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Something for every Buff at the CU Rec Center

Oct. 27, 2016

Did you know that studies have found that college students involved in recreation programs have less stress, higher GPAs, and are more likely to maintain higher levels of fitness throughout their lives? The Rec offers plenty of opportunities to become an active Buff and get involved in our campus community.Read more »
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Advance your education through the Evening MBA Scholarship for Employees

Oct. 26, 2016

The Leeds School of Business is accepting applications for a scholarship program aimed at supporting CU Boulder employees, allowing them to earn an MBA from the Leeds Evening MBA program.Read more »
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CU carbon offset funds support project on Southern Ute reservation

Oct. 21, 2016

The Environmental Center is happy to work with climate-solutions expert Native Energy to help mitigate some of the university's ecological impacts.Read more »
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Looking good in green: Offices can purchase high-quality carbon offsets

Oct. 19, 2016

All campus offices can now purchase high-quality carbon offsets easily and at a great rate through the Environmental Center. In order to centralize efforts in mitigating climate footprints, any campus department can purchase carbon offsets for travel, conferences, day-to-day use, employee commuting or large purchases easily via an online purchasing form.Read more »
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Excellence in Procurement Award goes to CU for the second year

Oct. 14, 2016

The National Procurement Institute Inc. (NPI) has announced the University of Colorado as one of the recipients of their 2016 Achievement of Excellence in Procurement (AEP) awards.Read more »
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Brews, barbecue and Buffs on parade for Homecoming

Oct. 14, 2016

Alumni and the campus community are encouraged to celebrate their CU pride at Homecoming this weekend. In keeping with CU tradition, the annual parade and pep rally will begin at 7 p.m. Friday on Pearl Street. Come watch colorful student-built floats make their way down the street and then join in the festivities as the CU Spirit Team and Marching Band perform during the pep rally at the courthouse lawn.Read more »
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HR Corner: Recognizing people with disabilities is critical to achieve inclusive excellence

Oct. 13, 2016

Typically, when we think of building an inclusive and diverse community, it is racial/ethnic, gender and gender identity diversity that immediately comes to mind. Also, many times, members of a diverse population are thought of on a univariate dimension and not on a multiple layers. However, there is one underrepresented group of people whom contribute to diversity across all races, ethnicities, ages and genders; people with disabilities.Read more »
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Wish I had known: Tutoring on campus

Oct. 13, 2016

It isn’t unusual for some first-year students to struggle academically while getting used to university life. That’s where CU Boulder’s Academic Success and Achievement Program (ASAP) comes in. ASAP is an amazing and free on-campus tutoring program offered to any student living on campus.Read more »
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Your 2017-18 Financial Aid application may be easier

Oct. 12, 2016

A new timeline that eliminates the rush to file taxes: that’s the quickest way to explain the updates for financial aid for the 2017-18 academic year.Read more »
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Library survey helps improve services

Oct. 10, 2016

You Asked. We Listened. The University Libraries would like to thank the hundreds of students and faculty who filled out our recent user survey. We’d like to share what we learned. We made several changes in response the last survey, three years ago, and this year’s results showed big improvements. This year’s survey demonstrated some consistent themes about where we’re succeeding and where we need to improve.Read more »