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Columbia University provost to speak at annual Diversity Summit

Claude Steele Claude Steele, provost of Columbia University and author of "Whistling Vivaldi and Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us," is the featured...
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Use of technology for education leads to globe-spanning press conference

After a semester-long experiment, UCCS and computer giant Cisco shared a new way of delivering education before a worldwide audience Jan. 19. During the fall...
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Diversity and Excellence grant winners named

CU's Diversity and Excellence grants, awarded by the Office of the President and designed to help faculty and/or staff projects promoting diversity and...
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CU Women Succeeding Symposium promises learning, networking

The CU Faculty Council Women's Committee has announced its eighth annual CU Women Succeeding Symposium, two days of learning, networking and celebrating on the...
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Volunteers wrap up seasonal service project

Holiday Service Project volunteers wrapped up their efforts to support needy University of Colorado Colorado Springs families by assembling gift baskets. The...
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CU branding initiative under way

The University of Colorado's long-awaited branding project began its rollout today with a systemwide letter from President Bruce D. Benson promising the effort...
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Campus police hosting joint crisis negotiation, tactical training exercise

Law enforcement officials from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Police Department, the Colorado Springs Police Department, and the Federal Bureau...
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Feb. 15 is deadline for Boettcher biomedical research grant requests

University of Colorado biomedical researchers within four years of their first academic appointment can compete for their first independent grants of between $...
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Warm to online teaching with Winter Web Camp

Teaching online may not seem like a lot of fun. But the faculty support staffers at CU Online have a fun time getting instructors ready for teaching using...
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Weekend warriors have new avenue: classes

Registration is under way for a new concept at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs: weekend-only classes. Carley Ries, director of Campus Wide...
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Proposals sought for Spring Conference on Teaching

The President's Teaching Scholars has set March 4 for the Spring Conference on Teaching. Proposals are being sought from University of Colorado faculty for...
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Emergency weather alerts available by text message

Despite one of the warmest Colorado falls on record, Department of Public Safety is working to prepare faculty and staff to be informed in the event of campus...
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Five questions for Sherry Morreale

As the way we communicate evolves continuously, scholars such as Sherwyn "Sherry" Morreale are at the forefront of change. As the director of graduate studies...
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Video technology extending reach of UCCS in Southern Colorado

Photo by Jay Dedrick Cisco's Ron Inouye leads a demonstration via high-definition video for members of the University of Colorado President's Office recently...
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Solemn send-off

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Boettcher biomedical research grant applications available

University of Colorado biomedical researchers within four years of their first academic appointment can compete for their first independent grants of between $...
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Staffers among graduates at commencement

Debbie Lapioli Debbie Lapioli was pragmatic when asked how she would use time off near the Thanksgiving holiday. "I've got a paper due – that's what I'll be...
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Beth-El opens nutrition clinic to guide campus health

Nanna Meyer The 50-year-old man who visited the newest outreach efforts of the Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences had a specific goal in mind when...
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CU Guaranteed aims to boost four-year degrees

With what leaders say is the first transfer program of its kind in the country, the University of Colorado will guarantee admission for eligible community...
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Veterans Day to feature open house

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will celebrate Veterans Day with a series of events. Beginning at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 11, in front of Main...
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CU Women Succeeding symposium calls for proposals

The Faculty Council Women's Committee has announced a call for proposals for the annual faculty development symposium, CU Women Succeeding. The event, titled...
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No consensus on whether regents need athletics committee

Members of the Board of Regents on Monday, Nov. 1, discussed whether to establish a new athletics subcommittee, an entity that's been absent from the board...
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A campaign for giving back

University of Colorado employees can help Colorado's less fortunate by donating to the 2010 Colorado Combined Campaign. Since 1988, the Colorado Combined...
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Southern Colorado colleges team to boost higher-ed enrollment

Fueled by a $750,000 Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education grant from the U.S. Department of Education, a group of southern Colorado colleges and...
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Colorado Springs next stop on president's town hall tour

CU President Bruce D. Benson continues a series of town hall meetings, which began last week in Boulder , with a Friday, Oct. 29, visit to the University of...

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