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Retirement Ready
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Experts provide direction, how-to advice at Retirement Ready events

Three in 10 people in the workforce claim that preparing for retirement causes them to feel stressed mentally and emotionally, according to the 2017 Retirement...
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NIST adds nearly $2 billion in economic contributions to Maryland and Colorado

NIST adds nearly $2 billion in economic contributions to Maryland and Colorado

A new report from the Leeds School of Business at CU Boulder has found that the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a federal research...
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'Back to the Future’ to come to campus

‘Back to the Future’ to come to campus

UCCS faculty, staff and students will have the opportunity to help create a campus-based 21st century version of a scene from the movie “Back to the Future”...
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CORA
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Media requests mean potential exposure of salary details

Because of media inquiries that follow recent changes to Colorado open-records law, faculty and staff of the University of Colorado could potentially see...
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Ludwig continues to shepherd three-year online degree
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Ludwig continues to shepherd three-year online degree

As a term-limited member of the Board of Regents, Stephen Ludwig knows his window for achieving objectives is now measured in months, rather than years. He led...
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CU system a global leader in innovation
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CU system a global leader in innovation

Life-changing research and technology originating at the University of Colorado’s four campuses have landed the university system a high ranking – No. 29 in...
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Call for proposals: Faculty Council’s LGBTQ/EMAC Symposium
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Call for proposals: LGBTQ+, Ethnic and Minority Affairs Symposium

The CU Faculty Council’s Second Annual LGBTQ+ and Ethnic and Minority Affairs (EMAC) Symposium is slated for Nov. 3 at CU Denver, and is open to all CU faculty...
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Faculty profile: For Janel Owens, science is better when told through stories

Faculty profile: For Janel Owens, science is better when told through stories

As an undergrad, Janel Owens traveled through the Scottish Highlands, trying whiskey for the first time on top of a castle. She looked to her friend while the...
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Flu Shot
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Defend your health – and save sick days – at campus flu shot clinics

Now is the time to build a defense against the flu with an annual flu vaccine. Employee Services and Kaiser Permanente make it more convenient, bringing flu...
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Faculty in focus with latest Regents laws and policies review
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Faculty in focus with latest Regents laws and policies review

The ongoing review of Board of Regents laws and policies continues this fall with Article 5 and Policy 5, which are pertinent to all faculty. Article 5 and...
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Resources aid understanding of university code of conduct
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Resources aid understanding of university code of conduct

University leadership is reminding members of the CU community about available resources that aid with understanding the code of conduct. President Bruce...
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New federal guidance on Title IX won’t affect CU
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New federal guidance on Title IX won’t affect CU in the short term

The U.S. Department of Education’s Friday announcement, that it was rescinding the “Dear Colleague” letter and associated question-and-answer document, does...
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Call for nominations: 2018 Regents awards
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Call for nominations: 2018 Regents awards

The University of Colorado Board of Regents soliciting nominations for its 2018 slate of Honorary Degrees, University Medals and Distinguished Service Awards...
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Photo feature: Ent Center public art installation

Photo feature: Ent Center public art installation

Art installation is underway at the UCCS Ent Center for the Arts in preparation for the January 2018 opening.
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New international employees must meet with tax specialist
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New international employees must meet with tax specialist

All new CU international employees – including faculty members, researchers, staff and students – must meet with one of Employee Services’ international tax...
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Kraemer Family Library begins review to keep collection up to date

Kraemer Family Library begins review to keep collection up to date

The Kraemer Family Library is embarking on a years-long process to evaluate its print collection, looking for opportunities to remove obsolete materials while...
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CU’s economic impact: $12.35 billion annually
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CU’s economic impact: $12.35 billion annually

Providing an unequaled level of teaching, research, service and health care in the region, the University of Colorado also generates a remarkable economic...
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CU leaders urge action by Colorado lawmakers on DACA
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Regents voice support for DACA students, workers

Underscoring an earlier statement by University of Colorado leadership , the CU Board of Regents on Sept. 7 urged Congress to take action to allow DACA (...
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CU undergraduate programs make the grade nationally
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CU undergraduate programs make the grade nationally

The University of Colorado continues to be recognized for its high level of excellence in the new edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges...
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Fall enrollment ‘exceptional’ at four CU campuses
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Fall enrollment ‘exceptional’ at four CU campuses

A record 64,922 students are attending the University of Colorado’s four campuses in fall 2017, an increase of 1,720 students – or 2.7 percent – over fall 2016...
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CU Board of Regents
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Regents notes: Civic literacy; tenure approval

During the Sept. 7 Board of Regents meeting at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, the University Affairs Committee reported that it intends to engage faculty in a...
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Collaboration a constant for state’s premier research universities
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Collaboration a constant for state’s premier research universities

CU President Bruce Benson, CSU President Tony Frank and moderator Molly Hughes at the Aug. 30 Denver Post Education Forum in downtown Denver. The competition...
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CU Faculty Council
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Faculty Council debriefed on ‘challenging’ Tumpkin matter

Faculty Council used much of its first meeting of the new academic year to review administration’s handling of the Joe Tumpkin matter, with many acknowledging...
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CU Board of Regents
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Faculty Council expected to make statement on legal matter involving regent

Regent John Carson, involved in a federal lawsuit alleging discrimination by the mortgage company for whom he provides legal counsel, provided a statement to...

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