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Social Climate Survey set to begin in April

In a letter expected to be delivered today to the university community, Board of Regents Chairman Michael Carrigan and President Bruce Benson are asking for...
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Student dance raises more than $7,000 for nonprofit children’s cancer organization

CU Denver students recently ‘put on their dancin’ shoes’ and kept time to the music as part of an effort to raise money for Brent’s Place . The mission at...
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Former College of Arts and Media student shares Oscar for ‘Frozen’

Jeff Gipson One year ago, Jeff Gipson watched the Academy Awards 2013 and thought to himself, “Wouldn’t it be great to work on a film that actually won one of...
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Service blueprinting helps smooth way for students

CU Denver Career Center staff members meet around a table in the newly renovated center in the Tivoli Student Union. From left, Marco Lopez, front desk staff;...
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Brown bag session looks at interactions with international students

International Student and Scholar Services will host a brown bag on international students next week. "Nodding Yes, Nodding No" will be about understanding...
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CU-LEAD Alliance Fourth Annual Student Symposium is March 10

Some 20 students representing all disciplines across the CU-Boulder campus will compete for prizes in the CU-LEAD Alliance Fourth Annual Student Symposium on...
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Middle school students get hands-on medical training

A group of middle school students recently got a hands-on opportunity to use real equipment to perform dental procedures and see how some of the latest medical...
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Strong retention rates lead to record spring enrollment

Student enrollment for the spring 2014 semester increased by more than 7 percent from a year ago, thanks in part to improved student retention. Homer Wesley...
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Student wins prestigious Gates scholarship for study at Cambridge University

CU-Boulder's Stephen Kissler is working with Associate Professor Vanja Dukic on groundbreaking research to model the spread of meningitis in Nigeria.
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Ambitious Art in Spain stirs powerful emotions

Students in Frances Charteris’ seminar examining the art of Spain have been known to shed tears when they stand next to a famous painting or sculpture they...
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‘Alliance’ the theme of upcoming Undergraduate Diversity Conference

What does it mean to talk about “diversity” in a city like Boulder? What kinds of alliances promote equity and inclusion for all members of the community?
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CU-built software uses big data to battle forgetting

Computer software similar to that used by online retailers to recommend products to a shopper can help students remember the content they’ve studied, according...
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DiStefano attends White House meeting on expanding college opportunity; CU-Boulder announces expansion of CU Promise program

University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano on Jan. 16 joined leaders from...
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Program for Writing and Rhetoric’s Fifth Annual Undergraduate Diversity Conference, ALLIANCE, is next month

What does it mean to be an effective ally? Who are your allies & mentors? What historical or contemporary alliances have opened/are opening doors to...
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Faculty, staff invited to explore recreation center expansion

The newly remodeled weightlifting room in the Recreation Center at the University of Colorado Boulder. (Photo: Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado) The...
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CU-Boulder students to demonstrate engineering projects Saturday at Design Expo

More than 350 engineering students at the University of Colorado Boulder will demonstrate their innovations and inventions to the community at the annual fall...
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Business School Career Fair draws huge crowd

A huge crowd turns out for the Career Fair held by the CU Denver Business School. (Photos: Tyghe Boone-Worthman, marketing coordinator) Bryant Burciaga,...
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U.S. policy should encourage highly skilled, foreign Ph.D. students to stay, CU-led study finds

Encouraging more talented foreign students to study at U.S. universities and encouraging them to launch entrepreneurial ventures here could help “revitalize...
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CU-Boulder biology students ready to wow at world competition

When this year’s iGEM team at the University of Colorado Boulder began meeting, they wanted to take what they knew about biology and use it to build something...
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CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund now over $141,000

More than 1,000 donors so far have contributed over $141,000 in the last nine days to the CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund, responding to to the needs of CU-...
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Faculty Awards at CU-Boulder Fall Convocation

On Oct. 4, CU-Boulder will host its eighth annual Fall Convocation: A Celebration of Faculty and Student Achievement. It will be held in conjunction with this...
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Robust early response to CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund

Since President Bruce Benson and Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced the establishment of the CU-Boulder Disaster Recovery Fund late Monday, more than 800...
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Ability to delay gratification may be linked to social trust, new study finds

A person’s ability to delay gratification — forgoing a smaller reward now for a larger reward in the future — may depend on how trustworthy the person...
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Ethiopian biology student makes star turn in TV ad

Robera Oljira gets instruction on a film shoot of the CU Denver television ad in which he is the lead actor. Robera Oljira crammed for his biology final on a...
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New freshmen drive rising enrollment at CU campuses

A significant rise in the number of new freshmen this fall is driving enrollment growth at University of Colorado campuses, which now count nearly 58,000...

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