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 Wednesday, Sept. 9 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Lawrence Levine named chief information officer
Lawrence M. Levine will assume the role of CU-Boulder’s chief information officer for ITS effective Nov. 1. Levine currently serves as associate dean for information technology and chief information officer for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass.

Nominate a student for the CU Proud Award
Looking to recognize a great student? The Office of Parent Relations is accepting nominations for the CU Proud Award. The award honors students who by virtue of their actions make us proud and set a standard for other students to emulate. The award, created by the CU Parents Association, is given on an ongoing basis as nominations are received and approved. Nominating a student is easy; instructions and the nomination form are located on the Office of Parent Relations website.

Biotechnology faculty tackle human health challenges

New biotech building will bridge disciplines, unlock new opportunities

Faculty in Residence program debuts with Scot Douglass in Andrews Hall

Wieman Op-Ed: Galvanizing Science Departments

DiStefano lauds Rippon’s example at faculty-staff breakfast

People Behind the Scenes

From the Chancellor

Today is a red-letter day for CU-Boulder

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CU to Celebrate Groundbreaking of World-Class Biotechnology Facility

Long-Term Cooling Trend in Arctic Abruptly Reverses, Signaling Potential for Sea Rise

CU to Host Information Events for Students During Involvement Week Sept. 8-11

Vodcast: Face of CU-Boulder Residence Halls Changing to Include Faculty and More Returning Students

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