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5 things faculty and staff should know about the Honor Code

Sept. 11, 2023

The purpose of the Honor Code is to create an environment in which students can succeed in a fair and honest way. But when students are overwhelmed or in a rush, they may unintentionally engage in academic dishonesty. Get tips to help prevent mistakes.

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Three Minute Thesis competition application now open

Sept. 11, 2023

Interested doctoral students must register by Sept. 25 to participate in the Three Minute Thesis event—an academic competition that challenges students to summarize their theses in three minutes for a general audience and panel of judges.

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Take key steps before student loan repayments resume

Sept. 11, 2023

Faculty, staff and their families are encouraged to try Savi. You have CU benefit access to this service, which helps borrowers apply for and maintain Public Service Loan Forgiveness. Take advantage of key savings and service credit.

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Tips to support students from underrepresented populations

Sept. 11, 2023

Faculty and staff can take steps to support students from underrepresented and underserved backgrounds and identities to help them feel welcome, connected and supported at CU Boulder. Get tips from the Center for Inclusion and Social Change.

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4 ways to avoid cheating, plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty

Sept. 11, 2023

Learning to manage your time and asking for help can play a big role in achieving academic success. Incorporate strategies to help you avoid potential Honor Code violations this semester.

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10 things to do this week: ‘Shake It Off’ with Swifties, hear from an Olympian, more

Sept. 11, 2023

This week brings avante-garde film work, sexual health information, Sandia Day, wellness routine tips, a block party at Martin Acres, a free yoga class, a free showing of “Submarine” and more.

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Calling for nominations: Chancellor’s Employee of the Year Awards

Sept. 8, 2023

Chancellor Philip DiStefano invites nominations for the 2023 Chancellor’s Employee of the Year Awards, which include a $2,000 prize and a commemorative gift. Nominations are due by Oct. 4.

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs D’Andra Mull

Buffs, take time to explore and develop connections

Sept. 8, 2023

Now that the fall semester is underway, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs D’Andra Mull shares thoughts on developing connections and navigating transitions, whether you are in your first year or final year at CU Boulder.

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Find support and connection at the Center for Inclusion and Social Change

Sept. 8, 2023

The Center for Inclusion and Social Change offers resources and support for students across multiple identities during their time at CU Boulder. Check out ways to find community and get involved.

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Make the most of office hours this semester

Sept. 8, 2023

Faculty office hours are a space for you to interact with your professor one-on-one, ask questions and get clarification. Taking advantage of office hours early in the semester can help you feel more confident as the term progresses. Here are a few ways to make the most of meeting with your professors.