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Air pollution exposure during pregnancy may boost babies’ obesity risk

New research shows pregnant women exposed to higher levels of air pollution have babies who grow unusually fast in the first months after birth, putting on excess fat that puts them at risk of obesity and related diseases later in life. Read more
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Get a head start on building your fall courses

The Office of Information Technology is running Canvas trainings all summer, including sessions on designing more engaging Canvas pages, adding interactive video content and streamlining how you add content to your Canvas course with MultiTool. Read more
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Strategic transformation team to lead next phase of Financial Futures

The next phase of the campus’s Financial Futures initiative, led by a cross-functional CU Boulder team, is set to occur through June 2023 with a focus on building the university’s financial resilience. Read more
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CU Boulder looks to fill top human resources position

CU Boulder is looking for a senior associate vice chancellor/chief human resources officer who is passionate about higher education and dedicated to helping ensure achievements among the university's learning and research missions. Read more
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Presentation June 29 to address supporting college students with autism spectrum disorder

This introductory presentation for faculty and staff will provide an overview of autism spectrum disorder, its impact on the college experience and best practices for supporting neurodivergent students at CU. Read more
Richard Biggs, 20, an evolutionary biology major at CU Boulder, gets his first dose of the Moderna vaccine from Dr. Laird Wolfe. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

CU Boulder joins COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge

CU Boulder is among the first to sign up for the new COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge designed to spark higher vaccination rates among young adults by enlisting campuses as public health partners. Read more

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