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Tax forms are in the mail, on the portal
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Tax forms are in the mail, on the portal

It’s tax season again and that means tax forms – including the W-2, 1095-C and 1042-S – are being mailed or made available online in the CU Resources area of...
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Call for submissions: Chase Faculty Community Service Award, humanities grants
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Call for submissions: Chase Faculty Community Service Award, humanities grants

The CU Office of Academic Affairs solicits submissions for the Chase Faculty Community Service Award and President's Fund for The Humanities mini-grants...
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UCCS Chancellor Search

Chancellor search committee named

A 15-member committee was recently appointed by CU President Bruce Benson to assist in the search for the next UCCS chancellor.
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UCCS to name newest building in honor of El Pomar Foundation chairman

UCCS to name newest building in honor of El Pomar Foundation chairman

UCCS will name an under-development sports medicine and performance center in honor of a noted local philanthropic, amateur sports and diplomatic leader.
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CU Advocacy Day 2017
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CU community celebrates successes, eyes challenges at Capitol

Faculty, staff and students from across the University of Colorado came together with state leadership and members of the CU Advocates – the grassroots network...
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Resources available for employees using tuition benefit
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Standard registration for dependent tuition benefit now universal

The CU Denver | Anschutz campus recently revised its tuition benefit policy to allow employees’ dependents to enroll in courses during the standard...
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Faculty Council begins brainstorming for regents’ strategic vision
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Faculty Council begins brainstorming for regents’ strategic vision

Members of the CU Faculty Council last week were invited into an ongoing discussion about a new systemwide vision statement, which the Board of Regents hopes...
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Four chancellors make statements on White House immigration order
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Four chancellors make statements on White House immigration order

Leaders at the University of Colorado’s four campuses have issued statements in response to the recent executive order by President Donald Trump temporarily...
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Call for nominations: UCSC Service Excellence Award
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Call for nominations: UCSC Service Excellence Award

The University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) is soliciting nominations of classified and university staff employees for the annual Service Excellence Award...
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Pam Shockley-Zalabak

Chancellor applauds ‘remarkable’ work by faculty and staff

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak received a standing ovation at her Jan. 25 all-campus forum as she concluded the meeting by urging faculty and staff members to...
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‘Tangible’ showcases work by trio of fiber artists
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‘Tangible’ showcases work by trio of fiber artists

Work from “These Things Are Tangible,” from left: Jodi Stevens, TRANSFERENCE, 2013, Yarn; Claudia Mastrobuono, Weight, fiber and stone; Sonya Yong James. “...
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University of Colorado Board of Regents
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Regents begin work of articulating vision statement

The CU Board of Regents last week began the process of articulating a vision for the university with a robust discussion of what the institution is and should...
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Community leaders put heads together at CU South Denver
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Community leaders put heads together at CU South Denver

When the lights went on in the new interlocking CU signs on the outside of CU South Denver, officially branding the facility in one of the fastest-growing...
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Save the date: Put your financial future in focus with Flash Forward
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Save the date: Put your financial future in focus with Flash Forward

Just starting your career? On your way to retiring? No matter what stage of life you’re at, there are ways to get more out of your money than you may recognize...
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Gold medal gymnast Gabby Douglas to headline 2017 Significant Speaker panel

Gold-medal gymnast Gabby Douglas to headline 2017 Significant Speaker panel

Gabby Douglas, a member of the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics team and three-time Olympic Gold medalist, will headline an elite athlete panel at 7 p.m. April 25 at...
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New 40-foot bus to make campus debut

New 40-foot bus to make campus debut

Parking and Transportation Services will debut a new 40-foot bus next week. It will be hard to miss – the bus will be the biggest ever on campus.
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Intercampus tuition benefit pilot study in the works; Faculty Council meeting coverage
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Tuition benefit options to expand this fall

The usefulness of CU’s tuition waiver benefit is being expanded as part of a three-year pilot study launching in fall 2017. The pilot program recently was...
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President, chancellors sign letter supporting DACA students
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President, chancellors sign letter supporting DACA students

The University of Colorado’s president and four chancellors have joined hundreds of education leaders across the country in signing a letter of support for...
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Search committee will work to identify next UCCS chancellor
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Search committee will work to identify next UCCS chancellor

The work of finding a successor to University of Colorado Colorado Springs Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak, who is retiring from the university Feb. 15, has...
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New international employees must meet with tax specialist
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New international employees must meet with tax specialist

New international employees must meet with a CU international tax specialist before they fill out their W-4. Schedule an appointment here. Many international...
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Wind knocks tree onto Cragmor Hall

Wind knocks tree onto Cragmor Hall

Monday’s hurricane-force windstorm knocked a 60-foot ponderosa pine onto a bench and the entrance of Cragmor Hall and caused other minor damage on campus.
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UCCS earns gold-level Military Friendly Award

UCCS earns gold-level Military Friendly Award

UCCS is one of the top universities in the nation for supporting students associated with the military.
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New year, new Board of Regents
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New year, new Board of Regents

The CU Board of Regents on Friday officially welcomed its newest members, Heidi Ganahl and Jack Kroll, and returning Regent Sue Sharkey, all of whom took their...
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Lawmakers begin work for 2017
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Lawmakers begin work for 2017

Proposed changes to laws affecting higher education employment contracts and tuition classification for Olympic athletes are the first measures being supported...
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Capitol to host CU Advocacy Day Jan. 31
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Capitol to host CU Advocacy Day Jan. 31

The 2017 edition of CU Advocacy Day is set for Jan. 31 at the Capitol, with a schedule that includes appearances by Gov. John Hickenlooper and Lt. Gov. Donna...

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