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3 travel tips before fall break

Nov. 10, 2021

With break coming up soon, many students may be traveling out of the Boulder area. Whether you’re using public transportation or flying, here are some tips to help your traveling go smoothly.

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Grad students: Apply for the Provost’s Fellowship in Information Science

Nov. 9, 2021

The University Libraries invite current graduate students from all CU Boulder colleges to apply for the 2022 Provost’s Fellowship in Information Science for the University Libraries.

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Networking tips for graduate students

Nov. 9, 2021

Building your professional network as a graduate student can offer many benefits. Here are three tips to help you grow your network this year.

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Tips to help you create a better sleep schedule

Nov. 9, 2021

Getting good sleep each night can make a difference in our mood, metabolism, memory, immune function and more. Whether you’re feeling fatigued, restless or both, here are some tips to help you create a better sleep schedule.

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Chicanx and Latinx Endowed Library Collections Fund launched

Nov. 9, 2021

University Libraries has launched a new fund to support a growing collection of materials focused on Chicanx and Latinx communities on campus and beyond. The endowment was made possible by a generous donation by EBSCO Information Services.

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Governor’s holiday announced: Impacts on CU Boulder holiday schedule

Nov. 9, 2021

In April, Chancellor DiStefano announced the implementation of winter break for the Boulder campus. Governor Jared Polis is providing 12 hours of additional leave that can replace administrative leave already granted by a department for use during winter break. Get details.

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Chancellor honors 4 employees with Employee of the Year Award recognition

Nov. 9, 2021

Laura Arroyo, Eldred Foster, Teresa Hernandez and Lynne Howard are being recognized for their exceptional service and contributions to the CU Boulder community.

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Mental health is gratitude

Nov. 9, 2021

Showing appreciation and gratitude for the things and people in our lives can help us adapt, cope and improve our well-being. Here are some benefits and tips to help you practice gratitude and lead a grateful life.

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Alumnus Tandean Rustandy makes surprise 7-figure gift announcement at ribbon-cutting

Nov. 8, 2021

Alumnus Tandean Rustandy has given more than $10 million to CU Boulder, including support for the new $45 million Rustandy Building. At a ribbon-cutting Sunday, Rustandy surprised attendees with news of another $1.25 million gift.

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Buffs in action this week: Basketball and cross-country

Nov. 8, 2021

CU men’s basketball season starts with two non-conference contests; 250 C-Unit flags will be given away, and two students will win a pair of Apple AirPods Pro. Plus, CU cross-country travels to compete in the NCAA championships, and CU football takes on the UCLA Bruins in Pasadena.

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