mark on real-world innovation in annual Engineering Senior Design Competition

Any nervousness Skyler Saleh had about presenting Team Stratus's project to a group of judges is long gone. He smiles and launches into the ambitious scope of...
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More than 1,000 graduates receive degrees on damp spring day at CU Anschutz
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'Our Dreams Don't End': More than 1,000 graduates receive their degrees on a damp spring day at CU Anschutz

Mother Nature kept the spigot running this soggy May, but the gray sky and drizzle didn't keep commencement ceremonies from proceeding mostly according to plan...
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A Place for You at CU: ‘Keep the goal in mind’

A Place for You at CU

CU-Boulder student Veronica Williams admits that – being first-generation – the process of entering college was intimidating. But programs at CU helped her...
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Launching a career in space

Launching a career in space

When their professor proposed a senior capstone project that combined space, satellite ground station communication exploration and the opportunity to be part...
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This year’s graduates of the Educational Opportunities Programs at CU Denver.

Cultural Awareness Certificate amplifies CU Denver’s rich diversity

Their campus is a microcosm of the world, so a group of senior-seminar students decided to do something to celebrate and amplify CU Denver's rich diversity.
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Student-staffed DAWN clinic serves population in need

Student-staffed DAWN clinic serves population in need

It was 9:30 p.m., an hour after the DAWN Clinic had already closed, when David Choi and his fellow volunteers saw her: an elderly woman in a nightgown and...
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CU Denver Provost Roderick Nairn
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CU Denver students earn regents’ quick approval of wellness center

In an emotional, unexpected vote — followed by cheers and a standing ovation from meeting attendees – the CU Board of Regents on Friday approved a CU Denver...
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Faculty, students revved up about Large Hadron Collider restart - See more at: http://www.colorado.edu/news/releases/2015/04/06/faculty-students-revved-about-large-hadron-collider-restart#sthash.SrtOReuM.dpuf

Faculty, students revved up about Large Hadron Collider restart

University of Colorado Boulder faculty and students are primed to get back in action following the Easter restart of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world...

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