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Human Resources launches new employee orientation experience

Aug. 25, 2016

The New Employee Welcome Experience is the first event in a comprehensive, year-long onboarding experience designed to increase the understanding of CU Boulder’s culture, organizational structure and governance, operations, learning mission, values and campus initiatives. The program is offered to new, permanent employees. This program is recommended for employees in their first 30-45 days of employment.

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New partnership with Lockheed Martin forges research, career opportunities for students

Aug. 25, 2016

A new $3 million sponsorship by Lockheed Martin announced Thursday will establish academic programs focused on radio frequency (RF) systems. RF fields address commercial, civil and military needs for communications, radar and photonics. For students, the partnership means even more opportunities to get real-world experience in tracking, navigation and spacecraft control as well as next-generation global navigation technologies.

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Bystander intervention training offers skills to help a friend in need

Aug. 25, 2016

Arriving on campus and adjusting to a new social environment is an exciting time for undergraduate and graduate students, but it’s also when students are most likely to run into trouble. The fall semester is when incoming students experience the most thefts, stitches, tickets and sexual assaults—which is why people need skills to interrupt these situations before they become a problem.

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Take the Uni Hill perception survey

Aug. 25, 2016

Since the Hill Reinvestment Strategy began in 2014, each year the city has issued a survey to measure public perception of the Hill. The goal is to see if this collaborative effort is succeeding at moving the needle on improving quality of life on the Hill for its residents, businesses...

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Queer Parenting Group

Aug. 25, 2016

Join the Human Resources Faculty & Staff Assistance Program as we challenge the sense of isolation that many LGBTQ+ parents face by providing information about parenting, offering support in this journey, and sharing experiences.

Dean David Ikenberry stands in front of the Leeds School of Business

From the Leeds Dean: Creating an environment where we all can thrive

Aug. 25, 2016

With the new academic year underway and recognizing that what we do at Leeds and how we manage our academic programs and our culture also affects the university as a whole, I write to give you an update and address some of the issues you may have been hearing and reading about. As the Dean of Leeds, I am committed to working with our faculty, staff and students to create and support an environment in which all can thrive.

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Please be alert to construction zones

Aug. 24, 2016

Please be advised to stay out of any area marked as a construction zone. Active construction zones will be indicated by the use of "caution" tape, plastic barriers, fences or plywood barriers. Only authorized individuals may enter construction zones.

Laura Border

Graduate Teacher Program's Border to retire after 31 years of service

Aug. 24, 2016

Celebrate the career of an academic who not only ushered in a new era of graduate and professional student development on our campus, but across the nation and abroad. Join us Aug. 31, 3 to 5 p.m. in the tent on the South Terrace at the University Memorial Center.

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Bankston retirement celebration Aug. 26

Aug. 24, 2016

Join Human Resources in celebrating Omaira (Oma) Bankston's 28 years of service to the university and upcoming retirement during a retirement celebration on Friday, Aug. 26, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in UMC Aspen Room 285.

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Promoting women in tech, now from the White House

Aug. 19, 2016

From Boulder to Washington D.C., Ruthe Farmer is making it possible for women of all ages to get involved with technology — one student at a time.